青海11选五奖金 www.yfen.net The Voice of Wanquanhe, a chorus from Qionghai, Hainan province, won a silver medal at the 11th International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival, which was held in Wernigerode, Germany.
A total of 45 teams from 17 countries and regions participated in the event.
The Voice of Wanquanhe, a chorus from Qionghai, Hainan province, wins a silver medal at the 11th International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival. [Photo/WeChat QHBTV-59]
It is the first international competition that the Qionghai chorus has participated in. After receiving its invitation, the chorus was engaged in intense rehearsals for about half a year.
The International Johannes Brahms Choir Festival is a biennial event and has been held for 20 years. This year, the organizing committee invited professional chorus teams to participate in the competition and top chorus experts across the world to be the judges. It is an internationally recognized event known for its professionalism and high standards.
In addition to taking part in the competition, the Qionghai chorus also performed at two concerts and a music parade event where they had in-depth exchanges with other participating choruses.
Apart from the competition, the chorus also takes part in two concerts and a music parade event. [Photo/WeChat QHBTV-59]
"This is the first time we have gone abroad to study with foreign chorus teams. It is very meaningful. Everyone was full of expectations. We have learned a lot of distinctive chorus forms and techniques," said Zhang Taibin, a member of the Voice of Wanquanhe.
The chorus was established in 2015 and currently has 50 members, including music teachers and music lovers in primary and secondary schools in Qionghai. The team has claimed a number of prizes at competitions in China.
The members of the Voice of Wanquanhe pose for a group photo. [Photo/WeChat QHBTV-59]
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