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A voice for vocal training - English
A voice for vocal training - English

Are you looking for information about inspiring good practices of singing with children in primary schools? Koor&Stem has made an inventory of initiatives in European countries. We have found more than 110 projects and initiatives from all over Europe. Here is a brief summary of a selection of 30 projects.

These 30 projects can be categorised into five concepts for vocal training for children:

  1. Train the trainer
  2. Motivate the future teacher
  3. Use a digital environment
  4. Singing schools
  5. Work together and create awareness.


Download research rapport as pdf

Summary of the research report in English /  Samenvatting in het Nederlands / Résumé en français /  Zusammenfassung auf Deutsch.


Do you want to know more about all 113 international projects?

Download the complete list of international projects here. (contains references to all websites) 


Informatie in het Nederlands

Hier is de informatie in het Nederlands.


More information?

Read more about the project 'A voice for vocal training' please click here or get in touch with Lucille Lamaker  / / tel. (+32) 3 237 96 43.


VOICE European cooperation project

'A voice for vocal training'  is part of “VOICE - Vision On Innovation for Choral music in Europe”, a project coordinated by European Choral Association – Europa Cantat (Germany) in cooperation with Chorverband Österreich (Austria), Expertisecentrum Stem (Belgium), Koor&Stem (Belgium), Epilogi (Cyprus), UCPS (Czech Republic), A Coeur Joie (France), Polyfollia (France), Moviment Coral Català and Mediterranean Office for Choral Singing (Spain), KÓTA and Central-Eastern European Centre (Hungary), Zsolnay Heritage Management Nonprofit Ltd – ZSÖK (Hungary), FENIARCO (Italy), IFAC (France), Länsmusiken with the Swedish International Choral Centre Örebro (Sweden, 2012 to 2013) and the University of York (UK), as well as many other associate partners. This project has been selected under the European Union programme “Culture. See also