The show will go on – Courier report from Wednesday 6th January 2021

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The show will go on for a Tayside-wide performing festival as it marks its centenary year, despite the challenges of Covid-19. The Perform in Perth programme will go ahead – under adjudication from 8th-20th and then streamed online – from March 15th-27th. The event celebrates a wide range of artistic forms, with competitive classes in dance, speech and music, ranging … Read More

Virtual Festival update – January 2021

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After much discussion, the following points have been agreed regarding the running of a virtual festival in 2021. No marks will be awarded but a winner will be announced for each class.  Adjudicators will categorise all performers, so that appropriate certificates can be awarded.  (Honours, First Class, Merit and Performance)In the instance of classes where the winner might qualify for the Larg … Read More

Advice to entrants – Speech Classes


Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Tish is a Licentiate of The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has a wide range of experience in teaching all age groups in schools, colleges and the business world. Tish now lives in Suffolk, and works freelance. She is visiting lecturer in Vocal Communications in colleges in the UK and in Italy. She also … Read More

Advice to entrants – percussion


Tim Ridley

This is a video from Tim Ridley, our percussion adjudicator. It has some good general suggestions on recording as well as encouragement for the percussion folk.

Advice to entrants


Donal McCrisken MBE

Re-assurance and advice from Donal McCrisken MBE to entrants in our virtual music festival.

2019 Festival


If you have won a Perform in Perth trophy, please e-mail us a jpeg format photo for inclusion in the website. Finalists for the Premier Trophy: Reuben McFarlane (trombone) Morrison’s Academy; Jessica McFarlane (trumpet) Morrison’s Academy; Alexander Wallace (piano) Glenalmond College; Daisy Richardson (viola) Strathallan School; Conrad Ihering (violin) Glenalmond College and Ellie Ridley (descant & treble recorder) Glenalmond College. … Read More