Under the baton of Maestro Saul Zaks, with composer Martín Palmeri at the piano and international soloists, participating choirs will jointly perform the “Misa a Buenos Aires”, a contemporary roman mass in an authentic Argentinean tango style, and the world premiere of Palmeri’s newest composition “Salve Regina” at the great hall of the Wiener Konzerthaus.
After rehearsing the pieces leading up to the festival, the choirs will have several rehearsals and workshops with Maestro Zaks and Martin Palmeri to get insides, polish the interpretation to an authentic Argentinian style and grow together as a joint choir.
This project is meant to be a joyful communal experience of everyone involved with the common goal of a wonderful performance as the concluding highlight of the festival.
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