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Icelandic Women’s Choir Wins an International Prize

The choir won the silver prize in the category of chamber choirs and the bronze prize in the category of women’s choirs, ruv.is reports. It was a close call in the latter category, with only 1.3 points separating the first and the third place.

Graduale Nobili.

The choir consists of 24 girls aged 17-26. It has already won many international prizes, for example two gold medals in an international meet in Finland.

The choir’s conductor is Jón Stefánsson.

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