Günter Titsch © sagmalspaghetti GbR Carlo Bo


Voices & Wine stands for joie de vivre, relaxation and enjoyment - and all this in combination with music.

Experience a musical time-out with like-minded choir singers from all over the world and discover the beauty and culinary delights of the Piedmont region together.

Welcome to Alba!

Günter Titsch, President INTERKULTUR | Carlo Bo, Mayor of Alba

Registration Information

The official registration deadline has passed on November 11, 2020.

If you did not register your choir yet for organizational reasons, your registration can still be accepted until February 8, 2021.

Please contact us via contact us to discuss further details.

Participant Information and Costs - Choirs
Participant Information and Costs - Single Participants
Registration Forms

"Thank you for your good organization. My choir was very happy on the trip! Hope to see you soon!"

Landesjugendchor Brandenburg, Germany (ON STAGE in Lisbon 2016)

"Your professional work and your kindness were for sure a great help to bring the success of our choirs participation in this festival"

Kolot Bat Yam, Israel (ON STAGE in Lisbon 2016)

"Everyone was very satisfied with our trip to ON STAGE in Prague. I hope that we would stay in touch and see each other in some future events."

Igor Vlajnic, Croatia (ON STAGE in Prague 2016)

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Event Details

Schedule of the Event - Choir
Schedule of the Event - Single Participants


A once-powerful city-state – its centre sported more than 100 towers – Alba is considered the capital of the Langhe and has big-city confidence and energy while retaining all the grace and warmth of a small rural town. Alba's considerable gastronomic reputation comes courtesy of its white truffles, dark chocolate and wine. Its annual autumn truffle fair draws huge crowds and the odd truffle-mad celebrity [...]. The vendemmia (grape harvest) remains refreshingly local and low key, if ecstatic in its own way.

Source: lonelyplanet.com