CHORALP: The biggest summer choir festival in the Hautes Alpes
Vancouver Youth Choir

The 9th International Singing Week Meeting will take place from July 13 to 20, 2019. In 8 years, choirs from all over the world have come to sing the great works of the Choral repertoire: from the Monteverdi's Vespers to Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, the swinging repertoires of Latin America and Broadway musicals.
The CHORALP Meetings are a week where singers from all over Europe were able to mix their voices with those of choirs from Venezuela, Canada, United States, Israel, Russia or Greece...
Next summer in Briançon we are waiting for to you be able to discover the charms of eternal Ireland but also that of the unusual and multicolored Argentina so as to create (world premiere) the cantata “Destino Patagonia” by Sergio Arriagada, accompanied by the instrumental ensemble of the Andes, Los Calchakis.

Presentation of international meetings CHORALP

The workshops and concerts of the CHORALP International Singing Week in Briançon will help you share intense moments of music and culture.
The ninth edition of this International Singing Week will host two workshops:

Swept by the winds, the steep western gateway to the New World, green Ireland is rich in music.
Poetry and celebration are the soul of his people.
A journey to live with Bernie Sherlock, conductor of the New Dublin Voices.

Sergio Arriagada's cantata for narrator, soloist, mixed choir and traditional South American instrumental ensemble.
Colors of the pampas, glaciers, ancestral forests, wild coasts around Cape Horn, a world premiere directed by Iris Thion-Poncet and the instrumental ensemble Los Calchakis.

Complete choirs and individual singers are all welcome in these workshops.

"CHORALP welcomes without selection of any kind, and whatever their musical level, those who enjoy the pleasure of singing together. Each singer carries at his own level and facility, a shared, unique and ephemeral creation, which is a source of intense happiness. The more seasoned voices supporting the work of the lesser experienced… and the magic happens…"