Results of the VII PAPARATS KVETKA International Student Choir Forum

Nominations:

Best Choir
RADOST Girls' Choir (Moscow, Russia)
Best Conductor
ALEXEI UMNOV, director of the Male Choir of the KARELIAN State Pedagogical Academy (Petrozavodsk, Russia)
Best Soloist
Yulya Sokolik from the Male Choir Karelian State Pedagogical Academy (Petrozavodsk, Russia)

Special Mentions:

For professionalism and wonderful job with the choir
TATYANA ZHDANOVA, conductor of the RADOST Girls' Choir (Moscow, Russia)
For the performance of the sacred program
Male Choir of the KARELIAN State Pedagogical Academy (Petrozavodsk, Russia)
For the performance of the secular program
Mixed Choir from the STOCKHOLM SCHOOL OF ECONOMIC in Riga (Riga, Latvia)
For the performance of a contemporary work (Eli, Eli by A. Tucapsky)
ARS CANTANDI Choir from the Wroclaw University of Economics (Wroclaw, Poland)
For the dedication and pure love of the choral art
Student Choir CAMERTON from the Tula State University (Tula, Russia)
For making people aware of the value of the Belarusian contemporary choral music
National Choir CAPELLA of the Belarusian National Technical University (Minsk, Belarus)
For the performance of a classical work (Bortnyansky, The king shall have joy in your strength, o Lord)
RADOST Girls' Choir (Moscow, Russia)
For the arrangement and interpretation of the piece Shutka by V. Gavrilin
POLYHYMNIA YOUTH CHOIR from the St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University (St. Petersburg, Russia)
For the preservation of the Belarusian music tradition in performing the Christmas choral repertoire
Choir GAUDEAMUS from the Belarusian State Pedagogical University (Minsk, Belarus)

The Participant Shortlist

It is known the final list of participants of the VII Paparats Kvetka International Student Choir Forum

Among the lucky ones are

1. National Choir of the Belarusian National Technical University (Minsk, Belarus)
2. Male Choir of the Karelian State Pedagogical University (Petrozavodsk, Russia)
3. Choir Gaudeamus of the Belarusian State Pedagogical University (Minsk, Belarus)
4. Youth Choir Polyhymnia of the St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (St. Petersburg, Russia)
5. Female Choir Radost (Moscow, Russia)
6. Mixed Choir of the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga (Riga, Latvia)
7. Student Choir Kamerton of the Tula State University (Tula, Russia)
8. Choir Ars Cantandi of the Wroclaw University of Economics (Wroclaw, Poland)

VII Paparats Kvetka International Student Choir Forum

Dear friends,

We are happy to announce the call for the VII. Paparats Kvetka International Student Choir Forum, Minsk, May 2-6, 2012, organized by the Belarusian State University.

For six successful years, the VII. Paparats Kvetka International Student Choir Forum, which is recognized as one of the leading festivals of University Choir in Eastern Europe, has been showcasing the best artistic achievements in university and youth choirs. Its diversity of nationalities and practices provides an opportunity for enhancement of worldwide artistic exchanges and cultural understanding.

With pleasure we invite your choir to take part in this incredible feast of singing which brings an unforgettable experience of communication, outstanding choral work-shops, new friends, bright impressions, and lots of fun!

Herewith we attach the Forums rules and ask you to inform us of your decision immediately.

Forum Rules
Application Form
Participation Agreement

Ever yours,
Katsiaryna Saladukha.
Forum Coordinator,
Vice-Head of Department for Culture Affairs.