Amadeus Chamber Choir

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Amadeus Chamber Choir

Since its inception in January, 1990, the Amadeus Chamber Choir has established a vast repertoire, ranging from 16th century polyphony up to contemporary music. Internationally acclaimed Maestro Brian Cefai is both the artistic director and conductor of the this renowned choir.

The choir has sung in various tours in countries all over Europe as well as in various choir competitions, their latest participation was in July 2012 in the First International Florence Choir Festival.

The Amadeus Chamber Choir also organizes yearly choral concerts, including the concert ‘Prelude to Christmas’ and the Passiontide Concert 'God So Loved the World'. The choir are currently preparing for their upcoming concert 'Requiem & Messa Di Gloria' by Faure` & Puccini to celebrate their 25th Anniversary.

The choir also had the honor of performing in Brussels last year at Flanders Festival and 'One Thousand Voices for Peace' concert in commemoration of the first centenary from the Great War. There we joined other choirs in singing the world premiere of Kryztof Penderecki's 'Dies Ila' at Koekelberg Cathedral and sang a fellowship concert with Amabile Choir from Neerpelt in Neerpelt and we also sang a concert at 'Dar Malta' in Brussels.