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Kalamata 2019: The results

VIVA from Norway wins choir competition in Greece

Three days of choir competition in Kalamata culminated in a final Grand Prize Competition on Saturday afternoon. Seven choirs from six different nations were selected to compete once again for the "Kalamata Choir Prize 2019" and become the overall winner of the event's third edition: VIVA from Norway, conducted by Ina Cecilie Hjelmervik Olufsen

All results were announced during the Award Ceremony on Saturday evening, where the international jury awarded 28 Golden, 14 Silver and 2 Bronze Diplomas to the competing choirs. 

The winners of the different competition categories are:

Category A2 - Equal Voices – Difficulty Level I
VIVA (Norway)
conducted by Ina Cecilie Hjelmervik Olufsen

Category B1 - Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level II
Shenzhen Luohu Sound of Harmonies Choir (China)
conducted by Ya Qin Liu

Category B2 - Equal Voices – Difficulty Level II
Shenzhen Luohu Philharmonic Chamber Choir (China)
conducted by Ya Qin Liu

Category G1 - Children's Choirs
Children's Choir of Music School of Athens (Greece)
conducted by Nikolaos Prigkas

Category G2 - Youth Choirs of equal voices
Sonorae (Greece)
conducted by Aikaterini Tsitsa

Category G3 - Youth Choirs of mixed voices
Mixed Choir of Music School of Kalamata – Creating Memories (Greece)
conducted by Nikolaos Prigkas

Category S - Sacred Choral Music
Toraya Choir Jakarta (Indonesia)
conducted by Rainier Revireino

Category F - Folklore
Toraya Choir Jakarta (Indonesia)
conducted by Rainier Revireino

Congratulations to all winners!

A complete list of results including all choirs, categories and scores is available for download here.

For more photos and videos, please check the event's official Facebook page

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