Cappella Zinka

Zagreb, Croatia

Jasenka Ostojić - conductor

Competition Section

Title Composer
Pjesme dodolske Marko Tajčević
Ćaće moj Ivan Matetić Ronjgov
Salve Regina Miklós Kocsár
Poshla moma na voda Dragan Shuplevski
Kuss Maarten van Ingelgem

“Cappella Zinka”, named after the famous Croatian opera singer Zinka Kunc Milanov, recently celebrated its 5th anniversary. In this brief period of time, “Cappella Zinka” has had many noted performances: L. van Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in Ljubljana, Slovenia (IOSOT World Congress); participation at the Briljant Koncert at the Zagreb Choir Festivals in 2007 and 2009; the premiere of the cantata “Golgota” by Josip Magdić; and the premiere of “Priče s Drugog Svijeta” by Dalibor Bukvić in cooperation with the choir and orchestra of the Croatian national television. In 2009, Cappella Zinka performed at the Barbican Centre in London (UK) celebrating the 75th anniversary of The British Council. In 2010, Cappella Zinka was awarded “Abbess Čika’s Silver Cross” at the 7th International Choir Competition in Zadar, Croatia. All the girls from this choir are also members of Cappella Odak where they take part in numerous concerts. In July 2011, Cappella Odak participated in Gustav Mahler's Eighth Symphony together with over a thousand musicians from Slovenia and Croatia, performed under maestro Valery Gergiev in both Ljubljana and Zagreb, making this project the peak of the choir's activities.

Cappella Zinka and Cappella Odak perform within the Croatian artistic society Collegium Pro Arte which was founded by its leader and conductor maestra Jasenka Ostojić in 2006.

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