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Below you can find the latest news of the European Choral Association - Europa Cantat, with the most recent news at the top. Older news can be found on the following pages (see bottom of this page) as well as in the >> archive. You can also search for news >> here

04.04.2014

Fundraising Concert

Dear friends of the European Choral Association - Europa Cantat,

there will be a Fundraising Concert in Bonn on Saturday Mai 3., 2014. Together, the Schedrik Choir from Oberpleis and the Wesna Choir...

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27.02.2014

Singing Europe - please spread the news!

Singing Europe Survey - Press Release


We have written a Press Release in English, French and German which shall help us spread the word about the Singing Europe Survey and helps us go viral with as...

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27.02.2014

Choral news from Russia

We have received a detailed and interesting article by Elena Shchapova about a special children's choir project in Russia, with around 1.000 children from all parts of Russia coming together to build...

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25.02.2014

Eurochoir recruitment has started

Eurochoir is a unique choral event offering the opportunity to 60 young singers to get together for 8 days to rehearse a challenging program with two renowned conductors and present the results of...

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17.01.2014

Monique Lesenne passed away

It seems to be a sad period for our European choral family - today we received the news that Monique Lesenne passed away on January 16th at the age of 76. She had been ill and had been taking...

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16.01.2014

Detailed regulations for European Award for Composers online

The detailed regulations for the European Award for Composers are now available on our Website >> here. The deadline for applications has been postponed to May 31st 2014.

For the results of the...

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19.12.2013

Obituary Dolf Rabus

On December 18th we received the sad news that Dolf Rabus passed away after a long fight against his illness.

 Dolf Rabus was a grand figure in the choral world, not only physically. He was Secretary...

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