ONE VOICE FOR COLLECTIVE SINGING IN EUROPE!

Conference Sing Outside The Box & General Assembly 2018

3 days in Cappadocia, Turkey for choral enthusiasts discussing hot topics of the choral world with a focus on different ways to perform, interact with audiences and cooperate with other art forms.

News

Call for Youth Committee 2019-2021

We are looking for 6 young [under 27] choral lovers for joining the next Youth Committee! They will support the Board, giving the organisation a youth perspective whilst also providing a platform to learn. Read the requirements and the offer Deadline for...

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Newsletter November 2018

Read the highlights of November, find out what will happen in the following months and don´t miss deadlines! READ THE NEWSLETTER If you find in this newsletter news worth reading, please invite your friends and colleagues to subscribe to it! That’s easy, just share...

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Election of the new ECA-EC Board and President

We are happy to announce that the new Board of the European Choral Association - Europa Cantat was elected on November 17th 2018 in Uçhisar, Turkey and that Carlo Pavese from Italy is the President of the association. The General Assembly elected a Board of 11 persons...

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WHO ARE WE?

The European Choral Association – Europa Cantat is a network of organisations, choirs and individuals in the field of collective singing in Europe. Through its membership, it directly represents more than 2,5 million singers, conductors, composers and managers in over 40 European countries, and reaches out to more than 37 million people in continental Europe active in the field of collective singing.

The European Choral Association – Europa Cantat is the result of a merger between Europa Cantat – European Federation of Young Choirs (EFYC), founded in 1960/1963 and the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Europäischer Chorverbände (AGEC), founded in 1955.

The European Choral Association is supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, by the German Ministry of Youth (BMFSFJ) and the City of Bonn