Participation opportunities

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

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

friendship concert performance included

*two performances included

Friendship Concerts

"Thanks for a wonderful well organized festival and competition, congratulations!"

Rasmus Krøyer, Copenhagen Girls' Choir, Denmark (Linz 2017)

"I again had wonderful time in my Riga week with INTERKULTUR Choir Games. I think second time of my life I saw so nice changes of my Riga to well side. I admired your team work very precise and friendly and got again wonderful emotions and friends from this event."

Andris Veismanis, jury member, Latvia (ECG Riga 2017)

"It was an unforgettable experience for all of us!"

Elena Droukopoulou, BelCantes - Agios Andreas Eglikada Choir, Greece (Kalamata 2017)

Registration Information

Registration deadline: May 17, 2021

Registration Documents
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Perugia, capital of the region of Umbria and archdiocese, is located on a hill from which one can overlook the Tiber valley. With its grand and medieval appearance the city is famous for its comprehensive collection of the works of Perugino. The historic city centre features many churches and buildings of highest art historical value and interest. The old town mainly consists of a centre which dates back to the times of the Etruscans and a well preserved city wall. Perugia is the domicile of oldest summer university for foreign students. The so called "Università per stranieri" was founded in 1925 and focuses on communicating Italian art and making it well-known and widespread abroad.

Assisi is a small Umbrian town in central Italy, located 19 kilometres east of Perugia at an elevation of 400 meters. Assisi is best known as the birthplace of St. Francis of Assisi — patron saint of Italy, founder of the Franciscan order, and one of the most popular Catholic saints in history. Assisi's main attraction is the 13th-century Basilica di San Francesco, which contains the sacred relics of Francis and beautiful frescoes of his life. The town of Assisi, with its Roman ruins, winding medieval streets and sacred shrines, has been a major Catholic pilgrimage destination for centuries and is today one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy. Although Assisi has only about 3,000 inhabitants (26,000 in the larger comune of Assisi), 4 to 5 million visitors throng the small town each year.


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