The Aurum Chamber Choir is an ambitious choir from Trondheim. The choir was founded in 2006 and consists of around 30 singers in their 20s and 40s. They are committed to maintaining a high musical level and have a varied and exciting repertoire consisting of both new and old music.
In October 2018, the Aurum Chamber Choir received a gold diploma in the chamber choir and sacred classes at Canta Al Mar, Barcelona, Spain. In 2017, they won sacred class and mixed choir class A during the NM for choir. They also received the Composers’ Association’s honorary award for performing the piece Come Peace by Marianne Reidarsdatter Eriksen.
The Aurum Chamber Choir is a sought-after choir for collaborative projects. In 2016 they helped set up Fauré’s Requiem, and in 2017 Mahler’s 2nd Symphony was on the poster. Through several years of requests from Olavsfestdagene, they have been able to expand their comfort zone.
The choir likes to challenge themselves and what a choir can do, and are happy to receive requests for different types of collaborative projects.
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