Saturday 11 July
Daytime

Our main choral competition day is not to be missed, as top class choirs from all across the globe will perform on the prestigious Eisteddfod stage. You can see the world’s best Mixed, FemaleMale, and Open Choirs fight it out to be crowned Choir of the World. Today we also introduce our new Contemporary Dance competition. Winners from this new competition will  join the winners from the Traditional and Choreographed Dance competitions to compete for the Dance Champions title on Saturday evening.

In the Pavilion today:

 

  • Choir (Choir of the World): Mixed Choirs  – This competition is for male, female or mixed singers aged 18 or over. Choirs will be singing a programme of 10 minutes, which will include one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece. The winner from this competition will go through to compete Saturday evening for the prestigious Choir of the World title.

 

  • Choir (Choir of the World): Female Voice Choirs  – This competition is for female singers aged 18 or over. Choirs will be singing a programme of 10 minutes, which will include  one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece. The winner from this competition will go through to compete Saturday evening for the prestigious Choir of the World title.

 

  • Dance (Lucille Armstrong Dance Award): Contemporary Dance Group – New for 2020, this competition is for contemporary dance groups of any age. They will be performing a programme of any genre currently classified as contemporary to a pre-recorded music track lasting no more than 4 minutes. The Winner from this competition will go through to compete Saturday evening for the Lucille Armstrong Dance Champions Award.

 

  • Choir (Choir of the World): Open Choirs  – This competition is for male, female or mixed singers of any age. Choirs will be singing a programme of 10 minutes, which will include one genre only (i.e. barbershop, classical, glee, gospel, jazz, pop etc. The winner from this competition will go through to compete Saturday evening for the prestigious Choir of the World title.

 

  • Choir (Choir of the World): Male Voice Choirs  – This competition is for male singers aged 18 or over. Choirs will be singing a programme of 10 minutes, which will include one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece. The winner from this competition will go through to compete Saturday evening for the prestigious Choir of the World title.

 

 

Day Tickets:

Adults £15
Concessions £13
Child £5
Family tickets available

Booking fees apply
Price includes reserved seat in the Pavilion