Saturday, January 12, 2008

Meet the competition in Ireland

Here's the description of all the choirs we'll be singing with in Ireland.

The festival directors describe the group this way:

This year the festival received an exceptional number of very high quality application for the prestigious Fleischmann International Trophy Competition. We are absolutely delighted to announce that as many as 15 choir have been selected to participate in the 2008 competition, representing; Canada, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and the U.S.A.


We'll have to be stunning. Can you be rise to new heights?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

i'm ready!

Anonymous said...

I'm ready for the world to be stunned!
Off the subject... After looking at the other participants profiles, I think we need an updated picture. My brother does photography and is quite good if you need somebody...

~ Jenny Rebecca Smith

Clayton said...

Wow! Every choir participating looks outstanding! I agree with Jenny, the choir needs an updated profile picture. It has to be cool enough to upstage the other profiles on that page. You could do a shot acting out the Last Supper with Copeland as Jesus... just a thought! :)

Patrick Williams said...

new picture needed indeed. imagine my surprise when I moved back in november, got a copy of the black & white, and saw my picture in there with the concert choir!

Harry Miree said...

Man, I hope that High School choir doesn't school us.

Anonymous said...

I'm gonna be rise....

Mr. Henry said...

thank you previous comment, I didn't have to say it.

Anonymous said...

What an exciting combination of choirs! But I must say...

Best Picture (yes we need a new one) goes to...MOLTO CANTABILE (Switzerland)

Most stellar uniforms...RSS Univ - Moscow. Just keep Mrs. Reynolds away.

~Lindsey Harrison

Katie Mo said...

i want one of those dresses just to wear!!!

also, i remember that one time when you wanted to take one of those neat "looking up" pictures. that was fun.
still, let's not do that.