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Cardiff Singer Cardiff Singer | 13:29 UK time, Saturday, 18 June 2011

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition logo (2011)

The audience at St David's Hall was treated to a thrilling Song Prize Final last night. Coverage is on BBC Four tonight at 7.30pm and BBC Radio 3 at 8pm.

If you don't want to know who won, DON'T click on this link.

See the Frockwatch gallery of the Song Prize Final.

Tomorrow is the grand final, with performances from singers by Olesysa Petrova from Russia, Andrei Bondarenko from Ukraine, Hye Jung Lee from South Korea, Meeta Raval from England and Valentina Nafornita from Moldova. Find out what is being sung.

The five 2011 finalists

The five 2011 finalists

Today, the finalists are rehearsing and some of the non-finalists are taking part in master classes with members of the jury.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    At least the BBC has recognized the lieder prize after neglect since Bryn won it. I'm still thinking that the lieder prize would be better if it moved to Leeds http://www.leedslieder.org.uk/ and Cardiff was recognised as an opera competition only.

  • Comment number 2.

    My wife nd I have enoyed the broadcasts on BBC4 but I would have thought that with so many new chanels we could have been treated to the whole show each night.
    Also
    our TV sound ranges from 0 - 100 and we can usually watch at 35-40. But for these programmes we have had to turn up to 80-90. This probably distorts the sound and explains why we didn't appreciate some of the singers as much as the judges. Please rectify!

 

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