Malta 2013: And the winner is…

Nov 4th, 2013 | By | Category: Choir Events, Featured Articles, Int. Choir Competition & Festival Malta, Top Post

Riddarholmens Kammarkör, Sweden (Photo: INTERKULTUR Archive)

…Riddarholmens Kammarkör, Sweden (Photo: INTERKULTUR Archive)

(lala) Riddarholmens Kammarkör from Sweden. Congratulations!

They finally won through the great competitors. Although all choirs gave everything during the Grand Prize Competition, but at least there could only be one winner.

Who also successfully won at the 5th „Int. Competition and Festival Malta“ in the different categories, can be seen in a little overview here:

A1 – Mixed Choirs – Level of difficulty I
Junger Kammerchor Rhein-Neckar, Germany
(conducted by Mathias Rickert)

A2 – Male Choirs – Level of difficulty I
Hauka Mannskor, Norway
(conducted by Tove Ramlo-Ystad)

A3 – Female Choirs – Level of difficulty I
Naiskuoro Välke/Women’s Choir Välke, Finland
(conducted by Tapani Tirilä)

B1 – Mixed Choirs – Level of difficulty II
Riddarholmens Kammarkör, Sweden
(conducted by Stefan Boström)

G2 – Youth Choirs of equal voices – Children’s and Youth Choirs
Eller`s Girls Choir, Estonia
(conducted by Külli Lokko)

S1 – Sacred Choir Music – Mixed Choirs
Riddarholmens Kammarkör, Sweden
(conducted by Stefan Boström)

S2 – Sacred Choir Music – Male Choirs
Hauka Mannskor, Norway
(conducted by Tove Ramlo-Ystad)

S3 – Sacred Choir Music – Female Choirs
Naiskuoro Välke/Women’s Choir Välke, Finland
(conducted by Tapani Tirilä)

F – Folklore
LU FMF Jauktais, Latvia
(conducted by Edgars Vitols)

P – Popular Choral Music
Junger Kammerchor Rhein-Neckar, Germany
(conducted by Mathias Rickert)

Congratulations to all participants! A list of all results in an overview can be found here.

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