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GREETING

We are excited to invite you to the 32nd International Franz Schubert Choir Competition. Enjoy the festive pre-Christmas season with us in  Schubert's birthplace - Welcome to Vienna, the capital of music!

Günter Titsch, President INTERKULTUR | DDr. Karl-Gerhard Straßl, President Choir Association Austria

Participation opportunities

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

Non-competitive participationCompetitive participation
Festival participation**Competition categories*

friendship concert performance included

*at least two performances within the festival

Competition
Friendship Concerts
Franz Schubert Choir Prize 2020

Among all competition performances, the Franz Schubert Choir Prize 2020 will be awarded to the choir, which has achieved the highest score in interpreting an original work by Franz Schubert.

The Franz Schubert Choir Prize 2020 is endowed with a prize money of 2.000 €.

"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)

"It was really a very nice competition. I will still say it again, everything was perfect."

P-A’ss Chorale, Belgium (Vienna 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

Registration deadline: July 6, 2020

Costs
Registration Documents
Visa

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Event Details

Schedule of the Event
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What to Do in Vienna

Destination

Vienna – is not only the capital of Austria but is also considered Europe’s capital of music. Important composers of the Viennese classical music such as Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven felt comfortable in the magnificent and historic buildings located in the streets of Vienna. More reasons to visit the multifaceted city are the many museums and public squares rich in history. Castle Schönbrunn, summer residence of Empress Sissy, the Stephan dome, the Viennese Prater or the zoo Schönbrunn belong to the most important sights of the city. And lovers of regional and culinary specialties will also find lots of things to indulge in when savouring a piece of Sacher cake and a genuine Viennese Schnitzel. Apart from the cosy flair of a major city a hiking trip to the Austrian Alps is also highly recommended.

There are several ways to get to Vienna by plane:

  • Vienna International Airport (VIE) is located 24 km away from the center of Vienna and is regularly approached by the following airlines: germanwings, Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, China Airlines, Iberia, Lufthansa, LOT - Polish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Croatia Airlines, TAP Portugal, easyJet, Air One, American Airlines etc.
  • M. R. Štefánik Airport (Bratislava, Slovakia) (BTS) is located 86 km away from the center of Vienna and is regularly approached by the following airlines: Czech Airlines, flydubai, NIKI, Ryanair, U Tair Aviation.
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