49th Annual Festival

Unfortunately we were prevented from holding our usual physical festival but decided to hold a virtual festival with competitors submitting video recordings for adjudication.

Almost 100 entries were submitted and we were delighted with the support we received.

Special thanks must go to Angus Lawson of Moray Rotaract who has been a tremendous help to us in providing all the technical support required for “staging” such an event. The committee is very much indebted to him for all his assistance.

Raemond Jappy from Aberdeen was our adjudicator and he certainly had quite a task on his hands! He said “It was thoroughly enjoyable and exhausting”. However he did a sterling job and we appreciate the time and effort he put into all his adjudications.

We are always very grateful for the continued support we receive from The Elgin Rotary Club. The Rotary Club Shield and Bow is awarded every year to a competitor, resident in Moray, who has given the best individual performance in the 13-16yrs section. This year’s recipient was Cassie Findlay from Grange, Keith.

Our Championship winner was Emma Alexander. She is now resident in Glasgow but is originally from Buckie.




Thank you to everyone who entered this years Virtual Festival. All entrants performed to an excellent standard and we are delighted you took part. Here is a word from George West about this years festival.



To view the entries for this years festival please navigate to the different pages on the drop down menu at the top of the page or by selecting a class from below. Within the page you can listen to all the clips that entered for that class and you will be able to hear our adjudicators comments and find out the results.