10 perfect spring songs to sing along
These songs will get you out of hibernation
Hello, March! The first month of spring is finally here (at least in the Northern Hemisphere), we are attracted to the sun outside and not […]
10 positive COVID updates from around the world
They still exist, the good news!
Are you in the need for some good news? This article collects 10 positive COVID updates from around the world. The perfect read to start the […]
A restart of culture ahead?
Some countries are announcing plans to reopen arts venues
In many countries, the cultural sector has been broken down for months now. But there's hope, because now there seems to be little movement […]
World Choir Council - Advisory Board restructured
Basic foundations laid for further cooperation
The World Choir Council (WCC) is the highest international advisory panel of INTERKULTUR in the field of choral music. By now, 124 […]
The Soundtrack of Hope
These songs brought us through the lockdown
Earlier this week we asked our friends and followers in an e-mail and also through Social Media for special songs which brought you through […]
INTERKULTUR is mourning for Dr. Sinyo Harry Sarundajang
Politician who paved the way for the 3rd Asia Pacific Choir Games 2013 passed away
Sinyo Harry Sarundajang (January 16, 1945 - February 13, 2021) was an Indonesian politician who held a number of important strategic […]
Choralizers – we choralize the world!
INTERKULTUR launches a new channel on instagram
Have fun together, gather, meet friends in the worldwide choral universe - and defy Covid: What better time could there be to launch with a […]
Your Soundtrack of Hope during lockdown
Which song kept your spirits high during a global low?
Music is our ever-accessible shelter and refuge whenever our souls struggle! We sing to feel alive, to find inspiration, to give support, to […]
A lovestory from Italy
shared by Grazia Racioppa
I met the man who is now my husband in a choir. I was 16 and joined the choir where he, a conservatory student, was organist. It wasn't […]