Welsh Singers Competition
The Welsh Singers Competition is a biennial singing competition that is held in Cardiff, Wales. The winner of the competition represents Wales in the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World the following year. The Competition is open to Welsh singers at the early stages of their career. The final of the competition is held at St David's Hall in Cardiff.
- The winner of the 1994 competition was Eldrydd Cynan Jones (Soprano)
- The winner of the 2000 competition was Joanne Thomas (Mezzo-soprano).
- The winner of the 2002 competition was Elizabeth Donovan (Soprano)
- The winner of the 2004 competition was Camilla Roberts (Soprano). The other finalists were Fflur Wyn (Soprano), Cecilia Eleri Smiga and Mark Chaundy (Tenor).
- The winner of the 2006 competition was Sarah-Jane Davies (Soprano). The other finalists were Caryl Hughes (Mezzo-soprano), Paul Carey Jones (Baritone) and Alun Rhys Jenkins (Tenor).
- The winner of the 2008 competition was Natalya Romaniw (soprano). The other finalists were Laura Parfitt (soprano), John Pierce (tenor) and Claire Watkins (soprano).
- The winner of the 2010 competition was John Pierce (tenor).The other finalists were Catrin Aur Davies (soprano), Rebecca Afonwy-Jones (mezzo) and Samuel Evans (baritone).
- The winner of the 2012 competition was Gary Griffiths (Baritone). The other finalists were Rhian Lois (soprano), Fflur Wyn (soprano), Sioned Gwen Davies (mezzo).
- "Welsh Singers Competition". Welsh Singers Competition. Retrieved 2007-10-07.
- Jeremy Huw Williams
- Hand picked by a star tenor
- Joanne Thomas
- 2004 Competition
- "Goal in sight for top Welsh singer". Media Wales Ltd. Retrieved 2008-09-07.
- Welsh Singers Competition