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Last call for your choral summer 2019!

Choral events in Germany and Vietnam bring you together

No plans for your choral trip this year yet? Then seize the last chance to participate in two of INTERKULTUR’s top events before the […]

Releases

Morten Lauridsen: „Light Eternal“

New release of the Deutsche Grammophon

On the occasion of the 75th birthday of Morten Lauridsen, Honorary Artistic President of INTERKULTUR, the Deutsche Grammophon has released […]

Releases

Leonardo Leo: Responsoria

New CD recording by Giovanni Acciai and Nova Ars Cantandi

Giovanni Acciai is a renowned Italian composer, university professor, juror, workshop leader and conductor. He acts as the local Artistic […]

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European choir culture meets American choral sounds

Morten Lauridsen releases new CD with Chamber Choir of Europe

The awe-inspiring mountainous landscape in Kufstein, Austria, was the birthplace of Morten Lauridsen’s new CD "Light Eternal – The Choral […]

International Choral Scene

Rhythm and Performance in a workshop about „Popular Choral Music“

More than 100 participants accepted the invitation by the Sängerbund Hüttenberg-Schiffenberg

What’s important when singing Popular Choral Music? Which exercises help to easily harmonize rhythm and singing? Many of more than 100 […]

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Building A Healthy Choral Ecosystem

New report by Barbershop Harmony Society

INTERKULTUR was one of 29 worldwide operating choral organizations that was part of a study created by the Barbershop Harmony Society in […]

International Choral Scene

Singing in a choir is absolutely "in"!

Choir director Michael Betzner-Brandt explains what’s special about the singing project "You Sing"

Whether it is a Sing Along Concert with professional choirs, “Rudelsingen”, open singing sessions or simply the weekly choral rehearsal. […]

World of Voices

Crossover Choral Music

Finnish ensemble KYN talks about their love of Ethno Jazz

Making crossover music, or experimenting with different styles, is a component of almost every musical epoch. The best examples are star […]

International Choral Scene

In portrait: Ēriks Ešenvalds

A luminary of choral music endows the world with magical moments

The Latvian composer Ēriks Ešenvalds is one of the most sought-after composers of his time. His works are performed around the world, from […]

International Choral Scene

Hallelujah!

10 Reasons to Retire the Hallelujah Chorus.....especially with alumni!

I may have just said the unthinkable. No, I won't retract my statement. We can do better! The Hallelujah Chorus, written by George Frideric […]