La Musica

Lublin, Poland

Zdzisław Ohar conductor

Karolina Filipczak second conductor


Title Composer Lyrics
Ta wodzicka czysta Irena Pfeiffer (1912-1996) Folk
De profundis clamavi Piotr Jańczak (b. 1972) Psalm 130
Noise Tomislav Zografski (1934-2000) Blazhe Koneski
De Bello Gallico Erica Budai (b. 1966) Gajus Julius Caesar
Tu Es Vytautas Miskinis (b. 1954) Antiphon of the Magnificat from Matthew 11
Pater Noster Piotr Jańczak (b. 1972)
Ave Maris Stella Piotr Jańczak (b. 1972) Latin Marian antiphon


The head conductor of La Music choir is Zdzisław Ohar, that has started the group in 1992 in Frideric Chopin’s Primary School number 16 in Lublin. The choir has been giving multiple concerts yearly since that time, including some international ones in Germany, Italy, France, Hungary, Ukraine, Slovakia, Lithuania, Greece and Bulgaria. The choir also participated in 4 international projects organized by a foundation "Happy Childhood". La Musica can vaunt about few renditions with the Lublin Philharmonic Orchestra. The choir took part in realization of soundtrack to a movie directed by Hanka Brulińska, by performing "Anthem to Love" composed by Rafał Rozmus (2012). In 2013, La Musica choir has been awarded with Lublin Presidential Medal and in 2017, Lublin’s 700th Anniversary Medal. During its 25 years activity, La Musica has taken part in festivals and competitions 102 times, claiming multiple awards. In the recent year, the most important awards for the choir have been: 1st prize on the 21st International Festival of Religious Cantos "Cantate Deo" in Rzeszow, Grand Prix on the 40th International "Music Impressions" in Bydgoszcz and 1st prize on the 2nd International Choir Competition "Cantu Gaudeamus" in Bialystok.

Karolina Filipczak, born in 1991 in Lublin, for nearly 20 years singing in the choir, since the 2012 is the second conductor of the group. She graduated from Music Education Department at the Faculty of Arts at Maria Curie Sklodowska Uneversity in Lublin.

Lublin is the ninth largest city in Poland and the second largest city of Lesser Poland. It is the capital and the center of Lublin Voivodeship (province) with a population of 349,103. Lublin is the largest Polish city east of the Vistula River and is approximately 170 kilometers to the southeast of Warsaw by road.