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Polyfollia, Young Voices

Aled Jones takes a chance to look to the future as the very best new choirs gather in the Nomandy city of Saint-Lô to show what they can do infront of Europe's top choral promoters.

Aled Jones takes a chance to look to the future as the very best new choirs gather in the Nomandy city of Saint-Lô to show what they can do. Polyfollia brings new talent face-to-face with Europe's choral promoters, and has a reputation for spotting the next big groups. Plus Young Voices, the choral phenomenon which enables children to sing together in their thousands at the UK's biggest arenas.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sun 25 Nov 2012 17:00

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  • B Isfalt

    Rovarsanger

    Performers: Svanholm Singers

  • Samuel Barber

    Twelth Night

    Performers: Conspirare Conductor: Craig Hella Johnson

  • Trad.Arr Moses Hogan

    Hold On

    Performers: Conspirare Conductor: Craig Hella Johnson

  • Jacobus Clemens non Papa

    Magi veniunt ab oriente

    Performers: New York Polyphony

  • Crecquillon

    Lamentationes Jeremiae

    Performers: New York Polyphony

  • Crecquillon

    Lamentationes Jeremiae

    Performers: New York Polyphony

  • Pamintuan

    Verbum Caro

    Performers: Philippine Madrigal Singers Conductor: Mark Anthony Carpio

  • Trad.

    Koyo No Tebulul

    Performers: Philippine Madrigal Singers Conductor: Mark Anthony Carpio

  • Giuseppe Verdi

    Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco

    Performers: The World Choir Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes

  • Trad.

    Mpulila Ebiwobe

    Performers: African Children's Choir

  • Trad.

    Bruremarsj far Sorfold

    Performers: Pust

  • Hasselgard

    Farao Pa Ferie

    Performers: Pust

  • Francis Poulenc

    Quatre Petites prieres de Saint Francois d'Assise

    Performers: The Gents Conductor: Peter Dijkstra

  • Macau

    Olhos Coloridos

    Performers: Da No Coro

  • Jorge Aragão

    Coisa de Pele

    Performers: Da No Coro

  • Paul Simon

    The Sound of Silence

    Performers: Audiofeels

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