Event Details

Berlin Radio Choir
Simon Halsey

"I joined for the first time, 2 friends of mine got me hooked on it! I want to thank you! It was so wonderful, I didn’t dare hope that the conductor would guide 1000 singers so well! This resulted from the preparation of each individual singer, the motivation, concentration and also the charisma of Simon Halsey! A wonderful singing experience!"

Ulrike Kiesselbach, Germany (Sing Along Vienna 2016)

"I want to thank you for the opportunity to participate in the Sing Along Concert Vienna with the Berlin Radio Choir. I have just had the most beautiful choral experience of my life! It has been my dream to sing with a proper orchestra, and Interkultur made that dream come true!"

Okechukwu Bede Okoro, Nigeria (Sing Along Vienna 2016)

"A big thanks to you and the whole Interkultur team for organising the Sing Along Concert in Vienna! Everything worked out well and minor problems were solved in a very professional way! It was really fantastic how everything worked, especially the logistics on Sunday evening!"

Astrid Kleinau-Kleffe, Germany (Sing Along Vienna 2016)

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