(031) Tenor Solo 25 and over

Entry Deadline
 1 May 2020

Competitors must choose one song from Section A and one from Section B
Section A:
Opera:
Aria Lenski: ‘Kuda Kuda’ (‘Beth sy’ gan heddiw ar fy nghyfer’), Eugene Onegin, Tchaikovsky, Arias for Tenor [Schirmer GS81099] Welsh words by John Stoddart
‘L’amour! L’amour!’ / ‘Ah, lêve-toi, soleil’ (‘O serch! O serch! Tyrd, cwyd yn awr, o haul!’), Roméo et Juliette, Gounod Operatic Anthology Volume III: Tenor [Schirmer GS32585] Welsh words by John Stoddart

Oratorio/Mass:   
‘Thanks to my brethren’ / ‘How vain is man’ (‘Diolch fy mrodyr’ / ‘Mor falch yw dyn’), Judas Maccabeus, Handel [Novello NOV072486] Welsh words by Harri Williams

Section B:
Welsh Solo
‘Cwm Pennant’, Meirion Williams [Tŷ Cerdd TCV 107]

33. David Ellis Memorial Prize – Blue Riband
The adjudication panel will choose four competitors across the categories in competitions 29-32 to compete on the pavilion stage.
(a) Solo (Section A)
(b) Own choice of a solo by a Welsh composer excluding Meirion Williams

Prize:
David Elis Memorial Medal (Delyth Hopkins Evans, Pontrhydygroes) and £200 (Cronfa Goffa y Bariton Aeron Gwyn, enillydd y Rhuban Glas yn 2005)
Ysgoloriaeth Dai Jones (Llanilar), worth £500 for the winner of the David Ellis Memorial Prize towards accompaniment costs and further coaching
The winner will accept a special invitation to perform in Australia during the St David’s Day celebrations at the Melbourne Welsh Church

Prizes
  1. £150 (Crwys a Lal Evans, Pontrhydygroes)
  2. £100 (Crwys a Lal Evans, Pontrhydygroes)
  3. £50 (Crwys a Lal Evans, Pontrhydygroes)