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Taipei Symphony Orchestra

TSO Chorus

TSO Chorus
TSO Chorus

The TSO Chorus under the TSO, was found in 1993 and is one of the leading choruses in Taipei.

The purpose of this Chorus is mainly to promote the exquisite culture of music, to enhance the quality of life and to expand performances of the orchestra, making the TSO to be a complete orchestra.

Members of the TSO Chorus are mostly talented people whose major is music and are passionate about music. The Chorus focuses their practices mostly on classic and modern repertoire from both East and West, includes chorus, vocal music and language training.

The TSO Chorus made its debut with Verdi’s “Requiem” in August 1993. Since then the Chorus has been working intensively with the Taipei Arts Festival along with the TSO on their annual schedule of events, such as productions of “Carmen”, “Turandot”, “Aida”, “The Flying Dutchman”, “La traviata”, “La bohème”, “Rigoletto”, “Madame Butterfly”, “Eugene Onegin” and more. The Chorus often worked with prominent conductors such as Robert Porco, Eliahu Inbal, Roberto Abbado, Gilbert Varga on classics such as Beethoven “Choral Symphony”, Verdi “Requiem”, Mahler Symphonies and Rachmaninoff “The Bells”.