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The Poznan Choir "Polihymnia" was founded in 1983 by the then Prorector of the Academy of Music in Poznan, professor Janusz Dzieciol. Abundant concert activity, both home and abroad, has brought the choir a number of prizes in festivals and competitions:

  • 4th International Choir Festival and Competition "Canco Mediterrania", Lloret de Mar - Barcelona, 2014
  • 4th International Festival of Choral Marian Song Czestochowa 2010
  • All-Poland Competition of Passion Songs Bydgoszcz 2007
  • Legnica Cantat 1986, 2001
  • International Festival of Religious Song Rumia 2001

Participation in international festivals:

  • International Festival of Religious Music in Olomouc 2008
  • France - Marseille (1987, 1997)
  • Israel - Netanya (1996)
  • Greece - Athens (1994)
  • Germany - Lindenholzhauzen (1993)
  • Spain - Cantonigros (1989,1992)
  • Italy - Riva del Garda (1990)

The ensemble has performed in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Russia, Hungary and Lithuania, receiving flattering reviews from the concerts. The choir's repertory comprises almost 300 pieces from various epochs, ranging from medieval to contemporary compositions. In cooperation with the Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra , the Student's Chamber Orchestra of Poznan and Sinfonietta of Bydgoszcz, the choir performed such pieces as: W.A. Mozart's "Requiem", "Missa brevis D-dur", L. van Beethoven's "IX Symfonie", G.G. Gorczycki's "Completorium", F. Haendel's "Samson", W. Kilar's "Victoria", O. Nicolai's "Missa D-dur", F. Nowowiejski's "Quo Vadis", C. Orff's "Carmina Burana", I. Stravinsky's "The Symphony of Psalms", K. Szymanowski's "Veni Creator". "Polihymnia" is one of the leading choral ensembles in Poland. In 30 years of its existence the ensemble's artistic management rested in the hands of professor Janusz Dzieciol and dr Tomasz Dzieciol, who is the present conductor of the choir. The ensemble assists the students of musical art in their study of conducting and performs in diploma concerts in the Academy of Music. As of February 18, 2015 the Choir will act under the auspices of the Eugeniusz Piasecki Physical Education Academy in Poznan.

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