Results 2020

The daily winners were announced live on S4C’s daily show Prynhawn Da and the winning performances can be seen on Llangollen.TV .

Tuesday 7 July
Online Category: Children’s Choirs

Winner: British Columbia Girls Choir, Canada

British Colombia Girls Choir

Singing the Moravian folksong ‘Hoj, Hura Hoj’ by Otmar Mácha (1922 -2006). First place performance and winners of the ‘Children’s Choir of the World’ award at the 2018 Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. Director: Fiona Blackburn.

 

Wednesday 8 July
Online Category: Dance Competitions

Winner: Gema Citra Nusantara, Indonesia

Gema Citra Nusantara Dance Group

 

First place in Folk Dance and crowned 2016 Dance Champions of the World, receiving the Lucille Armstrong Trophy.

 

 

Thursday 9 July
Online Category: Mixed Choirs

Winner: Stellenbosch University Choir, South Africa

Stellenbosch University Choir

South Africa’s Stellenbosch University Choir, swept the board in 2018 coming 1st place in the Mixed, Youth and Open Choir categories with their winning performance of Christopher Tin’s ‘Baba Yetu’ in an arrangement by André van der Merwe. Director: André van der Merwe.

 

Friday 10 July
Online Category: Folk Choirs

Winner: Jazz Choir of the State Philharmonic Society, Russia

Jazz Choir of the State Philharmonic Society

 

Female Choir Title Winners in 2013.

 

 

Saturday 11 July
Online Category: More Choirs

Winner: Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir, Wales

The Fron Male Voice Choir

A favourite at Llangollen, the Fron Choir has a longstanding history with the festival.  This winning performance was from 2018 when they took the Male Voice Choir title.

 

 

Sunday 12 July
Online Category: Magic Moment

Winner: 100 perfect points for Loughgiel, 2017

Loughgiel Folk Dancers

Northern Ireland’s Loughgiel Folk Dancers have taken part in the International Folk Dancing competition in Llangollen for many years and have had great success in all dance competitions. The most memorable achievement was indeed winning the overall ‘Dance Champions’ award in 2017. To qualify for this the group achieved a record 100 marks in the Open Floor competition and made history in the process.

 

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