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2012 Male Male Bro Aled 2We know how quickly your calendars fill up so application forms and rules and regulations for 2013 are now available! The North Wales Choral Festival is on 8-10 November so book now so you can start planning that all important repertoire.

On Friday 8 November, North Wales Primary and Secondary School Choirs will kick off the competition. Over the weekend it’s down to business and it’s the turn of the male, ladies, youth, mixed, and barbershop style.

At the moment male, ladies and youth voice sections will be competing on Saturday 9 November and mixed voice and barbershop style will battle it out on Sunday 10 November (please bear in mind timings may be subject to change).

Thanks to our generous sponsors the total prize fund remains at £4000! Here at the North Wales Choral Festival we place first, second and third choirs. Winners receive £500, then £200 for the runners up and £100 for third place for each category.

The success of last year’s community concerts and due to the fact that everyone who took part in our 25th anniversary concert enjoyed it tremendously means that we are including these elements once again for 2013.

The concert headlined by Revelation Singers in 2012 was also very popular and so plans are underway to book another concert for Friday evening too. Further details will be announced soon so keep checking in on our website.

Don’t miss out on this jam packed, musical weekend in the lovely Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno in North Wales. Forms can be completed online, or you can contact us if you want us to pop one in the post.

For more information please get in touch, 01492 575943.

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