The Art'n'Voices Virtual Library
Art'n'Voices aims to make the world of choral music widely accessible and in tune with the spirit of the times. That's why we've created the Art'n'Voices Virtual Library, where we will share compositional works by both established creators, whose music we perform regularly, and young composers, especially the winners of the composition competition held during the ArteFonie Festival. We want valuable choral music to be as diverse, interesting, and, above all, accessible to all conductors, creators, composers, and performers.
The Art'n'Voices Virtual Library serves to promote the work of contemporary composers. We encourage you to download available compositions in PDF format. Thanks to the licenses obtained from the authors, the scores have been made available free of charge. We hope that the catalog of our library will gradually grow, revealing new facets of vocal polyphonic music.
The third edition of the Nationwide Composition Competition for a choral work for a female choir as part of the ArteFonie Festival 2023:
I prize: Anna Maria Huszcza – Niebo Kopernika
Distinction: Daniel Badecki – A cóż piękniejszego nad niebo?
I prize: Bartosz Kowalski-Banasewicz – Co mówi zegar?
Distinction: Katarzyna Danel – Rozbłysły oczy moje wśród zieleni
The inaugural edition of the Composition Competition for an a cappella piece for the Art’n’Voices Vocal Ensemble as part of the ArteFonie Festival 2021:
Distinction: Krzysztof Ratajski – Pieśń o żeglarzu
Distinction: Bartosz Pokorski – Przemiana
Free scores from the repertory of Art’n’Voices:
Anna Rocławska-Musiałczyk – Suita Kaszubska