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We are delighted to introduce the 2019 Syllabus for the ‘Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod’ held on Tuesday 2nd July - Sunday 7 July 2019.
The Eisteddfod is held in the idyllic setting of Llangollen in North Wales. The main competitions are held in the 3900 capacity Royal International Pavilion and activities scheduled across our Outside Stages and Outreach performances in a number of locations in North East Wales.
As always, the jewel in the crown of the festival will be the Choir ofTheWorldCompetition,inwhichtheinalistsof5categories compete for the prestigious ‘Pavarotti Trophy’ as well as £3000.
Other competitions to look out for in 2019:
• Pendine International Voice of the Future Competition with irst prize of £5000
• Trip to the Gold Coast Eisteddfod for the winner of the Voice of Musical Theatre
• The Jayne Davies award for the most outstanding conductor in the Choir of The World Final
• Lucille Armstrong Dance Champions 2019
• Children’s Choir of The World
Details of all competition categories and other opportunities for participation can be found in the following pages of the syllabus or visit our website
Take part, make friends, and feel special - come to Llangollen!
We look forward to welcoming you and all your supporters to Llangollen in July!
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Why take part in Llangollen 2019
“LIME is a wonderful platform for people from all walks of life to meet and exchange culturally. We wish this could continue and grow from strength to strength. Thank you for the opportunity to participate this year”
MotherTouch Dance Group, Zimbabwe
‘’Thank you for the most wonderful time of our lives.’’
Aroha Junior Choir, India
“What an amazing event. I brought my choir for the irst time and was blown away.Why haven’t I been before? Such a truly joyous event and such high quality.And everyone was so welcoming.Will be back!!!Thank you to everyone who made this happen.’’
Vox in Frox,The Chew Valley
“It has been a hellishly dificult summer: we have all struggled to ind words to match our thoughts. Then along comes Llangollen and we are reminded that ‘When words speaks’.
‘we look to music for its healing qualities and the calm it brings - and that will never stop’.There has been calm aplenty. there always will be while Llangollen sur vives!”
Henry Mathews, Manchester

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