5 - 7 March
12/10/2012 10:03
Cymraeg : Ceisiadau 2019
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Happy New Year to you all!

Here in the office we’re still buzzing about 2018’s North Wales Choral Festival! Thank you to all choirs who attended. From the feedback we received you all seemed to have a great time at the event over the weekend.

Make sure to put 8th – 10th November in your diaries for this year’s North Wales Choral Festival!

This year we’re looking to switch up the categories a little.
Feedback from audience members tells us that they would enjoy watching choirs perform more songs they know. We’re looking to introduce a new category and possibly have a shuffle of the usual categories – see what you think...

Category 1 – Single Voice

Category 2 – Youth

Category 3 – Musicals

Category 4 – Male Voice

Category 5 – Ladies

Category 6 – Mixed

Category 7 – Just for Fun

Category 8 – Barbershop

Register your interest by emailing northwaleschoralfestival@conwy.gov.uk

If you choose just ONE category and register your interest in performing in a category then you will be eligible for a DISCOUNT on your entry fee if you decide to enter 2019’s competition.
(This will not be your entry form as categories are currently undecided)

Any expression of interest we receive before the end of February 2019 will allow that choir to enter 2019's festival for 2018’s price of £60, as long it is paid for before the end of March!

Disclaimer: This is a register of interest form not an entry form. The categories and number of categories is yet to be confirmed. Therefore the category you select, isn’t necessarily the category you will be in. The usual entry form process still applies and forms will become available once categories have been confirmed.
We are gathering feedback from choirs to improve the festival for all.

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