Wednesday 4 July
In the Pavilion

The first day of competitions is not to be missed as children’s choirs and folk dance groups take centre stage. One of the most inspiring initiatives of the Eisteddfod, the award-winning Inclusion Project, sponsored by the ScottishPower Foundation, will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year with the theme ‘Send a Message’ and promises to be as moving as ever.

Competitions today:

  • Choir: Junior Children’s Choir
  • Choir: Children’s Folk Song Choir
  • Dance: Children’s Folk Dance Group
  • Solo: International Voice of Musical Theatre
  • Solo: 12-16 Solo Competition

Inclusion Project

This year’s Inclusion Project will be extra special thanks to our sponsors ScottishPower Foundation. Groups from a range of diverse backgrounds will come together to create a unique performance including elements of song and dance. This work will demonstrate diversity through music and dance as a tool to promote peace.

Sponsored by:   


Pavilion Reserved Seating Day Ticket: £17
Price includes reserved seat in blocks A-H


Wednesday Competition Details


Competition A8: Children’s Folk Choirs

Competition B6: Vocal Solo 12-16

Prelim in Methodist Church

13 Soloists from:

  • Hong Kong
  • Wales
  • England
  • Singapore
  • India
  • United States

Competition C3: Children’s Folk Dance

  • Folk Dance of Punjab, India
  • Heritage Dancers, India
  • Folk Lore Dance Association, India
  • Sapat Dance Group, Kyrgyzstan
  • Mother Touch Dance Group, Zimbabwe
  • Gabhru Panjab de, India



Competition A6: Junior Children’s Choirs

Day President


Competition B2: International Voice of Musical Theatre

  • Finalist 1
  • Finalist 2
  • Finalist 3

Competition B6: Vocal Solo 12-16

  • Finalist 1
  • Finalist 2
  • Finalist 3

Adjudication A8: Children’s Folk Song Choir

Adjudication C3: Children’s Folk Dance

Adjudication A6: Junior Children’s Choir

Competition B1: International Voice of the Future

  • Finalist 1
  • Finalist 2
  • Finalist 3