3rd September 2022
Established in 1980 when then mayor Geoff Pasterfield called a public meeting, it has been headed up since then by president Mercia Buck.
Dedicated to the development of orchestral music in the region, giving professional opportunities to regional musicians.
Eisteddfods main divisions are Vocal, Piano, Speech Drama, Instrumental and Ensembles Competitions. Includes prizes for winners.
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Jul. 18, 2022
Historic program & photo from 1985
Historic program & photo from a 1985 concert organised by Philip Sketchley & Mercia Buck at University of Newcastle’s Great Hall, sponsored by women’s Zonta Club as a Salute to Youth.
Jul. 05, 2022
Map Mima Concert Review by Dr. Jennifer Barnes
The MIMA concert with the Lake Macquarie Philharmonic Orchestra SUNDAY MAY 1ST, 2022 2.00PM SPEERS POINT PARK MAP (Multi Arts Pavilion) MIMA The weather gods smiled on Lake Macquarie Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert at the new
Apr. 13, 2022
Entries to the 2022 Lake Macquarie Eisteddfod are now open
Eisteddfods are a great way for our younger generation to gain experience in performing at a high level, in front of a crowd and in a competition setting. The Lake Macquarie Eisteddfod is one of
Mar. 06, 2022
A Celebration Gala – Sunday 15 May 2022
Celebration Gala – A Spectacular return to live music at Warners Bay Theatre Date: 15th May 2022 – 2pm Venue: Warners Bay Theatre We are excited to bring you an afternoon of entertainment featuring a cavalcade of