WSCM2020, July 11-18 2020, Auckland New Zealand

WSCM2020 - Second Half

The second half of WSCM2020 starts on Wednesday 15 July 2020 and runs through to Saturday 18 July 2020.

This half of the Symposium will feature a programme of 12 top choirs and over 20 world-class presenters, as listed below, and will conclude with a closing event on the evening of Saturday 18 July 2020.

 

The first half of WSCM2020 starts on Saturday 11 July 2020, and the programme of choirs and presenters for this half is listed here.

In order to get the best Symposium experience, we strongly recommend that you register for the whole of WSCM2020. 

CHOIRS

Twelve of the world’s finest choirs have been programmed to perform in the second half of WSCM2020:

Batavia Madrigal Singers (Indonesia)

Winner, Tolosa Choral Contest 2018

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Cantabile Youth Singers of Silicon Valley (USA)

Gold Medalist, Golden State International Competition 2016

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Carmina Slovenica (Slovenia)

Renowned vocal theatre troupe

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Ewha Chamber Choir (Republic of Korea)

Much-recorded women's ensemble

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Hamilton Children's Choir (Canada)

International Showcase Choir, ACDA National Conference 2017

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Kammerchor Stuttgart (Germany)

The most frequently-selected Symposium choir

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Müller Chamber Choir (Taiwan)

Ranked #1 World Chamber Choir 2018 by Interkultur

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National Youth Choir of Great Britain (UK)

The UK's pre-eminent youth choir

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NOTUS (USA)

Leading contemporary choral ensemble

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Pop-Up Detmold (Germany)

Exciting award-winning jazz choir

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Portland State Chamber Choir (USA)

Grand Prix Winner, Seghizzi International Contest 2013

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Stockholms Musikgymnasiums Kammarkör (Sweden)

Finalist, European Grand Prix 2018

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PRESENTERS

Over twenty top international presenters will present in the second half of WSCM2020:

Jeffrey Ames (USA)

Two African American Genres: Spiritual and Concert Gospel

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Yuval Benozer (Israel)

From Remote Land to the Holy Land

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David Childs with Tracey Gregg-Boothby (USA)

Earth and Sky, Body and Spirit: Indigenous Music of North America

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Nicholas Cleobury (UK)

New Choral Music – The Composer's Palette

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Lori-Anne Dolloff (Canada)

Respectful Collaboration with Indigenous Artists

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Margarete Ertl (Germany)

Neuroscience and Choral Music

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Sylvain Kwami Gameti (Togo)

The Talking Drum

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Jeremy Haneman (UK)

Singing Our Lives – A Haven for Migrants and Refugees

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Anna-Maria Hefele (Germany)

Overtone Singing

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Anne Kohler (Germany)

"It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing"

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Andrew Minear (USA)

Choral Programming Trends in the USA

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Michael Ostrzyga (Germany)

"Living Poetries"

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Elizabeth Scott (Australia)

The Curse of the Piano

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Ethan Sperry (USA)

Choral Music from India

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Joan Szymko (USA)

The Greening Power of Song

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Barkev Taslakian (Lebanon)

Helping Disadvantaged Youth through Choral Singing

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Jean-Sébastien Vallée (Canada)

The Heartbeat of our Songs

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Panda van Proosdij (Netherlands)

From Voice and Physique to 'Choireography'

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Timothy Wayne-Wright (UK)

Performing Unconducted

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Robert Wiremu (Aotearoa)

Na te waha ki te waharoaThe relationship between voice and place

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