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World Choir Games 2018

Final winners of the World Choir Games 2018 announced

Theses are the Category Winners and Champions from July 14

On July 14, 2018, the third and last Award Ceremony of the 10th World Choir Games took place in the Moreleta Church of Tshwane. This day is filled with exceptional events for the choirs, and apart from the Award Ceremony, the singers will enjoy a great colourful Parade of Nations and the fantastic Closing Ceremony which will see them off with memorable performances and the hope that all might meet again at 2020 in Flanders, Belgium!

These are the Winners of the Open & the Champions Competition of the 10th World Choir Games 2018:

C1 – Young Children’s Choirs
Durbanville Primary School Choir from South Africa
conducted by Anne-Marie Dippenaar

C6 – University and College Choirs
The Aeolians of Oakwood University from the USA
conducted by Jason Max Ferdinand

C8 – Mixed Chamber Choirs
ONE Chamber Choir from Singapore
conducted by Ai Hooi Lim

C10 - Female Chamber Choirs
Cantus from Norway
conducted by Tove Ramlo-Ystad

C23 – Pop Choirs
Dekoor Close Harmony from the Netherlands
conducted by Christoph Mac-Carty

C26 – Folklore with accompaniment
COTA Youth Choir Namibia from Namibia
conducted by Fanie Dorfling

And here are the most recently announced Category Winners of the World Choir Games 2018:

O1 – Young Children’s Choirs
Eversdal Primary School Choir from South Africa
Conducted by Madri Gerber

O6 – University and College Choirs
UP Onderstepoort Community Choir from South Africa
conducted by Edwin Mitas

O8 – Mixed Chamber Choirs
Molen Kórus from South Africa
conducted by Kobus Venter & Loretté du Toit

O12 – Male Chamber Choirs
Drakenberg Old Boys' Choir from South Africa
conducted by Herman Swanepoel

O26 – Folklore with accompaniment 
Bao Lai Junior High School Choir from Chinese Taipei
conducted by Chun-Chi Chen

A complete list of results from the 10th World Choir Games 2018 can be found here.

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