Cristallo choir in concert
Concert by the Cristallo choir, choir of the Basilica of St. Paul in Rome
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The choir Cristallo performs by the main hall of the schools. The choir Cristallo started its operation in 1990 at the Basilica of St. Paul in Rome and since 2003 is located bt the Pontificio Oratorio St. Paul. The choir, a cappella with mixed voices, is made of 22 singers and directed by M. Ida Piccolantonio. Beyond a huge number of concerts, the choir organizes festivals and an annual tournée in the Dolomites. They have a wide repertoire that goes from the sacred music to the folk tradition, through pop, rock pieces, both italian and from abroad. Free entry.
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