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L’Ensemble Choral Copernic and Voci Copernic

(Paris, France) Copernic has two amateur choirs, open to all (depending on your level), who repeat in Copernic synagogue and perform regularly in concert.

The Copernic Choral Ensemble

Sings the works of the great repertoire of Jewish, liturgical or profane music, thus maintaining the high musical tradition on which the liturgy of Copernic was built.
One rehearsal per week on Tuesdays at 7:30 pm
To join the choir, an admission test is done at the entrance.
Conductor: Itaï Daniel
Annual fee 2017-2018: ULIF members: 150 € - Non-members: 180 € (special conditions if necessary)
Dedicated web page (sheet music, mp3)

Voci Copernic

Open to all, without admission test. Traditional songs, musicals, Israeli songs, songs in Ladino and Yiddish ... Voci Copernicus animates various events. The choir has performed in Deauville and the town hall of the 4th arrondissement of Paris.

Rehearsals on Sunday at 11am in Copernic.
Dedicated web page (sheet music, mp3)
Choral conductor: Marlène Samoun
Annual fee 2017-2018: ULIF members: 140 € - Non-members: 160 € (special conditions if necessary)

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