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  • Gospel singers - this is for you

    Do you like the Sister Act’s choir scenes? And always wanted to sing gospel and spiritual choir works? Looking for a competition or festival to bring joy to the stage? gladly invites you in July 1-5, 2016 to Rome (Italy), for the 7th Musica Eterna Roma International Choir Festival & Competition. Early Bird deadline is open till 15 Decemb... read more
  • Starlight express for choirs - Don´t miss it!

    Do you know what Toruń in Poland is famous for? Besides this place is the hometown of the Renaissance mathematician and astronomer, Copernicus, next June this marvelous city will again host to the PER MUSICAM AD ASTRA 2016 International Copernicus Choir Festival and Competition. Take the advantage of the early bird discount and apply till Dece... read more
  • Multi dicunt by Vytautas Miškinis for Mixed Choir

    This way we find a tuneful Lithuanian song for you composed by a from top to toe choral lover composer, Vytautas Miškinis.   Miškinis began his career at the age of seven as a vocalist in a Youth Choir, and continued as Artistic Director from the age of 25. With choirs he has led, won prestigious prizes at numerous national and... read more
  • De profundis by Nancy Telfer for Mixed Choir (SAATBB )

    To put a good program together is not easy and sometimes it seems hard to find the perfect song. With this short recommendation we would like to assist you in this. Nancy Telfer has composed more than three hundred works for orchestra and solo instruments, with concentration in choral ensembles and solo voice. She received an award for out... read more
  • La Pentecoste by Gianmartino Durighello for Mixed Choir (SATB)

    Can we help you to choose your perfect song? Find out about our special recommendation for you.   Several of Durighello’s compositions have won awards in National and International Competitions and have also been chosen as obligatory pieces in Choral Competition as well.   See what he offers this piece “To all orphans of... read more
  • Do you need a new program? Female Choirs watch out, here are some score recommendations for you!

    Still looking for the proper song to sing in a Choral Celebration and event around the world? Find some of the best of contemporary choral works or tuneful Italian music.   For Female Choirs, have a look at these: - Veni Sancte Spiritus by Guido Messore - Gloria by János Vajda - Exultandi et Laetandi by Guido Messore   &nb... read more
  • Antica Pompeii – Linger a little longer!

    Have you ever wanted to stay longer in a meeting-music festival, basking in the good vibrations of choral singing?   We can extend your Musica Eterna Roma experience from July 5-7, 2016 in Pompeii!   Meeting music invites you to imagine three more days in historic Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where your choir will perform it... read more
  • Concorso Corale - application deadline!

    The days become shorter, the air feels chilly more and more, the trees shed their leaves and the winter sets in soon. But spring follows it always, what will bring to us Concorso Corale with its first fresh air and fresh music. Celebrate the new spring with us in Riva del Garda. Do not miss the application deadline (30 November)! meeting musi... read more
  • A time-honored traditition with renewed excitement

    In 1988, when Budapest International Choir Festival & Competition was founded, a milestone was set in the history of choral competitions. In 2017 we celebrate the 16th anniversary of this festival in Budapest.     Be participants in one of Central Europe’s most illustrious cultural centres during the 16th Budapest International... read more
  • A long tradition, a long lasting memory

    Did you know that … …the festival scene, Riva del Garda is known as the pearl of Lake Garda? …as a borderland offers many beautiful sights to see, place to be or stories to tell? …next March 20-24 meeting music will organize the 14th Concorso Corale Internazionale Choir Festival & Competition?   There are some ... read more