Twenty four of the world’s best young singers will be vying for a prestigious international prize at a top festival in North Wales.
Competitors from as far afield as China, America, Spain, Latvia and Estonia will be battling for the title of Pendine International Voice of the Future at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. (more…)
Search for Voice of the Future Competition entrants heats up as prize fund increases to record high.
Twenty-four of the world’s best young singers are flocking to North Wales to compete for a prestigious new international prize.
Competitors from as far afield as Switzerland, the Philippines, the USA and China will be competing for the title of International Voice of the Future at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod on Thursday, July 6.
The record number of entrants has been attracted by the boost given to the prize fund by the arts-loving Pendine Park care organisation and the Sir Bryn Terfel Foundation.
An iconic competition to find the world’s best young singers has been given a massive boost by a pioneering care organisation.
Pendine Park has agreed to more than triple the prize money up for grabs in the prestigious Voice of the Future competition at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.
According to the festival’s Musical Director, Eilir Owen Griffiths, increasing the annual prize to £5,000 from 2017 onwards will “catapult the competition into a whole new league”.
He said: “This is a truly remarkable gesture which will lead to a big surge in interest for new vocal talent.
“The timing is especially appropriate as we will be celebrating our 70th anniversary in 2017 and looking forward to an even brighter future.”