(017) Entertainment Programme Choir of no fewer than 20 members

Entry Deadline
 1 May 2020

Competitors are encouraged to perform a varied programme of their own choice of music from different genres for up to 12 minutes, to include three of the following elements: pop, musical, glee, religious, jazz, gospel, barbershop, rock etc. Choirs will not be permitted to sing the same song in another category during the Eisteddfod.
This competition will be held on Sunday 2 August 2020

  1. Cwpan Y Cymro to be held for a year and £750 (Grwp Ffrindiau Ardal Tregaron a'r Cylch)
  2. £500 (Cyfreithwyr Arnold Davies Vincent Evans)
  3. £300 (£150 Bois y Gilfach; £150 Côr Eisteddfod Penrhyn-coch)

The Ann Dwynant Medal, to be held for a year, will be presented to the conductor of the winning choir.

24. Best Welsh Song
Cwpan y Ffiwsilwyr Cymreig to be held for a year and £250 (£150 Sesiwn Nos Wener, Tal-y-bont; £100 Gwynfor a Shelagh Jones, Aberystwyth er cof am Dan Morgan Jones, y cerddor o Bontrhydfendigaid), will be awarded to a choir in the choral section for the best performance of a piece by a Welsh composer.
25. Festival Choral Conductor in memory of Sioned James to the best choral conductor according to adjudicators.
Trophy to be held for a year (Côrdydd and Sioned’s family)
26. Festival Choir
The adjudication panel will choose one of the winning choirs to receive a prize of £1,000, the Welsh Guards Cup to be held for a year, and a workshop with an international conductor to be held at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff.