THE WINNERS OF THE SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL JSFest 2019 CHORAL COMPETITION

 

1. Adult category

I, II and III places are awarded diplomas and cups, IV, V and VI places are awarded diplomas

                                                                   GRAND PRIX diploma and a cash prize of 500€:

                                                                           

                                                                                  Choir ”Moskovskiye Pevchie”    

                                                                        Moscow, Russia, conductor Ilya Myakishev

 

 

 

 

 

I place - Choral Ensemble KvaMu, Riihikoski, Finland,

                 Conductor Pekka Nebelung

 

 

2. Children and youth category

I, II and III places are awarded diplomas and cups, IV, V and VI places are awarded diplomas

 

                                                               GRAND PRIX diploma and a cash prize of 300€:

 

                                                                                    Choir “Veselie Golosa” 

                                                                 St. Petersburg, Russia, conductor Natalia Mazko 

 

                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                        The best choir conductor will be awarded with a diploma and a cash prize of 100€:

                                                                            

                                                                                  Pekka Nebelung, Riihikoski, Finland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special prizes:

Приз от Союза композиторов России - за лучшее исполнение произведения российского композитора/ Prize from the Union of Russian Composers - for the best performance by Russian Composer:

                                                         

                                                  Хор ”Весёлые голоса”, Россия, руководитель Наталья Мазько  

                                             Choir “Veselie Golosa”, St. Petersburg, Russia, Conductor Natalia Mazko,

 

I place - Children's choir "Vdokhnovenie", Moscow, Russia

Conductor Olga Kuznetsova, accompanist Ekaterina Linnik

I place - Choir KaMu sekakuoro, Riihikoski, Finland

Conductor or Artistic Director Pekka Nebelung

 

II place - Choir Childhood, Chelyabinsk, Russia II

Conductor Olga Balitskaya, accompanist Katrin Sand

II place - Choir KaMu tyttökuoro, Riihikoski, Finland

Conductor Pekka Nebelung

 

III place - Choir studii "Yunost`", Lyubercy, Russia

Conductor Svetlana Leporg, accompanist Turaeva Elena

 

 

 

 

THE WINNER OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL JSFest 2018 CHORAL COMPETITION

 

                                      Diploma of Grand-Prix and money award of 800€:

                                  Children’s choir "Tellervo", Petrozavodsk, Russia

Children’s and youth choruses:

Category A:

I place - KaMu Girls Choir, Kaarina, Finland

 

Category C: Folklore

I place  - KaMu Youth Choir, Riihikoski, Finland

 

Category D: Vocal ensembles

II place - KVaMu Vocal Ensemble, Riihikoski, Finland

 

The best conductor Diploma and money award of 300€: Pekka Nebelung, Finland

 

 

 

 

 

The winners of the fifth international Jean Sibelius choral competition 2017, Turku, Finland.

 

Grand-Prix was not awarded by the decision of jury.

 

Children’s and youth choruses:

Category A1:

I place - Children’s choir " Ugnele ", Lithuania, Vilnius

II place - Children’s choir "Piоnеria", Russia, Bаlаshihа

III place - Children’s choir «Рreobrazhenie», Russia, Moscow 

 

Category A3 - Mixed youth choruses (from 16 till 25)

I place - Children’s choir " FEST ", Belarus, Minsk

 

Category B1 - Mixed choruses

I place - Children’s choir "Piоnеria", Russia, Bаlаshihа 

 

Category D2 - Single gender vocally-choral ensembles consisting of no more than 12 persons

I place - Quartet AURA Finland, Kaarina

 

Category D3 - mixed vocally-choral ensembles consisting of no more than 16 persons up to age 16

I place - Children’s choir " КАРУНКІ ", Belarus, Minsk

 

Category D4 - mixed vocally-choral ensembles consisting of no more than 16 persons age from 16 till 25

I place - St John's College Choir, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

Adult’s choral:

Category B1 - Mixed choruses

II place - Academic chorus of fans of singing of St.-Petersburg, Russia, Saint Petersburg

 

Category A3 - Single gender vocally-choral ensembles consisting of no more than 12 persons

I place - Choir CCL. Finland, Kaarina