September Crown Youth Arts, Science, Bardic Challenge

Come to September Crown and present a piece to some great judges! For any young person, from age 5 to 18. It’s not a competition; it’s a chance to practice performing/presenting in front of a panel of judges, and to receive feedback. There will be differing research requirements for each critiquing level, and you can do as much as you want.

Your level is not determined by age. Instead, we have three levels of critique, based on how much feedback you want:

  1. I’m just starting out, I don’t really want to be asked questions besides the very basic ones, I just want to get a feel for this kind of performance.
  2. Some feedback would be nice, but don’t go all out.
  3. I want lots and lots of feedback, ask me difficult questions, all that. Treat me like an adult.

Level 1- Guiding Questions- Bardic

  1. Who wrote the piece?
  2. What time period was this piece written and performed in?
  3. Where was it performed?

Level 2- Guiding Questions- Bardic

  1. Who wrote the piece?
  2. What is your piece?
  3. Where was it performed?
  4. Why did you choose this piece?
  5. When was it written and performed?
  6. How would it have been performed?

Level 3- Guiding Questions- Bardic

  1. Who wrote the piece? Where was he from, what did he do? Write a short biography.
  2. What is your piece? Describe the type. Are there any distinguishing characteristics or forms?
  3. Where was it performed? What was the
  4. Why did you choose this piece?
  5. When was it written and performed?
  6. How would it have been performed? How are you performing it? What are the differences?

If you or your child is going to participate please send me an email to register by August 21, 2014.

artsci@antir.sca.org Nidda Ridarelli and shayla2000@live.com Annik de Venoix including the following information:

Name:

Critiquing level:

Project:

Branch:

Please put September Youth Challenge in the subject line.

Looking forward to see the talents of our youth!

–Annik de Venoix, An Tir Youth Bardic Deputy

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