Cowra Eisteddfod Grand Concert 14 Jun 2017, 9:30 a.m. Performers from as far away as Brisbane returned to Cowra for the Cowra Eisteddfod's Grand Concert of prizewinners. Grand concert The Eugowra Public School Choir, winners of the 2GZ Cup, returned to perform at the Cowra Eisteddfod Grand Concert.12 year-old Natalie Mallon of Cowra performed at the Grand Concert as the winner of the Joan Ryan Encouragement Award.Ballet scholarship winner Lucy Angel of Mount Pleasant. Lucy jetted out to Houston in the US this week to attend the Houston Ballet Academy.Cowra Ballet School, winners of the Jazz Group dance section.Cowra's Yoi Yap performing at the Grand Concert. Yoi took out the Local Pointscore Instrumental.Timothy Phillips of Blaxland returned as the winner of the open instrumental section.Coco Sands, 11, of Leeton. Coco has been performing since she was three years of age.Cowra Dance Factory at the Eisteddfod Grand Concert.Joelene Griffiths, winner of the Patricia Fagan Operatic Aria.Tap dance winner Laura Johnstone.Ellena Hicks, the Junior Farleigh Vocal Scholarship winner.Amelia Punch of Molong took out the Kumar Trophy, Encouragement Award and 10 years and up awards in speed and drama.Matthew Phillips, winner of the Farleigh Instrumental Piano Scholarship.Lucy Angel.Shikara Ringdahl, the Senior Farleigh Scholarship winner. Shikara returned from Brisbane for the Grand Concert.Cowra Dance Factory members who took out the Senior Drama Skit section.Emma Warburton of Bathurst, winner of the Instrumental Recital Championship.Xanthe Booth of Bathurst took out the Speech and Drama Scholarship.TweetFacebook of ╳exitPrizewinners from throughout Australia returned to Cowra last Friday night for the eisteddfod’s Grand Concert of Prizewinnes.