8 - 10 November
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Running order of the 2011 North Wales Choral Festival

Saturday 5th November

10.00am Introduction from Compere


10.10am RYDAL PENRHOS (Cymru/Wales)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Peter Williams

10.22am ST CECILIA’S COLLEGE CHOIR (Iwerddon/Ireland)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Fiona Logue

10.34am ST LEO’S COLLEGE CHOIR (Iwerddon/Ireland)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Ian Curran

10.46am CÔR IEUENCTID MÔN (Cymru/Wales)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Mari Lloyd Pritchard

10.58am YSGOL BRYN ELIAN (Cymru/Wales)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Tim Heeley

11.10am BEAUREGARD YOUTH CHOIR (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Vicki Beauregard

11.22am BRADFORD GIRLS CHOIR (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Christopher McElroy


11.34am Results, adjudication



Arweinir gan/Directed by Daniel Smith

12.12pm ACQUIRE (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Leslie Churchill Ward

12.24pm CÔR Y GLEISION (Cymru/Wales)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Richard Vaughan

12.36pm Results, adjudication & placing

12.56pm Break for lunch Ladies

2.00pm RENAISSANCE (Lloegr/England)

2.12pm THE LADYBROOK SINGERS (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Alison Bletcher

2.24pm SONATA (Iwerddon/Ireland)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Siobhàn Seberry

2.36pm OPUS 44 (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Alison Pryce-Jones

2.48pm THE CHANTERELLES (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Dr Shirley Court

3.00pm CANTARE (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Michael Betteridge

3.12pm GLENALUA SINGERS (Iwerddon/Ireland)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Vera Byrne

3.26pm Results, adjudication


Male Voice

3.46pm FLINT MVC (Cymru/Wales))

Arweinir gan/Directed by Huw Dunley 

3.58pm CÔR MEIBION COLWYN (Cymru/Wales)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Aled Wyn Edwards

4.18pm Results, adjudication & placing

4.30pm Finish

8pm Special concert with Faryl Smith and Guests. £10 for choirs members. To book tickets call 01492 872000 or visit www.northwaleschoralfestival.co.uk

Sunday 6th November

12.00pm Introduction from Compere


12.10pm ANVIL CHORUS (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Duncan Whinyates

12.22pm HEARTBEAT (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Nancy Kelsall

12.34pm CHESHIRE A CAPELLA (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Angela Lewis

12.46pm ABBEY BELLES (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Anne Turner

12.58pm AFFINITY (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Lesley Carson

1.10pm YOURS IN HARMONY (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Keith Northrop

1.22pm Results, adjudication & placing

1.42pm Break for lunch


2.40pm ABBEY BELLES (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Anne Turner

2.52pm AFFINITY (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Lesley Carson

3.04pm HEARTBEAT (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Nancy Kelsall

3.16pm LADYBROOK SINGERS (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Alison Bletcher

3.28pm OPUS 44 (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Alison Pryce-Jones

3.40pm YOURS IN HARMONY (Lloegr/England)

Arweinir gan/Directed by Keith Northrop

3.52pm Results, adjudication & placing

4.12pm Finish

*All timetables are subject to change.

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