Christ College Singer of the Year Competition
Monday 25 March 7.00pm – The Chapel
This evening always shows off singing at its very best in the gloriously supportive acoustic of the Christ College Chapel. The winner of the competition receives The Dargavel Trophy, a magnificent prancing horse which is named after the late Tom Dargavel, who did so much to support the Creative Arts here at Christ College. The Intermediate round takes place in the afternoon, before the Advanced round in the evening. The adjudicator for the evening round will be Catherine Perfect, a professional singer and teacher based in Gloucestershire.
We are most grateful to Creative Risk Solutions for their generous sponsorship of the Christ College Singer of the Year Competition.
Refreshments for the evening event will be served from 6.30pm in the Neuadd Foyer.
Ticket are free and available through Ticketsource – http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/christcollegebrecon
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