International Youth Choir Festival

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Mednarodni mladinski pevski festival
http://www.celeia.info/MMPF2017
tic@celje.si
Krekov trg 3, SI-3000 Celje
Phone386 (0) 3 42 87 939
Fax386 (0) 3 42 87 931
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RegionSI-3
Organised byCeleia Celje Institute
Frequencybiennial (2019)
Festival dates15.4.2015 - 19.4.2015
10.5.2017 – 14.5.2017
Nenad Firšt, Co-ordinator
nenad.first@celje.si
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Established in 1946, the biennial International Youth Choir Festival is the oldest festival in Slovenia. Beginning in 1963 it became a competition festival, open to children's, youth and girls' choirs, with each competing choir being expected to perform four works: an obligatory Renaissance or early Baroque composition, a Romantic composition, a composition written after 1985, and one free choice composition.

Choirs from all over Europe come to Celje to participate in the festival, including ones from Italy, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Portugal, Russia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Ireland, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Estonia, Sweden, and Great Britain.

Programme

Participating choirs have to have at least 20 and no more than 50 singers and a maximum of 5 accompanists including the director. The number of performers and their age are verified immediately by a special commission. Choirs originally perform a-cappella, one of their songs can be instrumentally accompanied. The music part of each choir's programme is limited to 15 minutes.

The international five-member jury awards gold, silver, and bronze medals and special prizes for the best performance of a certain composition. The festival's music committee selects a maximum of 18 choirs for entry in the competition. Since 1997 the choirs and conductors have been accompanied by distinguished jury members: Damijan Močnik, Johannes Rahe, Malcolm Goldring, Johan van Bouwelen, and so on.

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