Participation Opportunities

INTERKULTUR events provide the opportunity to customize your event experience by mixing and matching competitive and non-competitive categories of participation. Choirs may choose from the following:

Non-competitive ParticipationCompetitive Participation
Non-competitive Festival Participation*Competition categories*
Evaluation Performance*Evaluation Performance*

Friendship Concert Performance included

Competition
Grand Prize Competition
Evaluation Performances
Friendship Concerts
Official Events

"I wanted to send you warm thank you words for your time and effort which you put for organising marvelous Robert Schumann festival in Zwickau [...] We will never forget this event!"

Evita Vītoliņa, Pa Saulei, Latvia (Zwickau 2014)

"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)

"The organization was first class, and the venues were terrific. All of our group thoroughly enjoyed the few days, and we particularly enjoyed meeting with members of other choirs."

Waterford Male Voice Choir, Ireland (Vienna 2016)

Registration Information

Early Bird deadline: November 6, 2017
Registration deadline: January 22, 2018

Registration Fee
Event Package
Registration Documents
Visa

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Event Details

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Destination

The nearly 900 years of the history of Saxony`s fourth largest city are all about mining, reformation and important personalities like Robert Schumann, August Horch and Max Pechstein.
Experience all this in an impressive way at the museums of the city. Convents, art collections, the newly opened Max Pechstein Museum and the Schumann Haus cordially invite you to discover Zwickau via culture.
On the former site of the A. Horch & Cie. Motorwagenwerke AG you will get an insight into the great history of automobile manufacturing ranging from Horch to Audi, Auto Union and Trabant up to Volkswagen.
When taking a stroll through the extensively refurbished old town near the cathedral St. Marien you will find numerous restaurants, cafés and shops. And besides you trace the trails of Martin Luther and Robert Schumann. Both circular routes lead right through Zwickau and info panels at important places tell little anecdotes of the city`s history.
The concert hall Gewandhaus at the main market square will inspire theatre lovers. Here the Theater Plauen Zwickau offers a varied programme with drama performances, music theatre, ballet and concerts. The renowned puppet theatre is very much liked by children.
The nearby MuldeParadies located at the eponymous river invites you to relaxed walks, bike tours and fun at the sports- and playground at the green bank.

Source: www.zwickau.de

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