NOTICES FOR 2022
The Cornwall Music Festival gives award certificates for most classes. There are however some cup and trophies awarded each year. If you are a trophy winner at the 2022 Festival, please arrange to have the trophy engraved (at your own expense) and returned not later than Friday 14th January 2023
Entries for the 2022 Festival should preferably be made online via our website www.cornwallmusicfestival.co.uk. If this is not possible, please make entries by post on the given form and post to: David Bennett, 11 Daniell Road, Truro, TR1 2BZ to arrive by the closing date: Friday 21st January 2022 for POSTAL entries and Monday 24th January 2022 for ONLINE entries.
Entries can only be processed upon payment of the relevant fees. For details see the entry forms in the centre of the Syllabus. Should you require programme(s) by post in advance of the Festival, please include the appropriate amount together with entry fees, as indicated on the entry forms.
Copies of own or original compositions, whether music or verse (Classes 315, 316 or 317, or speech 435 and 436) must be submitted to the General Secretary, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 8th February 2022.
3 Entry fees
Adult singers entering five classes or more (excluding Vocal Recital Classes) will pay a flat rate entry fee of £25. Entry fees are not refundable.
Offer their services, but will not accompany competitors unless previous arrangements have been made with them. If competitors require them to accompany for own-choice items, the music must be sent directly to the agreed accompanist and private arrangements should be made regarding practice and payment.
5 Rehearsal rooms
No rehearsal or changing rooms will be available. For the sake of equitability in competitive classes, teachers may not use any part of the premises for coaching or rehearsal.
6 Personal possessions
Neither the Festival nor the Church Council takes any responsibility for loss or damage to personal possessions.
7 Gala Concert
Performers selected to take part in the final Gala Concert at 7 pm on Saturday evening 19th March 2022 will be expected to attend. They may perform only the items used during the Festival week, unless the piece exceeds 5 minutes in which case they will need to select a shorter alternative agreed with the concert organiser.
8 Complimentary tickets
Schools bringing large numbers of children (choirs/choral verse/bands/orchestras) may qualify for complimentary tickets for adults who help to supervise the children. In addition to conductors and accompanists, for whom there is no charge, one complimentary ticket per ten pupils will be issued for adult supervisors. (e.g. 30 pupils = 3 complimentary tickets). All other spectators will be expected to purchase a ticket.
9 Data protection
The Data Protection Act which became law on 25 May 2018 provides greater security for individuals in terms of personal data. Data held is solely for the purpose of running the Festival and personal data will not be disclosed to third parties without express consent.
The Festival’s use of the premises of Truro Methodist Church does not extend to the car park. No parking will normally be available on the Church premises. Long-stay car parking is available in public car parks near Truro Bowl; at the viaduct at the top of Pydar Street; or on the corner of Old Bridge Street / St Austell Street. There are now two Park & Ride sites: at Langarth to the west and on the A390 to the east of the city, but the service stops at 7 pm.