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World Choir Games 2018

These are the newly crowned Champions of the World Choir Games 2018

Awards Ceremony for THE CHAMPIONS COMPETITION in Tshwane

On July 07, 2018 the Sun Arena in Tshwane, South Africa resounded at the second Awards Ceremony of the 10th World Choir Games 2018 with cries of joy, gasps of relief and the applause of the cheering singers who participated in The Champions Competition. The choirs were rewarded trophies as well as Golden, Silver and Bronze Medals in recognition for their strenuous rehearsal work.

These are the newly crowned
Champions of The Champions Competition of the 10th World Choir Games:

C2 - Children’s Choirs/ Mixed Boys Choirs:
Tygerberg Children's Choir from South Africa
conducted by Hendrik D. Loock

C3 - Youth Choirs of Equal Voices:
Diocesan Girls' School Choir from China/Hong Kong
conducted by Dorothy Hui

C7 - Vocal Ensembles:
Vocal Ensemble "Fortissimo" from Bulgaria
conducted by Milena Dobreva

C9 - Mixed Choirs:
Diocesan Schools Choral Society from China/Hong Kong
conducted by Felix Tsi Shing Shuen

C11 - Female Choirs:
Aarhus Pigekor from Denmark
conducted by Helle Høyer Vedel

C13 - Male Choirs:
Diocesan Boys' School Choir from China/Hong Kong
conducted by Felix Tsi Shing Shuen

C14 - Senior Choirs:
Hunan Zhiqing Art Troupe from China
conducted by Yuefeng Zhou & Jun Wang

C16 - Musica Sacra with accompaniment:
Tygerberg Children's Choir from South Africa
conducted by Hendrik D. Loock

C17 - Music of Spirit and Faith:
Singakademie Graz from Austria
conducted by Maria Fürntratt

C22 - Pop Ensembles:
Harmonize from Republic of Korea
conducted by Jangseok Oh

C24 - Scenic Pop/ Show Choirs:
Drakensberg Boys Choir from South Africa
conducted by Bernard Krüger

C25 - Folklore a cappella:
University of Johannesburg Choir from South Africa
conducted by Sidumo Nyamezele

C27 - Scenic Folklore:
St Mary's DSG Choir from South Africa
conducted by Lindy van der Meulen

The Champions were awarded the especially designed trophy of the World Choir Games, whose design embodies South Africa’s national flower, the Protea, and also reflects the national colours. Host country South Africa proudly celebrates 5 Champions of the World Choir Games 2018, closely followed by 4 Champions from China.

The detailed list of results is available here.

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