EGP FINALISTS – HISTORY2018-11-07T13:36:39+00:00

EGP FINALISTS 1989-2019

2019 – AREZZO, ITALY

Imusicapella Chamber Choir, cond. Tristan Ignacio (Imus City, Cavite Province, Philippines)
Somnium Ensemble, cond. Tatu Erkkilä (Helsinki, Finland)
The University of Houston Concert Chorale, cond. Betsy Cook Weber (Houston, USA)
University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors, cond. Edgardo L. Manguiat (Quezon City, Philippines)
Youth Choir »Kamēr…«, cond. Aivis Greters (Riga, Latvia)

2018 – MARIBOR, SLOVENIA

The Resonanz Children’s Choir, cond. Avip Priatna (Yakarta, Indonesia) – winner
Allmänna Sången, cond. Maria Goundorina (Uppsala, Sweden)
Coro Musicanova, cond. Fabrizio Barchi (Roma, Italy)
The Stockholms Musikgymnasium Chamber Choir, cond. Helene Stureborg (Stockholm, Sweden)
Beijing Philharmonic Choir, cond. Yang Li (Beijing, China)

2017 – TOLOSA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN

Ponomarev Children’s Choir »Vesna«, cond. Nadezhda Averina (Moscow, Russia) – winner
Mixed Choir of the Latvian Academy of Culture »Sola«, cond. Kaspars Adamsons (Riga, Latvia)
Choeur National des Jeunes A coeur Joie, cond. Filippo Maria Bressan (Lyon, France)
Philippine Madrigal Singers, choirmaster Mark Anthony A. Carpio (Quezon City, Philippines)
Batavia Madrigal Singers, cond. Avip Priatna (Jakarta, Indonesia)

2016 – VARNA, BULGARIA

UT Insieme vocale consonante (Santa Firma, Italy) – winner
The East Carolina University Chamber Singers (Greenville, USA)
Lautitia Mixed Youth Choir (Debrecen, Hungary)
Amics de la Unio Children’s Choir (Granollers, Spain)
Syracuse University Singers (Syracuse, USA)

2015 – TOURS, FRANCE

University of Utah Chamber Choir (Salt Lake City, USA) – winner
Magnificat Youth choir (Budapest, Hungary)
Cantores Amicitiae (Iasi, Romania)
Glier Institute Women’s Choir (Kiev, Ukraine)
Oreya (Zhytomir, Ukraine)

2014 – DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

St. Jacobs Youth Choir, cond. Mikael Wedar (Stockholm, Sweden) – winner
Coralia of the University of Puerto Rico, cond. Carmen Acevedo-Lucio (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
New Dublin Voices, cond. Bernie Sherlock (Dublin, Ireland)
The Stockholms Musikgymnazium Chamber Choir, cond. Helene Stureborg (Stockholm, Sweden)

2013 – AREZZO, ITALY

Youth Choir “Kamēr…”, cond. Jānis Liepiņš (Riga, Latvia) – winner
MusicaQuantica voces de Cámara, cond. Camilo Santostefano (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Batavia Madrigal Singers, cond. Avip Priatna (Jakarta, Indonesia)
APZ Tone Tomṥič of the University of Ljubljana, cond. Sebastjan Vrhovnik (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
“Credo” Chamber Choir, cond. Bogdan Plish (Kyev, Ukraine)

2011 – TOLOSA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN

Svenska Kammarkören, cond. Simon Phipps (Göteborg, Sweden) – winner
KUP Taldea, cond. Gabriel Baltes (Tolosa, Basque Country – Spain)
Coro Città di Roma, cond. Mauro Marchetti (Rome, Italy)
Consono Chamber Choir, cond. Harald Jers (Köln, Germany)
Cantemus Children’s Choir, cond. Denes Szabó (Nyíregyháza, Hungary)

2010 – CITY, COUNTRY

Vokalna akademija Ljubljana, cond. Stojan Kuret (Ljubljana, Slovenia) – winner
Komorni zbor AVE, cond. Andraž Hauptman (ljubljana, Slovenia)
Šaleški akademski zbor Velenje, cond. Danica Pirečnik (Velenje, Slovenia)
Vocal Ensemble Est, cond. Nukai Masao (Tsu, Japan)
Riga Cathedral Girls Choir, cond. Aira Birzina (Riga, Latvia) – canceled

2009 – TOURS, FRANCE

CUYO University Choir (Mendoza, Argentina) – winner
University of Primorska Academic Choir (Koper, Slovenia)
El Leon de Oro (Luanco, Spain)
Ensemble vocal Alter Echo (Lyon, France)
Cantemus Chamber Choir (Nyiregyhaza, Hungary)
Kikuka Ensemble (Tokyo, Japan)

2008 – DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

APZ Tone Tomšič, cond. Urša Lah (Ljubljana, Slovenia) – winner
Choeur National des Jeunes à Coeur Joie, cond. Valerie Fayet (Lyon, France)
Norwegian National Youth Choir, cond. Anne Karin Sundal (Oslo, Norway)
Mixed Choir of Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music, cond. Ints Teterovskis (Riga, Latvia)

2007 – AREZZO, ITALY

Philippine Madrigal Singers, cond. Mark Anthony A. Carpio (Quezon City, Philippines) – winner
Schola Cantorum Coralina, cond. Alina Orraca (La Habana, Cuba)
Children’s Choir Vesna, cond. Alexander Ponomarev (Moscow, Russia)
Taipei Chamber Singers, cond. Yun-Hung Chen (Taipei, Taiwan)
Cantemus Mixed Choir, cond. Soma Szabó (Nyìregyhàza, Hungary)

2006 – TOLOSA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN

The University of Utah Singers, cond. Brady R. Allred (Salt Lake City, USA) – winner
Bilkent University Youth Choir, cond. Elena Pushkova (Ankara, Turkey)
Victoria Chamber Choir, cond. Adam Cser (Budapest, Hungary)
Cantemus Children’s Choir, cond. Dénes Szabó (Nyiregihaza, Hungary)
Schola Cantorum, cond. Tone Bianca Dahl (Oslo, Norway)

2005 – VARNA, BULGARIA

Allmänna Sången (Uppsala, Sweden) – winner
Brilliant Harmony women’s choir (Tokyo, Japan)
Mikrokosmos Chamber Choir (Vierzon, France)
Discantus Vocal ensemble (Budapest, Hungary)
Nova Mixed Chamber Choir (Oslo, Norway)

2004 – GORIZIA, ITALY

Jauniesu Koris “Kamer…” (Riga, Lettonia) – winner
Ars Cantica Choir (Milano, Italy)
“Balsis” Chamber choir (Riga, Lettonia)
Vokal Nord (Kvaloysletta, Norway)
San Antonio College Chamber Choir (Walnut, USA)

2003 – TOURS, FRANCE

“Brevis” Chamber Choir (Vilnius, Lithuania) – winner
U.S.C. Thornton Chamber Choir (Los Angeles, USA)
Norwegian Youth Choir (Oslo, Norway)
Kampin Laulu Chamber Choir (Helsinki, Finland)
Kammerchor Saarbrücken (Saarbrücken, Germany)

2002 – AREZZO, ITALY

APZ Tone Tomsic, cond. Stojan Kuret (Ljubljana, Slovenia) – winner
ETV Tűtarlastekoor, cond. Aarne Saluveer (Tallinn, Estonia)
Debreceni Konzervatórium Kórusa, cond. Zsolt Szesztay (Debrecen, Hungary)
University of the Philippines Singing Ambassadors, cond. Ed Manguiat (Quezon City, Philippines)
Jaunieṥu Koris Kamer…, cond. Maris Sirmais (Riga, Latvia)

2001 – DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

Magnificat Children’s Choir, cond. Valéria Szebellédi (Budapest, Hungary) – winner
Brevis Chamber Choir, cond. Gintautas Venislovas (Vilnius, Lithuania)
The Choir of the Ortodox Church, cond. Inessa Bodyako (Minsk, Belorus)
Glier Music College Choir, cond. Galina Gorbatenko (Kiev, Ukraine)
Ateneo de Manila College Glee Club, cond. John August Pamintuan (Manila, Philippines)

2000 – TOLOSA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN

Vesna Children’s Choir, cond. Alexander Ponomarev (Moscow, Russia) – winner
APZ Tone Tomsic, cond. Stojan Kuret (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
USC Thornton Chamber Choir, cond. William Dehning (USA)
Grex Vocalis, cond. Carl Hogset (Oslo, Norway)
Choeur des XVI, cond. Andre Ducret (Fribourg, Switzerland)

1999 – VARNA, BULGARIA

Lunds Vocal Ensemble, cond. Ingemar Mansson (Lund, Sweden) – winner
Cor Vivaldi, cond. Oscar Boada (Petits Cantors de Catalunya – Barcelona, Spain)
CNJ – Coro National de Jovenes, cond. Nestor Zadoff (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
UST – University of Santo Tomas Singers, cond. Prof. Fidel Gener Calalang (Manila, Philippines)
Philharm. Children’s Choir (Praha, Tchequia Rep.) – canceled

1998 – GORIZIA, ITALY

University of Mississippi Concert Singers (Oxford, USA) – winner
“Ars Nova” vocal ensemble (Kecskemet, Hungary)
Taipei Century Choir (Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.China)
“Mariakören” (Västerås, Sweden)
“Ellerhein” Choir (Tallinn, Estonia)

1997 – TOURS, FRANCE

The Philippines Madrigal Singers (Quezon City, Philippines) – winner
Komorni Zbor Ave, cond. Andraž Hauptman (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Sct Peders Koncertkor (Randers, Danmark)
Voci Nobili (Bergen, Norway)
Kammerchor Saarbrücken (Saarbrücken, Germany)

1996 – DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

Pro Musica Girls’ Choir, cond. Dénes Szabó (Nyíregyháza, Hungary) – winner
Kamer Choir, cond. Maris Sirmais (Riga, Latvia)
Vinnitsa Municipal Academic Choir, cond. Vitaly Gaziskiy (Vinnitsa, Ukraine)
Choir Oreya, cond. Alexander Vatsek (Zhitomir, Ukraine)

1995 – AREZZO, ITALY

Coro Kallos, cond. Fumiaki Kuriyama (Tokyo, Japan) – winner
Jazepa Medina Rigas Muzikas Koledzas Jauktais Koris, cond. Janis Baltins and Janis Lindenbergs (Riga, Latvia)
Vocantus, cond. Per Johansson (Göteborg, Sweden)
The University of Mississippi Concert Singers, cond. Jerry Jordan (Oxford Mississippi, USA)

1994 – TOLOSA, BASQUE COUNTRY, SPAIN

Mats Nilsson Vocal Ensemble, cond. Mats Nilsson (Stockholm, Sweden) – winner
Sofia Children’s Choir, cond. Adriana Blagoeva (Sofia, Bulgaria)
The Royal Academy of Music Chamber Choir, cond. Gustaf Sjökvist (Stockholm, Sweden)
Vidrodzdennia Chamber Choir, cond. Mstyslav Yurchenko (Kiev, Ukraine)
Exaudi, cond. Maria Felicia Pérez (Havana, Cuba)

1993 – VARNA, BULGARIA

Jauna Muzika Mixed Choir, cond. Vaclovas Augustinas and Romas Skapas (Vilnius, Lithuania) – winner
Exaudi Mixed Chamber Choir, cond. Maria Felicia Perez (Havana, Cuba)
Vesna Children’s Choir, cond. Alexander Ponomarev (Moscow, Russia)
Magdeburger Chamber Choir, cond. Lothar Hennig (Magdeburg, Germany)

1992 – GORIZIA, ITALY

to be added

1991 – TOURS, FRANCE

Chamber Choir Conservatoire VILNIUS (Lithuania) – winner
“Canto da Camera” vocal ensemble (Varsovie, Poland)
Ensemble vocal Benjamin Britten (Irigny, France)
“Lille Muko” Universitetskoret (Copenhague, Danmark)
Gruppo polifonico Citta di Rovigo (Rovigo, Italy)

1990 – DEBRECEN, HUNGARY

postponed

1989 – AREZZO, ITALY

Kammerkoret Hymnia, cond. Poul Emborg and Fleming Windekilde (Copenhagen, Denmark) – winner
Accademia Musicale Universitaria, cond. Walter Lo Nigro (Trieste, Italy)
Coro Femminile Béla Bartók, cond. József Rázga (Békéscsaba, Hungary)
Coro da Camera Vilnius, cond. Česlovas Radžiunas and Tadas Šumskas (Vilnius, Lithuania)