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Concert in churches, Choir of the Camerata de Curitiba. Photo: Doreen Marques.

The Camerata concerts have free programming

Choir of the Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba has free presentations at hospitals and Church, This Thursday (26). The programming is part of social projects of the group you want to bring classical music to those who do not have access. The schedule starts at 10:30, in the Hospital Pequeno Príncipe, with a repertoire focused on children's works. At night, at 8:0 pm, the concert happens at our Lady help of Christians Parish, the Place Surrounded.

The Repertoire of these concerts also reflects the characteristic and the musical proposal of projects being a history of the great classical works of foreign and Brazilian composers, representative in his time, such as: Johann Sebastian Bach, George Friedrich Händel, Heitor Villa-lobos, Antônio Carlos Gomes, Mozart Camargo Guarnieri and Edmund Villani-Côrtes. The Regency is the conductor Mara Fields.

The projects ' Music for life ', held in hospitals and ' Concert in the churches ' have an annual programming, spreading classical music in the city. "When we were restricted to the concert hall we meet a significant portion of society", highlights Marino Galvão Jr, President of the Curitiba Institute for art and culture, body responsible for the administration of the Group.

On these occasions, the Camerata performs educational concerts to promote the physical well-being, mental and spiritual of the general public and patients, encouraging also the accompanying family and friends, In addition to the staff and clinical staff. "All this represents a significant step forward in the dialogue with society. The concerts are a way of the Camerata answer those needs, bringing culture to the churches, hospitals and peripheries ", concludes Galvão.

Música pela Vida, Hospital Pequeno Príncipe, Coro da Camerata de Curitiba. Foto: Cido Marques.

Music for life, Hospital Pequeno Príncipe, Choir of the Camerata de Curitiba. Photo: Doreen Marques.

Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba

Considered one of the city's musical symbols, the Camerata Antiqua of Curitiba was created in 1974, by maestro Roberto de Regina – today Emeritus – conductor and harpsichordist Ingrid Seraphim. The initial proposal of exclusive execution of Renaissance and Baroque music was enriched with the addition of a repertoire of contemporary domestic and foreign composers, opening up new musical aspects.

Maintained by the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba-FCC and administered by the Curitiba Institute for art and culture-ICAC, the Camerata Antiqua has a track record of achievements and successes that can be explained by the commitment of its members in the continuous improvement of knowledge and musical techniques, leading the group stand out nationally for the quality and excellence of your work. Besides the prestige won, the Camerata Antiqua is also a real school, because many of its instrumentalists and choristers perform individual careers, winning awards in competitions in Brazil and abroad.


Regency Mara Fields (SP)
Piano Tarke Ortigara (PR)
26 October

10H30-Hospital Pequeno Príncipe
(Street Desembargador Motta, 1070 – Green Water/ (41) 3310-1010)
20h-Paróquia Nossa Senhora Auxiliadora, Place Surrounded
(Arapongas Street, 1399/ (41) 3349-4925)

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