This second concert of the festival will turn its attention to local treble choruses, presenting a wide variety of vocal acts from the various communities in Singapore.
Friday & Saturday, 23 - 24 August 2019
Cantemus Children’s Choir Feature Concert
After a successful inaugural launch last year, the Treble Voices Festival is back this year with not one but two full-length concerts celebrating the diverse sounds of the treble chorus.
This concert will feature the Cantemus Children’s Choir (founded in 1975 by Dénes Szabó). They are the multi international prize winning senior pupils’ choir of the Kodály Zoltán Primary School in Nyiregyháza, Hungary. Since its formation in 1975 the choir has achieved the highest of standards in choral performance and has traveled extensively to give concerts, compete, and take part in festivals in countries throughout Europe and the rest of the world – including Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, South America and the United States of America.
They will be joined by the Festival Children's Choir conducted by Children's Choir of the World conductor - Maria Theresa Vizconde Roldan from the Philippines, and the Festival Youth Choir conducted by our Artistic Director Marcus Lee.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear the Cantemus Children's Choir live for the first time in Singapore and get your tickets now!
The VOCO Singapore Ladies Choir, an all-female adult ensemble is dedicated to finding and spreading the essence of Singaporean and Asian Music and exploring new music of the world,
The Joyful Voices, an independent choir in Singapore established upon the values of family-bonding and instilling passion for music,
The Synchronix Show Choir, known for its original pop arrangements and intricate dance routines,
and our Festival Children’s and Festival Youth Choirs, made up of singers from Singaporean Primary and Secondary schools.
In addition, we will also have our guest choir performing their native pieces in an exchange of culture and friendship. They are the Cantemus Children’s Choir, an international prize winning senior pupils’ choir of the Kodály Zoltán Primary School in Nyiregyháza, Hungary.