New concert uniform for the “Vesna” Children’s Choir

25 September 2013

The Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation has helped the Vesna Children’s Choir to purchase a new set of outfits for their concerts.

The Vesna Children’s Choir is a Senior Choir from the A.S. Ponomarev Children’s Music School, dating back to 1965.

Vesna Children’s Choir has been the winner of the most prestigious international choral competitions in Bulgaria, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Canada and France, as well as the holder of the highest European award for choirs of all types and ages “The Grand Prix of Europe 2000.”

Each year, “Vesna” puts on concerts in Moscow’s most prestigious concert halls and has toured more than 50 cities in Russia, as well as 12 European countries, Canada, Japan and China. The Choir collaborates with professional musicians, symphony orchestras and conductors (such as V. Fedoseyev, G. Rozhdestvensky, M. Pletnev, S. Sondeckis, L. Marquis, T. Sanderling, S. Bychkov, etc.). The Choir’s performances are recorded on vinyl, can be found in TV and Radio archives and on 11 CDs, including several released abroad.


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