Copenhagen Girl’s Choir sings in Berlin

Friday, May 13, the Copenhagen Girl’s Choir sings in the Nordic embassies’ Felleshus in Berlin – and on Thursday, May 12, in the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Memorial Church with the Berliner Girl Choir.

The choir, known in Denmark as Sankt Annæ Girl’s Choir, is one of the leading choirs of its kind and plays a prominent role in Danish and international choral life. It consists of 140 girls in 6th to 9th grade and usually performs with 35-70 singers. They sing a variety of material ranging from new compositions to classic and rhythmic music. 

The concert in Felleshuset is free – you can save your seat here. 

Photo: Sankt Annæ Pigekor