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Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

SMJK Nan Hwa, Sitiawan

The three-day 10th Malaysian Choral Eisteddfod 2012 (formerly Young Singers Choral Festival) choral competition-cum-workshop closed with a Friendship Concert, with the participation of nine choir groups. Each choir presented two songs.

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

Kuching Church Association

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

SMJK Sam Tet, Ipoh

After an intensive choral contest earlier in the day, it was time to let their hair down. And I could see that all the participants had a good time just singing their hearts out without worrying about scoring top points.

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

SMK Tarcisian Convent, Ipoh

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

SJKC Ave Maria, Ipoh

Besides vocal prowess, song presentation and attire also played vital roles in making their choir stand out among the rest. I particularly enjoyed the choirs from SMK Tarcisian Convent, SJKC Ave Maria, and the Melodious Singers of Catholic High School from Selangor, who stood out with their dress colour combination of pink and yellow.

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

Catholic High School, Selangor

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

SMK Damansara Jaya, Selangor

Although I didn’t fancy the uniform of SMK Damansara Jaya, Selangor, their African folk song, Sin Jay Jay, was really infectious. Kudos to the choir for daring to be different.

Malaysian Eisteddfod Competition

Ipoh International School

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