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Saint Rafqa Children ChoirSaint Rafqa’s Children Choir was founded in 2010 under the direction of Sr. Marana Saad. The children choir is divided into two groups and is made up of 90 choristers whom ages vary from 6 until 15 years old. The children has demonstrated their skills in sacred and oriental music specifically Syro-Maronite sacred music

A Coeur JoieIn 1922, César Geoffray (1901-1972) began to bring youth to good music by the practice of public chant. Just after the Second World War, he devoted himself to the organization of choirs in the French scouts and founded in 1947 the Movement A Coeur Joie International. Over the years,

NDUThe Notre-Dame University Choir - Louaizé was first formed in October of 1993 under the direction of Reverend Fr. Khalil Rahme, a Mariamite monk, and with the encouragement and support of the Maronite Mariamite Order. 

The choir is formed of a number of professionals as well as students of the School of Music.

Kousan

Kousan 300 member choir was founded by the great Armenian composer, musicologist, arranger, choirmaster, singer KOMITAS (Soghomon Soghomonian) in 1910 Constantinople (Istanbul). The choir toured Armenian communities and gave performances of Folk compositions by komitas.

Saint RafqaUnder the direction of Sr Marana Saad, Saint Rafqa’s Choir has established its reputation as one of the leading choirs in Lebanon. The choir has participated in concerts alongside prominent orchestras, received many invitations to festivals, and has also collaborated with other leading choirs. The choir provides education in the field of sacred music —specifically Maronite sacred music and Lebanese classical music, for both choir and solo.

AntonineThe Antonine University Choir belongs to the Higher Institute of Music at Antonine University. Being faithful to the monastic tradition of the Antonine Maronite Order, the choir has contributed since the eighties in the cultural enrichment of the Lebanese musical life by its repertory focusing on the Antonine musical tradition.

FayhaThe FAYHA CHOIR, established since 2003, and conducted ever since by Maestro Barkev Taslakian, is sponsored by Azm & Saada Association. It supports the choir financially and morally, which helps it to improve and perform at its best, locally or internationally.

VivaceOut of passion for early music, Vivace saw the light in the Fall of 2013. Taking a musical term which means “lively and spirited” as its name, Vivace is a vocal ensemble aiming to breathe life into famous, as well as obscure, Renaissance and Baroque choral works.

 

AYCArmenian Youth Choir (AYC) of Hamazkayin Educational and Cultural Society was founded in  2008 in order to keep the young generation's taste & interest in classical, folk and contemporary qualified music alive.
The choir's founder and artistic director is Maestro ZakarKeshishian.

AUS Alumni Nassim Al Saba ChoirAUS Alumni Nassim Al Saba Choir is an ensemble whose members are all alumni and students of the American University of Sharjah. The choir was formed in 2010, with the hope to share Arabic heritage and build cultural bridges with non-Arab cultures. AUS Alumni Nassim Al Saba Choir

Yerevan Chamber ChoirArt Director and Chief Conductor, Honoured Artist of Armenia: Harutyun Topikyan

Choirmaster: Karine Harutyunyan

Soloists: Seyran Avakyan, Makruhi Khachaturyan, Aren Avetyan, Tamara Mosinyan, Vahagn Vardazaryan, Jeni Nazaryan.

The Harmony BandHarmony Band is a group of youth that started from Lebanon in 2003 with four members and expanded to end up with professional charismatic influencers. Each member enjoys characteristics & talents, which influence the youth in hearing their message in a way that is accepted by many people from the recent generations.

Gargatch

GARGATCH  Children Choir of Hamazkayin was established to refine the artistic taste of up-and-coming generation in 1997 by Maestro Zakar Keshishian , its founding artistic director and conductor.

GARGATCH has performed annual concerts in Lebanon and held a series of concerts in Armenia

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