Participation Opportunities

This INTERKULTUR event provides you the opportunity to choose from the following options of participation:

Non-competitive participationCompetitive participation
Non-competitive Festival Participation**Competition*
Evaluation Performance*Evaluation Performance*

Friendship Concert performance included

*at least two performances within the festival

Competition
Evaluation Performance
Friendship Concerts

"We are happy to be participants of INTERKULTUR events. In this regard I would say your events give people opportunities to not only share their cultures, but to see what makes each country unique."

Children's Choir "Alye Parusa", Russia (WCG Sochi 2016)

"I am so happy about this! Many brilliant choirs in South Africa who could NEVER afford to travel internationally will now get a chance to compete, take part, share, exchange ideas and be involved in the biggest choral spectacle on Earth. Well done, INTERKULTUR!"

Bernard Krüger, choir director Drakensberg Boys Choir, South Africa (WCG Sochi 2016)

"Thank you for a, as always, fantastic and well arranged festival! The choir was so satisfied and happy after our tour!"

Chorus Celeste, Sweden (Vienna 2016)

Registration Information

The official registration deadline has passed on September 11, 2017.

If you have not yet registered your choir for organizational reasons please contact us to discuss further details.

Registration Fee
Event Package
Registration Documents
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Event Details

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Destination

Perched on a hillside sloping down to the sea, Kobe is one of Japan's most attractive and cosmopolitan cities. It was a maritime gateway from the earliest days of trade with China and home to one of the first foreign communities after Japan reopened to the world in the mid-19th century. One of Kobe's best features is its relatively small size – most sights can be reached on foot from the main train stations, making it a pleasure for casual wandering and stopping in its high quality restaurants and cafes. The most pleasant neighbourhoods to explore are Kitano-chõ, Nankinmachi Chinatown and, after dark, the bustling area around Sannomiya Station.

Source: lonelyplanet.com

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