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Cantores Minores

Cantores Minores

Cantores Minores


The Cantores Minores is a choir for the Cathedral of Helsinki, Finland. It was founded in December 1952 by finnish pastor Tarmo Nuotio and Finnish-American Dr. Ruth-Esther Hillilä. The Cantores Minores represents the rare type of Protestant boys' choirs holding the great German choirs such as Bach's Thomanerchor in Leipzig and Schütz's Kreuzchor in Dresden as its models. However, in contrast to the models which function as time-honoured boarding Read more on Last.fm
The Cantores Minores is a choir for the Cathedral of Helsinki, Finland. It was founded in December 1952 by finnish pastor Tarmo Nuotio and Finnish-American Dr. Ruth-Esther Hillilä. The Cantores Minores represents the rare type of Protestant boys' choirs holding the great German choirs such as Bach's Thomanerchor in Leipzig and Schütz's Kreuzchor in Dresden as its models.

However, in contrast to the models which function as time-honoured boarding schools the boys of the Cantores Minores gather together four times a week to choir rehearsals from the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. Instead of eight hours a day, the boys have music practise eight hours a week. All the same their aims equal those of their models Nowadays, the choir is led by Hannu Norjanen. The choir has this far made 50 concert tours abroad, half of them in Germany. The Choir has also published numerous of CDs.

The last one, Christmas Carols was released in December 2007. Official Website www.cantoresminores.net Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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