Female Choir "Venda" of Ventspils Culture Centre, Latvia
VOICES FOR PEACE

Coda and da capo in Perugia/Assisi

Tribute to the winners of the 200th INTERKULTUR event Voices for Peace

A milestone ends on a high note: On the occasion of the 200th festival in the history of INTERKULTUR choirs joined during an emotional award ceremony in order to celebrate together the past days which were shaped by lively choral music and international encounters. At the same time outstanding representatives of the different categories of Voices for Peace were honoured at the Basilica San Domenico in Perugia.

Congratulations to the

Category Winners of Category A – Difficulty Level 1!

A 3 – “Female Choirs“
Female Choir "Venda" of Ventspils Culture Centre, Latvia

conducted by Anitra Niedre & Rudīte Tālberga

And also the choral darlings of the public bathed in applause:

Category Winners of Category G – Children’s and Youth Choirs!

G 2 – Youth Choirs of Equal Voices
Koritsia, Sweden

conducted by Lina Alexandersson

G 3 – Youth Choirs of mixed voices
Szent Mór Choir, Hungary

conducted by Balász Stauróczky

Where else if not in Assisi…? The winner of the sacred music category

S1 – Sacred Choral Music a cappella
Koritsia, Sweden

conducted by Lina Alexandersson

A big Thank You for the extraordinary performances of the Category Winner of

Category F – Folklore
Female Choir "Venda" of Ventspils Culture Centre, Latvia
conducted by Anitra Niedre & Rudīte Tālberga

A complete list of results is available on our website. Altogether 7 Gold Medals and 6 Silver Medals were being awarded at Voices for Peace 2018.

A heartfelt thanks to all choirs, guests, residents, onlookers, fans and all those who welcomed our singers with open arms!

We are already looking forward to a reunion at Voices for Peace in Perugia/Assisi from May 01-05, 2019!

Photos and videos of the most beautiful moments of the last week are displayed at the official Facebook page of Voices for Peace.

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