Competitions and Awards
Béla Bartók International Choir Competition in Debrecen, Hungary. Svanholm Singers was awarded gold and first prize in the Equal voices category, and a special prize for best interpretation of compulsory piece. Sofia Söderberg Eberhard received a conductor's special prize.
LV Certamen Internacional de Habaneras y Polifonía de Torrevieja. Svanholm Singers received the third prize in the polyphonic category.
The 10th International Choir Festival “Tallinn 2007”. Svanholm Singers won first prize in the categories for Contemporary music and Renaissance music.
Seghizzi International Choir Competition, Gorizia, Italy. Svanholm Singers won all three caterogies in which they competed, and was awarded the prize for best interpretation of Rachmaninoff's Shestopsalmiye. Sofia Söderberg Eberhard won the prize for best conducting.
Madetoja-festival, Lahti, Finland. The choir won the first prize and the prize for best performance of Madetoja's De profundis. Sofia Söderberg Eberhard won the prize for best conducting.
Hora Cantavi, Poland. The choir won the Grand Prix award. Sofia Söderberg Eberhard won the prize for best conducting.
Takarazuka, Japan. The choir won the Grand Prix.
Toner för Miljoner, Sweden. The choir won the first prize.
Appeldoorn, Holland. The choir was awarded the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize.
Debrecen, Hungary. The choir achieved second place.
Maribor, Slovenia. The choir reached Grand Prix.
Oskarshamn, Sweden. The choir won its discipline.
Japan. 12 concerts in Japan. Arranged by Min-On Concert Association.
France. 6 concerts in and around Provence. Arranged by Festival des Choeurs Lauréats.
Germany. 3 concerts at Kultursommer Reinland-Pfalz.
Iceland. 3 concerts in Reykjavik, Dalvik and Reykhold.
Japan. 8 concerts in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Himeji, Obihiro and more.
Japan. 16 concerts in Tokyo, Osaka, Sendai, Fukuoka and more.
Japan. Arranged by agent Musik Leben. 23 concerts all over the country including a TV-recorded concert at Kioi Hall, Tokyo, broadcasted several times by NHK BBS.
Lithuania. Participation in the Klaipeda Spring Festival with concerts in Klaipeda and Vilnius.
Japan. Two week tour organized by the choir itself.
Slovenia och Hungary.
Festivals and important concerts
Ciclo de Música Sacra del Desierto de Las Palmas, Benicàssim, Spain.
World Symposium on Choral Music, Copenhagen. Concert with the Estonian composer Veljo Tormis.
Faroe Islands. Invited to perform at the North Atlantic Choral Festival.
Lund International Choral Festival. Concert with the Estonian composer Veljo Tormis.
Alliance World Festival Czech Republic. Invited to perform in Hradec Kralove and the Dvorak Hall, Prague.
Concert in Copenhagen. Final concert at the Danish choir leader convention.
Choir Festival in Rättvik. Svanholm Singers were invited to inspire younger singers.
Concert in Allhelgonakyrkan, Lund. Soloist: Håkan Hagegård.
Concert in the Assembly Hall of Lund University. Compère: Birgit Nilsson.
Concert in the Assembly Hall of Lund University. Guest conductor: Eric Ericsson
TV recording in the Cathedral of Lund. Broadcasting of a Christmas concert in Swedish National TV.