First Topless Choir in Estonia and in the World


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In the beginning of November, a new choir that features only topless singers was established in Estonia.

The idea behind new topless choir is to get people more interested in choir singing, explains Peep Kollo, 26 years old choir singer from Vox Populi choir. Women and men are expected to join the new topless choir, but so far mostly men have applied. “We will not perform unless we have more women than men,” so Kollo.

Although new choir will definitely get lots of attention because of the facade, the idea is to make great choir music. Or, as it states on its website:Topless choir is new mixed choir that will rock the world’s choir circuits.

As expected, the organizers of the new topless choir are men. According to official website, they are not nudists, body showers nor perverts, but regular people.

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5 Responses to “First Topless Choir in Estonia and in the World”


  1. 1 Alastair November 26, 2009 at 8:13 PM

    Topless is … well nature made women beautiful is all I have to say on this subject.

    Topless choir is a different thing, trying to gain popularity through sex?

    This is not so natural, more a way of exploiting the beauty of women.

    Better concentrate on the beauty of singing, that you do so well!!!

    Best Wishes to you

    from Alastair

  2. 2 Caroline Peel November 26, 2009 at 10:04 PM

    It seems a shame you need to do that.300,000 people to watch the song contest and 27,000 in the choir.How many more do you want.Choirs in Britain rarely exceed a few hundred so you have succeeded with just the awesome nature of the event!

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