Greek Kodály Conservatoire Mixed Choir

The Greek Kodály Conservatoire Mixed Choir was founded in 1989 by conductor Michalis Patseas. It has performed Kodály Psalmus Hungaricus, Papakostas The bridge of Arta oratorio, Tsalahouris The seven last words of Jesus oratorio, Vivaldi Gloria and Magnificat, Schubert 2nd Mass, Mozart three Masses, Buxtehude Das neugeborne Kindelein, Rutter Magnificat, Mozart Six Nocturnes, as well as A Capella music, at Ancient and Roman Agora of Athens, at Ancient Theatre of Messini, at Megaron, the Athens Concert Hall, at Greek Choral Festivals, and at the Choirs’ Night of Budapest. It has collaborated with foreign choirs and Greek orchestras.