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Polifonica from Minsk (BY)
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Polifonica from Minsk (Belarus)

The choir Polifonica from Minsk in Belarus consists of 30 members of different professions, who have a great experience in choral singing. The repertoire of the choir includes a wide range of choral singing with works by classical and contemporary composers. At concerts in Germany and abroad, the choir presents its great versatility and expressive power in its programs. For example, the choir performed at the interantional Chorfestival "Appledoor Zingt" in Holland with orthodox church music and a folklore program. In the same year, Polifonica took second place at the "Advent Music Festival" in Prague. Concert tours also led the choir to Italy, Ireland and Northern Ireland, Japan, Great Britain and Spain, where the choir was able to present its great musical ability and expressiveness, making it the cultural ambassador of Belarus. In 2013, the singers recorded their first CD "Eastern Polyphony", a mix of classical music and pop music. At the moment the choir is working on another CD with modern European music. We believing creating something beautiful with our music, because we love music.

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Vocal Leo from Havana (CU)
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Vocal Leo from Havana (Cuba)

Chamber Choir Vocal Leo was founded in 1993 by maestra Corina Campos and professor Jorge Luis Pacheco. Vocal Leo’s uniqueness is given by approaching all types of repertoire having the lyrical technique as a start point. This gives it a unique color that identifies it as a distinctive part of the choral movement, as well as combining dance and performance in its presentations. Vocal Leo is composed of middle and upper level graduated musicians in lyric singing, choral conducting and instrumentalists. Some of them are still studying at the Havana University ofArts. They have performed in the most important concert halls for example in Cuba, Spain, Germany, receiving outstanding reviews from critics. Vocal Leo has wan two first prizes at the 1998 and 2008 Cantonigrós International Choir Competition in Barcelona, Spain, two gold medals at the 2004 World Choir Olympics in Bremen,Germany, Cubadisco 2005 Prize for the song "Aire Nocturno" with music by Beatriz Corona,Cubadisco 2015 Honor Prize, and the first prize at the 2015 International Choir Competition"Jalisco Canta” in Mexico. They belong to the “Catalog of Excellency” at the Cuban National Center of Concert Music.

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mixed choir of Dr.-Frank grammar school Staßfurt (GER)
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mixed choir of Dr.-Frank grammar school Staßfurt (GER)

The school choir of the Dr.-Frank-Gymnasium has a long tradition. Directed by Bettina Eisenächer and Dr. Ralf Schubert the 52 members regularly show their musical talent at school concerts, school festivities and ceremonies. Students from grade 7 up to grade 12 are rehearsing and advancing their musicianship once a week. Each year in spring a three-day stay at a choir camp in Arendsee is part of the choral work. Since school year 2015/2016 the former school choir Egeln and the school choir of the Dr.-Frank-Gymnasium merged because the Gymnasium Egeln was closed. The choir performs nationwide, so the musicians were already guests at the Mitteldeutsche Kammerphilharmonie and the Schülerakkordeonorchester (SAO) from the music school “Béla Bartók“ Staßfurt. The choir also contributed to various musicals like “König Keks“ by Peter Schindler (2009), “Luzi hat was gegen Weihnachten“ by Jörg Ehni und Uli Führe (2011), “Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte“ (2013) and “Elion“ (2015) by Tobias Wilke. “Elion“ even received the Youth Culture Price of Saxony-Anhalt. Apart from the weekly rehearsals, the yearly "choir camp" is a significant opportunity to rehearse new songs. The repertoire of the choire consists of songs for three or four voices in different music styles.

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Zoltan Kodaly - Salgotarjan (HU)
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Zoltán Kodály - Salgótarján (HU) The Zoltán Kodály Elementary School was founded 55 years ago. Special music classes have been taught there ever since. It was in fact the only school in Nógrád County offering such classes for more than two decades.Members of the choir are 10-14-year-old children. Its current director, Ida Kaposi Karácsony has been working together with the choir since 1978. The chorus is an active participant of the local cultural scene. They sing songs of composers like Bartók and Kodály but also Renaissance and folksongs and contemporary choral works. In the last few years the choir visited international festivals and competitions such as: International Choir Competition „Béla Bartók”, Debrecen, Hungary 1984, 1986., International Children’s Choir Festival „Zoltán Kodály”, Komló, Hungary 1995, „Fröhlich sein und singen” Internationales Kinderchorfestival, Halle Deutschland 1997, International Choir Festival Ústy nad Labem Czech Republik 1998., 2002., 2008, Vantaa Finland 1988., 1993., 1998., 2004, ,,Juventus Mundi Cantat" International Choir Competition Olomoutz Czech Republik 2000. (silver medal), „Alba Regia” International Children’s Choir Festival, Székesfehérvár, Hungary 1998. International Choir Festival, Hradec Králové Czech Republik 2005. „Sine musica nulla vita” choir Festival, Egeln, Deutschland 2011, 2013, 2015. The choir has won the prize „THE CHOIR OF THE YEAR in Hungary” five times.

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girls chamber choir Egeln
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girls chamber choir Egeln

In 2006 ten female students of the Gymnasium Egeln decided to establish a girls chamber choir conducted by Sebastian Pfarre. The choral conductor himself has already sung in the childrens choir, the mixed choir of the Gymnasium Egeln and with the Young Voices.
The girls chamber choir is an enrichment to the other mixed school choirs.
Today the choir consists of ten girls from the age of 14 to 20 years who meet every monday evening for rehearsing. But now, not all of the singers are students of the Gymnasium Egeln, some of them go to other schools nearby.
The repertoire includes German folk songs, songs in the style of the old masters and modern pieces like pop songs.
Highlights of the girls chamber choirs history are the performances at the spring- and Christmas concerts with the other choirs of the Gymnasium Egeln.
They also successfully participated in the international choir festival Sine musica nulla vita in the last years. In 2012 the choir was rated good at the choir festival in Aschersleben.
They earned second place in the category of womens choirs at a competition in Spremberg in 2014 what can be seen as their biggest success so far.

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Young Voices - Egelner Chamber Choir (GER)
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Young Voices - Egelner Chamber Choir (GER)

„Young Voices“, the Egeln Chamber Choir, is a formerly young ensemble founded by graduates of the „Gymnasium Egeln“. After becoming mature in the meantime, the choir is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Since its establishment in 1997 a lot has happened. Initially - after having participated in the school choir for many years - several graduates tried to continue their membership in a choir and to pursue their mutual hobby once a week. Over the course of several years the song loving group and their conductor have grown into a well-coordinated team that likes to spend its time together - both in the private life and during the choral work and concerts. This bond allowed them to experience exciting and successful moments together. So far the „Young Voices“ performed approximately 400 times in more than 80 different places, 6 CDs were produced and several journeys all over the world were undertaken. Beside Germany and Austria the choir travelled to the Czech Republic, South Korea, Australia, Russia, the United States of America and the Philippines. The choir always has been eager to build a long lasting relationship with their partner choirs. The return visits to all of those different countries were always a great opportunity to carry some of their new friends’ songs home and to perform them for their favourite audience – back home in the „Egelner Mulde“.

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Mixed Choir Egeln e.V. (GER)
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Mixed Choir Egeln e.V. (GER)

is the oldest ensemble in the small town located close to river Bode. The cultural scene of the Egelner Mulde and it is Grundzentrum (basic centre) is lasting influenced by its performances. The choir was established in 1959. The art direction is performed by schoolteacher Eckart Zeidler, assisted actively by schoolteacher Andrea Rokus for a few years.
The choral community is enriched by several concerts within the Saxony-Anhalt-Days, the choral festival on Falkenstein Castle / Harz region and by journeys to the twin town Rüthen/Sauerland, to Greifswald, to Freyburg a. d. Unstrut, to Bremen/Worpswede and to Magdeburg and Hannover, capital of the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt.
They got to be friends. The international choral festival Sine musica nulla vita in Egeln, the choral festivals of Magdeburg, Schönebeck and of the Askanien Sängerkreis are the highlights of the choirs performances.
The programme of the Gemischter Chor Egeln e.V. is characterized by diversification and plenty variety. The repertoire ranges from madrigal, chant, folk song, jokey song, solo song, medleys and opera choir to international and contemporary compositions. Numerous choralsets were composed, arranged and published by choirmaster Eckart Zeidler.
It is a pleasure to sing with other choirs in common. Friends of chant from north and south, east and west consider themselves as a big family.

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