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Sing'n'Joy Vienna

The winners from Vienna

Franz Schubert Choir Prize 2018 goes to Children Choir Consonance from Russia

A wonderful Closing Concert and following Awards Ceremony marked the final highlight of the 31st Franz Schubert Choir Competition and the 4th Sing’n’Joy Vienna choir festival. The “Franz Schubert Choir Prize 2018” for the highest score for the interpretation of an original piece by Franz Schubert was awarded to Children Choir Consonance from Russia, conducted by Tatiana Chertishcheva. Congratulations!

The category winners are:

B1 – Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level II
Coro Regina Coeli (Philippines)
conducted by: Renalie Aquino

C1 – Mixed Chamber Choirs / Mixed Vocal Ensembles with compulsory piece
Kammerkoret Pegasus (Denmark)
conducted by: Torsten Mariegaard

C2 – Male Chamber Choirs / Male Vocal Ensembles with compulsory piece
Bel Chorus (Norway)
conducted by: Dag Erik Enoksen

C3 – Female Chamber Choirs / Female Vocal Ensembles with compulsory piece
Vocal Ensemble Fantazia (Russia)
conducted by: Elena Gayvaronskaya

G1 – Children’s Choirs
Children Choir Consonance (Russia)
conducted by Tatiana Chertishcheva

G3 – Youth choirs of mixed voices
Telkom University Choir (Indonesia)
conducted by: Aldo Randy Ginting

S – Sacred Choral Music
Telkom University Choir (Indonesia)
conducted by: Aldo Randy Ginting

A complete list of results can available here.

More photos and videos from the event are available at the official Facebook page “Sing’n’Joy Vienna”.

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