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Our vision for the Come and Sing! Choir Festivals is to offer everybody – whether it is an amateur singer or a long-standing pro, choir or individual person – the opportunity to sing an important work of choral music in Vienna’s St. Stephen’s Cathedral or Salzburg Cathedral within the framework of a professionally organised concert.
Every year choirs and individual singers from all over the world come to Austria to be part of this unique experience. Under the direction of a renowned artist you will be studying the latest piece for several days in workshops during the Choir Festival and you will then perform the work in a festive final concert in Vienna's St. Stephen’s Cathedral or Salzburg Cathedral.

 

Prof. Gerald Wirth
President and Artistic Director of the Vienna Boys' Choir
Artistic Director of the Come and Sing! Choir Festivals in Vienna
Prof. János Czifra
Domkappelmeister at Salzburg Cathedral
Artistic Director of the Come and Sing! Choir Festivals in Salzburg


Come and Sing! Choir Festival 2020 | Vienna


L. v. Beethoven
Mass in C Major (op. 86)

St. Stephen's Cathedral | 9 to 11 July 2020

Vienna was the center of Ludwig van Beethoven‘s life for more than 35 years. The traces of the composer are diverse: from a large Beethoven Museum, homes and memorials, places of his triumph and doubt, monuments through to Klimt‘s Beethoven Frieze.

Ludwig van Beethoven's birthday was 250 years ago! On this occasion you will work with Prof. Gerald Wirth, President and Artistic Director of the Vienna Boys' Choir, on the Mass in C Major in German and English language workshops. As the crowning finale, you will perform the piece in St. Stephen's with many other participants from all over the world, orchestra and renowned soloists.

Programme

Thursday, 9 July 2020:  workshop in the afternoon, in the evening reception of the Church Master of St. Stephen's Cathedral in the roof atrium of St. Stephen’s to get acquainted

Friday, 10 July 2020:  workshops in the morning and afternoon

Saturday, 11 July 2020:  grand evening concert at St. Stephen's Cathedral, followed by reception; dress rehearsal in the morning

  ONLINE-REGISTRATION   


W. A. Mozart
Requiem (KV 626)

St. Stephen's Cathedral | 16 to 18 July 2020

In 2020, you will again have the opportunity to perform the Mozart Requiem in St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna as part of an international choir. Mozart married his wife Konstanze in St. Stephen´s and two of his children were baptised here. After his death he was laid out in St. Stephen's, before being transported to St. Marx cemetery.

Directed by Prof. Gerald Wirth, President and Artistic director of the Vienna Boys’ Choir, you will study Mozart’s Requiem during workshops (held in English and German). On 18 July 2020 you will perform this masterpiece of choral music with orchestra and renowned soloists, as well as many other participants from all over the world in St. Stephen’s Cathedral where W. A. Mozart was was laid out after his death.

Programme

Thursday, 16 July 2020:  workshop in the afternoon, in the evening reception of the Church Master of St. Stephen's Cathedral in the roof atrium of St. Stephen’s to get acquainted

Friday, 17 July 2020:  workshops in the morning and afternoon

Saturday, 18 July 2020:  grand evening concert at St. Stephen's Cathedral, followed by reception; dress rehearsal in the morning

  ONLINE-REGISTRATION   


Come and Sing! Choir Festival 2020 | Salzburg


W. A. Mozart
Requiem (KV 626) & Piccolomini–Mass (KV 258)

Salzburg Cathedral | 27 to 30 August 2020

Mozart’s link to Salzburg is well known, as he was born und raised here. Mozart’s Birthplace and apartment can be visited in Salzburg and you can find traces of Mozart on every corner of the city. Until today the baptismal font in which Mozart was baptised is in use and can be visited in the Cathedral you will be performing in.

Directed by János Czifra, Domkapellmeister (Director of Music) at Salzburg Cathedral, you will study the pieces during workshops (held in German and English). On Saturday, you will perform the Requiem with orchestra and well-known soloists in Salzburg Cathedral. On Sunday, the Piccolomini(Spaur)-Mass will be sung during the Holy Mass from the organ loft of the Cathedral.

Programme

Thursday, 27 August 2020:  workshop in the afternoon, in the evening reception in the Domchorsaal to get acquainted

Friday, 28 August 2020:  workshops in the morning and afternoon

Saturday, 29 August 2020:  grand evening concert at Salzburg Cathedral, followed by reception at the Residenzplatz; dress rehearsal in the morning

Sunday, 30 August 2020:  accompanying the Holy Mass at Salzburg Cathedral

  ONLINE-REGISTRATION   

 

How Do You Register for the Choir Festival?

Online-Registration

Register for the Choir Festival comfortably
though our Online Reservation System.
If you have any questions please contact info@kunstkultur.com.

Registration per E-Mail

We are happy to receive your registration by e-mail to info@kunstkultur.com! Please send us the completed registration form:
Form Beethoven Vienna
Form Requiem Vienna
Form Requiem Salzburg

Registration by Phone or Personally

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Worellstraße 3, A - 1060 Vienna
Phone: +43 (0) 1 581 86 40
Mon-Thu: 9 am to 3 pm | Fri: 9 am to 3 pm

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