2009 concert schedule

St David's Hall, Cardiff. Photo © Brian Tarr

The schedule of performances in June 2009.

The 2009 competition featured two parts: the main BBC Cardiff Singer of the World contest and the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Song Prize. There was also a day of master classes given by members of the jury of the two competitions.

Saturday 6 June 2009

Song Prize recital one

7.30pm, New Theatre, Cardiff

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Sunday 7 June 2009

Song Prize recital two

2pm, New Theatre, Cardiff

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BBC Cardiff Singer of the World concert one

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Monday 8 June 2009

Song Prize recital three

2pm, New Theatre, Cardiff

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BBC Cardiff Singer of the World concert two

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Tuesday 9 June 2009

Song Prize recital four

2pm, New Theatre, Cardiff

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BBC Cardiff Singer of the World concert three

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Wednesday 10 June 2009

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World concert four

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Thursday 11 June 2009

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World concert five

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Friday 12 June 2009

Song Prize final

7.30pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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Saturday 13 June 2009

Master classes

11am, New Theatre, Cardiff

Master class

12.30pm, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff

Master class

3pm, New Theatre, Cardiff

Master class

4pm, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff

Sunday 14 June 2009

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World final

5pm, St David's Hall, Cardiff

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