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The Big Sing National Finale: 22-24 August – Streaming Video

The Big Sing National Finale: 22-24 August – Streaming Video

Video courtesy of The NZ Choral Federation and R2.co.nz

Welcome to the webcast of the The Big Sing National Final. The webcast is from Monday 22 August until Wednesday 26 August 2011. Webcast times will be in accordance with Recital times as advised on the Big Sing website.

Due to the nature of live events, you may need to reload the player page, press the play button to start the video feed or wait a few moments until the video begins. It is expected that the video streams will be live from approximately 8:45am NZ Time.

Alternative bit rates are available here.

After the event, recordings will be made available, at the original R2.co.nz webpage.


About The Big Sing

THE BIG SING is a dynamic, national group-singing competition for secondary school students. Festivals are held in June of each year in eleven New Zealand regions. Three nationally-appointed area adjudicators travel to the regional festivals, commenting on the overall performances and providing each participating choir with a written report. At the conclusion of the regional festivals, eighteen choirs are selected to participate in THE BIG SING National Finale and compete bronze, silver, gold and platinum awards. THE BIG SING committee also chooses up to four guest choirs to attend the National Finale and receive additional workshop time.

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