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CânSing and The North Wales Choral Festival in new partnership!

We have some very exciting news, The North Wales Choral Festival is delighted to announce its new partnership with the wonderful CânSing. We will be working closely together to offer new and exciting opportunities for Welsh schools.

If you hadn’t already heard The North Wales Choral Festival Schools Day will be returning for its fourth year in Venue Cymru on Friday 4th November 2016. The day is a great opportunity for children to build confidence, learn new techniques and most importantly have fun! They will take part in a half day workshop and then a half day competition. The festival is completely free and open to all Welsh Junior and Senior Schools. For more information on the event please visit Missing Link

A development of our new partnership is that we are going to welcome backing tracks to our Festival Schools Day. This will be the first time we have accepted backing tracks but it will open the festival up to lots more schools that may struggle to get an accompanist. If you’d like access to a wide range of high quality backing tracks then head over to the CânSing website where they have a large collection of materials and they are all completely free! http://www.cansing.org.uk/

Keep your eyes peeled on both websites for all updates on what we have planned for Welsh schools!

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