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High Note for Children's Ensemble
September 17, 2008 By Ewa Hancock   
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Scholares Minores pro Musica Antiqua, a Polish children's vocal and instrumental early music ensemble, won first prize among 60 choirs at the Ohrid Choir Festival in Macedonia Aug. 19-29 after being awarded the top score by the jury.

Scholares Minores pro musica Antiqua, which is based in the town of Poniatowa near Lublin in the southeast of the country, was also given a medal by the bishop of Novosibirsk for its exceptional performance and the Polish embassy in macedonia thanked them for promoting Poland.

Scholares Minores pro Musica Antiqua performs a wide repertoire of vocal and instrumental European court music spanning the 13th to the 18th centuries.

The ensemble, directed by musicologists Danuta and husband Witold Danielewicz for over 30 years, has so far toured 99 times to take in most of Europe, Canada, the United States and Mexico. The young Poniatowa musicians have garnered a lot of international awards to make their home town famous.
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