ENSEMBLES 2011

Ars Camerata Kapuvár

Ars Camerata Kapuvár

 

Ars Camerata mixed choir was established in autumn 2005. It consists of youngsters found of music from Kapuvar and the neighbouring region. Their repertoire includes works from the early polyphonic, Renaissance, Classical, Romantic and contemporary periods. They perform sacred music as well as folksong adaptations, Hungarian and foreign pieces.
Ars Camerata has already participated in many concerts not only in its hometown and in other Hungarian cities but also abroad. In 2011 they join an artistic festival in Villaines-La-Juhel (France). They have taken part in several charity and corporate concerts, and they often provide music on various church festivals.
In 2010 they were honoured to participate in the Celebration part of the SCL festival in Vienna. Additionally, they performed a joint concert in their hometown in the St Anna Church with Glorystar Children’s Chorus from the USA.

 

 

 

Ildikó Szabó

Ildikó Szabó

Conductor

Ildikó Szabó graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest in 1996. She studied Choral Conducting, Music Theory and Solfeggio. Four years later she had another degree in Church Music. During her studies she participated in many concerts with the university choir for example in Italy, Spain and Austria. She also had a study tour in church music in London and Oxford.
She has been teaching music theory in the Kapuvar Music School since 1996. Since 2004 she has been the choirmaster of Scola and the organist in the local church mass. Ildikó Szabó is a devoted soprano singer too.

 

 

 

Celebration Program

 

Kodály Zoltán (1882-1967)   Túrót eszik a cigány
G. De Marzi (*1935)   Signore delle cime
Orbán György (*1947)   Ave Maria
Schein (1586-1631)   Most nyugosznak a völgyek (Nun ruhen alle Waelder)
Claudio Casciolini (1697-1760)   Panis angelicus
Josquin Desprez (1450-1521)   El grillo
Bárdos Lajos (1899-1986)   Tábortűznél
Karai József (*1927)   Estéli nótázás (Abendgesaenge)

 

 

Additional Concerts Program

 

Kocsár Miklós (*1933)   Salve Regina
Schein (1586-1631)   Most nyugosznak a völgyek (Nun ruhen alle Waelder)
Franz Biebl (1906-2001)   Ave Maria
Bárdos Lajos (1899-1986)   Csillagvirág III.tétel, Fényes csillag
Karai József (*1927)   Estéli nótázás (Abendgesaenge)