|Now is the Month of Maying||Thomas Morley (1557-1602)|
|Hebe deine Augen auf (Lift Thine Eyes)||Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)||Psalm 121|
|Caramba||Otilio Galindez, arr. Alberto Grau (b. 1937)||Otilio Galindez (1935-2009)|
|There is No Rose||Joshua B. Himes (1987)||English carol, anonymous (XV century)|
|Lata d’agua (Bucket of Water)||Music: Luiz Antônio and Jota Júnior, arr. Marcos Leite|
|Rum dum dum||Dragan Shuplevski (1933-2001)||Macedonian folk song|
Female vocal ensemble Res miranda comes from the beautiful town of Novi Sad, the capital of the province of Vojvodina, which is also home to many cultural and musical events. Novi Sad, known for its Petrovaradin fortress and the marvelous Danube shore, is a place of merging cultures and traditions that make it a unique and authentic town.
The ensemble constitutes of eight highly educated members, both professional musicians and amateur singers with extensive choral experience. The binding factor that brought this ensemble to life is a shared love of the sophisticated choral sound and the wish to popularize the chamber choral sound and to freshen the cultural and artistic scenes in their region. The repertoire is diverse, featuring artistic compositions from different epochs and styles as well as pieces from contemporary and pop music.
Since their forming in 2014, Res miranda has had numerous performances in their hometown. The most prominent were those at the choral festival „Slobodan Bursać“ in Zrenjanin (Serbia) in 2015. and 2016, where members of the ensemble received positive reviews from the audience and from eminent musicians as well.
The ensemble works under conductorship of Vuk Milanović (1987), a young composer and conductor. He has studied Music Pedagogy at the Academy of Arts Novi Sad. Although young, he has worked with numerous vocal ensembles and his arrangements and original choral works have been performed and rewarded both in Serbia and abroad.