The Malta International Choir Festival has become a biennial fixture in the Maltese and international musical calendar and so it is very much anticipated by all music lovers of the genre. For this year’s edition which is the 23rd, the Ministry for Tourism and the Malta Tourism Authority, the organisers of the festival will be hosting not less than 35 choirs composed of some 1,020 choristers. These choirs hail from many different countries from all over the world, namely, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Indonesia, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain and the United Kingdom.
- The choir was founded by Prof. Andrzej Zajac in 1981 to sing during divine services in the cathedral in Tarnów. Its repertoire includes pieces of sacred […]
- The oldest choir in this year’s festival, Prientenii Muzicii has had an uninterrupted run since it was founded in 1930 by a group of local priests, […]
- The University of Gadjah Mada Student Choir was established in 1971 to perform at special events on campus. Based in Yogyakarta, the choir recruits singers from […]
- The Academic Choir of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice was established in 1945 by former employees and students of Lvov Technical University who used […]