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Concert tours

The choir has held concerts in following countries (cities):

  • 2012: Denmark and Sweden

  • 2011: Germany(Berlin)

  • 2010: England(Stamford, Patrington, Newark-on-Trent)

  • 2009: China (Xiamen, Suzhou(Shanghai), Beijing)

  • 2008: Czech Republic (Prague)

  • 2007: Holland (Groningen, Haarlem, Amsterdam)

  • 2006: Finland (Kruunupyy, Pietarsaari, Närpiö, Turku, Helsinki)

  • 2005: England (London, Tewkesbury, Pershore, Nottingham, Lincoln, Mansfield, Clifton)

  • 2004: Spanien (Malaga, Nerja, Granada)

  • 2003: Norway (Kristiansand, Stavanger)

  • 2002: Australia (Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney)

  • 2001: Austria (Vienna, Brunn am Gebirge, Klosterneuburg)

  • 2000: Sweden (Uppsala, Västerås, Södertälje, Stockholm)

  • 1999: Spain (Barcelona, Montserrat, Palma de Mallorca)

  • 1998: Belgium (Leuven, Antwerpen, Mechelen)

  • 1997: USA (San Francisco, Salinas, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles)

  • 1996: Ireland (Tralee, Dublin)

  • 1995: Lithuania (Kaunas, Palanga)

  • 1994: Italy (Lecco)

  • 1993: Poland (Stettin)

  • 1992: England (Nottingham, Birmingham, London)

  • 1991: France (Nancy, Paris)

  • 1990: Germany(Braunschweig)

  • 1989: Italy (Rome, Firenze)

  • 1988: Germany (Braunschweig, Goslar, Wildemann)

  • 1987: Copenhagen

  • 1986: USA (San Fransisco, Novato, Solvang, San Diego, Los Angeles)
  • 1985: Germany (Hamburg)

  • 1984: England (Hexam, Harwick) Scotland (North Berwick, Edinburgh)

  • 1983: Copenhagen

  • 1982: USA (Washington D.C., Charleston, Jacksonville, Orlando)

  • 1981: France (Paris) Netherlands (Oldebroek) Belgium (Brussels)

  • 1980: Austria (Innsbruck, Millstatt, Wilhering)

  • 1979: USA (San Fransisco, Solvang, Los Angeles)

  • 1978: England (Pinner, Hayes, Norwich, Nottingham, London)

  • 1977: Germany (Lübeck, Braunschweig, Berlin)

  • 1976: Canada (Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto) USA (New York)

  • 1975: Germany (Bremen) Netherlands (Arnhem, Winschoten, Loppersum)

  • 1974: England (Hayes, Hove, Pinner, Warwick, Wolverhampton, Barnet, London)

  • 1973: Sweden (Göteborg, Stockholm, Eskilstuna)

  • 1972: England (London)

  • 1971: Germany (Neue Vahr, Lemgo)

  • 1970: Germany (Stadthagen, Malsburg, Freiburg) Norway (Stavanger, Kristiansand)

  • 1969: Germany (Kiel, Bremen)

  • 1968: Germany (Helmstedt)

  • 1967: Germany (Bremen)

  • 1966: Germany (Kiel)

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