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Norrlands Nations Kammarkör wins in Linz

The results of the 7th Int. Anton Bruckner Choir Competition 2019

Norrlands Nations Kammarkör is the winner of the Anton Bruckner Choir Prize 2019, congratulations! After a high-level Grand Prize Competition in the Brucknerhaus on Saturday evening the jury decided to award the singers from Sweden with the overall win for their outstanding skills.

The Grand Prize Competition was the final competition of the best choirs, selected by the jurors and based on their achievement in the various competition categories. Each of the finalists performed two pieces a cappella that had not been sung in the competition before.

The highest score in the competition was achieved by Kamarikuoro Värinä from Finland with 27,13 Points achieved in the Chamber Choir and Vocal Ensembles of mixed voices category.

The Isamilo Children's Choir from Tansania, who competed in the newly established category "Indigenous Traditional Music" achieved 24,58 in this genre.

Here’s an overview of all Category winners in the 7th Int. Anton Bruckner Choir Competition 2019:

A1 – Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level I
Norrlands Nations Kammarkör, Sweden
conducted by: Francesco Acquista

C1 – Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles of mixed voices 
Kamarikuoro Värinä, Finland
conducted by: Noora Hirn

G1 – Children’s Choirs
Choir Annino DUC Viktoria, Russia
conducted by: Petr Voronov

G2 – Youth Choirs of equal voices
Copenhagen Girls' Choir, Denmark
conducted by: Anne Marie Granau

IM - Indigenous Traditional Music
Isamilo Children's Choir, Tanzania
conducted by: Noah Odera

S – Sacred Choral Music
Norrlands Nations Kammarkör, Sweden
conducted by: Francesco Acquista

A complete list including all choirs, categories and scores is available for download here.

For more photos, videos and stories from Linz, take a look at the event's Facebook page!

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