CANTOR REGIS HUNGARIAE 2012 - we wait again the participants!

international course in church music and early music
Hungarian Choral Castle – Pomáz, 30 June – 6 July 2012

During the five-day programme the participants will become acquainted with the chants of the mediaeval Esztergom Rite, as well as the repertoire and performance practices of 15th–16th century Renaissance polyphonic music.

Participants will receive tuition individually or in small groups, attend lectures, join in choral singing and take part in actual liturgical events and concerts held during the course.

The course is open to early music fans and persons wishing to join in liturgical practices, and offers the opportunity to practising musicians, church musicians and teachers to acquire new knowledge and experience; indeed, we believe it to be particularly useful for anyone seeking to develop their knowledge or to test and deepen their knowledge.

Vocal training, the Gregorian repertoire liturgical practice, Renaissance polyphony, performance practice and liturgical organ playing are brought together in four modules during the course.

The course material and the music will be provided by the organisers.

Concessions and performance opportunities are available for groups of four or more.

See you in the first week of July in the picturesque setting of the Hungarian Choral Castle at Pomáz.

WORKSHOPS (according the weekly schedule):
Solo singing, vocal training – Judit Andrejszki
Gregorian chant, liturgical practice – Zoltán Mizsei
Renaissance polyphonic music, performance practices – Zoltán Kalmanovits
Organ & continuo – Mónika Kecskés
Chanted prayers

The participation fee includes:
- the fee of the course
- full board accommodation in double bedrooms (from dinner on June 30th till breakfast on July 6th, single rooms are available for extra price)


The advance payment of 100€ has to be transferred in such a way that the sum arrives to our account within May 15th, 2012.
Lower age limit: 18 years
NO upper age limit.

Detailed information will be sent to you as soon as we have received your completed registration form.

Hungarian Choral Castle (Pomázi Zenekastély Nonprofit Ltd.)
Templom tér 3., H-2013 Pomáz, Hungary
Phone: +36-26/525-610
Fax: +36-26/525-611

Video files about the series "Choralis Constantinus 500" (1)

Johannes Ockeghem: Salve regína (II)

Our next concert

Entry free!

Autumn concerts in Kraków


Heinrich Finck – Thomas Stoltzer: Gaude mater Polonia
Loyset Compère (c. 1445-1518): Asperges me
Introitus – Heinrich Isaac (c. 1450-1517): Gaudeamus omnes (Choralis Constantinus III.)
Heinrich Isaac: Kyrie – Missa Paschale (a6)
Heinrich Isaac: Gloria – Missa Paschale (a6)
Alleluia – Heinrich Isaac: Omnis gloria eius (Choralis Constantinus III.)
Orlandus Lassus (c. 1532-1594): Fremuit spiritu Jesus – Videns Dominus
Pierre de la Rue (c. 1450-1518): Delicta iuventutis
Heinrich Isaac: Sanctus – Missa Paschale (a6)
Heinrich Isaac: Agnus Dei – Missa Paschale (a6)
Communio – Heinrich Isaac: Diffusa est gratia (Choralis Constantinus III.)
Orlandus Lassus: Ad Dominum – Heu mihi
Orlandus Lassus: Salve regina

Corvina Consort
artistic director: Zoltán Kalmanovits

Judit Andrejszki, Ágnes Pintér – soprano
Balázs Draskóczy, Károly Pászti – tenor
Zoltán Kalmanovits – baritone
András Demjén – bass