St. Stanislav's Girls' Choir from Slovenia

sings Thomas Jennefelt: Noviori ani

This song is about being one as a choir”, says Tina Jeglič, a soprano in the St. Stanislav’s Girls’ Choir. “Being exact, confident, and trust in yourself that you will sing the right note. During the learning process, we had so much fun! Especially when we added the choreography, which emphasized the story we wanted to convey. 

St. Stanislav’s Girls' Choir perform Noviori ani by Thomas Jennefelt at the 2019 American Choral Directors Association conference.
Artistic director: Helena Fojkar Zupančič.

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Noviori ani
Thomas Jennefelt (1954-)
Text: nonsense, invented by composer
SSAA a cappella
Advanced level
Durata appr. 5 minutes

St. Stanislav’s Girls’ Choir is a student choir with forty to fortyfive singers between the ages of 16 and 19 who attend the second- to fourth- years of The Diocesan Classical Gymnasium in St. Stanislav’s Institution, Ljubljana, Slovenia. The choir fosters a very versatile repertoire – from classical choral music of various periods to vocal pop, Slovene folk songs and dances. They have been awarded a number of gold plaques, first place awards and special honors in national and international competitions.

Helena Fojkar Zupančič is a solo singer, music teacher and choral conductor. Apart from her teaching at the St. Stanislav's Institution, she collaborates and records with the Slovenian Radio Chamber Choir, among others, and is a very sought-after jury member of international choral competitions.