Pro Musica Mundi Choir
The Pro Musica Mundi choir is a project choir, focused on preparing large choir ensembles for presentations of cantatas, oratorios and symphonies in the country as well as abroad.
Following the example of the European choral academies, Pro Musica Mundi creates an opportunity for co-operation between entire vocal ensembles – a union of selected singers and vocalists, professional and amateur choral ensembles from the Małopolska region. International projects, which bring together musicians from different countries who perform together and discover various musical works are at the core of the Pro Musica Mundi’s activities. Pro Musica Mundi cooperates with the European Choir Academy. The choir debuted in 2007 on the occasion of the celebration of the 750th Anniversary of the Granting of the City Rights to Kraków with the performance of the Zakochani w Krakowie cantata by Piotr Rubik and Planets by Gustav Holst (in co-operation with the Sinfonietta Cracovia Orchestra). The choir works together with the Film Music Festival on large simultaneous productions created during the subsequent editions of the Festival. The choir is led by Wiesław Delimat.