Arts / Brisbane choir wins top title

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QUEENSLAND all-female choir Canterbury College Cantabile Choir won the National Eisteddfod Choirs Division’s Australian Choral Challenge at Llewellyn Hall on Saturday night. The choir also took home the Best Performance of an Australian Composition and the 19 Years and Under titles over the two-day eisteddfod.

Australian National Eisteddfod, Choirs Division 2014 results:

10 Years and Under, first place, Canberra Grammar Year 2 Choir; 12 Years and Under, first, Arawang Primary School Senior Choir; highly commended, Holy Cross Catholic Primary School, Sydney; Contemporary Choral, first, Southern Voices, Victoria; second, Echology, the University of Newcastle Chamber Choir; Sacred Choral, first, Echology; second, Southern Voices; Multicultural Section, first, Bel Cantare Choir, NSW; second, Echology; third, Kompactus, ACT; Australia-Britain Prize, first, Kompactus; second, Echology; 19 Years and Under, first, Canterbury College Cantabile Choir, Brisbane; second, Radford Camerata Choir; 12 Years and Under Championship, equal first, ACT Primary Concert Choir and Turner Trebles; Popular, first, Divine Divas of Sunbury, Victoria; second, Brindabella Chorus, ACT; Australian Choral Challenge, first, Canterbury College Cantabile Choir; second, Echology; Best ACT Choir, The Resonants; highly commended, Divine Divas of Sunbury and Bel Cantare; Best Performance of an Australian Composition, Canterbury College Cantabile Choir; ArtSound FM One Hour Recording Session for an ACT Choir, Kompactus.

 

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