5 - 7 March
12/10/2012 10:03
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2015 winners announced!

Can you believe it, another Choral Festival down! But what a weekend it was, we welcomed over 30 choirs to 2015’s North Wales Choral Festival. Choirs travelled from near and far to be with us and it was wonderful to welcome you all to Llandudno!

For the third year we kicked off our weekend with the lively Festival Schools Day on the Friday. We welcomed 4 junior schools and 3 senior schools to Venue Cymru for a full day of musical fun. We saw the return of Mari Lloyd Pritchard and Trystan Lewis on the adjudication panel and this year for the first time they were joined by Nia Morgan! All three judges said they thoroughly enjoyed the day and everything each choir bought to the stage. Children also took part in a workshop by Carol Thomas who really enjoyed her first experience as our workshop facilitator.

Over the weekend we welcomed male voice choirs, ladies choirs, barbershop and mixed choirs. There were some tough decisions to be made for the adjudicators, Paul Davies, Peter Broadbent and Rob Elliott. After much deliberation, the 2015 winners were:

Junior Schools

1st - Southdown Primary School

2nd - Ysgol Llandrillo Yn Rhos

3rd - Ysgol Dewi Sant

Senior Schools

1st - Ysgol Y Moelwyn

2nd - Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen

3rd - Ysgol Bryn Elian

Male Voice

1st - The Daleian Singers

2nd - Côr Meibion Colwyn

3rd - Côr Meibion Y Foel Llannerchymedd


1st - Côr Rhiannedd Y Moelwyn

2nd - Lleisiau Mignedd

3rd - Lleisiau Llannerch


1st - Cheshire Cord Company

2nd - Milltown Sound Chorus

3rd - Spinnaker Chorus


1st - Côr CF1

2nd - Nottingham Trent University

3rd - Aloud in the Valley

We’d like to thank every choir for participating at this year’s North Wales Choral Festival. It was lovely to see some familiar faces and of course to meet all the new choirs, we hope to see you all again in the future.

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