The extraordinary homogeneity of the three groups characterized by the common teaching method places this choral reality in an absolutely unique context on the national scene. The artistic production, supported by a solid capacity for musical reading, can range in every age: from the Gregorian to the early Renaissance, from the Baroque to the classical period, from the romantic to the contemporary. In fact, the repertoire choices tend to produce concerts that have a very specific historical appearance and can contribute to a wide cultural formation. The historical research of both authors and performance practice is one of the fundamental objectives of the Choir in all its formations: White Voices, Youth Voices and Mixed Voices.

The three formations have received national and international awards:

  • “White Voices”: 3rd Prize at the International Competition of Arezzo
  • “Youth Choir”: 1st Summa cum Laude Prize at the Neerpelt International Competition in Belgium
  • “Mixed Choir”: 1st Prize at the Romantic Music Competition in Veszprem in Hungary