Tehran Vocal Ensemble Wins Gold in Spain Festival

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Active ImageThe Tehran Vocal Ensemble has won a gold medal in Mixed Choir Section of the 11th edition of Spain's International Folksong Choir Festival in Barcelona.

Conducted by Milad Omranlou, the 16-member group performed five folkloric pieces. The auspicious performances gained 93 scores for the ensemble to oust the competition and secure the Mixed Choir Section's gold medal.

According to Omranlou, the ensemble's closing performance in the Barcelona's Church S. Maria del Pi - Barrio Gotico was indeed well received by audience and jury.

The ensemble, which was awarded two medals at the 2009 World Choir Championship in Gyeognam, South Korea, had serious rivals from Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy and Norway.

A group of four musicians and choir directors including Germany's Michael Rinscheid, Estonia's Kai Toe Ellermaa, Italy's Felix Resch and Czech Republic's Miroslav Kosler judged the performances.

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