As a result of the Coronavirus, we have unfortunately needed to make the decision to cancel the 2020 Norah Sande Awards.
Arrangements are now being made for the 2021 competition which will take place on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th July 2021.
We wish all our supporters the best during these difficult times and look forward to seeing you again in July 2021.
The 2020 Norah Sande Award is open to PIANISTS who are aged 18 to 25 (inclusive) on 1st July 2020 who were born, or who are resident, training or working in Kent, Sussex, Surrey or the London postal area.
The Norah Sande Award
, now in its fifteenth year, has been enabled by a substantial bequest from the late Norah Sande, in memory of her Grandmother, Alice Mary Caffin. Its object (and the wish of the legatee) is to encourage and support young musicians at the commencement of their careers.
First prize £2000 and recital opportunity
Second prize £1000
Third prize £500
PIANIST GEORGE TODICA ADDS EASTBOURNE’S NORAH SANDE AWARD 2019 TO HIS LIST OF INTERNATIONAL
Norah Sande Award winner 2019, George Todica receives a cheque for £2,000 and an opportunity to perform in a recital from the Chairman of Adjudicators, David Patrick
JOIN THE AUDIENCE FOR THE FINAL ROUND
BY AN EXCITING NEW GENERATION OF INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ADULT PIANISTS TRAVELLING TO EASTBOURNE TO COMPETE IN THIS PRESTIGIOUS TWO DAY EVENT
Birley Centre, Eastbourne College, College Road, Eastbourne BN21 4EF
SATURDAY 4th JULY 2020 - From 9.30am
FREE ENTRY throughout the day
SUNDAY 5th JULY 2020 - 2.30 pm
Final Round - 3 Recitals
Tickets: £10.00 on the door (Under 18s Free)
Three finalists perform a full recital programme incorporating classical, romantic and contemporary pieces
c. 5.30pm Announcement of winner and runners-up
Tickets will be available from the Festival Office, 70 Kings Avenue,Eastbourne BN21 2PD or call 01323 729013
Cheques should be made payable to "Sande Award". Please note tickets will be sent out nearer the date.
Tickets for Sunday's final can also be booked at the Award's front of
house desk on Saturday 4th July with any remaining seats sold at the door.
Children studying a musical instrument
can have free entry to hear these inspirational musicians in the Final.
Patron Freddy Kempf wishes all entrants well for the 2020 Competition.
Photo: Monique Deul