|Presented by||Aled Jones (2003)|
Nia Roberts (2005–07)
Heledd Cynwal (2009–)
|Starring||Heledd Cynwal (2003)|
Gareth Owen (2005–07)
Morgan Jones (2009–)
|Country of origin||Wales|
|No. of series||8|
|Production location(s)||The Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Opus (2003–07)|
|Original release||1 March 2003 –|
|Related shows||Last Choir Standing|
Côr Cymru is a Welsh TV competition searching for the best choir in Wales, which airs every 2 years on S4C. The first series was presented by Aled Jones and Heledd Cynwal in 2003, but subsequent series have been fronted by Nia Roberts and Gareth Owen.
The show sees choirs competing against each other in knockout-style semi finals in five different categories (female voice, male voice, mixed, youth (16–25 years), and children's choirs). The winners in each category then compete in the live final for the grand title of "Choir of Wales".
Facilities supplied by The Barcud Derwen Group.
The winners of the title so far are:
|2003||The Ceredigion School of Music|
|2009||The Ceredigion School of Music|
|2013||Côr Y Wiber|
|2015||Côr Heol y March|
|2017||Côr Merched Sir Gâr|
|2019||Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion|
- Best conductor award
- 2007 - Mari Pritchard: Côr Ieuenctid Môn (Anglesey Youth Choir)
- 2009 - Sioned James: Côrdydd, Cardiff
- 2011 - Islwyn Evans, Cywair
- 2013 - Aled Phillips, Côr Meibion Rhosllannerchrugog (men)
- 2015 - Janet Jones, Parti Llwchwr
- 2017 - Eilir Owen Griffiths, CF1
- Viewers' choice award
- 2011 - Cantata, Llanelli (women)
- 2013 - Côr y Cym (youth)
- 2015 - Parti Llwchwr (women)
- 2017 - Côr Ieuenctid Môn
- Côr Cymru Cynradd (for primary school choirs)
- 2015 - Ysgol Iolo Morganwg
- 2017 - Ysgol Pen Barras
Eurovision Choir of the Year
- S4C Press Release Archived 26 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine
- Granger, Anthony (9 April 2017). "Côr Merched Sir Gâr to Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017". eurovoix.com. Eurovoix. Retrieved 9 April 2017.
- Granger, Anthony (7 April 2019). "Wales: Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion Selected For Eurovision Choir of the Year 2019". eurovoix.com. Eurovoix. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
- Granger, Anthony (5 April 2017). "Wales: Selects for Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017 on April 9". eurovoix.com. Eurovoix. Retrieved 5 April 2017.
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