Originally established as a chamber mixed choir in the autumn of 2012, Moraviachor was founded through the initiative of choirmaster Josef Surovík and a group of enthusiastic singers. The choir brings together members from various parts of the Czech Republic. Rehearsals, which occur approximately six times a year, are organized in different hometowns by dedicated members. In the spring of 2020, the female choir Moraviachor was established. Comprising female members from Moraviachor, this ensemble is led by conductor Tereza Surovíková, a distinguished contemporary Czech author in the field of choral music.

The choir sings an extensive repertoire comprising a cappella compositions from 20th and 21st-century authors, primarily of a sacred nature, and adaptations of traditional folk songs. Additionally, Moraviachor has tackled renowned choral works such as W.A. Mozart’s Requiem, John Rutter’s Magnificat, and Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem.

Moraviachor has actively participated in 14 international competitions, consistently achieving golden levels. The latest success of Moraviachor was in May 2023 at The International Choir Competition in Zadar, Croatia. In both categories of mixed and female choirs, we won the 1st prize and the Golden Abbess Čika’s Cross. Additionally, in the Mixed Choirs category, we received a Special Award for the best interpretation of a Renaissance piece and the Grand Prix of the City of Zadar.