Over 11,000 choral enthusiasts from around the world gathered in Beijing
Emily Kuo, musician and IFCM Vice-President
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Emily Kuo Vong is currently a Vice President of the International Federation for Choral Music. Prior to earning this title, Emily has made many generous contributions to the Choral Community, including founding the Chinese and American Inter-Culture Exchange Foundation in 2007 to help raise funds for choral events around the world. Emily also sits on the board of directors at the Macau Choral Art Association to help achieve their vision of bringing international choral news and events into Macau.
It is with great pleasure that I write to you during this month of September, after a very successful IFCM summer.
As you know, we had three festivals all over China during the month of July. Our first festival was th…
IFCM was founded in 1982 in order to promote communication and exchange between choral musicians, across international and intercultural boundaries. Since then, IFCM has become the global umbrella of a wide network of nationa…
The new year is upon us, and with it come fresh new ideas, new inspiration, and new energy and spirit for IFCM.
Over the past few months our Executive Committee, Board and staff have been hard at work laying the organ…
By Emily Kuo, IFCM Vice-President
With great support from leaders such as Zhou Weizhi, Li Ling and Li Huanzhi, the China Chorus Association (CCA) was established in Beijing in 1986 by famous conductors including Yan Liangkun, Qiu Li…