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The Chamber Choir of the Novosibirsk State Philharmonic Society was formed in 1981 and became the first Siberian professional academic choral ensemble. The choir has regularly appeared in many major Russian and former Soviet cities, with frequent tours of Germany, Italy, and France, and has taken part in many international and domestic festivals, with large-scale social and cultural events such as the 850th Moscow Anniversary, In Memory of Victims in the 20th Century (Dortmund, Germany, 1999), the All-Russian Day of Slavic Literature and Culture, and Easter charity concerts (the Novosibirsk Glavny railway station). The choir repertoire covers works of West European and Russian composers from Bach and znamenny singing to contemporaries, choir miniatures and songs, jazz compositions and the work of Siberian composers written specially for the choir.


Role: Choir 
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