Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz

Polonya / Kalisz Org Okulu Korosu

Diocesan Study Center for Organists Choir in Kalisz

It has existed for 20 years, from the beginning of the Study Center activity. Its aim is to grace celebrations of this institution. In February 2014 the choir took part in the 3rd International Choir Festival in Gdańsk and in August 2014 in International Festival in Paris. In May 2015 it participated in the first performance of Ave verum in Vienna and in June 2015 together with Kalisz Philharmonic Orchestra the choir performed this piece during the final concert of The Diocesan Eucharistic Congress in Kalisz. The conductor of the choir is Krzysztof Niegowski.

 

Krzysztof Niegowski graduated from The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice in prof. Józef Świder’s class of composition and prof. Jan Wojtacha’s class of  conducting choirs. He received the PhD degree in The Stanisław Moniuszko Academy of Music in Gdańsk. Nowadays he is a lecturer at Adam Mickiewicz University, a director of Diocesan Study Center for Organists and an organist in St. Nicholas Cathedral in Kalisz. He conducts three choirs: Kalisz Cathedral Choir Canticum, Students’ Choir Punctum Quadratum, and The  Diocesan Study Center for Organists Choir in Kalisz with which he performed in concerts in Ukraine, Austria, Germany, France, Holland, China. He is an organizer and musical life animator, a jury member of various choral and vocal competitions as well as a speaker at national and international music conferences, among others in Lithuania and Turkey. He is an author of publications and articles connected with sacred music. Krzysztof Niegowski is a member of The Association of Polish Church Musicians, The Diocesan Commission for Sacred Music in Kalisz, and a member of the management of The Association of Cultural Education for Children and Youth "Schola Cantorum" in Kalisz. He is an active composer specializing in vocal-instrumental music. Among his compositions it is worth mentioning: choral pieces e.g: Magnificat, Little Litany of St. Joseph, musical arrangements of Polish fairy tales for children choir which are used as obligatory at Polish National Children and Youth a Cappella School Choirs Festival in Bydgoszcz, and vocal and instrumental pieces: Stabat Mater, Cantata to St. Nicholas, Apostolic Oratorio, Hymnum gloriae tuae canimus, Ave verum, Roman Triptych.

 

 

 

PİYANO-SOLİST DÜET

PIANO-SOLOIST DUO

 

 

Bestecinin Adı

Full name of the composer

 

Bestecinin yaşam yılı

Composer’s dates

Eserin orjinal adı

Title of piece in original language

Eser uzunluğu

Duration of the piece

Krzysztof Niegowski

1971 -

Magnificat

2.30

Gil Aldema

1928 - 2014

Ken bakodesh

2.30

Mariano Garau

1952 -

Ave verum

2.00

Krzysztof Niegowski

1971 -

Pastisz

2.30

Sebastian Sikora

 

Zdrowaś Maryja

2.30

Pierre Attaingnant

1494 - 1552

Tourdion

2.00

Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki

1665 - 1734

Omni die dic Mariae

2.00

 

 

Si ya hamb

2.00

Cesar Franck

1822 - 1890

Panis angelicus

3.00

 

 

Irish blessing

2.30

 

 

 

KORO /CHOIR

 

 

Bestecinin Adı

Full name of the composer

Bestecinin yaşam yılı

Composer’s dates

Eserin orjinal adı

Title of piece in original language

Eser uzunluğu

Duration of the piece

Krzysztof Niegowski

1971 -

Magnificat

2.30

Gil Aldema

1928 - 2014

Ken bakodesh

2.30

Mariano Garau

1952 -

Ave verum

2.00

Krzysztof Niegowski

1971 -

Pastisz

2.30

Sebastian Sikora

 

Zdrowaś Maryja

2.30

Pierre Attaingnant

1494 - 1552

Tourdion

2.00

Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki

1665 - 1734

Omni die dic Mariae

2.00

 

 

Si ya hamb

2.00

Cesar Franck

1822 - 1890

Panis angelicus

3.00

 

 

Irish blessing

2.30

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Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz
Choir Of Organ School From Kalisz