Participation Opportunities

INTERKULTUR events provide the opportunity to customize your event experience by mixing and matching competitive and noncompetitive categories of participation. Choirs may choose from the following:

Non-competitive participation Competitive participation
Non-competitive Festival Participation (Concert Performances only)** Competition categories*

Friendship Concert Performance included

*two performances included

Friendship Concerts

"We enjoyed our participation very much. We took a lot of inspiration from other choirs and we were very happy to listen to many of very good choirs. Also I would like to mention good organization and a lot of nice people in staff. Good luck for next activities!"

Helena Stojaníková, Motyli ?umperk, Czech Republic (Calella 2016)

"It was a great experience for both me and our choir as well. Thank you once more for your great organizing and experience overall! Fons Musicalis can’t wait for our next participation in another Interkultur event."

Michail Karyofyllidis, Fons Musicalis, Greece (Corfu 2016)

Registration Information

Registration deadline: November 30, 2017

Registration Fee
Event Package
Registration Documents

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Event Details

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