Taipei Philharmonic Chorus
Founded in 1972, Taipei Philharmonic Chorus was has established a reputation as one of the most prestigious choruses in Taiwan. The Chorus is awarded and sponsored by the Ministry of Cultural from 1994 to date as an “Outstanding Performing Group”. The chorus has collaborated with all the major orchestras in Taiwan, repertoire include Beethoven Symphony No.9, Mendelssohn Elijah and Symphony No.2, Mahler Symphony No.2, 3, 8, Brahms Requiem, Bach B Minor Mass, St. John Passion and St. Matthew Passion, Walton Belshazzar’s Feast, to name a few. From the 140-voice chorus, a 40-voice chamber choir is selected to tour and to perform more selected works, and has an impressive history of overseas performances. Together with the chorus, both groups have been invited to perform in many different festivals and countries.