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12/10/2012 10:03
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2019 Winners Announced!

It’s all over now, but what a fantastic North Wales Choral Festival weekend of competitions and concerts it was. Choirs from all over the UK and Ireland competed in this years’ Festival. It was a pleasure to see so many choirs, from near and far, in Llandudno for what was such a great musical event.

The weekend kicked off with our opening night concert including a fantastic performance from the hugely popular Cor Maelgwn Male Voice Choir, followed by an amazing performance from WNO star soprano, Fflur Wyn.

During the weekend choirs competed in male voice, youth, just for fun,ladies, barbershop style and musicals categories. With such talent in the competition, some tough decisions had to be made by this year’s adjudicators, Trevor Hughes, David King and Nia Morgan.

The 2019 winners are:

Male Voice:
1st – Warrington Male Voice Choir
2nd – The City of Chester Male Voice Choir
3rd – Hims and Arias

1st – Amabile Choir
2nd – GLÓR Youth Choir

Just for Fun:
1st – Milis
2nd – The Bostock Singers
3rd – Knutsford Star Choir

1st – Heartbeat Chorus
2nd – Vocelle
3rd – Impromptu

Barbershop Style:
1st – Heartbeat Chorus
2nd – Cheshire Chord Company
3rd – Crystal Chords

1st – Valley Aloud Community Choir
2nd – Dun Laoghaire Musical & Dramatic Society
3rd – The Gallery Choir

We’d like to thank all choirs for participating at 2019’s North Wales Choral Festival. It was fantastic to see familiar faces as well as meeting new choirs and we hope to see you all again next year!

A huge thank you to all sponsors of this years’ Festival, Threeways Garage, Llandudno Town Council,Belmont Hotel, Llandudno Hospitality Association, your support is much appreciated.

Next year’s North Wales Choral Festival will be 6-8 November 2020.

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