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  • In the homeland of Mozart

    Choirs and Singers from all around the world. Welcome to the capital of music, Salzburg! meeting music proudly announce its new series of choral festival in 2017.   Salzburg International Choral Celebration & Competition will be held in June 14-19, 2017 After Budapest meet in another musical city! Choirs may compete in the the well-known... read more
  • Budapest International Choir Festival & Competition - Where it all began

    Proudly announce April 9-13, 2017 to meet in Budapest, Hungary to celebrate the 16th edition of the famous and well known event, Budapest International Choir Festival & Competition! In 1988, a new festival and competition series for choirs to enjoy singing through competitive and noncompetitive way in one big event were started. Meet Maestro G&a... read more
  • Great place for great performances

    Let’s a talk about the other concert hall regarding Choral Celebration and Laurea Mundi Budapest: The Palace of Arts, known to Hungarians simply as Müpa is one of Hungary's best known cultural brands and one of its most modern cultural institutions. It provides perfect home for classical, contemporary, popular and world music concert, f... read more
  • Where the miracles born - stages of Laurea Mundi Budapest

    Have a look inside - find out where competitions will be held at Laurea Mundi Budapest and the International Honor Choirs, where Artistic Directors Henry Leck, Treble Choir, and Gábor Hollerung, Mixed Choir, will conduct a program celebrating the legacy of Zoltán Kodály which will premiere a new Hungarian composition.   ... read more
  • Where to go in Rome?

    If you are in Rome there are many sights at every step. Today's Rome, is a vibrant and lively city with reminders of its past everywhere. You can find ancient Roman sites, medieval and Renaissance buildings and fountains, great museums, and beautiful squares. The city is a living museum of history from Roman times to present. It also boasts many fi... read more
  • Sacile, another destination for Venezia in Musica

    Besides Caorle and Venice, if you a member of our Venetian singing team, you surely visit this little pearl of Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. In this little town you can find places you might not have expected there: the Duomo di Sacile, developed on the ruins of the old church of St. Nicholas, it was build between 1474 and 1496. The facade is in ... read more
  • “Caorle - Venetian charm and romantic beaches”

    Be located close to the beach and find your way walking around right into a medieval Venetian village, defined by it's own leaning church tower and narrow passageways. Try an original gelati and enjoy the view around. The cathedral in Caorle (duomo) was built on the remains of a previous church dating from the VIII century. Next to the church t... read more
  • Where to go in Venice?

    Maybe there is no people who doesn’t know anything about Venice. For some of us Venice is the city of love, for others a pinch of history or a sinking wonder world caused by global warming. But it is not so well-known fact that there are 115 small islands, linked by more than 354 public bridges under which flow about 177 canals. Besides Venic... read more
  • Concorso Corale in Riva del Garda

    It would not be a typical meeting music event if we would not take care of you through the personal contact, with well-known, highly qualified artistic mentors, great venues and exciting programs as well. Besides the hard work everybody needs free time to reload the batteries. In Riva it doesn’t matter that you are fun of sports or curio... read more
  • Artistic Director for Salzburg International

    He was involved in music from his early childhood on, his father, Josef Wolfgang Ziegler, a well-known Austrian composer and choral director taught the first musical steps to him. Singing and playing the violin became his passions. In the USA he started composing electronic music. As a professional musician he joined the Vienna Johann Strau... read more