We have a new challenge for 2021 called
Get Creative with the Oakville Symphony!
What is the new contest?
This year we are challenging you to get inspired by some great music and then create something that shows your unique response to the music. The theme is,
‘This music makes me want to…’
What music do we listen to?
Listen to all three pieces of music below, and then choose the one that inspires you the most.
What can our creations be?
Get Creative!! You could paint, draw, sculpt, write, dance, sing, conduct. Do you have another idea? Great!
Who can help me?
Great artists often have a supportive family, cast or crew. The idea should be yours, but you can certainly ask friends and family to help – just be sure to give them credit!
Who is eligible?
Anyone in Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6 living in the Halton Region.
How do we submit our entries?
How do I submit my work?
The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2021. You can:
- mail us your entry to 310-200 North Service Road, Oakville, ON L6M 2Y1
- scan or take a video of your creation and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org (PDF or JPG or MOV format)
- include the form below with your submission (download form here)
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOUR ENTRIES!
School attending: _______________________
Home Telephone: ____________
Musical selection chosen (1, 2 or 3): ____________
Supporting Cast and Crew: ________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian’s Signature releasing all creative rights of this entry to the Oakville Symphony
We will be choosing several winners to represent a variety of age groups.
PRIZES WILL INCLUDE GIFT CERTIFICATES FROM OAKVILLE PLACE
Please note that we will not be able to return any entries we receive, and that parents must sign a waiver to allow us creative rights over the submission.
The deadline for submissions is June 15, 2021.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING WHAT YOU COME UP WITH!
Submit your entry online!
This is optional. You can also submit via mail or email. See How do we submit our entries in the questions above.