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Get your diaries out

09/01/2013

2012 Mixed Mixed Cavan Singers Get your diaries out because the North Wales Choral Festival has been confirmed for another year after a successful 2012! Our well loved festival will take place as usual in Venue Cymru on Llandudno’s splendid Promenade, this year over the weekend of the 8-10 November.

Kicking things off on Friday 8 November our local schools will take part in our very first North Wales Choral Festival Schools Day, followed by our special guest concert in the evening. We always like to hear your thoughts so why not send in your suggestions on who you would like to see as the headline act?

Saturday 9 November is when the competition will really get started as Male, Ladies and Youth Choirs from all over Europe hope to be placed for a cash prize. Choirs always remark on what a friendly festival we host so if you’re a newer choir and aren’t feeling brave enough to compete why not come along in the audience instead?

On Saturday evening we will organise a concert where choirs participating throughout the weekend will have a chance to take to the stage for a friendly sing song without the eyes of the adjudicators on them, giving them the perfect opportunity to check out their competition and perfect their repertoire.

As always, we will encourage that ever popular social sing along in the bar when we wrap up Saturday night. After such a vibrant and positive response last year we’d be mad not too; see for yourself, videos can be found on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 10 November will once more complete our festival with the turn of the Mixed Choirs and Barbershop Style. Both of these categories are always a crowd puller which is no surprise with the added sparkle that the Barbershop Style attracts.

Adjudicator and ticket information will be announced soon so keep a look out for our news updates. If you would like us to keep in touch with festival details and application packs sign up for our newsletter on here or call (01492) 575943.

Hope to hear from you soon…

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