Best conductor's prize: Ivan Yohan, PARAHYANGAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHOIR, Indonesia

Best performance of the compulsory composition "The Drop" by Andris Dzenītis: MIXED CHOIR OF RIGA CATHEDRAL CHOIR SCHOOL, Conductor Jurģis Cābulis, Latvia

Audience Award: MIXED CHOIR OF RIGA CATHEDRAL CHOIR SCHOOL, Conductor Jurģis Cābulis, Latvia

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  • 84,21 points to CANTATE DOMINO, Lithuania
    Conductor: ROLANDAS DAUGELA

  • 85,69 points to THE HALLGRIMSKIRKJA MOTET CHOIR, Iceland
    Conductor: Hörður Áskelsson

  • 87,08 points to POLIFONICA, Belarus
    Conductor: PAVEL SHEPELEV

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  • 5th place with 88,07 points female choir AINO, Finland
    Conductor: SATU LUUKKONEN

  • 4th place with 91,4 points AIDIJA, Lithuania
    Conductor: ROMUALDAS GRAŽINIS

  • 3rd place with 93,00 points and monetary prize 1000 EUR: ELLERI GIRLS’ CHOIR, Estonia
    Conductors: KÜLLI LOKKO and KÄROLIN ORAV

  • 2nd place with 93,16 points and monetary prize 2000 EUR: PARAHYANGAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY CHOIR, Indonesia
    Conductor: IVAN YOHAN

  • 1st place and GRAND PRIX with 95,83 points and monetary prize 3500 EUR:
    MIXED CHOIR OF RIGA CATHEDRAL CHOIR SCHOOL, Latvia
    Conductor: JURĢIS CĀBULIS



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Good news to last-minute requests - the deadline for application for participation at the 3rd International Baltic Sea Choir Competition has been extended until 25th March

 

 

 

Application for the 3rd International Baltic Sea Choir Competition is open till 1 March, 2018! To apply a filled out application form and the information required has to be sent via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or in paper form by post. To download the application form click the image below!

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95,33 points – the Winner of 2nd International Baltic Sea Choir Competition who got Jurmala City GRAND PRIX trophy and Latvijas valsts meži monetary prize of 3500 Eur: NEW DUBLIN VOICES (Ireland), conductor Bernie Sherlock

95,00 points – 2nd place and monetary prize of 2000 Eur: Girls Choir of the Koper Music school (Slovenia), conductor Maja Cilenšek

93,33 points - 3rd place and monetary prize of 1000 Eur: Härlanda Chamber Choir (Sweden), conductor David Molin

92,67 pointsEmila Darzina mixed choir (Latvia), conductor Nora Vītiņa

92,53 pointsSvanholm Singers (Sweden), conductor Sofia Sӧderberg

88,83 pointsGREX MUSICUS (Finland), conductor Marjukka Riihimäki

88,33 points - Art Museum of Riga Bourse Male Choir (Latvia), conductors Kaspars Vēvers, Rūdolfs Bacāns

87,08 pointsMixed Choir CRESCENDO (Slovenia), conductor Žiga Kert

87,00 points - Tartu Student’s Choir (Estonia), conductor Küllike Joosing

85,67 pointsVOX IUVENALIS (Czech Republic), conductor Jan Ocetek

83,17 points - Mixed Chamber Choir AUSTRUMS (Latvia), conductor Ārijs Šķepasts

78,50 points - Youth Capella HARMONY (Russia), conductor Irina Roganova

 

Special Awards:

  • The award for the best interpretation of Compulsory piece of Ēriks Ešenvalds LUX AETERNA and a premium of 250 Eur presented by the biggest sheet music publisher in Latvia "Musica Baltica" - Girls Choir of the Koper Music school (Slovenia), conductor Maja Cilenšek
  • The prize for the best conductor in the form of 500 Eur presented by Innocent Coffee – conductor Nora Vītiņa, Emils Darzins Mixed Choir (Latvia)
  • The Audience Sympathy Prize, provided by LAIMA - Art Museum of Riga Bourse Male Choir (Latvia), conductors Kaspars Vēvers, Rūdolfs Bacāns