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APR
22
2012
RESULTS - 24th European Grand Prix for Choral Singing (GPE) In Maribor (Slovenia) 24th European Grand Prix for Choral Singing (GPE) took place on Sunday, 22nd April 2012. The winner is: Sofia Vocalensemble, conductor Bengt Ollen, Sweden.

24th European Grand Prix for Choral Singing (GPE)

April 22, 2012
Maribor (Slovenia)

Finalists

Jury

And the winner is...

Rules of the competition

About EGP
List of EGP winners
Program booklet of the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing 2012
Additional Concerts of Finalists for European Grand Prix for Choral Singing 2012 in Slovenia
 

List of grand prize winners for the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing:

  Year Town (Country) Choir, Town (Country); Conductor
XXIV. 2012 Maribor (Slovenia)

Sofia Vokalensemble Stockholm (Sweden) Bengt Ollén, conductor

XXIII. 2011 Tolosa (Spain-BC)

Svenska Kammarkören Göteborg (Sweden) Simon Phipps, conductor

XXII. 2010 Varna (Bulgaria) Vokalna akademija Ljubljana (Slovenia); Stojan Kuret, conductor
XXI. 2009 Tours (France) University of Mendoza Chorus, Mendoza (Argentina); Silvana Vallesi, conductor
XX. 2008 Debrecen (Hungary) University Choir APZ Tone Tomsic, Ljubljana (Slovenia); Urša Lah, conductor
XIX. 2007 Arezzo (Italy) The Philippines Madrigal Singers, Quezon City (Philippines); Mark A. Carpio, conductor
XVIII. 2006 Tolosa (Spain-BC) The University of Utah Singers, Salt Lake City, UT (USA); Brady R. Allred, conductor
XVII. 2005 Varna (Bulgaria) Allmänna Sången, Uppsala (Sweden); Cecilia Rydinger Alin, conductor
XVI. 2004 Gorizia (Italy) Rīgas jauniešu koris “Kamēr…” , Riga (Latvia), Maris Sirmais, conductor
XV.

2003

Tours (France) Brevis, Vilnius (Lithuania); Gintautas Venislovas, conductor
XIV. 2002 Arezzo (Italy) University Choir APZ Tone Tomsic, Ljubljana (Slovenia); Stojan Kuret, conductor
XIII.  2001 Debrecen (Hungary) Magnificat Children Choir, Budapest (Hungary); Valeria Szebelledi, conductor
XII. 2000 Tolosa (Spain-BC) Vesna Children Choir, Moscow (Russia); Alexander Ponomariov, conductor
XI. 1999 Varna (Bulgaria) Lunds Vokalensemble, Lunds (Sweden); Ingemar Mansson, conductor
X. 1998 Gorizia (Italy) University of Mississippi Concert Singers, Oxford, MS (USA); Jerry Jordan, conductor
IX. 1997 Tours (France) The Philippines Madrigal Singers, Quezon City (Philippines); A. Veneracion, conductor
VIII. 1996 Debrecen (Hungary) Pro Musica Leanykar, Nyiregyhaza (Hungary); Denes Szabo, conductor
VII. 1995 Arezzo (Italy) Choir Kallos, Tokio (Japan); Fumiaki Kuriyama, conductor
VI. 1994 Tolosa (Spain-BC) The Mats Nilsson Vocal Ensemble, Stockholm (Sweden); Mats Nilsson, conductor
V. 1993 Varna (Bulgaria) Jauna Muzika, Vilnius (Lithuania); Vaclovas Augustinas and R. Skapas, conductors
IV. 1992 Gorizia (Italy) S:t Jacobs Kammarkör, Stockholm (Sweden); Gary Graden, conductor
III. 1991 Tours (France) Academy Choir, Vilnius (Lithuania); Tadas Sumskas, conductor
II. 1990 Debrecen (Hungary) suspended
I. 1989 Arezzo (Italy) Kammerkoret Hymnia, Copenhagen (Danmark); P. Emborg / F. Windekilde, conductors

 
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