The schedule of the Festival is made official at least 20 days prior to the beginning of the events: the calendar reports the places, the time, the number and the names of the choirs taking part in each performance.
The schedule is drawn up by the artistic director who takes into consideration both the repertoire and the number of members in each choir. The artistic director will try to enhance each choir’s repertoire as far as possible by selecting the most appropriate venue for their performances.
Each choir can generally perform two to six times during the whole Festival.
2016 schedule of performances 2016 summary table of performances 2016 list of participant choirs
The final schedule with timetable, locations and choirs for each performance will be published on this page
on June 1 2017 together with the final list of all the participant choirs