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The Polyphonic Choir Vox Totana Musicalis swept the National Choral Festival IV Infiesto (Asturias) (07/10/2010)

The last weekend of 25 and 26 September, members of the Polyphonic Choir Vox totanera Musicalis moved to the Asturian town of Infiesto to participate in the National Choral Festival IV La Avellana, during the editing XXXIX Traditional celebrations in this city and its region are held in honor of fruit harvested for centuries.

The host of this event, since its creation, the Polyphonic Choir Piloñesa Ars Nova, whose chairman, Tino Sierra, remained at all times overturned by the coral totanera offer a pleasant and comfortable in the Principality, with the other four choirs selected to participate in the contest: the Coral Dafne de Oviedo, Gijón Coro Luis Quiros, the Coral agrupamentos Viladecans The Lira (Barcelona) and Polyphonic Choir La Esperanza, in Guadalajara.

The performances that made the competition were divided into two days corals before the jury and the large audience in the Church of Infiesto.

In the Saturday qualifying day 25, the Coral totanera played a varied program consisting of six acclaimed Madrigals Asturian Armenter Javier Ramos, the work required of the event, Cantos de la Huerta, Albert Alcaraz, in the form of the folk play region of origin, and then There is a flower, by John Rutter and Hodie Christus natus est, Javier Busto.

During dinner that night living, after which the choir sang the Habanera Vox Musicalis your side, the aforementioned composer Javier Busto, the jury proclaimed Contest Finalists: Choir Daphne, the Polyphonic Choir and Vox Hope Musicalis.

But the amazing and almost magical moment of the night was yet to come, as both CajAstur Trophy for the best performance of the obligatory work, awarded by the jury of the contest, as Axuntábense Prize for best interpretation of the work folk the source region, sponsored by the Choir Federation Asturian (faecal) were granted both to the Coral Vox Music.

Its members, as expected, burst into an explosion of joy and satisfaction, while acclaimed choral director, Pedro Perez, picked up awards on the hands of the most important representatives of Asturias choral panorama.

On Sunday 26 coral dawn for an exciting totanera sense that we stand as a favorite to win the ultimate prize of the contest.

And so were greeted at dinner at a popular restaurant in town, where local bartenders, echoing the comments of local residents greeted them with that title.

And they were right.

After the second day coral Sunday afternoon, in which the finalist choirs interpret the code again Saturday, the judges issued the verdict awaited: Vox Musicalis Polyphonic Choir was crowned absolute winner of the contest, between hugs and cheers of his choir, while Pedro Perez returned to the top of the podium to collect coral, among many compliments, the trophy of the contest: Golden Hazelnut, and 3,000 € with which he was endowed the award.

On the other hand, Musicalis Vox choir also enjoyed free time for sightseeing through the incomparable landscapes of Asturias, in a brief but unforgettable trip in which visited the extraordinary Romanesque monuments of Oviedo and the picturesque villages of Lastres (known to be the scene of the television series Doctor Matthew), Cangas de Onis Ribadesella.

However, there is no doubt that the truly unforgettable experience for members of the choral ensemble totanero will remember the event that after the many 4-H, 3rd place and 2os awards over its thirteen years of existence, along different vocal competitions national and international, earned them the deserved recognition for his first 1st prize, despite the redundancy, and which can be said to have literally destroyed.

Source: Vox Musicalis

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