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voices only - Magdeburg (GER)
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ensemble "voices only"

The name says everything. Voices Only is based in Saxony-Anhalt's capital Magdeburg. The quartet exists since 2002 and performed in its first 10 years as a quintet. The founding members all originated from the Boys Choir Magdeburg and strived to be much like their big idols: the famous Comedian Harmonists. And the group still remains true to this idea.
The group's repertoire spans from the "old masters" over music from the classic and romanticism, folk songs, sonorous pop music arrangements and Jazz music. Voices Only participated very successfully at choir competitions and performed numerous national and international concerts.
Since its new foundation in January 2014 the group sings in a new formation and beside that all members are also singing in the New Chamber Choir Magdeburg: Marcel Radtke (Tenor), Mathias Vetter (Baritone), Christian Hoffmann (Baritone) and Andreas Leonhardt (Bass). Since then many things happened: a new repertoire, a new home for the rehearsals and many new ideas influence the artistic work in many ways. The result is an easy listening music with a high artistic standard but first of all with the delight for music.

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E. Balzan - Badia Polesine (Italien)
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E. Balzan - Badia Polesine (Italien)

The youth choir "Eugenio Balzan" in the 2008/2009 school year at the initiative of some teachers and lovers of choral singing has been established.
The starting point was the awareness that music and singing with young people and very popular as a universal means of communication accessible to all.
Make the contacts with foreign schools and the experience in the field of music that is in them particularly cared for and loved, just as the perspective, exchanges with school choirs at a high international level in different countries to be able to have the will to strengthen the implementation of this initiative . .
The choir "E. Balzan" consists of 35 members, which include teachers and students from all branches of our school.
The interaction between languages, cultures and different traditions will always provide an important contribution to personal development and mutual enrichment, when listening to permeate at the confrontation, the one with the human and cultural wealth of others our own knowledge and experience.

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Chamber Singers - Manila (Philippines)
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Manila Chamber Singers - Manila (Philippines)

The Manila Chamber Singers (MCS) is a Philippine choir composed of students and non-professional singers from different vocations who share a passion for choral music. Founded in April 1999, the choir has a repertoire which includes standard international choral songs as well as commissioned arrangements of popular music and original Filipino music. They also organize of two of the Philippines’ choral festivals: The Colors of Worship: A Festival of Sacred Choral Music, featuring church-based choirs (since 2004) and the Manila Choral Festival (since 2007) featuring some of the Philippines’ internationally-renowned choirs.
MCS has represented the Philippines in various international choir festivals and competitions in Asia and Europe. The group garnered awards and critical acclaim for their performances in international concert tours including: Hongkong, Europe, China, Turkey, Canada and Australia.
MCS first visited Egeln in 2011. That year, they were the only choral group from Asia to participate at the 6th Sine Musica Nulla Vita International Choir Festival. There, they met the Young Voices - Egelner Chamber Choir and started a lasting friendship with them. After being hosted by the festival organizers in 2011, MCS in turn hosted the Young Voices in 2013, when the German choir visited the Philippines. The two choirs had a joint concert entitled: Freundschaft und Musik: a Celebration of Friendship and Music which was well-received by the Philippine audience.
This year, the Manila Chamber Singers made it a point to be at the 8th Sine Musica Nulla Vita International Choir Festival to be with old friends.

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Zoltan Kodaly - Salgotarjan (HU)
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Zoltán Kodály - Salgótarján (HU) The Zoltán Kodály Elementary School was founded 55 years ago. Special music classes have been taught there ever since. It was in fact the only school in Nógrád County offering such classes for more than two decades.Members of the choir are 10-14-year-old children. Its current director, Ida Kaposi Karácsony has been working together with the choir since 1978. The chorus is an active participant of the local cultural scene. They sing songs of composers like Bartók and Kodály but also Renaissance and folksongs and contemporary choral works. In the last few years the choir visited international festivals and competitions such as: International Choir Competition „Béla Bartók”, Debrecen, Hungary 1984, 1986., International Children’s Choir Festival „Zoltán Kodály”, Komló, Hungary 1995, „Fröhlich sein und singen” Internationales Kinderchorfestival, Halle Deutschland 1997, International Choir Festival Ústy nad Labem Czech Republik 1998., 2002., 2008, Vantaa Finland 1988., 1993., 1998., 2004, ,,Juventus Mundi Cantat" International Choir Competition Olomoutz Czech Republik 2000. (silver medal), „Alba Regia” International Children’s Choir Festival, Székesfehérvár, Hungary 1998. International Choir Festival, Hradec Králové Czech Republik 2005. „Sine musica nulla vita” choir Festival, Egeln, Deutschland 2011, 2013, 2015. The choir has won the prize „THE CHOIR OF THE YEAR in Hungary” five times.

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girls chamber choir Egeln
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girls chamber choir Egeln

In 2006 ten female students of the Gymnasium Egeln decided to establish a girls chamber choir conducted by Sebastian Pfarre. The choral conductor himself has already sung in the childrens choir, the mixed choir of the Gymnasium Egeln and with the Young Voices.
The girls chamber choir is an enrichment to the other mixed school choirs.
Today the choir consists of ten girls from the age of 14 to 20 years who meet every monday evening for rehearsing. But now, not all of the singers are students of the Gymnasium Egeln, some of them go to other schools nearby.
The repertoire includes German folk songs, songs in the style of the old masters and modern pieces like pop songs.
Highlights of the girls chamber choirs history are the performances at the spring- and Christmas concerts with the other choirs of the Gymnasium Egeln.
They also successfully participated in the international choir festival Sine musica nulla vita in the last years. In 2012 the choir was rated good at the choir festival in Aschersleben.
They earned second place in the category of womens choirs at a competition in Spremberg in 2014 what can be seen as their biggest success so far.

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Iuventus choir from Svitavy (CZ)
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IUVENTUS Svitavy

The Iuventus Svitavy choir was founded in 1988 and is mainly composed of students and graduates of Gymnázium Svitavy. Choir´s repertory contains wide range of compositions written by cotemporary composers, arrangements of folk songs, spirituals and arrangements of famous musicals. During its existence it released four CDs mapping the choir´s musical history. Iuventus regularly participates in international choir festivals and holds variety of awards from national and international prestigious competitions. For more then two decades, the choir performed in twelve countries, including major concert tour in Colombia in 2006 and recent concert tour in Argentina in 2009. Iuventus regularly collaborates with significant music ensembles from the Czech Republic and from abroad on remarkable musical projects. Apart from singing, Iuventus helps out with the organization of the Festival of Amateur Choirs which is held in Svitavy every couple of years. Its conductor is Vera Burešová, its pianist is Lenka Fikejzová and its vocal adviser is Alena Tichá.

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Young Voices - Egelner Chamber Choir (GER)
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Young Voices - Egelner Chamber Choir (GER)

„Young Voices“, the Egeln Chamber Choir, is a formerly young ensemble founded by graduates of the „Gymnasium Egeln“. After becoming mature in the meantime, the choir is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Since its establishment in 1997 a lot has happened. Initially - after having participated in the school choir for many years - several graduates tried to continue their membership in a choir and to pursue their mutual hobby once a week. Over the course of several years the song loving group and their conductor have grown into a well-coordinated team that likes to spend its time together - both in the private life and during the choral work and concerts. This bond allowed them to experience exciting and successful moments together. So far the „Young Voices“ performed approximately 400 times in more than 80 different places, 6 CDs were produced and several journeys all over the world were undertaken. Beside Germany and Austria the choir travelled to the Czech Republic, South Korea, Australia, Russia, the United States of America and the Philippines. The choir always has been eager to build a long lasting relationship with their partner choirs. The return visits to all of those different countries were always a great opportunity to carry some of their new friends’ songs home and to perform them for their favourite audience – back home in the „Egelner Mulde“.

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Mixed Choir Egeln e.V. (GER)
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Mixed Choir Egeln e.V. (GER)

is the oldest ensemble in the small town located close to river Bode. The cultural scene of the Egelner Mulde and it is Grundzentrum (basic centre) is lasting influenced by its performances. The choir was established in 1959. The art direction is performed by schoolteacher Eckart Zeidler, assisted actively by schoolteacher Andrea Rokus for a few years.
The choral community is enriched by several concerts within the Saxony-Anhalt-Days, the choral festival on Falkenstein Castle / Harz region and by journeys to the twin town Rüthen/Sauerland, to Greifswald, to Freyburg a. d. Unstrut, to Bremen/Worpswede and to Magdeburg and Hannover, capital of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt.
They got to be friends. The international choral festival Sine musica nulla vita in Egeln, the choral festivals of Magdeburg, Schönebeck and of the Askanien Sängerkreis are the highlights of the choirs performances.
The programme of the Gemischter Chor Egeln e.V. is characterized by diversification and plenty variety. The repertoire ranges from madrigal, chant, folk song, jokey song, solo song, medleys and opera choir to international and contemporary compositions. Numerous choralsets were composed, arranged and published by choirmaster Eckart Zeidler.
It is a pleasure to sing with other choirs in common. Friends of chant from north and south, east and west consider themselves as a big family.

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mixed choir of grammar school (GER)
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Mixed Youth Choir of Egeln Grammar School

The school choir of the Dr.-Frank-Gymnasium has a long tradition. Directed by Bettina Eisenächer and Dr. Ralf Schubert the 52 members regularly show their musical talent at school concerts, school festivities and ceremonies.<br />
Students from grade 7 up to grade 12 are rehearsing and advancing their musicianship once a week. Each year in spring a three-day stay at a choir camp in Arendsee is part of the choral work. <br />
Since school year 2015/2016 the former school choir Egeln and the school choir of the Dr.-Frank-Gymnasium merged because the Gymnasium Egeln was closed.<br />
The choir performs nationwide, so the musicians were already guests at the Mitteldeutsche Kammerphilharmonie and the Schülerakkordeonorchester (SAO) from the music school “Béla Bartók“ Staßfurt. The choir also contributed to various musicals like “König Keks“ by Peter Schindler (2009), “Luzi hat was gegen Weihnachten“ by Jörg Ehni und Uli Führe (2011), “Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte“ (2013) and “Elion“ (2015) by Tobias Wilke. “Elion“ even received the Youth Culture Price of Saxony-Anhalt.

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Children's choir of grammar school
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Children’s choir of grammar school

The children’s choir, founded in 1991 by Mrs. Elfriede Sehnert, consists of Year 5 to 7 students from Egeln High School. The joy of singing and a repertoire ranging from folksongs to pop songs defines the work of this sounding body. Dr Ralf O. Schubert has conducted the group since 1998. The children’s choir currently consists of 38 members and is an important part of the cultural life of the school and the community. The contribution to the CDs of the high school’s mixed choir in 1998 and 1999 and participation in the "Sine Musica Nulla Vita" festival in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011 are among the choir’s recent highlights.

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