The Glamorgan Music School, based here in the Vale of Glamorgan, has opened its virtual Eisteddfod up to students across South Wales.
Entries cost £5 with participants able to perform and compete in the virtual Eisteddfod with all instruments and school age groups catered for. Those who take part in the online event will be featured on the school's social media channels and will have a chance of winning a variety of medals and trophies.
The Eisteddfod will have a panel of expert judges,, including Opera singer Wynne Evans, The Corey Band’s Tom Hutchinson, Iwan Griffiths from the Automatic, and a who’s who of professional musicians associated with the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Mrs Kat Kuczynski, Deputy Head and Music Teacher for the Gamorgan Music School told Bro Radio:
"We are keeping Welsh tradition strong and ensuring otherwise non-existent performance opportunities to lots of students.
"Our Online Eisteddfod is open to all pupils between reception and year 13 learning anywhere in South Wales, not only pupils of our music school!"
The event will be taking place on the 27th and 28th March, with entries and further information are available on the school's website, here with registrations open until the 25th February.