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Kammerchor "Hiroshima Kantorei"

Kammerchor "Hiroshima Kantorei"


Kammerchor ""Hiroshima Kantorei"" in Hiroshima was founded by Nozomi Terasawa (chorus conductor) in 2014 that mainly performs romantic sacred music.
The choir's purpose is to contribute to the cultural development of choral music by performing music with a cultural and historical background.
The choir holds a subscription concert once a year and also participates in various competitions.
The choir received the Bronze Prize in the mixed chorus section of the 69st JCA National Choral Competition.
Received the Silver Prize in the Mixed Choir Division of the 1st Tokyo International Chorus Competition.


Nozomi Terasawa

Nozomi Terasawa, Chorus Conductor in Hiroshima, was born and raised in Nagano. Graduated from Elisabeth University of Music, Department of Religious Music course.
While still a university student, he formed a baroque ensemble, the Hiroshima Bach Soloists.
In recent years, acts frequently as a Chorus Master, leading Tochio Hosokawa ""Sternlose Nacht"", W.A.Mozart ""Idomeneo"","" Die Zauberflöte"" to success.
Currently, Elizabeth Singers regular members, Elisabeth University of Music part-time lecturer (choral / religious music / Choral Conducting).
Awarded the Hiroshima Culture Prize in 2020.

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