Join singers from over 20 countries to Sing for Peace.
Singers from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, England, France, Germany, Jersey, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, New Zealand, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Wales and the USA have already applied to participate in this historic event.
Join singers from across the world to Sing for Peace.
An Unforgettable Choral Experience
Sir Karl Jenkins welcomes applications from your choir to sing in a historic televised performance of The Armed Man : A Mass for Peace to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
The city of Berlin has been chosen to stage this momentous occasion where over 3,000 singers from across the globe will join forces with the composer himself conducting to perform this multi –faith and multi-language contemporary masterpiece which describes the build up to war, war itself and the consequences of war. A specially made film will be projected onto multi screens during the performance in synch with the music.
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
What better way both to look back and reflect on our violent past and to look ahead with hope and commit ourselves to a more peaceful future. " Guy Wilson, Former Master of the Armouries
£ 120per chorister
€ 150per chorister
The Concert for Peace is a non-profit project and the participation fee is a contribution towards the staging cost of the production.
An additional fee of £20/€25 per individual is applicable to individuals wishing to take advantage of the opportunity to meet the composer on the Saturday morning.
Choristers will be required to make their own travel plans to/from Berlin, hotel stays and transfers to/from the airport and to/from the concert and rehearsal venues.
Once your application has been accepted we will provide you with details of a travel agent partner who understands the specific demands of this project and has rooms on hold in Berlin and access to flight deals and discounted coach travel.
Selected choristers are required to bring their own score of The Armed Man published by Boosey and Hawkes.
There will be slight amendments to the score for this one off special performance in Berlin and these will be sent to you in due course.
We welcome applications and enquiries from choirs and choristers who have performed The Armed Man:A Mass for Peace on previous occasions and who are familiar with the work. We will require a recording of your choir via email (mp3 or a link to a performance on youtube) in order that we can assess the balance and standard required for Berlin. A recording made on a phone/tablet/ipad of a recent rehearsal is acceptable. The recording does not have to be of Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man:A Mass for Peace.
We welcome applications from individuals who have choral experience but there is no necessity for individuals to send a recording but individuals are expected to come well prepared.
We welcome applications from singers who are 16 years and over on 20th July 2018.
For further details, please see application form.
Recording and Broadcast
All choristers will be required to sign an agreement consenting to the recording of the performance and the unlimited right to exploit the recording in all media worldwide including broadcast platforms.
Registration of Interest
Please complete the application form as soon as possible to express your interest in this exciting project with an indication of the number and nature of voices.
Confirmation of inclusion will follow soon after the application form is received along with details of how to pay the participation fee.
Confirmation of participation can only be given once payment has been received.
Priority Ticket Booking
Priority Booking will be given for friends and relatives of the choristers travelling to Berlin wishing to buy tickets for the Sing for Peace concert.
Details of how to obtain tickets will appear on this website in August.