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Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022: Voting now open for People’s Choice Award

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Voting for the People’s Choice Award category of Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022 has now opened.

A panel of experienced musicians whittled down the entries to come up with a final shortlist of six, which were announced last month.

The six choirs will all perform live at a special celebration event at the Charter Theatre in Preston on 24 November 2022.

Various category winners will be announced on the night, culminating with crowning of the winner of Lancashire Choir of Year 2022.

The People’s Choice Award will also be announced, with voting now open. Members of the public have until 12 noon on Friday 18 November to vote.

To watch the six videos of our finalists, visit: www.lancashire.gov.uk/choir-of-the-year/finalists

The six finalists are:

  • Blackpool Male Voice Choir
  • Clitheroe Parish Church Amateur Operatic Dramatic Society (CPCAODS) – show choir
  • Red Rosettes Show Chorus
  • Lancaster Royal Grammar School Choir
  • Aughton Male Voice Choir
  • Rossendale Male Voice Choir

County Councillor Peter Buckley, Lancashire County Council’s cabinet member for community and cultural services, said: “We knew Lancashire boasted many talented choirs, but the number and quality of entries we received this year has truly exceeded all our expectations.

“Our judges had a very difficult task in whittling all of the entries down to six, and now the public get to choose which choir is the true stand out for them.

“Singing is a great way of bringing people of all ages and backgrounds together, and I look forward to seeing how the public vote in the People’s Choice category.

“It’s the fun of taking part that matters most, and I want to once again thank everyone who entered this year’s competition.

Click here to cast your vote in the People’s Choice Award 2022.

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