Bend Treći Kat
Director – Iva Mustać Klarić
Our school bend “Treći kat” consists of 2 vocals, 2 electric guitars, 1 bass guitar and 1 set of drums. Its mentor is Iva Mustać Klarić. They mostly play pop and rock music; mainly foreign music. Roko Kaštela and Karlo Klarić are our vocalists, one electric guitar is a solo guitar, played by Andrija Vulić and the other guitar is rhythm guitar that is played by Bartol Vukušić Bokan. The bass guitar is played by Damjan Vukoje and Ena Vrkić is our drummer.
Na’ara Vocal Ensemble
Conductor – Edoardo Materassi
Born from the collaboration between the “Dario Vettori Liutaio” Music School and the Comprehensive Institute “Don Lorenzo Milani”, was formed in November 2015 and made his debut in December 2015, in Firenzuola. After some performances in concerts and local events, in the month of May 2016 they participated in the “Forever Young” competition, at the Politeama Theater in Prato, winning the first prize in the category “Lower secondary school” and the special prize for the best performance of the compulsory piece, foreseen in the program for all participants in the competition. In May 2017 she won the first prize ex-aequo and the “Jenny Berardi” prize for the best stage presence at the “Città di Riccione” National Choral Competition. In May 2019 he won the First Prize, with a score of 100/100 at the 4th LUCREZIA BALATRI VOICE COMPETITION of Florence. He has participated in vocal seminars with the masters C. Pavese, D. Tille and L. Leo
Klapa Feral Gimnazija Vladimira Nazora
Director – Iva Mustać Klarić
Klapa Feral Gimnazija Vladimira Nazora – Zadar, Croatia – Conductor Iva Mustać Klarić. Since it’s foundation Klapa has been participating in a lot of events and festivals. Vocal ensemble Gimnazije Vladimira Nazora usually performs traditional croatian music with some songs being covers of famous pop and rock singles. They won gold plaque on festival in Zadar and came first place on competition in Omiš where they won “Srebrni grdelin” prize. They had a great performance on County Days in front of the president of The Republic of Croatia, Zoran Milanović.The mentor of the vocal ensemble is Iva Mustać Klarić.
Valmiera Music School Choir SolLaRe
(Valmiera – Latvia)
Conductor – Irena Zelca
The Valmiera music school choir SolLaRe was founded in 1988. Irena Zelca
(Irēna Zelča) was the founder and continues to be the conductor and driving force behind the choir. In addition to her role of running the Valmiera Music School choir classes, she is also the leader of several different choirs in Valmiera. SolLaRe actively performs in their hometown Valmiera, Latvia. The choir iscomposed of dedicated youth between the ages of 10 and 17. SolLaRe has a well-built repertoire that focuses on acapella folk songs, contemporary composer works, and sacred music. The choir has delighted their audiences in many countries, including Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Spain, Hungary, Lithuania, Estonia, and Macedonia. Over the years, the choir has recorded several albums that contain versatile a cappella program. In 2014, the choir won Golden Diploma in the World Choir Games. In 2015, choir participated in XI Latvian School Youth Song and Dance Festival and got the second best evaluation. In 2017, the choir won 2nd degree diploma in XII International Sacred Music Festival Silver Bells that took place in the second biggest city of Latvia, Daugavpils. In 2016 and 2018, SolLaRe won Golden Diploma in the Children and Youth Choir and Vocal Ensemble Competition Lai skan! organized by Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music. In 2019, the choir won The Champions Competition and was awarded 3 Golden medals in the 4th European Choir Games in Gothenburg, Sweden.