Winner of Johannes Brahms Choir Prize: The Müller Chamber Choir (Chinese Taipei)
Competitions & Festivals

Wernigerode 2015: These are the winners

International choirs achieve impressive results in Wernigerode. The Müller Chamber Choir from Chinese Taipei triumphs at the Grand Prize Competition.

The Müller Chamber Choir from Chinese Taipei is the overall winner at the International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival & Competition 2015 in Wernigerode. After a top-class Grand Prize Competition the international jurors awarded the singers with the Johannes Brahms Choir Prize 2015 and a financial reward of 2000 €. Congratulations!

All results were announced on the Wernigerode Marketplace. The atmosphere was streched to breaking point, when the scores of all choirs and competition categories were announced. Whenever a category winner was declared, everybody was celebrating and cheering for the winners: 

A1 - Mixed Chors, difficulty level I
Choir Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego We Wroclawiu "Ars Cantandi", Poland
conducted by Anna Grabowska-Borys

A2 - Male Choirs, difficulty level I
The Müller Chamber Choir, Chinese Taipei
conducted by Meng-Hsien Peng

C2 - Chamber Choirs / Vocal Ensembles of mixed voices
Gnesins' Ensemble of Contemporary Music "Altro coro", Russia
conducted by Aleksandr Ryzhinskiy 

G1 - Children's Choirs
Li Wan Children's Choir, China
conducted by Li Hui Kun

S - Sacred Choral Music
The Müller Chamber Choir, Chinese Taipei
conducted by Meng-Hsien Peng 

P - Pop - Show - Jazz
Choir Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego We Wroclawiu "Ars Cantandi", Poland
conducted by Anna Grabowska-Borys

F - Folklore
The Müller Chamber Choir, Chinese Taipei
conducted by Meng-Hsien Peng

Congratulations to all participants for your outstanding results! See you again in Wernigerode in 2017! 

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