Cancioneta Praga is a women's choir, which was founded in 2010 by choirmaster Lukáš Jindřich. Members of the choir stem from various renowned choirs from Prague (Bambini di Praga, Radost Praha and others).
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The core of the ensemble are two quintets: the string quintet and the wind quintet. Both instrumental ensembles have been together almost from the very beginning. This ensemble has performed and has given first performances of the greatest number of works, both by Croatian and foreign composers.
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A full-time band of the Pomorska Philharmonic Orchestra – Capella Bydgostiensis is today one of the leading Polish chamber orchestras. It made its debut in 1962. The Orchestra’s artistic management was performed by: Stanisław Gałoński, Włodzimierz Szymański, Karol Teutsch, Daniel Stabrawa, Mirosław Jacek Błaszczyk i Wiesław Kwaśny currently the Orchestra collaborates on a permanent basis with José Maria Florêncio.
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The Capella Cracoviensis Choir is a vocal ensemble whose technical mastery as well as flexibility enable it to diversify its repertoire, which ranges from Gesualdo’s arduous mannerist madrigals to the avant-garde compositions of the 20th century. The choir of Capella Cracoviensis has accompanied such eminent guests of Misteria Paschalia and Opera Rara festivals as Fabio Biondi with his ensemble Europa Galante, Marc Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble, Le Poème Harmonique and ensemble La Venexiana under Claudo Cavina.
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The music group CAROUSEL appeared for the first time in the winter of 2000 and from then it has had a constant presence in the Greek music scene. Its musical repertoire begins with the North Mediterranean and its people; it extends though to other worlds where their music is close to these sounds.
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Celje String Orchestra was established on 12 May 1945, as a section of Cultural Artistic Association "Ivan Cankar". Dušan Sancin, a professor of violin at the Music School in Celje, brought together 10 musicians who are in full-Union Hall played enthusiastic crowd. In the beginning, they acted mainly on rallies and other events associated with the end of the Second World War, but they quickly started preparing for concerts.
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The Music Group Hainides is an open set, discovering musical paths from Crete to Asia Minor and the East back in the Balkans.
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"Sinfonietta Rīga" is a Latvian chamber orchestra that is famous for its juvenescent zeal and vivacity, striking quality, joy of discovery, high level of professionalism and enthusiasm. The orchestra was established in 2006 by its conductor, Normunds Šnē.
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The Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra consists of fourteen string musicians, members of the Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra. The orchestra was founded in 1993 with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia with the purpose of performing on those stages in Slovenia that are unable to accommodate a full symphonic orchestra. During the eighteen years of its existence, the Slovene Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra, recast as a society in 1999, has given about 400 concerts in Slovenia and abroad.
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he Youth Music Workshop «Polifonija» Osijek, is an unprofitable children’s & youth association, which is dealing with reproduction & educative forms of the music art. The aim of the «Polifonija»is gathering music talented children as well as their public art recognition. The association counts some 150 active members, children and youngsters of 4 to 20 year of age, sorted into various different groups/choirs (totally 4), depending on their age, qualities and singing experience.
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The four musicians that take part in this project come from different musical backgrounds but they share the vision to mix each person's unique musical ingredients to create something fresh along the lines of balkan and jazz.
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Clavimerata can be recognized, among others, by the fact that it does not devote itself only to the traditional-classical or exclusively modern programme but is successfully occupied with performing of works from various musical periods and styles, with special care for researching the musical contents of the composition. The aesthetics of their performing surpasses ideological academic limitations, an exceptional originality and variety at the same time, however, enable them to research the sound colours and musical expressions also in combination with a singer, actor, percussion, accordion or double bass. An interesting selection of the programme of topmost artists makes possible a pleasant musical dialogue with the audience and excellent reactions at their concerts confirm it.
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The Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704 ensembles were founded by the harpsichordist and conductor Václav Luks in 2005 on the occasion of the Bach–Prague–2005 project, marking the beginning of residential collaboration with the Prague Spring International Music Festival. Since 2007, Collegium 1704 has been regular guest at festivals in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany – mainly promoting work of Czech baroque composer Jan Dismas Zelenka.
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The Baroque choir Collegium Choro Musici Riga was founded in late 2010. Its creation was inspired by the successful performance of Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine on November 7, 2010, in Riga. It was then that Māris Kupčs, the artistic director of the project, decided to contact the most promising musicians and encourage them to form a new ensemble that would specialize in singing Renaissance, Baroque and Classical compositions and would collaborate with the already existing Baroque orchestra Collegium Musicum Riga.
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The Baroque orchestra Collegium Musicum Riga is a 20-member orchestra that plays historical instruments according to their historical interpretation and is the only Baroque orchestra in Latvia and the Baltic States.
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Founded in 1994 in Thessaloniki by Kostis Papazoglou. Its members specialize in historical interpretation on period instruments, after academic studies on this subject. The repertoire mainly covers the eras of music history known as the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical.
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Imagined to mark the festive year 2001 in the city of Porto was European Capital of Culture, the House of Music is the first building built in Portugal exclusively dedicated to music, either in the field of presentation and public enjoyment, whether in the field of artistic training and creation.
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Created in full conditions in 1943, under the direction of Mario Pellegrini, the choir meets an intensive phase of assimilation of the great operatic repertoire and oratory.
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The Ricercare Choir consists of about 30 young people, many of whom music students, having been directed since its founding by Paul Lawrence and Carlos Caires. In 1998, Pedro Teixeira takes the associate conductor functions, becoming principal conductor in 2002
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Founded in 1991, their main tasks include protocols and ceremonies, but they also often perform in concerts.
Founded in the 1940s. In time, it grew into the first professional choir in Croatia.
Exists without interruptions for almost seven decades, which is a rare occurrence in the history of big bands in the world.
Has gradually developed from the first radio orchestra established in 1929, only three years after Radio Zagreb (as it was then called) started broadcasting and only six years after the first radio orchestra was established in Europe.
The young members of the Croatian String Quartet played together in various ensembles while they were still students of the Music Academy in Zagreb. The four of them formed a string quartet in 2011.
Cum anima (in Latin: with soul) is a choir from Šmartno pri Litiji, which has been under patronage of Prosvetno društvo Šmartno continuously since 2007. Based on an initiative by local priest Marjan Lampret and on an ever more present wish to have a choir which would unite local young people, a small group of singers was formed
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A professional ensemble dealing with historically informed performance of early music, was founded by Roman Válek, the conductor, in 1998 as a chamber orchestra originally designed for performing Renaissance and Baroque vocal – instrumental works. Today the ensemble consists of four parts: orchestra, choir, soloists and vocal quintet and its scope covers all genres of Renaissance, Baroque and classicism. The members are professional singers and instrumentalists coming from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Germany, presenting authentic period performances.
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Formed in 2006 by pianists Dubravka Vukalović and Bruno Vlahek under the chamber music department of the Lausanne Conservatory mentored by Swedish pianist and teacher Dag Achatz.
DAGAMBA fuse the musical cultures of East and West to form a unique and powerful sound. They explore previously unchartered musical territory to create a vivid and dynamic performance. The group’s music, arranged by Valters Pūce and Dainis Tenis, is equally impressive both when playing Beethoven or rocking out to Led Zeppelin. Their performance is a mix of world, rock, pop and classical music.
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The mixed choir "Daugava" was founded in 1956, by Stanislavs Broks (1926-1977). Since 1996 the conductor of the choir is Jevgenijs Ustinskovs. The participants of the choir are young people at the age of 17-40 .
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was formed in Athens in 1994 from a team of young musicians, with the purpose of performing and studying the repertoire of songs and music, coming from the tradition of Asia Minor and of the Estudiantes of Smyrna and Constantinople, as well as songs from the rebetiko school of Piraeus.
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