Taipei Male Choir was founded in 1997. Since then the choir has been invited to many international choral festivals and has won several important awards. In 2006 Taipei Male Choir was named the number one male choir in the world ranking list from INTERKULTUR Foundation and achieved sixth place of all choirs in the world. The choir has toured extensively in Asia and Europe and collaborated with many internationally renowned choral conductors such as Frieder Bernius (Germany), Craig Hella Johnson (USA), Hans-Christoph Rademann (Germany), Ko Matsushita (Japan), Damijan Močnik (Slovenia), Jacek Sykulski (Poland) and Florian Helgath (Germany).Taipei Male Choir has released several CDs of classical and contemporary male choral music. The latest two recordings was nominated for four Golden Melody Awards and won the Best Performance Award and Best Recording Award at 2016 Golden Melody Award in Taiwan.
In 2012 the choir celebrated their 15th season. They joined forces with renowned German ensemble ‘Die Sinphoniker’ to premiere German composer, Enjott Schneider’s, ‘The Fire of Innocence in the Darkness of the World’, a symphonic poem for solo singers, male choir and organ. In December, the choir ended the celebration with a concert of newly commissioned male choral music from 14 international composers. In 2014, the choir commissioned and premiered work by Filipino composer Alejandro D. Consolacion II.
Since 2005, they have invited nine choirs and ensembles from Germany, Japan, Poland and Australia to perform and hold workshops in Taiwan. The choir has continuously received Taiwanese government funding for their outstanding artistic achievements and efforts in culture exchange.