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AWARDS

The Gracias Choir has grown into a world renowned choir. In 2009, the Gracias Choir won the Jeju International Choral Competition, and followed on to compete in 5 major international choral competitions in Europe. The Gracias Choir won the Grand Prix a the the 13th Riva Del Garda International Choral Competition in Italy, the 1st Prize and the Audience’ Choice Award at the 50th Montreux International Choral Competition in Switzerland, and also won the Grand Prize (the highest prize) and Special Prize at the Marktoberdorf International Choral Competition in Germany. The Gracias Choir has been recognized for its excellence in musicality and has taken on being the best choir in the world. 

2015.05.26

The First Prize

Well Romantic Choral Work Prize

14th Marktoberdorf Choral Competition in Germany

2014.04.16

Grand Prize

13th Concorso Corale Internazionale Riva del Garda, 2014, Italy

2014.04.26

First Prize

Best Audience Award

Montreux Choral Festival 2014, Switzerland

2010.11.13

Grand Prize

Best Conductor’s Award

Silver Prize in Women’s Chorus

2010 Busan International Choir Competition

2009.7.15

The Grand Prize

2009 Jeju International Choir Competition

VISION

“If the world can become warmer through our music, then we will sing anywhere, anytime.” 
As youth issues and societal problems are on the rise, cultural arts are now playing a part in healing and solving the problems of the heart. 
With the belief that classical music can change and heal people’s hearts, Gracias Choir is presenting joy and happiness through its activities to people around the world, and is contributing to the popularization of classical music.

MISSION

First: To operate as a professional classical choir and orchestra.
Second: Hold regular concerts in order to foster the emotions of the youth, and to hold benefit concerts for the disadvantaged in society.
Third: Train musicians equipped with both ability and knowledge by running educational and other diverse programs.
Fourth: Contribute to the improvement of the level of classical music within Korea through performances overseas, as well as through interchange with musicians from other countries, institutions, and organizations.