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Technological support for choirs worldwide

INTERKULTUR and FeelitLIVE announce partnership

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Technologies and online tools have become an integral part of our everyday lives. And choirs are also increasingly discovering the range of technical tools, be it for regular rehearsals or even performances. INTERKULTUR and the technology innovator FeelitLIVE have now entered into a new partnership that will benefit choirs worldwide.

In the last two years in particular, choir conductors and singers have had to become more familiar with the virtual world. The multitude of new possibilities for choirs, especially for international choir projects, quickly became apparent.

FeelitLIVE - the world's first all-in-one choral tech platform empowering choral groups to host events, engage audiences, monetize content and build lasting relationships with their communities - was developed specifically for this fast-establishing new field of virtual choral work. From live streaming, hybrid and virtual events, to monetisation tools such as tickets, donations, sponsorships, auctions and engagement features like live chat, choirs will find comprehensive tech support here.

“FeeliLIVE’s vision to combine the power of technology and choirs to elevate the human experience maps perfectly to the mission of INTERKULTUR to bring together people of all countries, cultures and world views in peaceful competitions. This strategic partnership will be a great gain for all parties involved," said Hans-Robert Dapprich, Director Communications, Marketing and Sales at INTERKULTUR.

This is also confirmed by Neetu Bhatia, co-founder of FeelitLIVE: "This partnership is highly complementary for both companies. The team at INTERKULTUR are true experts in the organization of live choral competitions. Whereas, our strength at FeelitLIVE is in the delivery of hybrid and virtual choral performances. By partnering, we’re able to promote each other’s respective offerings in a way that will benefit all choirs globally."

Both organisations look forward to working together to provide the best possible support to choirs around the world in this rather new field of choral work and to foster choral music worldwide.

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