Conductor Simone Campanini
- G.P. da Palestrina – Sicut cervus
- B. Bettinelli – O Jesu dolce
- S. Campanini – Alma redemptoris mater
- Ave Regina coelorum (da “Quattro antifone”)
- M. Duruflé – Ubi caritas (da “Quatre motets sure des thèmes grégoriens”)
- K. Nystedt – Peace I leave with you (n.2 dai “Three Motets”)
- F. Poulenc – Quatre petites prieres de Saint François d’Assise
- G. Verdi – Laudi alla Vergine Maria (da “Quattro pezzi sacri”)
- S. Campanini – Saluto a Maria
- Regina cœli (da “Quattro antifone”)
Since 1964, years of its foundation by maestro Edgardo Egaddi, the Associazione Culturale Corale “Città di Parma” was able to reach elevated levels of artistic quality thanks to the precious collaboration of prestigious musicians that succeded at its conduction; especially we want to remember Antonio Burzoni, Bruno Gini, Mario Fulgoni. During the years, the choir obtained important prizes in important international chorus contests, like that in Arezzo, Gorizia, Tours and the national ones of Prato and Cremona.
In over fifty years of history, the Corale “Città di Parma” has partecipated in numerous national and international events and has collaborated with major orchestras, conductors (A.Campori, G.Gavazzeni, R.Gandolfi) and composers to perform music of the symphonic-choral repertoire.
The choir has partecipated to many italian choral festivals and was also invited for international tournée, in particular in 1981 a 45 days tournée in Japan where also an album has been recorded, in 1989 in Germany and in 2007 in Lugano (Switzerland).
In 2007 the choir partecipated to the realization of a DVD encyclopedia on Medieval-Renaissance-Baroque music, by the Japan publisher ICM.
In 2014 – years of the fiftieth anniversary – the choir performed the cantata Die Kindheit Jesu by J.Ch.Fr.Bach in collaboration of the Musical Institute “F.Vittadini” of Pavia (Italy); in 2015 the choir sang the Stabat Mater of G.Rossini and the Coronation Mass of W.A.Mozart both in the Cathedral of Reggio Emilia with the Orchestra “G.Verdi”.