Performers

Sonomento

  Biography: Sonomento is MacPhail’s premiere adult choral ensemble, a 40-member auditioned chamber choir that specializes in performing the great classical choral works, past and present. The group has become an ambassador for MacPhail’s adult education program and performs regularly around the Twin Cities, often collaborating with other choirs and orchestras. Under musical director Craig… Read more »

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Seattle Girls Choir, Prime Voci

Biography: Founded in 1982, and under the artistic direction of Jacob Winkler, Seattle Girls Choir provides a comprehensive and progressive choral education with an emphasis on vocal technique, musical literacy, and ensemble performance for girls aged 6 years old through 18. The choir regularly collaborates with other Seattle area arts organisations and performs regionally and… Read more »

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Ruciteme Karyenda Culture de Buyenzi

Biography: Ruciteme Karyenda Culture de Buyenzi, founded in 1987, started with 27 members. The members range in age from 8 – 50.The group performs the Burundian dance which is an old, traditional dance and was usually played for Kings. The dance should bring people together and aims to bring happiness and peace into the nation…. Read more »

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Quintessential Vocal Ensemble

Biography: Celebrating 25 years among Canada’s most accomplished amateur choirs, the Quintessential Vocal Ensemble (QVE) brings together more than 60 singers from the thriving musical city of St. John’s, capital of the Atlantic Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. A large and diverse but tight-knit group, deeply rooted in the musical culture of the island… Read more »

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New Jersey Youth Chorus

  Biography: The New Jersey Youth Chorus, founded in 1992, is an auditioned choral program for children in grades three through to twelve. The heart of their mission is to provide exceptional choral music education and performance experiences, fostering expression, artistry and growth. Coriste, NJYC’s young women’s ensemble, has been a featured choir at the… Read more »

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Mahidol University Choir

Biography: The Mahidol Univesity choir, also known as MU Choir, was founded in July 2011 by the Dean of the college of music- associate professor Dr. Sugree Charoensook. It is the University’s premiere mixed choir, composed of a select group of students representing the different colleges and faculties of Mahidol University, conducted by Rit Subsomboon…. Read more »

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Liederkranz Netphen

Biography: On November 27, 1904, 21 young men founded the Liederkranz Netphen. Soon, the choir enjoyed general popularity, as evidenced by increasing membership. Today, 50 singers of all ages sing in their choir. The Liederkranz Netphen is a laureate of numerous national choir competitions. In recent years, the group won many prizes in several international… Read more »

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KYKLOS – Hellenic Performing and Literary Arts Group

Biography: Kyklos is a non-profit arts organization, formed in Edmonton in 1983, to preserve and promote the Hellenic (Greek) performing arts for the Greek of the diaspora and the people of Alberta. They are Edmonton’s only semi-professional Hellenic (Greek) performing arts group. The word Kyklos means “circle” in Greek, which is symbolic of the circular… Read more »

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Folk Lore Dance Association

  Biography: The Folk Lore Dance Association is a folk dance group including boys and girls. The group organises workshops, to teach people about their traditional dances and their culture. Furthermore, the team performs for charity events and give coaching lessons in different schools and colleges. The dance group rehearse three times a week in… Read more »

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