5 - 7 March
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Holy trinity choir

The North Wales Choral Festival Concert welcomes Africa!

Holy Trinity Choir from Cameroon are preparing to head to North Wales for a weekend of choral competitions at this year’s North Wales Choral Festival, taking place in Llandudno’s Venue Cymru between 6-8 November.

The ten strong mixed voice choir will be performing an upbeat repertoire of Gospel music in the mixed voice category on Sunday 8 October as well as taking part in the annual Festival Celebration Concert at 7.30pm on Saturday 7 November.

Musical Director Nde Fokou Philppe Gerno said of his visit to Wales “We’re really excited to be visiting this prestigious event. We’re staying in the beautiful Conwy Valley and are hoping to do some sight-seeing around our singing times”

If you enjoy choral music, why not join us for the whole festival, from 6-8 November. On Saturday 9 November male, ladies and youth voice sections will be competing to be crowned the 2015 champion from 10am.

On Sunday 8 November it’s the turn of the mixed voice and barbershop style to battle it out from noon. Tickets are just £3 for children and £6 for adults per category and if you come along all day there is a discount available.

If you can’t make the daytime competition, there’s the Festival Celebration Concert on Saturday night priced at just £6 per child and £12 per adult. For tickets visit: http://www.venuecymru.co.uk or call the Box Office on (01492) 872000.

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