Filipino Choir Wins Gold Diplomas at the 8th Musica Eterna Roma
Philippine Ambassador to Italy Domingo P. Nolasco, competition jury member Nancy Roman of the Philippines, and members of the Kammerchor Manila at the 8th Musica Eterna Roma held from 05 to 09 July 2017 at the Church of the Twelve Apostles in Rome, Italy.
13 July 2017 – Kammerchor Manila, a church-based choir composed of thirty-five (35) young professionals from the Philippines received Gold Diplomas in the Mixed Choir, Musica Sacra-Mixed Choir and Gospel and Spiritual categories during the 8th edition of the Musica Eterna Roma International Choir and Festival Competition held from July 05 to 09 in the Church of the Twelve Apostles in Rome, Italy.
Aside from winning the Mixed Choir category, Kammerchor Manila qualified along with four other choirs for the grand prize competition.
The Philippine Embassy in Rome, Italy lead by Ambassador Domingo P. Nolasco showed its support and encouragement to the Filipino participants. During the awarding ceremony, Ambassador Nolasco presented the gold diplomas awarded to Kammerchor Manila.
Musica Eterna Roma is organized by the Meeting Music Organization and the International Choral Festival Network held annually in Rome. A total of 16 international choirs competed in different categories this year.
Kammerchor Manila led by its conductor Anthony Villanueva during the Grand Prize Competition at the 8th Musica Eterna Roma held from 05 to 09 July 2017 8th Musica Eterna Roma held from 05 to 09 July 2017 at the Church of the Twelve Apostles in Rome, Italy.