RAZLIČNI IZVAJALCI

24. TEKMOVANJE ZA VELIKO ZBOROVSKO NAGRADO EVROPE - MARIBOR, SLOVENIJA, 2012

Choral music

Format: CD

Šifra: 113277

EAN: 3838898113277

24th European Grand Prix for Choral Singing
Maribor, Slovenia
2012

 

European Grand Prix for Choral Singing Association - EGP
(for choirs from all over the world)

Created in 1988 on the iniciative of competitions Concorso Polifonico Guido d’Arezzo, Béla Bartók International Choral Competition, C. A. Seghizzi Gorizia, Florilčge Vocal de Tours. In the following two years competitions G. Dimitrov May Choir Competition and Certamen Coral de Tolosa, joined the Association. In 2008 Maribor, Slovenia, was accepted (biennial)as the new member and the competition Gorizia is no longer taking part in the Association.
Each year the winners of 6 competitions from the previous year compete at the finals for the EGP Award.

www.gpeuropa.org


EGP Members:
Concorso Polifonico Guido d'Arezzo, Arezzo, Italy (since 1988)
www.polifonico.org
Béla Bartók International Choral Competition Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary, (since 1988)
www.bbcc.hu
Florilège Vocal de Tours, Tours, France (since 1988),
www.florilegevocal.com
G. Dimitrov May Choir Competition, Varna, Bulgaria (since 1989),
www.choircomp.org
Certamen Coral de Tolosa, Tolosa, Basque Country, Spain (since 1990)
www.cittolosa.com
Mednarodno zborovsko tekmovanje Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia, (since 2008)
www.jskd.si/maribor


International Choral Competition Maribor, Slovenia, Member of the EGP
Established in 1992, biennial International Choral Competition Maribor takes turn with the National Choral Competition Naša pesem. In 2008 it became a member of the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing Association.Up to selected 12 female, male and mixed choirs with 16 to 48 singers participate at the competition which takes place for three days in a great acoustics hall in the presence of numerous audiences. Choirs present three to four different programmes: non-competitive programmewith tyipcal music from choirs’ native country, compulsory programme from different periods, free programme and another programme for the participants atthe finale.
Since 1992 we have heard many future winners of important international competitions including of the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing.
The winner of the next Maribor competition (2015) will participate at the finals 2016 held in Tours, France.
Next competition in Maribor(with additional category for vocal groups): 10. – 12. April 2015

 

European Grand Prix for Choral Singing Award Winners:
2012: Sofia Vocalensemble, SE, cond. Bengt Ollen
2011: Svenska Kammarkoren, SE, cond. Simon Phipps
2010: VAL - Vokalna akademija Ljubljana, SI, cond. Stojan Kuret
2009: University Choir of Mendoza, AR, cond. Silvana Vallesi
2008: Akademski pevski zbor Tone Tomšič, SI, cond. Urša Lah
2007: Philippine Madrigal Singers, PH, cond. Mark Anthony Carpio
2006: The University of Utah Singers, US, cond. Brady Allred
2005: Allmanna Sangen, SE, cond. Cecilia Rydinger Alin
2004: Jauniesu Koris “Kamer...”, LV, cond. Maris Sirmais
2003: Brevis, LT, cond. Gintautas Venislovas
2002: Akademski pevski zbor Tone Tomšič, SI, cond. Stojan Kuret
2001: Magnificat Children Choir, HU, cond. Valeria Szebelledi
2000: Vesna Children Choir, RU, cond. Alexander Ponomarev.
1999: Lunds Vocal Ensemble, SE, cond. Ingemar Mansson
1998: University of Mississippi Concert Singers, US, cond. Jerry Jordan
1997: Philippine Madrigal Singers, PH, cond. Andrea Veneracion
1996: Pro Musica Leanykar, HU, cond. Denes Szabo
1995: Kallos Choir, JP, cond. Fumiaki Kuriyama
1994: The Mats Nilsson Vocal Ensemble, SE, cond. Mats Nilsson
1993: Jauna Muzika, LT, cond. Vaclovas Augustinas, Romas Skapas
1992: St Jacobs Kammerchor, SE, cond. Gary Graden
1991: Chamber Choir of the Conservatoire of Vilnius, LT, cond. Tadas Sumskas
1990: postponed
1989: Kammerkoret Hymnia, DK, cond. Poul Emborg, Fleming Windekilde


Despite its name, the EGP is not limited to European choirs; choirs from any country can join the choral competitions in any of the EGP’s member-cities.

 

TRACKS:

SOFIA VOCALENSEMBLE - WINNER
Sweden, Cond. Bengt Ollén
1. Tomás Luis De Victoria: REGINA CÆLI (Easter antiphon), 3:28
2. Z. Randall Stroope: CONVERSION OF SAUL, 3:47 (
listen!)
3. Sven-David Sandström: FOUR SONGS OF LOVE
                                             – 1. Let him kiss me (Vp/Song of Songs, 1:2,15), 2:00
4. Alfred Schnittke: PSALMS OF REPENTANCE X, 4:03

HARMONIA ENSEMBLE, FINALIST
Japan
5. Damijan Močnik: CHRISTUS EST NATUS (Christmas antiphon), 3:49
6. Françis Poulenc: TRISTIS EST ANIMA MEA (Holy Thursday responsory), 2:59
7. Akira Miyoshi: SORAN-BUSHI (Zen-on) 2:35

ATENEO DE MANILA COLLEGE GLEE CLUB, FINALIST
Philippines, Cond. Maria Lurdes V. Hermo
8. Urmas Sisask: BENEDICTIO (Blessing), 4:48
9. John August Pamintuan: REGINA CÆLI (Easter antiphon), 4:09
10. Josefino Chino Toledo: SANCTO SANCTUS (Traditional Filipino – Ordinarium missæ), 5:17

 

OREYA, FINALIST
Ukraine, Cond. Alexander Vatsek
11. Tatiana Vlasenko: KOLIADA (Ukrainian folksong), 3:06
12. Viktor Stepurko: DIVO DIVNYEYE (Creation of the World), 5:16
13. Yevgen Savchuk: DA SHCHO NA GORI IMBER (Ukrainian folksong), 2:09
14. Pärt Uusberg: KYRIE (Ordinarioum missæ) 3:03

CHAMBER CHOIR VOIX GAUDIOSA, FINALIST
Japan, Cond. Ko Matsushita
15. Stephen Leek: KNOWEE - THE SUN SPIRIT OF THE GREAT SOUTH LAND (Stephen Leek) 5:02
16. Ko Matsushita: O LUX BEATA TRINITAS (Hymn for Trinity Sunday) 3:04
17. Ko Matsushita: HYUGA KOBITI UTA (Japanese folksong) 2:09