(040) Tenor Solo 19 and under 25

Entry Deadline
 1 May 2020

Choose one song from Section A and one from Section B
Section A:
Opera:
‘C’est vrai ... ma tête est folle!’/‘En ferment les yeux’ ‘Mae’n wir, fy mhen sy’n troelli’ / ‘Cau fy llygaid wnaf’, Manon, Massenet Arias for Tenor [Schirmer GS8109] Welsh words by Sian Meinir
‘Un’aura amorosa’ (‘Awelon ein cariad’) , Cosi Fan Tutte, Mozart Arias for Tenor [Schirmer GS8109] Welsh words by John Stoddart

Oratorio/Mass:  
‘Great Dagon has subdu’d our foe (‘Mae Dagon wedi concro’n awr’), Samson, Handel [Novello NOV 070144] Welsh words by TH Parry-Williams

Section B:
Welsh Solo
Any solo from ‘Y Rhosyn a’r Gwynt’, Eric Jones [Curiad 9043]

42. Osborne Roberts Memorial Prize – The Blue Riband
The adjudication panel will choose four competitors across the categories in competitions 38-41 to compete on the pavilion stage.
(a) Solo from Section A
(b) Own choice of a solo by a Welsh composer excluding the work of Eric Jones

Prize:
Osborne Roberts Memorial Prize (Huw Rhys Evans) and £150 (Rhiannon Lewis, Cwmann)
National Welsh-American Foundation Prize. The winner will receive an additional prize from the National Welsh-American Foundation to enable him / her to visit North America to perform during the annual North American festival in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the final weekend of August / beginning of September 2021.
Violet Mary Lewis Scholarship worth £220, donated by her son, Dr Cyril David Jones, Michigan, USA, and her daughter, Phyllis Marie Jones-Gaide, Florida, USA, for the best soprano in competition 49 to receive further training.
David Lloyd and Jean Skidmore, Aberdovey Memorial Funds - £160 from the David Lloyd Memorial Prize Fund and £60 from the Jean Skidmore, Aberdovey, Memorial Fund, in memory of David Lloyd, for the best tenor in competition 51 to receive further training.

Scholarships
The following scholarship is to be used to promote the winner’s career. No-one may receive any scholarship more than once, but individuals can compete to win the prizes. See General Rules and Terms no. 21
William Park-Jones Scholarship worth £2,000 presented to the winner of the Osborne Roberts Memorial Prize.
London Welsh Male Voice Choir Scholarship worth £500, presented to the winner of the Osborne Roberts Memorial Prize.
William Park-Jones Scholarship worth £1,000 to the most promising soloist in competitions 38-41 to enable him / her to receive further training at a recognised music school or college or by a recognised vocal tutor.

Prizes
  1. £100 (Teifryn Rees, Llanelli)
  2. £60 (Huw Rhys-Evans)
  3. £40 (Huw Rhys-Evans)
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