Günter Titsch © sagmalspaghetti GbR


Welcome to Lucca, a city that has made music its main artistic expression in the world, a universal language that crosses borders and speaks to the hearts and minds of all people.
We cordially invite you to join choirs from all over the world to make the beautiful city of Lucca resound. And enjoy the exciting fusion of voices and music of different cultures amidst the rich culture and beauty of Tuscany during the International Choral Competition Vox Lucensis.
We look forward to seeing you!

Günter Titsch, President INTERKULTUR

Participation opportunities

This 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

* at least two performances included

Friendship Concerts
Grand Prize Competition

"Thank you once again for organizing such a wonderful event. Above all my singers learned so much from being exposed to so many different cultures! I am sure that they will remember last weekend for many years to come. It has been an honor and privilege to participate in this festival."

John P. Stevens High School Choir, USA (Princeton 2017)

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

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

"Thank you for the precious memories you offered to all the members of the choir."

Ioannis Mavreas, Enosi Filon Musikis Kalamata's – Armonia, Greece (Kalamata 2017)

Registration Information

Registration deadline: December 12, 2022

Costs and Registration Documents
Visa & Travel Information

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Event Details

Schedule of the event


Lovely Lucca endears itself to everyone who visits. Hidden behind imposing Renaissance walls, its cobbled streets, handsome piazzas and shady promenades make it a perfect destination to explore by foot – and very easy to reach also from the nearby cities of Montecatini Terme, Pisa and Florence. At the day's end, historic cafes and restaurants tempt visitors to relax over a glass or two of Lucchesi wine and a slow progression of rustic dishes prepared with fresh produce from nearby Garfagnana.

Source: lonelyplanet.com

How was the last time?

Are you interested in previous events of this series? Check out the last edition of Vox Lucensis!