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10 August 2018

Polish choral music of 16th-21st centuries

 

Warsaw choir Capella Corale Varsaviana toured Ukrainian cities in the end of June and beginning of July.


The concert program included compositions that represent the spectrum of the Polish sacral a cappella music of various epochs and styles. The oldest of them were written during the late Renaissance, the golden age of the Polish Republic.


We would like to offer you fragments of the Kyiv concert that was held in the St. Alexander’s Cathedral.




Organizer: Pro Musica Viva Foundation.

With the support of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland, city of Warsaw, ZAIKS, National Academic Choir of Ukraine DUMKA, Polish Institute in Kyiv, St. Alexander’s Parish in Kyiv.


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