International Choir and Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City

International Choir and Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City

The International Choir and Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City was established in 1996 by Graham Sutcliffe, the then cultural attaché of the British Embassy in Hanoi.

From 2006 to 2016, it was led by Brian Riedlinger as Artistic Director with the help of both Ian Alexander as Orchestra Director and Emma Jane Morris as Assistant Director.

In 2016, Gareth Groves and Grégory Notebaert took over from Brian as its Artistic Director and Assistant Choir Director, respectively, providing a fresh direction to the Choir & Orchestra.

The choir currently has 60 members while the orchestra holds 30, comprising a mix of both Vietnamese locals and foreign expatriates.

The Choir’s repertoire includes classic works by Handel, Mozart, Haydn, Vivaldi, and many other famous composers, as well as songs from musicals, traditional songs, and Christmas carols in many languages.

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Chantez au Seigneur – Motet on a Psalm of Saint Francis of Assisi
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Laudate Dominum
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Love Came Down at Christmas
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Rorate Cæli Desuper

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Fatalitas
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Avant toi – Arrangement

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Sunny Winter Days

Sunny Winter Days is a slow jazz piece that was written in 2008 for a friend of mine who plays alto saxophone. When I composed it, the melodic line made me think of those sunny winter sundays, when you can look at the snow fields through your window, while seated in your armchair, before the fireplace, holding a cup of hot chocolate. Hence the name of the piece.

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