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BBC Radio 3 Breakfast Christmas Carol Competition 2014
We are celebrating Christmas in a memorable way this year with our first ever Carol Competition. Earlier in the year Radio 3 Breakfast listeners were invited to write a choral setting of the poem “Can it be True?” (click here to read the poem) by the acclaimed author Susan Hill. After a fantastic response, the judging panel, which included Master of the Queen’s Music Judith Weir and choral conductor David Hill, chose a shortlist of six. These will be performed live on air from 08:00 GMT on Tuesday 16th December by the BBC Singers.
From 08:55 GMT on Tuesday 16th December you will be able to vote for the overall winner from the six - click here for the page where the iVote will take place. To take part in the iVote you will need to register with BBCiD. The iVote will close at 17:00 GMT on Monday 22nd December.
The Specialist Classical Chart
The Specialist Classical Chart is announced during the Monday editions of In Tune, with music selected from the Chart played in Breakfast at 8am on Fridays.