About

Who Are We

The Central Coast Eisteddfod event is organised and run by voluntary members who meet on a monthly basis to discuss and make decisions regarding the eisteddfod. The members nominate and elect an executive Committee on an annual basis. Currently the 2022 Central Coast Eisteddfod executive committee comprises of the following:

  • President: Chris McClellan
  • Vice President: Joyce Abbott
  • Treasurer: Ian Abbott
  • Secretary: Adrienne Townsend

About the Eisteddfod

The Eisteddfod offers amateur students and performers as solo artists, ensembles or groups, the opportunity to gain experience by performing their particular art form in front of an audience.

Performers can enter the section that fits their particular style and instrument. These styles cover classical, jazz, popular etc. for piano, strings, brass, woodwinds, song, speech and drama, dance, school and community choirs and bands, etc.

Performers can begin as young as they are able, with sections beginning with 6 years and under, through to 18 years and on to the Open Sections for adults. In recent years sections have been added for children with special needs, for example in popular vocal and speech and drama.