Vaaler Sangforening

Nice choir music from Norway


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Vaaler Sangforening is holding a choir concert at the Nordic House´s concert hall on June 26 from 4 pm to 5 pm.

Vaaler Sangforening is a male choir with 20 members from the parishes Vaaler and Aasnes. The choir that was founded in 1899 is the oldest music organisation in Vaaler. The choir is well rooted in Norwegian male choir tradition. There is creativity in form and choice of programme.

Examples where the choir has given concerts.
Norway: Hamar Cathedral. (Glasscathedral) Røros Church
Sweden: Fryksände Church, Torsby. Karlstad Cathedral
Aaland: St. Görans Church and Outdoorscene Marketplace, Mariehamn
Scotland: St. Giles Cathedral and Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh
Finland: Tempeliaukio Church
Svalbard: Svalbard Church, Longyearbyen
Faroe Island: Tórshavn Cathedral, Klaksvik Church and The Nordic House, Tórshavn
England: Leeds Cathedral. Durham Cathedral

The choir’s conductor is Arne Moseng.
Born 1946. Organist and music leader in Vaaler since 1975. Educated at Norwegian music conservatories and The Norwegian Music University. He has conducted choir concerts with different choirs in a number of nations. Instructor at choir and conductor seminars. Engaged in organization work for the development of music in Norway.

Free entrance and everybody is welcome to join!

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