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Profile of Collegium musicale bonum

  • The history of this formation starts in July 2013, when several solo singers joined together, and formed female chamber choir Collegium musicale bonum.
  • During the first year the choir transformed into its nowaday image in regard to both voicing and repertoir.
  • Since July 2014 the choir has rehersed in the parish house of the Catholic Church in Slavkov u Brna.
  • Today the ensamble consists of mixed singing choir and instrumentalists from Slavkov u Brna and its surroundings.
  • Throughout its existence the choir has presented Litaniae lauretanae and Vesperae minus solenne by Bohuslav Matěj Černohorský, Missa brevis in F by Zdeněk Fibich, Missa brevis in B (KV 275) and Missa in C „Spatzenmesse“ (KV 220) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Žarošická mše pastýřská by Zdeněk Zouhar, parts of Stabat mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi etc.
  • What is also important are the premieres of contemprory authors such as minioratorium Divotvurkyne Moravy by Zdeněk Pololáník.
  • The following composers wrote pieces dedicated to CMB: František Gregor Emmert, Vojtěch Javora, Pavol Krška (SR) and Zdeněk Pololáník.
  • The choir not only give concerts, but also perform within Mass and paricipates in shows of musical ensembles.
  • Here there are the main concerts: at Conference of Museum and Homeland community in Brno (Zarosice 2013), Saint Cecil meeting (Brno Cathedral 2014), the 20th meeting of Slavkov initiative of reconcilliation (Slavkov u Brna 2015), The acknowledgement of music historian prof. Jiri Sehnal and regenschori Zdeněk Hatina at general meeting of Musica Sacra Union (Brno 2016), Saint Wenceslas concert (Vyškov na Moravě 2016), Concert for the 600th anniversary of the sign of Slavkov u Brna (Slavkov u Brna 2016) and 500 years of reformation (2017) and the acknowledgement of significant figures in music (Jiri Sehnal, Zdenek Hatina, Petr Kolař) at general meeting of Musica Sacra Union (Brno 2016, 2018).
  • During a year the choir manages 15 - 20 musical performances.
  • The ensemble is an informal group of persons without legal subjectivity.

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