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Register your spot - 7-9 November 2014!

We know how popular you all are and how quickly your calendars fill up, so to ensure that we have the pleasure of your company for 2014’s North Wales Choral Festival the entry forms and rules and regulations are now available! You need to be fully registered by June 6th 2014 so get booking your place now so you can get rehearsing that all important repertoire.

On Friday 7th November, North Wales primary and secondary school choirs will wow us with their talents in the first of the competitions.

Onto the weekend and at the moment the male, ladies and youth choirs will be competing on Saturday 8th November and the mixed and barbershop will take to the stage on Sunday 9th November. (Please bear in mind that timings along with orders may change nearer the time.)

Thanks to our ongoing and generous support from our sponsors we still have an amazing total prize fund of £4,000. Whoever is placed 1st will be lucky enough to receive £500, then £200 for the runners up and £100 for those at 3rd place.

I am sure that all of those that took part in our Festival Celebration Concert or our community performances will agree that it was a huge success and a lot of fun! We definitely want the fun to continue and will be including both elements once again for 2014, so be sure to let us know if you want to take part on the entry form!

There will be another headliner concert on the Friday night, plans are underway to find another selection of talented artistes for you to enjoy. Further details will be announced soon so keep checking the website.

So, for a jam packed, musical weekend in the lovely Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, North Wales get filling in an entry form! Forms can be completed online, or please contact us if you would prefer to receive one by post. Don’t miss out – you’ll regret it!

For more information please get in touch on 01492 575943 or northwaleschoralfestival@conwy.gov.uk

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