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to a concert: Schools music contest.

TALENTED young musicians from all around North Wales will be hoping to shine at the second In Tune With Wales Schools music competition in the new year.

The contest sees pupils from secondary schools across the country battle for musical honours in choral and instrumental categories. The winners get the chance to play centre stage at Welsh Proms Cardiff 2008.

The competition is sponsored by Lloyds TSB which has invited every secondary school in Wales to enter the initial heats by submitting a short instrumental or choral musical recording performed by their pupils.

The winners of the inaugural 2007 competition were Freefall, a jazz band made up of Year 11 pupils from Penglais School, Aberystwyth.

The winning groups will also receive pounds 1,000 for their school.

Schools across Wales will receive information detailing how to enter in January. Interested schools must register their interest by February 1 and submit a recording of their piece by March 20.
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Date:Dec 28, 2007
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