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Sing'n'Joy Princeton

Grand Prize goes to Canada

Lex Voix Boréales snatches Gold as overall winner of Sing'n'Joy Princeton

With the second INTERKULTUR event this year, also the second edition of Sing'n'Joy Princeton came to an end, which brought 12 choirs from Canada, China and the US from February 14-18 to the well-known university town in New Jersey.

Over the past few days, new friendships have emerged, new musical horizons have opened up and singers from three nations have celebrated their common philosophy of life – choral singing. The results were announced during the award ceremony and 9 Golden and 3 Silver Diplomas were presented to the expectant ensembles.

Les Voix Boréales from Canada stood out in particular as they were awarded the event’s Grand Prize for their outstanding performance in the Grand Prize Competition.

These are the Category Winners of Sing'n'Joy Princeton 2019:

Category A1 – Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level I
John P. Stevens High School Chamber Choir, USA
conducted by Matthew Lee

Category G1 - Children's Choirs
Les Voix Boréales, Canada
conducted by Philippe Ostiguy

Category G3 – Youth Choirs of mixed voices
John P. Stevens High School A Cappella Choir
conducted by Matthew Lee

Category S – Sacred Choral Music
Takoma Academy Chorale, USA
conducted by Lulu Mwangi Mupfumbu

A complete list of results including all choirs, categories and points can be downloaded here. Follow the official Facebook page of the event for photos and videos of the happening.

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