The Dance Section is now complete for this year.

Congratulations to everyone who took part for giving such accomplished performances. 

A big thankyou to everyone who helped the section to run so smoothly. 

The Trophy winners can be found in the link at the left hand side.  

++++++++ Stop Press + Piano classes +++++++

Class 131 has been broadened out to be Any Piece composed after 1800 (not just Sonatas)

The time limit for some classes has been extended to 10 minutes. They are

Class 128 Prelude and Fugue
Class 129 Mozart and Haydn
Class 131 Any piece post 1800 
Class 130 Beethoven Sonata now has no time limit so that any movement of any Beethoven sonata can be played. 


Entries for the 2020 Music and Speech & Drama Sections are open

The sections will take place through June 2020.

The link on the left will get you the syllabus. 

Paper entries can be sent to secretaries from now. Online entries are open.

The closing date for all entries is 31 March.  



Sadly our Piano Secretary, Marina Kusnetsova is now standing down after 5 years in the role.

She has spent a lot of time and effort in building the section into an amazing 4 days of great music making so a big thankyou to her. 


We are now looking for a new Piano Secretary so if you feel you could help in any way please contact our chair, Laurie Grove at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We are also still looking for a new Treasurer, so if you or anyone you know would like to help support this annual event, please contact our chair, Laurie Grove at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For other information about the festival including this year's photos please see our facebook page here - 

Leamington-Spa-Competitive-Festival Facebook page

If you have any suggestions on how we can improve the festival please message us from the facebook page. 

Many thanks - and see you next year !!!!




The Leamington Spa Competitive Festival is a competitive Festival. The aims of the Festival are to help to promote and encourage the study and practice of the Arts of Music, Dance, and Speech and Drama in all their branches.

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