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You are cordially invited to join us in Koblenz in November! The German Choir Championships offer the German choir scene once again the opportunity to meet, to mingle and to enjoy the joint choral experience.

Günter Titsch, President INTERKULTUR | David Langner, Lord Mayor  City of Koblenz

participation opportunities

The competition for all choirs based in the Federal Republic of Germany will be held in 3 rounds:

Diploma Competition, Medal Competition and Final.

In each round there are the following categories

Mixed Choirs

Male Choirs

Female Choirs

Children's and youth choirs*

With a corresponding number of registrations in category 4 it is possible to divide this category.

Diploma Competition
Medal Competition

The German Choir Championship is a meeting for all choirs in Germany. In particular, the artistic quality, but also the social achievements of choral music in Germany will be strengthened in public perception and moved into focus.

Günter Titsch | President INTERKULTUR

I am very sure that these German Choir Championships will show that choral singing can be very modern and exciting - it can still inspire young and older people.

David Langner | Mayor of the City Koblenz

As a national choir meeting, compact on one weekend, the German Choir Championships in Koblenz will contribute to bringing new ideas and impulses to the choir scene.

Willi Becker | For the artistic management team of the German Choir Championships

Registration information

Registration deadline: May 31, 2021

Accommodation offer
Registration Documents

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The ‘German Corner’ with its emperor, the Electoral Palace, kilometres of waterfront promenades, Stolzenfels Castle, the epitome of Rhine romance and the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress overlooking the city. The spectacular cable car over the Rhine, the wine village, the Forum Confluentes... And much more: Koblenz is not only one of Germany’s oldest cities but also one of the most diverse.

Churches, castles, palaces and historic town houses tell the story of past times, while winding streets and squares invite you to stroll around and relax. The vineyards and Ehrenbreitstein Fortress also provide incomparable views over the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, keeping the romance of the Rhine alive.

Source: Koblenz-Tourism.com