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The Ars Cantica Choir was established in 1988 in Milan and today, as a body of professional singers, has won a reputation for its versatility and ability to tackle repertoire from the Renaissance to the contemporary. The choir has triumphed in a number of national and international competitions and has performed at important festivals and in concert in Italy and abroad, including the Rovereto International Mozart Festival, the Sagra Musicale Umbra, the Società del Quartetto di Milano, the Settimane Musicali of Stresa and of Lago Maggiore, I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano, the Teatro Bellini, Catania, the Teatro Due, Parma, the Associazione Scarlatti, Naples, Ferrara Musica, the Orchestra Sinfonica Marchigiana, the International Chor Forum (Germany), the Málaga Festival of Early Music and the Festival of Torre del Mar (Spain). The founder and director of the choir is Marco Berrini.

Ars Cantica Choir

Ars Antica Choir conducted by Marco Berrini
Role: Choir 
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