Accounts and Trustees Annual Report 2020-21December 8, 2021
Nominated for Queen’s AwardNovember 12, 2021
Book to celebrate Festival’s 100th AnniversaryNovember 5, 2021
Super Volunteer’s well deserved awardJune 11, 2021
News & Events.
2021 Virtual Festival
During the 2021 COVID lockdown year our Festival became a virtual one - one of the most successful events of its kind in the UK.
Competititors recorded their entries on video and these were compiled into classes and sessions; adjudicators added their remarks. All performances and adjudications were then streamed in a series of virtual livestream sessions - 32 in all. Full details are available in the event programme - available here.
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Welcome toPerform in Perth
Perform in Perth is an annual festival of music, speech and dance. Each year around 2,800 performers take part in the two week festival which runs in March.
There are events for groups of almost any size and description, in addition to an extensive programme for solo performance.
Performers have the opportunity to develop their skills through receiving advice and encouragement from a team of experienced professional adjudicators.
The working title, Perform in Perth, was introduced in autumn 2003 along with a new logo, which can be seen on our Home Page. This captures the all-encompassing nature of performance opportunities for our competitors in the areas of music, dance and speech.
Neil Copland, President
to our sponsors.
The William Syson Foundation
Perth Common Good Fund
The Forteviot Charitable Trust
The Thompson Charitable Trust
The Jimmie Cairncross Charitable Trust
The Rotary Club of Perth
The Guildry Incorporation of Perth
We also gratefully acknowledge the assistance in kind given to us by:
The Royal George Hotel
and all our patrons.
- to advance, promote and encourage generally by means of competition Festivals, the study and practice of the Arts of Music, Dancing, Elocution, Literature and Acting.
- to promote and conduct concerts, lectures and such other educational enterprises as may tend to the attainment of any of the objects of the Association.