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KEY CONCERT DATES 2011

Wednesday 27th April

Opening International Gala Concert, Truro Methodist Church, 7.30pm, Boys Choirs

Thursday 28th April

Regional Gala Concerts, 7.30pm: Falmouth Methodist Church; Penzance Chapel St. Chapel; Saltash Methodist Church; Wadebridge School.

Friday 29th April

Lunchtime International Concert, Truro Cathedral, 1.10pm

International Gala Concert, Truro Cathedral, 7.30pm

Regional Gala Concerts, 7.30pm: Porthleven Methodist Church; St Andrew's Church, Redruth; St Agnes Methodist Church; St. Neot's Church, St Neot.

Saturday 30th April

International Gala Concert, 8.00pm Hall for Cornwall Truro

Regional Gala Concerts, 7.30pm: Launceston Methodist Church; St Pol de Leon Church, Paul; St Petroc's Church, Padstow; St John's Methodist Church, St Austell.

Sunday 1st May

Regional Gala Concerts, 7.30pm: All Saints Church Falmouth; Bude Central Methodist Church; Camborne Wesley Church (8.00pm); St Just Methodist Chapel; Helston Methodist Church; St Michael's Church, Newquay; St Elwyn's Church Hayle.

Monday 2nd May

Lunchtime International Concert, Truro Cathedral 12.30pm

Finale International Gala Concert, Hall for Cornwall, Truro, 7.30pm

OTHER KEY DATES 2011

Wednesday 27th April - Thursday 28th April

School outreach workshops with non-UK choirs visiting local schools for workshops.

Friday 29th April

Symposium, workshops and master classes: Bristol Hotel, Newquay and other local venues.

Saturday 30th April

International Competitions, Hall for Cornwall, Truro Click for further details

Informal singing performances at Lanhydrock; in Truro City Piazza, the Lander Gallery and Tinners Court

Sunday 1st May

Informal singing performances at: Minack Theatre; The Lost Gardens of Heligan; The National Maritime Museum, Falmouth; The Eden Project.

Monday 2nd May

Informal Singing Performances at: The Eden Project, Tate St Ives & Pendennis Castle

Participating Choirs 2011

Truro Cathedral

Non-UK choirs

Ballinteer Male Voice Choir (Ireland), Boni Pueri (Czech Republic), Co. Sligo Golf Club Male Voice Choir (Ireland), Donkozakkenkoor Nederland (Netherlands), Dubna Boys Choir (Moscow), Espoo Male Singers (Finland), Estonian National Opera Boys Choir, Helsinki Academic Male Choir KYL (Finland), Sons of Lafayette Male Choir (Georgia USA), Lubomir (Ryazan Russia), Nepalaya Lok Kala Manch (Nepal) and Warsaw Boys Choir (Poland)

UK Male Choirs

Basingstoke, Bristol, Budleigh Salterton, Canoldir, Derbyshire Constabulary, Dore, Dursley, Epsom, Gledholt, Honley, Huntingdon, Peterborough, Snowdown Colliery and Talgarth Male Voice Choirs; Synergy Male Chorus, Warwickshire County Choristers.

Cornish Male Choirs

Burraton, City of Truro, Eight in a Bar, Falmouth Glee Singers, Four Lanes, Holman Climax, Imerys Mid Cornwall, Launceston, Loveny, Liskerret, Marazion Apollo, Mevagissey, Mousehole, Nankersey, Newquay, Pelynt, Praze Hayle, Polperro Fishermen, Rame Peninsula, St. Buryan, St Stythians, Tamar Valley, The Men of Good Fortune, Tintagel Orpheus, Treverva, Wadebridge.

Cornwall Boys Choir, Cornwall Changing Voices, Truro Cathedral Choir

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The Festival is extremely grateful to Adrian Rowlands and Margaret Hocking of Truro Camera Club, Andy Davies of Camborne/Redruth Camera Club and Paul McCullagh of Wadebridge Camera Club, extracts of whose photographs taken during the 2011 Festival will increasingly feature on this website. For further details of the photographs, please contact the Festival Director.