They use Musichorus

Here are just some of the choirs and organizations that place their trust in us

Coeurs en Choeurs

Coeurs en Choeurs is an association that brings together nearly 40 inclusive choirs: the disabled, the sick, the elderly, the excluded, etc. More than 500 choir singers and 30 choir directors trained choirs use music to create links, help, support... and have fun!

The specific Coeurs en Choeurs repertoire, made up of arrangements of famous scores, has been installed on Musichorus to encourage learning.

Paris Chamber Choir

Directed by Olivier Delafosse, the Choeur de Chambre de Paris is an ensemble of 25 experienced singers. They used Musichorus during the 2020/2021 lock-in to prepare their future programs.

choir singers have each recorded a part of the program, which is then aggregated in Musichorus to form a useful tool for all.

Singing without borders

"Chanter sans frontières" (Singing without borders) is a civic initiative to get middle and high school students from 12 public schools in disadvantaged areas to sing at a distance.

Guided remotely by choir singers and volunteer singers who help and encourage them, the pupils work individually at home to learn to sing and memorize the musical pieces.
Musichorus is proud to have taken part in this adventure by recording several of the songs worked on by the young people.

9-2 Choir

9-2 Chœur is a choir based in Nanterre, in the Hauts de Seine region of France. 9-2 Choeur aims to offer quality choral singing for all. In a joyfully hard-working atmosphere, beginners and choir singers experienced singers are brought together by the constant quest for quality of sound and interpretation, and by the pleasure of playing with music.

9-2 Choeur was one of the first ensembles to use Musichorus, and can't do without it!

Zin in zingen

Inter Vocaal is a choral organization in the Netherlands that organizes participatory concerts called "Zin in Zingen".

choir singers get together for one-off events, do a few rehearsals together and produce the concert.

Musichorus is used by Inter Vocaal to provide participants with a tool for working with the works on the program.

Choeur Jubileo

Founded in 2009 in Ville d'Avray under the impetus of soprano Laurence Bénézit and Michael Lonsdale, its honorary president, each year Ensemble Jubileo offers a number of classical music programs accessible to all audiences, outside traditional concert venues.

Jubileo asked Musichorus to record part of the 2021 program (Schubert) to facilitate study before rehearsals.


Euphonia Vocal Ensemble

Euphonia is a vocal ensemble based in south-west France, working with the great Baroque and Classical choral repertoire.

Euphonia has used Musichorus for its latest concerts, Caldara's Messe and now Duruflé's Requiem.

Rouen Chamber Choir

Directed by Frédéric Pineau, the Rouen Chamber Choir (CCR) is a demanding amateur ensemble in spirit and soul. The CCR offers both a cappella and orchestral programs, ranging from Renaissance to contemporary music.

The JRC has been using Musichorus since early 2020, making working tools available to choir singers.


The Sprezza choir is made up of around sixty amateur singers. The ensemble was founded in 1998 by its founder, Sébastien Fournier. Sprezza's aim is to make music, and more specifically Baroque music, accessible to all.

At the end of 2020, Sebastien Fournier created Musichorus recordings of Mondonville's works to help choir singers advance their study of these demanding texts.