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Brythoniaid Male Voice Choir

Biography: In June 1964 with fifteen members Meirion Jones formed the male voice choir, and due to the encouragement received  commenced to attract new members. From the outset, competing was an integral part of the Choirs activities. Their first competition was at the Llanffestiniog jubilee Eisteddfod in 1965. Following success at this Eisteddfod it was… Read more »

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Girls Choir of Musamari Choral School

 Biography: The Girls Choir of Musamari Choral School was founded in 1995 by their current conductor Tiina Mee. She works as director of Musamari Choral School and Musamari Music School for Children and conducts girl´s, children´s and young children´s choirs. The choir has taken part in several music projects, Song Celebrations, festivals and competitions in… Read more »

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Macclesfield Male Voice Choir

Biography: The Macclesfield Male Voice Choir was established in 1955. The atmosphere, camaraderie and fellowship within the choir are unparalleled and there is a very warm welcome for any male wishing to join the choir, provided they have a love and enthusiasm for singing. They are a non-profit making organisation and provide support to local… Read more »

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John’s Boy’s

Biography: Johns’ Boys Male Chorus was formed in early 2016 to sing in a ‘Noson Lawen’ to celebrate the lives of two local choral conductors, the late John Glyn Williams and the late John Tudor Davies, both of whom were from the village of Rhosllannerchrugog. Both men were heavily involved with the male voice scene… Read more »

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The Phoenix Girls Chorus

Biography: The Phoenix Girls Chorus is comprised of five choirs of girls ages seven to eighteen. Their music education program includes vocal development, performance skills, sight singing, music theory, foreign language diction, and choreography. The focus of the Phoenix Girls Chorus is to provide a nurturing environment where singers develop their music skills to the… Read more »

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Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir

 Biography: In 1946 the people of Llangollen, as a gesture to International Peace, decided to ask former enemies, to come together in the friendly competitive atmosphere of a traditional Welsh Eisteddfod. The village of Froncysyllte, just 4 miles from Llangollen decided that the Eisteddfod was a good idea, and a public meeting was called, with… Read more »

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Sanjh International Folk Academy

Biography: SIFA (Sanjh International Folk Academy) is a Punjabi Indian Folk Academy, which provides quality training and high-calibre performances. Their performances have the aim to illustrate and preserve, develop and teach the traditions of Indian performing arts to other people from other countries. They provide in-depth, high quality arts training and leadership development opportunities for… Read more »

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The Stellenbosch University Choir

  Biography: The Stellenbosch University Choir is an energetic group of students and comprises students from various academic and cultural backgrounds. The wonderful mix of diverse cultures translates into unique choral sound and performance skills. The choir was founded in 1936 under the baton of William Morris and is the oldest and most celebrated choir… Read more »

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The NUSChoir

Biography: The NUSChoir was formed in 1980 and is an award-winning youth choir that is committed to promoting excellence in choral music within the NUS community. The choir comprises students and alumni who share a common passion for singing and choral music. Under the baton of Singapore’s premier choral director, Prof Nelson Kwei, the NUSChoir… Read more »

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Spraoi

Biography: The Spraoi is a secondary school group with musicians, dancers and singers. The members range in age from 12 – 18.They all hail from Castleblayney. The group loves fusing traditional Irish music with modern music. They rehearse at lunchtime in their school. Since 2007, the group has competed at the Eisteddfod and have already… Read more »

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