International Festival of Chamber Choirs

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Sixth Festival 2006.

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The Sixth International Festival of Chamber Choirs was held between August 13th and August 20th, 2006. Two choirs from Serbia (Kragujevac, Belgrade), one from Hungary (Budapest), Bulgaria (Burgas), Albania (Shkoder) and Latvia (Riga) participated in it. Due to various unfavorable circumstances, this Festival's session was almost completely organized in Kragujevac – only one guest performance in Jagodina was realized. Such reduction in the number of concerts permitted the intensification of all standard following contents, namely, the reactivated discussions, that is to say expert talks about the concerts held on the previous day, and the atelier, where two representative works by Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac were analyzed - the motivation for it being 150th anniversary of the composers birth, were particularly noted. The official publication of the Festival's sixth session is currently being prepared for publishing. 




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Academic Chamber Choir Liceum and Theatre Joakim Vujic, Kragujevac (Serbia)

Conductor: Miloje Nikolic

Director: Uros Jovanovic

Aeschylus – Filip Vujosevic (based on the idea of Miloje Nikolic)

Seven (a tragic musical – concert of Negro Spirituals)



Mixed Choir Rodna pesen, Bourgas (Bulgaria)

Conductor: Nikolaj Merdjanov

Paraphernalia of Black Sea Coast



Mixed Choir Prenke Jakova, Shkodra (Albania)

Conductor: Gjon Shllaku
Mediteranian areas




Downtown Mixed Choir, Budapest (Hungary)

Conductor: Zoltan Szabo

Hymns from Palestrina to Kodаly




Vocal Ensemble Oktoih, Belgrade (Serbia)

Conductor: Aleksandar-Sasa Spasic

Psalms in choral music




Male Choir Dziedonis of Latvian University, Riga (Latvia)

Conductors: Robert Liepins and Caspar Freimanis

Latvian choral music through centuries





Compositions of Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac (1856-1914), on 150 anniversary of his birth:


Requiem Orthodox (Opelo)  in F-sharp Minor

Litanies are sung by Predrag Obrovic, bass

Second Collection of Songs (Druga rukovet)

            Baritone-solo: Tomislav Vitas 


Conductor: Bojan Sudjic


Closing ceremony



Senad Gacevic, composer, Podgorica (Montenegro)

Milto Vako, conductor and composer, Tirana (Albania)

Biljana Milanovic, musicologist, Belgrade (Serbia)


Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2008 01:22