Saturday 6 July
In the Pavilion

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, Female, Male, and Open Choirs choirs fight it out to be crowned Choir of the World.

Choirs of the World

Today we continue our search for the 2019 Choir of the World.

Expect the Pavilion to swell with the sound of the world’s best choral performances as Mixed, Open, Female Voice and Male Voice Choirs all vie for coveted places in 2019’s Choir of the World competition.

Saturday also features the fascinating Cultural Showcase and the Lucille Armstrong Dance Award – something for all tastes on our final day of competition.

Competitions today:

Choir (Choir of the World): Mixed Choirs – This competition is for singers over the age of 18 who will sing a programme of 12 minutes including one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece.

Choir (Choir of the World): Female Voice Choirs – This female voice competition is for singers over the age of 18 who will sing a contrasting programme of 12 minutes including one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece.

Group: Cultural Showcase – In this competition, groups will be presenting their culture in instrumental music, singing and dancing, balancing all three disciplines. Groups will be highlighting the varied talents of every performer on the stage.

Choir (Choir of the World): Open Choirs – This category is open to male, female or mixed singers with no age requirement. They will be singing a programme of 12 minutes in one genre only (i.e. barbershop, classical, glee, gospel, jazz, pop, show etc.)

Choir (Choir of the World): Male Voice Choirs – This male voice competition is for singers over the age of 18 who will sing a contrasting programme of 12 minutes including one piece written by a composer from the choir’s native country and at least one unaccompanied piece.

Dance: Lucille Armstrong Dance Award (finale)

Dance: Dancing in the Street (Riverside Park, Llangollen) – This competition will be held in the Riverside Park in Llangollen Town at 2pm. This category is for groups who are over the age of 15 who will perform for 15-20minutes. They will have musicians and flag-bearers. They will perform an original performance with plenty of variety and may even invite you to join them! You will be able to vote for your favourite group. The Eisteddfod adjudicator will note this vote. The adjudication will then take place on the Amphitheatre Stage at 4.30pm on the Eisteddfod site.

Tickets:

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

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Saturday Competition Details

Morning:

Competition A1: Mixed Choirs

Competition A3: Female Voice Choirs

Adjudication A1: Mixed Choirs

Afternoon:

Competition C4: Cultural Showcase

Adjudication A3: Female Voice Choirs

Competition A5: Open Choirs

Adjudication C4: Cultural Showcase

Competition A4: Male Voice Choirs

Adjudication A5: Open Choirs

Adjudication A4: Male Voice Choirs

Adjudication C5: Dancing in the Street  – at 4.30pm on The Amphitheatre Stage