Bryn Terfel Scholarship
Ysgoloriaeth Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel
Bryn Terfel Urdd Scholarship award 2013
The 2013 Bryn Terfel Scholarship will be held on Sunday 6 October in Aberystwyth Arts Centre's Great Hall. Six of the individual competition winners under 25 years old will compete for the title and the elusive scholarship worth £4000.
The six competitors are:
- Steffan Rhys Hughes, Aelwyd y Waun Ddyfal
- Rhodri Prys Jones, Aelwyd Penllys
- Trystan Gruffydd, Adran Bro Taf
- Chloe Bradshaw, Aelod Unigol Morgannwg Ganol
- Gareth Davies, Aelwyd y Drindod
- Dion Lloyd Davies, Aelwyd Emlyn
For tickets which are £10 please contact the Arts Centre's Box Office on 01970623232 or www.aber.ac.uk/artscentre
What is the Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship?
The Bryn Terfel Scholarship is worth £4,000 to the winner of one of the Urdd Eisteddfod's under 25 solo competitions.
Each of the 8 solo winners are invited to compete for the Scholarship during a special evening in the Autumn following the Eisteddfod. The competitors are asked to produce a 12 minutes programme to perform in front of distinguish guest judges who will decide the eventual winner of the Scholarship. The main aim of the Scholarship is to nurture the talents of Wales's best up and coming talent and give them the opportunity to develop within their field. Before the Scholarship the eight competitors receives a Master Class by an expert who will advise them on how to improve their performances and gain some extra marks.
Previous winners of the Bryn Terfel Scholorship:
2012 Eryri - Huw Ynyr Evans
2011 Swansea and district - Glain Dafydd
2010 Ceredigion - Elgan Llyr Thomas
2009 Cardiff Bay - Catrin Angharad Roberts
2008 Conwy - Rhian Lois Evans
2007 Carmarthenshire - Manon Wyn Williams
2006 Denbighshire - Rhys Taylor
2005 Wales Millenium Center - Lowri Walton
2004 Anglesey - Rakhi Singh
2003 Tawe Nedd and Afan - Aled Pedrig
2002 Cardiff - Rhian Mair Lewis
2001 Cancelled due to Foot and Mouth diesease
2000 Vale of Conwy - Fflur Wyn
1999 Lampeter - Mirain Haf