The International jury of the World Youth Choir has finalized the selection of singers for the session 2012 in Cyprus and surrounding countries. Jury members: Cecilia Rydinger Alin, Sweden, conductor; Ayis Ioannides, conductor; Theodora Pavlovitch, Bulgaria, conductor (IFCM); Penny Rosengren, Sweden (JMI) and Severine Delforge, Belgium, conductor (ECA-EC) have selected 33 new members of the World Youth Choir, who will join the 28 re invited singers of the choir’s session 2010, for an unforgettable social and artistic life time experience in Cyprus, Greece and Turkey in summer 2012.
This year, 188 singers from 44 countries applied/auditioned for the World Youth Choir session 2012 (80 sopranos, 30 altos, 36 tenors and 42 baritones/basses). 33 singers were selected (7 sopranos, 8 altos, 10 tenors and 8 baritone/basses). 33 reserve singers were chosen as well.
Results of the audition, as well as lists of accepted and reserve singers sorted by voice and country, are available for download, here after.
IMPORTANT: All applicants (accepted, reserves and no accepted) as well as all recruitment partners, will be informed about the results of the audition 2012 with personalized e mail message. Please do not write to the management before you receive such e mail.
Foundation World Youth Choir, the World Youth Choir management and three patron organizations are thankful to all applicants and recruitment partners for their tremendous support while auditioning and organizing auditions in their respective countries, believing in the future of the World Youth Choir project with its message of peace, unity and global equality spread by sounds of world’s choral repertoire, with the highest artistic level.
The World Youth Choir management
List of RE INVITED singers by country
Audition results SOPRANO 1
Audition results SOPRANO 2
Audition results ALTO 1
Audition results ALTO 2
Audition results TENOR 1
Audition results TENOR 2
Audition results BARITONE
Audition results BASS
Audition results ACCEPTED by country
Audition results RESERVES by country