YOUNG SINGERS REACH THE FINAL OF THE 30th MOCSA COMPETITION
The Morriston Orpheus Choir Supporters’ Association (MOCSA) continues its long history of support for up-and-coming young singers with the announcement of the arrangements for the Final of the 30th Young Welsh Singer of the Year Competition. This will take place in the splendid Brangwyn Hall,
The Competition is open to young Welsh singers (with a qualification by birth, parentage or residence) who are studying singing full-time in one of the many Vocal Studies departments in Colleges and Universities throughout the
Adriano Graziani (Royal College of Music) - a Tenor originally from Neath, now living in
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Claire Watkins. (
The winner will receive the MOCSA Trophy to hold for a year; the Ivor Sims Memorial Prize (donated by the Choir) of £1000 and a silver salver presented by Morganite Electrical Carbon Limited. All four finalists receive a £300 prize and the 3 runners-up receive an engraved plaque.
MOCSA receives generous support from the Jane Hodge Foundation.
Notes for Editors
1. The Choir holds rehearsals on Wednesday and Sunday evenings
2. Further information may be obtained from Clive G Williams, Sian Pearce 01639 631684, 07921 776613 or John C Betts, 01792 419714.
3. Visit the Morriston Orpheus Choir web site at www.morristonorpheus.com