European Choral Association - Europa Cantat
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1960-05-15 Geneva Switzerland
15 May 1960, Geneva (Switzerland), as Europa Cantat - European Federation of Young Choirs (EFYC) – Europa Cantat - Fédération européenne des jeunes chorales (FEJC) – Europa Cantat - Europäische Föderation Junger Chöre (EFJC). Constitution adopted and registered in accordance with German law, 9 Feb 1963, Bonn (Germany FR). New name adopted Jan 2011 when merged with H-XD3886 - Union of European Choral Federations (EUROCHOR). EU Transparency Register: 236316930224-39.
Contribute to mutual understanding between European peoples, including their music, languages and cultural heritage; allow young people to get to know Europe in a different way by studying and performing choral music together with other Europeans and listening to other choirs.
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