• Major Awards 2022


    Major awards for the Young Dancer, Young Singers, Young Pianist and Young Instrumentalist of the Year will be offered in 2022.

    Please note new awards in the Vocal Section

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    Piano Awards 2022

    Young Pianist of the Year and Edith Steinitz Memorial Prize 2022: £100 and Hanna Trophy - CALVIN LEUNG

    Runner up: £50 - ALIA CHAABO

    Vocal Awards 2022

    Junior Young Singer of the Year: Age 13 & under - £50 


    Intermediate Young Singer of the Year: Age 14-17 year - £75  WINNER 2022  ALLEGRA THOMPSON 

    Young Singer of the Year: Age 18-21 years - £100



    Kirkland Cup for Musical Theatre - for the outstanding performer in the Songs from the Shows classes


    Instrumental Awards 2022 

    Young Instrumentalist of the Year : £100 and Cyril Kemplay Memorial trophy
    Runner up: £50
    Winner - Isabell Karlsson
    Runners-up : Da In Kim, Mila Mitrovic

    Dance Awards 2022

    Young Dancer of the Year 2022: £100 and Richmond Parish Lands trophy
    Runner up: £50 and Avril Cutting Memorial trophy.
    Winner - Elena Tames (Graham School)
    2nd - Jiah Kwon (Susan Robinson School of Ballet)



    Young Performer of the Year (£100) - SCARLETT GLADSTONE

    2nd Place - JESSICA JENNER (£50)



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