Win tickets to the International Youth Choir Festival

Your chance to win two tickets to the final concert of the International Youth Choir Festival at the Southbank Centre

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Win tickets to the International Youth Choir Festival
The Mzansi Youth Choir will take part in London's International Youth Choir Festival
Competition Dates: 
22nd March 2017 - 5th April 2017
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We are giving away three pairs of tickets to the final concert of the International Youth Choir Festival on 17 April, in London's Southbank Centre. To enter, answer the following question about the festival on our Facebook page.

Terms and conditions:

The closing date for entries is noon on 31/03/2017. Only one entry will be accepted per user. Entries received after the closing date of the promotion will not be considered. The winners will be drawn at random from those who answer the question correctly. Three winners will be awarded a pair of tickets each. To read the full terms and conditions, click here.

 

 

Global Voices: Programme

Eight of the world's leading youth choirs perform Jonathan Dove's humanist cantata There Was A Child. The concert is hosted by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, who present the first half of the programme.

Alessandro Striggio: Ecce beatam lucem

Traditional: Raga, Desh arr. Ethan Sperry

Eriks Esenvalds: Northern lights

Traditional: Kuai le de ju hui (Happy reunion) arr. Chuan-Sheng Lu

Anders Edenroth: Water

Thomas Guthrie: SAL:VEH (staged commission after Marquez & Hidalgo) (World premiere)

Paul Stanhope: Bangaray! The land is healed from Jandamarra

Kerry Andrew: who we are

Interval

Jonathan Dove: There was a child - oratorio for solo voices, chorus, children's chorus & orchestra

 

More information about the concert is available from the Southbank Centre website, here.

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