Report of World of Choirs & Open Italy (May 2019, Italy)

Once again, two international events took place in the city of the great composer Rossini – Open contest of instrumental performers “Open Italy” and choir contest “World Of Choirs”!

The jury consists of artistic director of the piano academy Mario Mariani; conductor and jazz specialist Susanna Polzoni and the founder of Rossini chamber choir Simone Baiocchi.

The international events were held from April 28 to May 1, 2019 and left a mark in the memory of each participant: unforgettable performances in the classical Italian theater and in the main city square, magnificent master classes with outstanding Italian cultural figures and the exchange of experience among the contestants.

The winners of the Grand Prix were KaMu Girls Choir, Finland and pianist Prialkina Kseniia, Russia.

Participating countries: Turkey, Iceland, Russia, Finland

 

Jury

Poster

Report of World of Choirs & Open Italy (May 2019, Italy)

Results of World of Choirs & Open Italy (May 2019, Italy)

 World of Choirs

  • KaMu Girls Choir, from Finland/Folk singing
GRAND PRIX
100 points
  • Kvennakor Isafjardar, Iceland/pop singing
  • KaMu Girls Choir, Finland /academic singing
Golden diploma
from 90 to 99 points
  • KaMu Children’s choir, Finland/Children’s choirs
  • KaMu Youth Choir, Finland/church singing
  • Kvennakor Isafjardar, Iceland/church singing
  • Kvennakor Isafjardar, Iceland/academic singing
  • Kvamu, Finland/Jazz singing
Silver diploma
from 80 to 89 points
  • Turkish Folk Music Group, Istanbul, Turkey/Folk singing
Bronze diploma
from 70 to 79 points

Open Italy

  • Prialkina Kseniia, Novosibirsk, Russia/Piano
GRAND PRIX
100 points
  • Dougall Anita Helena,  Moscow, Russia/violin
  • Polina Titova, Novosibirsk, Russia/violin
  • Kostriukova  Galina, Astrakhan, Russia/Piano
Golden diploma
from 90 to 99 points
  • Khmidullina Anastasiia, Yekaterinburg, Russia/guitar
  • Rusanova  Liudmila, Ulianovsk,  Russia/Piano
Silver diploma
from 80 to 89 points
  • Lips Volodar, Moscow, Russia/violin
  • Semenov Daniel, Moscow, Russia/Piano
Bronze diploma
from 70 to 79 points