Carmina Vocum

Prague, Czech Republic

Dragana Novaković - Vitas - conductor

Folk Section

Title Composer Lyrics
Na horách / On the mountains Zdeněk Lukáš Czech folk song
II Rukovet / II Garland Stevan St. Mokranjac Serbian folk songs
Rum, dum, dum Dragan Šuplevski Macedonian folk song
Prší, prší / It is raining, raining Miroslav Hroněk Slovak folk song

Sacred Section

Title Composer
Alleluja Gordon Young
Tebe pojem Stevan St. Mokranjac
Sanctus (Missa Brevis) Zdeněk Lukáš
Locus Iste Anton Bruckner
Cantate Domino Vytautas Miškinis

Pop Section

Title Composer Lyrics
Let it be me Gilbert Bécaud Mann Curtis
David a Goliáš / David and Goliath Jaroslav Ježek Jiří Voskovec, Jan Werich
Feelings Morris Albert Morris Albert
Barbara Ann Fred Fassert Fred Fassert

The mixed choir Carmina Vocum was established in 1990. The choir is comprised of approximately 30 amateur singers who love good music and enjoy sharing it with audiences. The choir performs choral music in a wide variety of styles and genres, including sacred, secular, folk and popular songs, normally performed a capella. The choir participates regularly in domestic and international festivals and organizes foreign concert tours. The choir was awarded the Silver Belt in the international choir competition Praga Cantat in 2005 and the Bronze Belt in the choir competition IDOCO in Goslar, Germany in 2010.

Dragana Novaković – Vitas, MA was born in Serbia. She graduated from the University of Arts Belgrade. She sang in the female choir Collegium Musicum during her studies and also started working with school choirs. She has been living in Prague since 1993. She founded the children choir Stodulky in 1994 and in the same year began her successful collaboration with the mixed choir Carmina Vocum.

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