MOCSA


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MOCSAMetropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (Kansas City, MO)
MOCSAMorriston Orpheus Choir Supporters' Association (est. 1974; UK)
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Competition organiser Alan Lewis said: "The MOCSA Young Welsh Singer of the Year Competition is one we are very proud of and the list of previous winners highlights the high standards that have been achieved."
He modestly says he was "shocked" to win both the MOCSA Young Welsh Singer of the Year and the Welsh Singers' Competition last year, but talent rather than luck clearly has more to do with it.
A preliminary heat is being held in Swansea during July with the final taking place during the MOCSA annual concert at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, on Saturday, September 18.
These successes were followed up with winning the MOCSA Young Welsh Singer of the Year and the Welsh Singers Competition 2010 which automatically gave Pierce entry to BBC Cardiff Singer of the World.
A recent Samling scholar, his other prizes include the MOCSA Young Welsh Singer of the Year and Welsh Singers Competition, which gave him automatic entry to BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2011.
She received the MOCSA trophy and the Ivor E Sims Memorial Prize of pounds 1000 from the choir.
I'll Walk with God - Mae'r tenor Andrew Rees, un o gyn-enillwyr Gwobr Canwr Ifanc Y Flwyddyn MOCSA wedi canu gyda ni sawl gwaith.
Last year he achieved the accolade Mocsa Young Welsh Singer of the Year - once again exactly 20 years after Terfel won the title.
She also enjoyed involving young people in the choir's work, particularly finalists from the MOCSA competition.
'I want to develop our annual MOCSA competition further.
A 22-YEAR-OLD Neath soprano has won this year's prestigious Mocsa award sponsored by Morriston Orpheus Choir Supporters Association.
The Swansea based Morriston Orpheus Choir Supporters Association (Mocsa) Singer of the Year contest gets under way next Saturday.