Canzone, Estonia, Grand Prize Winner Kalamata 2022 © INTERKULTUR

Kalamata 2022: Congratulations to the winners!

10 Golden, 9 Silver and 5 Bronze Diplomas awarded at the Int. Choir Competition & Festival Kalamata

Int. Choir Competition & Festival Kalamata

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This afternoon and evening the first choir competition and festival in Kalamata was closed with a final Grand Prize Competition and an emotional Awards Ceremony, and these are the winners: 

After an exciting Grand Prize Competition the international jury decided to give the Kalamata Choir Prize 2022 - endowed with 1500€ - to the choir Canzone from Estonia. Congratulations! 

The winners of the categories are: 


Category A1 - Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level I

Vivace Chamber Choir (Finland)
conducted by Mia Makaroff

Category B1 - Mixed Choirs – Difficulty Level II

Vokalgruppen Kolorit (Denmark)
conducted by Niels Græsholm

Category B2 - Equal Voices – Difficulty Level II

Melifono (Greece)
conducted by Athanasia Kyriakidou

Category S - Sacred Choral Music a cappella

Canzone (Estonia)
conducted by Ulrika Grauberg & Eneken Viitmaa

Category F - Folklore

Canzone (Estonia)
conducted by Ulrika Grauberg & Eneken Viitmaa

A Special Prize for a colorful and diverse competition program was awarded to Athanasia Kyriakidou (conductor of Melifono, Greece).

A second Special Prize was awarded for an outstanding solo performance to Adriana-Ioana Iacob (singer in the choir Corala de Fete "Ciprian Porumbescu", Romania).

Download here the full list of competition results including all choirs and scores: