Festival Cantus Salisburgensis (Internationales Choir und Orchesterfestival)

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Country and Region AustriaSalzburg Land
Type of Festival Music
Location of Festival Salzburg, Salzburg Land, Austria
Festival Contact Information

Cultours Europe GmbH
Performing and Cultural Tours
Gletschermoosstraße 14
A-5700 Zell am See
Phone: +43650 2705651
Email: concert@cultours.at

Festival Description

Enjoy a great choir and orchestra festival in Salzburg, Austria. Four days of singing and meeting other choirs from around the world. The focus of the festival is cultural, musical and human exchange. The schedule includes a meet and greet gathering, an evening concert by participating groups, a tour of Salzburg, rehearsal sessions, and more. Participating singers will perform a concert in the Mozarteum and be part of a mass in the Salzburg Cathedral. For further informations visit http://www.cantussalisburgensis.at.

Festival Dates July 3 - 7, 2014
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Festival Events:

Performances 2014:
  • Friday, July 4
    Festival concert of Nations, Mozarteum, Great Hall, Salzburg
    • Compulsory pieces: 
Halleluja from Messiah, G. F. Handel and
 Choral Fantasy Op. 80, L. v. Beethoven (G. Henle/ Choral score HN 4669) and a 13-minutes performance of your own choice.
  • Saturday, July 5
    International choir concert day at the medieval castle Golling by Salzburg
    • Each group performs a 40-minutes concert own choice.
Sunday, July 6
    Festival mass, Salzburg Cathedral
Missa Solemnis, W. A. Mozart, KV 337 (Carus 40.619/03, Bernhard Janz) Evening: Fare well party with music and dance
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