Important Links
to other Eisteddfods and ART Organisations

 Also see LINKS to our affiliated member's Web pages on the "Affiliate with PVE" page

Looking for  prescribed music for the South African Schools Choral Eisteddfod?

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the School Enrichment Program.


RAD South Africa

 National Eisteddfod Academy

The Vision of the National Eisteddfod Academy is to encourage our youth to participate and celebrate in the magical experience of the performing arts.


Stellenbosch Kunstefees:

Wes-Boland Eisteddfod

Vir meer as 15 jaar bevorder Wes-Boland Eisteddfod kultuur aan die Weskus om alle talente die geleentheid te gee om hul vernuf te vertoon. Skole en privaat organisasies kan by die liggaam affilieer. Ons is 'n nie-winsgewende organisasie.


The Vision of the National Eisteddfod Academy is to encourage our youth to participate and celebrate in the magical experience of the performing arts.


Nelspruit Standard Bank Eisteddfod


Pretoria Eisteddfod

Hier word ‘n geleentheid gebied, ‘n Godgegewe kans, om te kan meeding, standaarde op breë vlak te vergelyk en veral ondervinding op te doen wat van onskatbare waarde is. Dit is ‘n rypwordingsproses wat elke potensiële kunstenaar moet ervaar. Aan ALMAL word die geleentheid gegee om deel te neem aan ‘n groot verskeidenheid kunsvorme – nie net om te wen nie – maar om jouself voor te berei vir jou EIE toekoms.”

Australian National Eisteddfod

Bishops Eisteddfod

The National Eisteddfod of Wales is one of the great festivals of the world, attracting over 160,000 visitors every year. An eclectic mixture of culture, music, visual arts and all kinds of activities for people of all ages, there’s something for everyone on the Maes during the first week of August every year.

Performing Arts Network South Africa
PANSA is a national network of individuals, NGOs, service providers and mainstream institutions that are engaged in the practice or support of the performing arts (performing arts in all forms - dance, music, theatre, opera, musical theatre).

Your online home for great dance information and more!

Centralian Eisteddfod
The Centralian Eisteddfod Council encourages talent within our community. The eisteddfod is a platform for growing confidence and we provide informed, constructive feedback. Our Eisteddfod is designed to encourage participation, to inspire and to recognise excellence and to present new challenges each year. Council believes that this will promote the creative and performing arts, nurturing awareness and appreciation



The NATIONAL DRUID Eisteddfod of Wales

Eisteddfod is an annual assembly of Welsh poets and musicians. The National Eisteddfod of Wales was established in 1860 and is held annually in the first week of August at sites alternating between North and South Wales. The origin of the Eisteddfod can be traced to as early as 1176 and the idea of Bardic competitions probably dates much earlier. The word loosely translates "to be seated", referring perhaps to both the performers and the audience.

A major goal of the Bardic grade in OBOD is the development of creative talents. Whether creating poems, paintings, music, singing songs or planting a garden, most of us believe the creative process underlies spiritual development. Our Eisteddfod, on these pages, displays the creative efforts of members of OBOD.


The West Coast Music Academy (Carinas Musici) has offered professional music tuition in Classical, as well as Contemporary music in the West Coast for the past 16 years. We have qualified teachers and is underwritten by the Education Department for Professional music tuition.

Classes are presented in Hopefield, Langebaan, Curro Private School and Vredenburg, 5 days a week.


TUKS Camerata

The TUKS CAMERATA was officially established on 19 March 1968. Its mission is to make a contribution towards the cultural development of the student corps and the cultural enrichment of the community by means of choral singing. The Choir also endeavors to promote a worthy image of the University of Pretoria through striving towards the highest possible artistic standards, together with a code of conduct that meets the highest requirements of companionship. The Choir operates under the auspices of the Department of UP Arts of the University of Pretoria. The conductors, Adolf Theron, Willem van Tonder, Prof Petru Gräbe, Prof Johann van der Sandt, and from January 2009, Christo Burger, have always upheld high artistic values. The Choir consists of 70 members. For more information on Tuks Camerata, please visit the History page.


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