Participation Opportunities

This INTERKULTUR event provides you the opportunity to choose from the following options of participation:

Non-competitive participationCompetitive participation
Non-competitive Festival Participation**
(Concert Performances only)
Competition categories*
Evaluation Performance*Evaluation Performance*
Individual Coaching*Individual Coaching*

Friendship concert performance included

*at least two performances included

Competition
Evaluation Performance and Individual Coachings
Friendship Concerts

"The Grand Prix of Nations in Magdeburg was an inspirational musical journey. Interkultur can be so proud of the incredibly high standard."

André van der Merve, jury member, South Africa (ECG Magdeburg 2015)

"Wow what an amazing journey for all of us at Barnsley Youth Choir. We never never dreamed that we would achieve such recognition. ...  I would just like to thank you for all your help before the event and of course during the event. ... THANK YOU. It has been exhausting for all of us, but has been one of the most magical experiences we have had with the choir."

Barnsley Youth Choir, Great Britain (ECG Magdeburg 2015)

"I wish to express a huge Thank You, to all Interkultur's staff, for your assistance before and during the European Choir Games, here in Magdeburg. I'm sure, that based on the good and successful collaboration we had here, we will be able to continue our collaboration on the next events to come."

Danny Keller, Almog Travel and Tourism, Israel (ECG Magdeburg 2015)

Registration Information

Early Bird deadline: March 2, 2020
Registration deadline: May 18, 2020

Costs
Visa

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Event Details

Schedule of the Event
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Destination

Magdeburg: a city with character, history and two fathers.

The regional capital Magdeburg is one of the oldest cities in Germany's new federal states, although the course of its history has not always been smooth. As an imperial seat, Hanseatic power and fortified city, Magdeburg has repeatedly been ravaged by war and destruction. Yet it has always had faith in its own future, has always rebuilt and reinvented itself, whilst preserving the memory of the two Ottos who shaped the city.

Source: www.germany.travel

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