Cantabile Women's Choir

Chisinau, Moldova

Elena Marian conductor

Vitalie Mosiiciuc concertmeister


Title Composer Lyrics
Cantate Domino Vytautas Miskinis (b. 1954) Latin
Joc din Oaș (Dance from Oaș) Anton Zeman (b. 1952) Anton Zeman (b. 1952)
Concert nr. 1 Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903) Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903)
Ciorcîrlia (The lark) arr. Eugen Enachi Popular lyrics
Davaj me mamo Zapro Zaprov (b. 1947)
Pre tine te lăudăm (We hail you Lord) Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903) Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903)
Concert nr. 1 Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903) Gavriil Musicescu (1847-1903)
Cantate Domino Vytautas Miskinis (b. 1954) Latin
Medley #3 – Elvis Presley, Christina Aguilera, Michale Jackson Arr. Vitalii Mosiiciuc (b. 1981)
Beyonce Tribute Arr. Vitalii Mosiiciuc (b. 1981)
And all that Jazz John Kander (b. 1927) / Arr. Vialie Mosiiciuc (b. 1981) Chicago musical
Ciorcîrlia (The lark) Popular song / Arr. Eugen Enachi Folk lyrics
Joacă, bădiță bine (Boy, dance well) Popular song / Arr. Serghei Ciurhii Folk lyrics
Plaiul meu (My land) Popular song / Arr. Victor Nevoie Folk lyrics


“Cantabile” Girls Choir was founded in 2009 by Elena Marian at the Academy of Economic Studies from Moldova – one of the leading universities in the country. In just seven years, "Cantabile” managed to establish itself as a brand of the choir movement in Moldova, participating and winning gold and silver medals at choir events in Romania, Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands. "Cantabile" has also been featured on numerous TV shows in the country and has performed at government level and high-profile events. Recently, “Cantabile” embraced pop songs adapted for choral singing by its concertmeister and one of the most talented young composers in Moldova – Vitalii Mosiiciuc.

Elena Marian is one of the most illustrious choir conductors from the Republic of Moldova, being known for her talent and vision to develop the country’s national choral movement. She graduated from the Arts and Music Academy in the city of Chişinău. In her career of over 30 years of choir conducting, she managed to found and lead more than 10 choirs - including “Capriccio” - participant and laureate at International Choir Competitions, “Buburuza”, Rezonans” and “Alegretto” choirs. In 2007, Elena Marian founded the Musical-Choral Association from Moldova, now a leading cultural organization from the country, which administrates major cultural projects at national scale, such as International Choir Festival from Chişinău, National Choir Contest „Hora Primăverii”, „Carols, Carols” Christmas Festival and the famous Moldovan National Youth Orchestra.