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The ensemble won a Golden diploma in the category “Children’s choirs” and a special prize Audience Award.
Children’s choir “Aurora” children’s school of arts named after Vladimir Krainev has performed at the International sacred music festival Cantate Domino. The team won the main award of the festival — Grand Prix, and also won the Golden diploma in the category “Children’s choirs” and a special prize Audience award. The festival was held from 21 to 24 November in Kaunas (Lithuania).
At the opening of the festival children’s choir “Avrora” for the first time in Europe presented a composition of Russian composer Alexander Manotskov’s Requiem, or Children’s Games. The Russian premiere of this play took place in 2017 at the Moscow international house of music.
International sacred music festival Cantate Domino is one of the oldest choral festivals and competitions in Lithuania, which annually gathers participants from around the world. This year the festival was attended by choirs from Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Indonesia.
Children’s choir “Aurora” was established on the basis of choral Department children’s school of arts named after Vladimir Krainev in 2009. The choir is a multiple winner of grants of the Mayor of Moscow, the prize-winner of various international competitions. The team cooperates with well-known composers, singers and actors.
In February 2020 launched a series of interactive concerts “the voice of a Child: time and space”. In the concert season 2020/2021 year the children’s choir “Aurora” will introduce two new projects: a musical performance “Dreams of childhood” for narrator, choir, piano, marimba, viola and electronics, as well as the Opera “Max and Wolfy”.
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