12th World Symposium on Choral Music

Concert 11

Kammerchor Stuttgart and Hamilton Children's Choir

A captivating concert, comprising one of the world’s most acclaimed chamber choirs and a magnificent children’s choir in a choreographed performance.

Celebrating 44 years of choral singing, Hamilton Children’s Choir dazzles audiences with a flexible and focused choral tone, masterful interpretations of challenging repertoire, and a captivating, authentic stage presence. Under the artistic direction of internationally-acclaimed Zimfira Poloz, Hamilton Children’s Choir is dedicated to exploring fresh approaches to choral music that reduce barriers, strengthen the choral artform and demonstrate that ‘excellence has no age’. Their programme includes works by Katerina Gimon, Stephen Hatfield, Sarah Quartel and Marie-Claire Saindon.

Kammerchor Stuttgart, founded by choral maestro Frieder Bernius in 1968, has forged an internationally-recognised and refined sound. In its 50 years, the choir has received great acclaim from audiences and critics alike. While known particularly for its performances of the Romantic repertoire, the choir sings music of all periods and has received more than 40 international record prizes, such as the Diapason, Edison and International Music Awards, and the German Record Prize.

“Vocal sound of the highest class" (Eßlinger Zeitung, performance review 2018)


Further information:

Sat Jul 18 2020, 4:00 PM
Adult $67.50
Concession $55.00

Auckland Town Hall

301 – 317 Queen Street, Auckland

09 309 2677



90 minutes (no interval)

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