The repertoire of the choir consists on hymns, spiritual and humanistic songs from various cultures and traditions, with a content that intends to convey a clear message of peace and brotherhood.
The director makes a preliminary selection of musical pieces, and searches, whenever appropriate, advice from musicians of various religious traditions in order to provide the most accurate and faithful interpretation possible.
Of the fifty songs that now make up our repertoire, here is a list of some of the titles to show out its diversity: Siyahamb’ Ekukhanyen’ Kwenkhos, zulu song. Om Mani Padme Hum, budhist mantra. Dodi li, jewish song. Pare Fes-los U, protestant choir. This Little Light of Mine, Spiritual. Evangelist Christian Gospel. Sol Cennet’in, Sufí song. Ragu Pati, hindi mantra. Agni Parthene, Orthodox Christian melody. Sönam Diyi« budhist song. Ya Bahá’u’l-Abhá, cant Bahá’í . Awe Somagwaza, traditional, Rep. of Southafrica. Our Father, by Rimsky-Korsakov, Christian song.
Here you can see the choir interpreting some compositions:
Repertoire from the Interreligious Choir for Peace