Commonwealth Children's Choir Competition 2016
Registration Form

Name of Children’s Choir
Location of where the Children’s Choir is based
Contact name of Children’s Choir Representative
Contact E-mail of Children’s Choir Representative
Contact phone number of Children’s Choir Representative
Terrestrial Address of Children’s Choir Representative

Number of voices in the entrant choir
Date of birth of all members of entrant choir
Place of birth of all members of entrant choir
Nationality of all members of entrant choir


Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016
Rules and Regulations

1. The competition is open to all children’s choirs (ages 9 – 12 years) in any of the 52 countries of the Commonwealth

2. The Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 is not open to professional choirs

3. Each entrant to the Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 is required to perform

  • The Commonwealth Anthem
  • A Song For The Commonwealth by Simon Haw

4. The entrant children’s choir should have between 20 - 40 singers

5. The age limit of the members of the choir is 9 – 12 years

6. Only one entry per entrant choir will be allowed

7. Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 entries can be made from:

Monday 2 January 2017, 10.00 am GMT until Monday 6 February 2017, 10.00 am GMT

8. During the entry period the entry must be uploaded to YouTube and the link sent to the competition organisers with a completed entry form to cyo@btconnect.com

9. Entrants which have been previous winners in another Commonwealth Music Competition(s) will not be eligible for entry

10. The judge’s decision shall be final and no correspondence will be entered into

11. All entrants have to agree and abide by the rules for eligibility of the Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016

12. Making an entry to the Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 will act as an agreement by the entrant to the Rules and Regulations of the competition

13. The entrant declares that their music entry is their own work, or joint work of the group that they represent, and that it is a bona fide children’s choir

14. The entrant will provide with its entry 500 words explaining why music is important in its community

15. The winner of the Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 will give performing and recording rights of the winning entry to the Commonwealth Youth Orchestra & Choir

16. The result of the Commonwealth Children’s Choir Competition 2016 will be announced on Commonwealth Day Monday 13 March 2017