Aled Jones (2003)
Nia Roberts (2005-7)
Heledd Cynwal (2009-)
Heledd Cynwal (2003)
Gareth Owen (2005-7)
Morgan Jones (2009-)
Opus for S4C, 2003-7
Rondo Media for S4C, 2009-
Biennal Welsh language choir contest.
Winners from five category-based heats (Male, Female, Mixed, Youth and Children) take part in a grand final for the title of best choir in the Land of My Fathers along with a tidy £7,000 or so.
2007 saw the introduction of an £1,000 prize for the best conductor during the series. A separate viewers' choice award was introduced four years later.
2003 - Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion (youth)
2005 - Serendipity, Cardiff (mixed)
2007 - Cywair, Newcastle Emlyn (mixed)
2009 - Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion (children)
2011 - Cywair, Newcastle Emlyn (mixed)
2013 - Côr y Wiber, Newcastle Emlyn (women)
2015 - Heol y March (children)
Best conductor award:
2007 - Mari Pritchard: Côr Ieuenctid Môn (Anglesey Youth Choir)
2009 - Sioned James: Côrdydd, Cardiff
2011 - Islwyn Evans, Cywair
2013 - Aled Phillips, Côr Meibion Rhosllannerchrugog (men)
2015 - Janet Jones, Parti Llwchwr
Viewers' choice award:
2011 - Cantata, Llanelli (women)
2013 - Côr y Cym (youth)
2015 - Parti Llwchwr (women)
Côr Cymru Cynradd (for primary school choirs)
2015 - Ysgol Iolo Morganwg
The title translates as Choir of Wales.
Recorded at The Great Hall, Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
Weaver's Week on the 2013 final.