Iubilate and Cantate
- this girls’ choir is conducted by Ferenc Sapszon (Budapest).
- it is part of one of the most famous choir schools “ Kodály Zoltán Magyar Kórusiskolát” in Central- en East-Europe.
- the choir was honoured with first prizes, and other distinctions at festivals in Italy and Austria, so e.g. in Rome in 2016 at the Festival “Musica Eterna Roma”.
- it follows the Hungarian choir tradition in the spirit of Zoltan Kodaly (music pedagogue and important composer).
- repertoire: from gregorian chant to modern choir music.
- this mixed ensemble was formed by former singers of Jubilate and students at diverse schools for further education in Budapest. Ferenc Sapszon is the conductor.
- the former singers of Jubilate were formed at one of the most famous choir schools in Central and Eastern Europe: “Kodaly Zoltan Magyar Korusiskolat”.
- Cantate and Iubilate often cooperate. With its impressive cast of singers, the choir was honoured at festivals in Italy, Austria, and other countries.
- it follows the Hongarian choir tradition in the spirit of Zoltan Kodaly (music pedagogue and important composer).
- repertoire from Gregorian chant up to today’s music.