Antiphona

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Coral Antiphona
Antiphona - Debrecen.jpg
Coral Antiphona at Béla Bartók International Choir Competition (Hungary)
Background information
Origin Maracaibo, Venezuela
Genres Classical, Latin American
Years active 1995–present
Website http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Coral-Antiphona/46603881191
Members List of current members

Antiphona is a Venezuelan mixed choir, constituted by 24 singers. From the moment of its foundation, Antiphona has promoted in Latin American and European scenarios the choral repertoire of all times, particularly working on contemporary choral music.

Antiphona Titular Conductor is Mtro. César Alejandro Carrillo

Biography[edit]

Coral Antiphona was created in 1995 by Mtro. Juan Belmonte, former conductor of the Orquesta Sinfónica del Zulia, in Venezuela, with the purpose of having a stable group for the symphonic choral repertoire. In the present time, Antiphona acts as a nonprofit civil association of culture promotion. The choir has been conducted by Mtro. Juan Carlos Bersague from 1995 to 2008. From 2010, Antiphona Titular Conductor is Mtro. César Alejandro Carrillo.

In its curricular path, Antiphona has performed in several scenarios in Bulgaria, Colombia, Cuba, France, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Spain and Venezuela.

Festivals and competitions[edit]

From a curricular point of view, Antiphona has participated in the following choir festivals and competitions.

Festivals:

Competitions:

Current members[edit]

Soprani 1

  • Johanna Chacín
  • Valeria Pire
  • Florannedig Ortiz

Soprani 2

  • Zhara Flaviani
  • Daniela Gonzalez
  • Sara Gonzalez

Alti 1

  • Lourdes Franco
  • Maria Isabel Salas
  • Khiara Flaviani

Alti 2

  • Migdali Herrison
  • Danybel Villamizar
  • Estefania Lopez

Tenori 1

  • Alexis Garrido
  • Keinel Aparicio
  • Andrés Montilla

Tenori 2

  • Hender Paz
  • Deivis Herrera

Baritoni

  • Hender García
  • Daniel Villamizar
  • Juan Diego Pire

Bassi

  • Guillermo Nava
  • Neldenis Montiel
  • Javier Briceño

Instruments

  • Héctor Eduardo Silva (Cuatro)
  • Maestro César Alejandro Carrillo

External links[edit]