The Finnish Choral Conductors’ Association (FCCA)

The Finnish Choral Conductors’ Association (FCCA) was founded in 1992 to improve the position of choral directors, the interaction between conductors and choirs and lift the status of both choral conductors and choral music. FCCA presently has a little over 150 members.

The organisation’s yearly prizes include Choral conductor of the year and Choral recording of the year. In addition, FCCA awards the Choral Achievement prize that has so far been awarded only twice.

FCCA publishes a Bulletin that appears three to four times a year. The association actively partakes in co-operation between the players on the musical scene in Finland and is at present strengthening its ties to the Choral conductors’ associations in the Nordic and Baltic countries. FCCA is a member of IFCM.


chairman Elisa Huovinen, puheenjohtaja(at)

publicist Miina Meurman, tiedottaja(at)