Lokadewatanews.com – Badung – Bali – Twenty-three adult choir groups from 6 provinces performed their best performance at the Bali Christmas Choir Competition Bali Regional Police Championship held at the Cultural Hall of the Giri Nata Mandala Center in Badung Puspem from December 16-18, 2019.
Three judges, namely Sonja Simanjuntak from Indonesia, Ily Matthew Maniano from the Philippines and Hwang Hwa Sook from South Korea found it difficult to determine the champions because the young talents who took part in this choir championship were very riveting and extraordinary.
The jury finally decided the Voice of Bali Choir, Manado State University Student Choir and Sam Ratulangi University Choir as the first, second and third winners of the Bali Christmas Choir Competition in the Bali Regional Police Championship.
Chairman of the Bali Regional Bhayangkari, Ny. Barbara Golose immediately handed over prizes to the winners. They received trophies, certificates and coaching money. Champion I gets Rp 30 million, Champion II gets Rp 20 million, while Champion III gets Rp 10 million. Then the champions were also declared to qualify for the grand prix.
Bali Police Chief, Inspector General of Police. Dr. Petrus Reinhard Golose thanked the participants who had participated in the choir championship that was first held by the Bali Police. According to him, all participants who had performed were tebraik and the jury had carried out their duties professionally without any intervention.
“I was impressed with the young talents who took part in this choir championship. All participants have competed competitively and all groups have given their best performances, “said Inspector General of Police. Dr. Petrus Reinhard Golose, Wednesday (18/12).
“Congratulations to the choir group who won in the adult category. Hopefully we can maintain the results obtained and be able to win the grand prix Bali Christmas Choir Competition, “he continued.
This 1988 Akpol graduate general advised the other choir groups who had not yet been chosen as champions to not be sad because Bali was too beautiful to be a place of sadness, especially in the atmosphere of Christmas celebrations at this time.
“Make this competition a valuable experience to motivate yourself to be a better choir group in the future. Keep training and maintain team cohesiveness, “said the Bali Police Chief.(Team).