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Take Part in the North Wales Choral Festival

Fancy your chances at winning up to £500? Then look no further— you have landed on the right page!
You can enter the North Wales Choral Festival 2019 competition by completing the form at the bottom of the page. Alternatively, you can download the entry form below and return to:

North Wales Choral Festival, Conwy County Borough Council, Bodlondeb, Conwy, LL32 8DU



8-10 November 2019

Male Voice (Class 1)

Youth (Class 2)

Just for Fun (Class 3)

Ladies Choirs (Class 4)

Barbershop Style (Class 5)

Musicals (Class 6)


Entry Fee

£75 per category

  • By credit/debit card by calling +44(0)1492 577839
  • Online at payments, just follow these steps:
    1. Select N W Choral Festival in the payment type
    2. Fill in the required fields
    3. Click ‘add to list’
    4. Click ‘pay’
    5. Fill in your payment details

Entry Deadline

26 July 2019

Music Deadline

6 September 2019


1st £500
2nd £200
3rd £100

Entry Form



Number in Choir:

Class of Choir

  • Male Voice, Youth and Just for Fun (Classes 1, 2 and 3) will be performing on Saturday 9th November.
  • Ladies Choirs, Barbershop Style and Musicals (Classes 4, 5 and 6) will be performing on Sunday 10th November

Entry is £75 per choir.

Please tick the Class(es) you would like to enter:

Register your choir’s interest to participate in:

*Please note that choirs chosen to take part in the concert will be done on a first come, first serve basis once capacity is reached


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Barbershop Style Definition
Information Pack
For more information call +44(0)1492 577839 or email northwaleschoralfestival@conwy.gov.uk

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