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“Canta al mar” opened

A 2000 singers strong choir parade through Calella’s narrow streets, the official welcome at Pati de l’os were the hightlights of yesterday’s opening day of “Canta al mar 2014″. Calella residents and tourists were visibly
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INTERKULTUR’s “Golden Fall” enters its final stage INTERKULTUR’s “Golden Fall” enters its final stage

The last week of INTERKULTUR’s “Golden Fall of Choral Music” has just begun. After three weeks of successful events in Grado/Italy, Vrnjacka Banja/Serbia and Zwickau/Germany our team members have now arrived in Calella/Spain for the
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Pa Saulei from Latvia wins in Zwickau Pa Saulei from Latvia wins in Zwickau

The Mixed Choir Pa Saulei from Latvia won the Grand Prize in the third INTERKULTUR event in October 2014, congratulations! At the Grand Prize competition of the International Robert Schumann Choir Competition 2014 they convinced
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Zwickau 2014: The arrival Zwickau 2014: The arrival

The German city of Zwickau fills up with choirs at the moment. Every few minutes new choir representatives arrive in the festival office to register for the Int. Robert Schumann Choir Competition. First one this
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Serbia sings! Serbia sings!

For the first time INTERKULTUR brings choirs to the Serbian stage in these days. Yesterday, the 1st International Choir Competition & Festival Vrnjačka Banja was opened yesterday evening. 17 choirs from six nations have arrived
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Calella 2014 – A choir portrait (2) Calella 2014 – A choir portrait (2)

(chris) The preparations go full speed and everybody is excited: There will be four INTERKULTUR events in October! Whether in Italy, Serbia, Germany or Spain – enthusiastic choirs will come to all of these destinations,
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Personal Reports

Cor di Jëuni Gherdëina at the 8th WORLD CHOIR GAMES Cor di Jëuni Gherdëina at the 8th WORLD CHOIR GAMES

By Diego Moroder The Cor di Jëuni Gherdëina from Gröden / Val Gardena in South Tyrol (Italy) might join this year’s World Choir Games for the first time. From July 8-14 we spent unforgettable days
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A big hand for Pohlheimer Projektchorsänger in Riga A big hand for Pohlheimer Projektchorsänger in Riga

By Roger Schmidt The project choir of the Sängerkranz Watzenborn-Steinberg had their first performance at the World Choir Games in Riga. At the big stage in the park “Esplanade” the singers led by Peter Schmitt
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WCG Insight: Evaluation Performances WCG Insight: Evaluation Performances

At the Riga Congress Center two choirs and the jury met for evaluation performances. After a stage rehearsal of 15 minutes the choirs Coro Infantil Y Juvenil Sinfónico from Mexico and Pietermaritzburg Children’s Choir from
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New team – luck again!? New team – luck again!?

By Adrian Ruckhofer (CHOIRREPORTER), Singakademie Graz, Austria translated from german into english language It’s time again on Wednesday! A 36-headed group of the Singakademie Graz starts expectantly towards Riga to be part of the 8th
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WCG Insight: It’s getting serious WCG Insight: It’s getting serious

The Games are going to start soon and you can already feel it. Due to the arrival of more team members from Philippines, Albania, Germany, etc… the first information meetings started this morning. First of
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WCG Insight: The Peace Bell arrived! WCG Insight: The Peace Bell arrived!

After a journey of more than 32.000 kilometers within 3 days from Amsterdam to Riga the Peace Bell finally arrived at the Arena Riga where it will be located during the World Choir Games 2014.
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WCG Insight: Peace Bell starts its journey WCG Insight: Peace Bell starts its journey

(joy) One of the most exciting parts during the World Choir Games is the Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony where the Peace Bell rings-indicating a great start and a successful end. On July 1 the
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First Giessen, then Riga! First Giessen, then Riga!

By Roger Schmidt Yesterday the ”Pohlheim Project Choir Riga,” connected to the Sängerkranz Watzenborn-Steinberg and led by Peter Schmitt had their final rehearsal for their performance at the Hessian Choir Festival at the Johannes Church
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