World Choir Council Video Project10 Videos

“Lost in Translation” • World Choir Council • Choral Topics

Robert Cooper, Artistic Director Orpheus Choir of Toronto and Representative for Canada in the World Choir Council, introduces in the latest video of the World Choir Council Choral Topics a very interesting Virtual Choir Project “Lost in Translation”. He talks with the young composers Kai Leung and Maddox Tarrell about the concept and relevance of […]

How to start a school choir? The story of Vinschool One Choir by Chau Anh Dang (Vietnam)

Chau Anh Dang, Artistic Director, Art Mentor of the Vinschool Education System and Representative for Vietnam in the World Choir Council, talks about the founding and history of the Vinschool One Choir in the latest video of the World Choir Council Choral Topics series. Learn how she managed to do the necessary convincing to found […]

Dr. Kari Turunen: Voices From Canada • World Choir Council Video Project

This month, our WCC video project focuses on choral music from Canada. Dr. Kari Turunen, Artistic Director of the Vancouver Chamber Choir and World Choir Council member from Finland, presents a new video series about the diverse world of Canadian choral music and composers. Enjoy Kari’s introduction as well as his selection of interesting and […]

Ana Laura Rey: The importance of Gregorian Chant in the education of a choir conductor

Ana Laura Rey, conductor and World Choir Council member from Uruguay, will introduce you to the world of the Gregorian Chant and why it is important for a choir conductor to know it. In her video tutorial, she will focus on its importance in learning the art of phrasing and its way of conducting. The […]

A proactive return to the rehearsal room – World Choir Council Talk

by Rachael Finnerty (Canada), Music Therapy Academy Founder The members of the of the World Choir Council, INTERKULTUR’s highest international advisory body, addressed at the Regional Online Meetings from March 24-26, 2021 the question of how the choral world can return to the rehearsal rooms after this difficult time of crisis from different points of […]

Michael Barrett: The 3 Golden Rules of Warming Up your Choir

Michael Barrett invites us to his home for a voice and body activation Michael Barrett, one of South Africa’s most renowned conductors and member of the World Choir Council, will share tips and exercises to help your choir warm up and be ready to climb on stage and sing their best performance. Finding new ideas […]

Singing together brings nations together: From a virtual space to the rehearsal room

Since spring 2020 INTERKULTUR invites choir singers, conductor and everybody interested regularly to “INTERKULTUR Tea Time”, an informal online meeting for conversations on different topics. Here you can see what happened, when Memli Kelmendi, conductor from Kosovo, learned about music from #Slovenia during #INTERKULTURTeaTime and a few hours later had choir practice with his choir […]

Pierre Passereau: Il est bel et bon – Pronunciation Guide with Jean-Baptiste Bertrand

+++ TURN ON SUBTITLES FOR THIS VIDEO +++ “Il est bel et bon” is among the most performed pieces of INTERKULTUR competitions since 2018. World Choir Council member Jean-Baptiste Bertrand from France helps with the correct pronunciation.

Sing Along Concert 2019 – Lacrimosa (from: “Requiem” by W. A. Mozart)

Performed on November 17 by 500 singers and musicians at the “Singers in Residence” Sing Along Concert 2019 in the Vienna Konzerthaus. In remembrance of Guntars Gedulis, member of the World Choir Council, who passed away on Sunday, Nov 17.

World Choir Games 2016 – Meeting of the World Choir Council

On July 11 and 12, 2016 the members of the World Choir Council met in Sochi for their biannual conference.