Friday 23 october
21.00 hrs Cattedrale S. Rufino Coro Polifonico “Città di Tolentino” (Tolentino MC)
Admission to the concert is free, but in compliance with the regulations to avoid the spread of Covid-19, booking is mandatory. To book, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with name, surname, city of origin and telephone contact.
CONCERT PROGRAM – Coro Polifonico “Città di Tolentino”
Conductor Aldo Cicconofri
Soloists Sabrina Conocchioli, Damiano Montanari
J. Busto Ave Maria
E. Grieg Ave maris stella
M. Kocsar Salve Regina
J. Busto Joseph Fili
L. Molfino O sacrum convivium
J. Busto Jesu dulcis memoria
O. Gjeilo Ubi caritas
Spiritual Wade in the water
Free at last
R. Powell The word was God
Spiritual Good news
K. Shaw Plenty good room
Curriculum – “Città di Tolentino” Polyphonyc Choir
The “Città di Tolentino” Polyphonyc Choir was born in 1980 and it carries out an intense concert activity thanks to which it gained agreement and recognition both in Italy and abroad (Yugoslavia, Germany, France, Greece, Poland, Spain, Netherland, Austria, Bohemia, Czech Republic, Belgium, Latvia, Slovakia, Portugal and Russia).
It organized 25 editions of the Polyphonic Choir Festival “Città di Tolentino” during which you can assist to music exhibitions, meetings and a serie of many concerts that take place in different locations of Tolentino: the best italian, european and South american choral groups participate.
It executed the national premiere of important works of italian and foreign authors and it often published recordings of these. It successfully participated to various italian and foreign choral contests.
From 2011 until today the choir has been promoting original programs of its repertoire in different italian cities: “Sacred Concert” for soprano by Duke Ellington, Choir and Jazz Band, “Carmina Burana” by C. Orff and “Vigilae” an original piece dedicated to St Nicola of Tolentino by Zuccante in the occasion of the 7th centenary of the Saint’s death. The “Città di Tolentino” Polyphonic Choir registered a collection of arrangements for solo, choir and music ensemble by the same author, Zuccante, with the title “Cantautori in coro”. It proposed and registered the first modern performance of the “Miserere” by Domenico Silverj, a 19th century composer coming from Marche region.
Download the program in pdf programma venerdì 23 ottobre 2020
We look forward to seeing you at the next edition of ASSISI PAX MUNDI, which will be held from 21 to 24 October 2021