Welcome to the first day of Llangollen Online! We have some special messages from our patron, an online premiere of the Children’s Peace Message, and the winner of the Llangollen TV Children’s Choirs will be announced.
The Inclusion Project has been running for over 10 years, reflecting the diversity of society and the International Eisteddfod’s ethos of promoting understanding and acceptance through music and dance. Today we present two short films around our Inclusion Project and what it means to us. The winner of the Llangollen TV Dance Competition will be announced.
Our Eisteddfod began with a vision that this Welsh tradition of coming together in music and dance could provide a means of healing the wounds of the Second World War. In the ensuing 70 years it became a true celebration of ‘Peace and Harmony’. Today we present the Young Peacemakers Awards, the online premiere of the Global Peace Message, and reveal the winner of the Llangollen TV Mixed Choirs.
Today we come together to celebrate our international competitors and those who make the traditional town parade and Parade of Nations one of the most unique and colourful events in the UK. The winner of the Llangollen TV Folk Choirs will be announced.
We are home to one of the world’s most prestigious choir competitions. As the sun goes down on Llangollen Online, Llangollen TV presents 25 years of Choir of World. We also announce the winner of the Llangollen TV Other Choirs.
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