Best choirs in the world



The Coral Studio of Buenos Aires was founded in 1981 by a group of young musicians who already had a decade of work in the Vocal Ensemble. It is integrated almost exclusively by professional musicians, summoned to interpret chamber music.

The group obtained a resounding success of public and of the specialized critic, and for this reason it began to be considered one of the best choirs of camera of the world.

UNIVERSITY CHOIR OF MENDOZA The University Choir of Mendoza was created on May 12, 1965 by Maestro Felipe Vallesi and until today has many awards and distinctions internationally.

As of 1997, she assumes the responsibility of this group, pioneer and dean of the choral activity, Prof. Silvana Vallesi.
He has developed an intense artistic work spreading universal choral music, offering numerous concerts in the entire Argentine provinces. They deserve to stand out, by the great repercussion of the public and of specialized critic, the performances in the Theater Colon of Buenos Aires in 1971, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1988 and 2003, in the Luna Park in 1994 and 1995 and in San Juan Coral 2006, where he was specially invited to participate in the X International Chamber Choir Competition of Marktoberdorff, Germany by the authorities of the Contest.
Abroad he has performed in important concert halls in Germany, Austria, Chile, Denmark, Spain, the United States, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Paraguay, Sweden, Vatican and Venezuela. Recently, his participation in the 8th World Symposium on Choral Music -Copenhagen, the maximum event of choral music organized by the “International Federation of Choral Music” every three years in different countries, which brings together the best directors in Workshops and Conferences, stands out. And to the best Choirs in the Programmed Concerts, selected among 29 choirs from around the world.
Currently his varied repertoire a cappella is mainly focused on Contemporary Music offering and disseminating new choral works, premieres and first auditions of prestigious Argentine and foreign composers. As part of his search in the Avant-garde of the 20th and 21st centuries, Interdisciplinary Actions continue.


This is a British choir specializing in Renaissance and Baroque music founded by Harry Christophers in 1977. They are best known for their interpretations of polyphony by English composers.

Its components come mostly from the choirs of the University of Oxford and Cambridge. The choir has its own orchestra called “The Symphony of Harmony and Invention”, also sometimes called “The Sixteen Orchestra”.

Since 2001, the group has its own record company called Coro with which they release their new albums and reissue their old recordings from the late Collins Classics label.

The Sixteen appear regularly in a BBC television series called Sacred Music.


The Tallis Scholars is a British group that was founded in 1973 by director Peter Phillips. They specialize in the a cappella singing of the sacred music of the Renaissance. The group is usually composed of ten members and they have their own music label, called Gimell Records.
In addition to their work as professional musicians, some members of the group also have activities in the academic field: Phillips has published the book English Sacred Music 1549-1649 and Sally Dunkley, Francis Steele and Deborah Roberts have activities related to the publication and editing of works related to the Renaissance and the beginning of the Baroque.


King’s Sisters literally means “The singers of the king”. It is a choir specialized in singing a cappella . Its name is reminiscent of King’s College in Cambridge, England, where the group was founded by six students in 1968.


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