Members of the YFCU recently showcased a range of musical pieces at the association’s annual choir festival at CAFRE, Loughry Campus.
Fourteen choirs took part in the festival and the large audience had the opportunity to enjoy some fine singing with a wide range of song choices.
Adjudicators on the night were Ruth McCartney and Helen Aiken and compere was YFCU deputy president, Roberta Simmons who introduced the choirs.
At the end of the evening the adjudicators gave the participating choirs the benefit of their expertise by relating some constructive and encouraging advice on each of their performances.
YFCU deputy president, Roberta Simmons said: “The choir festival is a very popular evening in the YFCU events calendar.
“All the choirs who took part have worked very hard on their performances and the evening was very enjoyable.
“It certainly got everyone in the festive spirit.”
The YFCU would like to thank CAFRE for the use of the facilities and YFCU deputy president Roberta Simmons for leading the evening. Special thanks must also go to the adjudicators for giving up their time to adjudicate the event.
The results were as follows:
1st prize – Glarryford YFC
2nd prize – Moycraig YFC
3rd prize – Finvoy YFC
Best solo – Alice Purcell, Dungiven YFC
Best choral piece – Glarryford YFC for Let it Go
Best accompaniment – Gillian Wallace, Lylehill YFC
Best new comer – Moycraig YFC