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Warszawski Chór Chłopięcy i Męski

Warszawski Chór Chłopięcy i Męski

Warszawski Chór Chłopięcy i Męski


Warsaw Boys' Choir was created in 1990 at the suggestion of prof. Andrzej Chorosinski, who was at that time the Rector of Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Academy of Music. The founder, artistic manager and the conductor of the Choir is Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz. In 1998 also Men's Choir was established. It is composed of former membres of the Boys' Choir - currently the students of high schools and universities. Warsaw Boys and Men's Choir gives approximately 30 concerts per year in Poland and abroad. Read more on Last.fm
Warsaw Boys' Choir was created in 1990 at the suggestion of prof. Andrzej Chorosinski, who was at that time the Rector of Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Academy of Music. The founder, artistic manager and the conductor of the Choir is Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz. In 1998 also Men's Choir was established.

It is composed of former membres of the Boys' Choir - currently the students of high schools and universities. Warsaw Boys and Men's Choir gives approximately 30 concerts per year in Poland and abroad. The Choir's repertoire is composed of the masterpieces of music coming from almost all periods - from Middle Ages Gregorian chants to the compositions written in present times. Separate part of the Choir's work is devoted to great oratorio works, which are often performed in famous concert halls with excellent orchestras and under the leadership of conductors of mark. Starting from1994 the Choir worked with such celebrities as Antoni Wit, Kazimierz Kord, Grzegorz Nowak, Jacek Kasprzyk, Yoav Talmi,, Jerzy Semkow, Philippe Herrewerghe and Krzysztof Penderecki whose masterpieces "Passion", "Matins", "Credo" have become a part of the Choire's repertoire for good. Travels abroad, during which Choir's performances were met with spectacular recognition from both the audience and the critics, have become an essential form of the Choir's activity.

Among others, the Choir visited: the Netherlands (1994), Germany (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004), France (1996) and Lithuania (1997). I November 1999 199, December 2001 and December 2003 the Choir perfomed in in Japan in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagasaki, Nagoya, Hiroshima.. The Choir also performed at the international music festivals: the "Echternach" in Luxembourg, the Europaische Festspielgate Passau, and the International Festival of Sacral Music in Kristiansand in Norway. In Poland the Choir works with the most prestigious musical institutions such as Warsaw Philharmonic, Teatr Wielki - Polish National Opera, International Festival "Wratislavia Cantans". Apart from their concert activity, the Warsaw Boys and Men's Choir runs abounding phonographic activity.

Despite of its rather short artistic carrer, the Choir can boast a great number of recordings: "Christmas Carols" tape (1995), G.B. Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater" CD 1996, M. Lorenc soundtrack for the film "Zabic Sekala" CD 1998, CD "Music of German Romantics", "Silent Night" tape and CD, world's first recording G. Crumb's STARCHILD, K.

Penderecki's "Matin" CD (1997), "Credo" CD (1999), "Passion" CD (2002), Haydn's "Missa in Augustis CD (2000), A. Dvorak's "Stabat Mater" CD (2005). Some of the last performances were given to the audience of Warsaw's Philharmonic Hall and Wroclaw's "Wratislavia Cantans Festival". Both Warsaw (G. Mahler's VIII Symphony) and Wroclaw's (G.

Mahler's III Symphony) masterpieces turned out spectacular success. The G. Grumb's STARCHILD was awarded GRAMMY in 2001 for "the best contemporary music" recording. 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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