CGN: “At least until January 20 reduced registration fees for the 2021 season”

Published on 02-01-2021 in Seizoen 2021

CGN: “At least until January 20 reduced registration fees for the 2021 season”

In the Netherlands, the measures were tightened up in December, at least up to and including 19 January 2021. This means many groups currently have difficulty making the right choices for their registration. That is why CGN has decided to extend the registration period until January 20, 2021.

CGN has received many positive reactions as a result of its presentation about the CGN 2021 Season. Many associations are enthusiastic about the possibilities that were presented at the time. Shortly afterward, the measures were further tightened, so that associations almost came to a standstill. As a result, a large number of associations have already indicated to CGN that they will participate, but they find it difficult to choose which events to go to now, not knowing what can and cannot be done after 19 January.

In addition, associations also had the time to think about what is possible and that has yielded many great ideas. But then one needs a little more time to work this out. In particular, participation in the CGN Solo and Ensemble competitions, the CGN Challenges, and the CGN eTalent competition is envisaged. Of course, we like to give them the space for that. The discount on the registration fee will therefore continue to apply in any case until January 20, 2021.

You can register via the CGN Intranet.

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