Greek choir won gold metal in World Choir Games
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Greek choir won gold metal in World Choir Games

The Greek Rosarte Children’s Choir won the gold metal  in the category for 10-16 years old at the 2014 World Choir Games in Riga, Latvia.

The Greek Choir managed to excel in a competition that involves 500 choirs from at least 100 countries and in the process, contribute in the promotion of the culture of our country.

Rosarte was founded in 2008 by its conductor, Rosie Mastrosavva and consists of 250 children and youths, aged 5-20. The choir has three sections: voice preparation section, children’s section and children-youth section. Among its many accomplishment the choir has participated in choir festivals, in concerts at the Herodeion, the Athens Megaron Concert Hall, the Onassis Cultural Centre, the “Demetria” festival in Thessaloniki and the National Opera of Greece.

Rosie Mastrosavva,with ROSARTE’S members,unter the name of “Children’s Choir of Municipality of Athens”, has gained, the first in Greece’s history ,golden medal at the 5th Choir Olympics (1st Category-Children’s Choirs), which took place in Graz during the summer of 2008.


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  1. Ralph Solomon

    As a South African teacher who recently established a school choir in Cape Town I find the choral singing of the choir most inspiring and moving. I hope to get my choir to sing like the Rosarte Children’s Choir one day. Beautiful and mesmerising…