Our members:
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Boglárka Balla
Máté Balogh
Balázs Csernyik
Zoltán Csipes
Sándor Góbi
Ilona Karsa
László Középesy
Mátyás Mészáros
Melinda Nagy
Anita Stippinger
Karolin Szablics Boglárka Terray
Tamás Várkonyi

Capella Silentium came to existence in October 2009, with it’s members being (or having been) students of the Liszt Academy Budapest, the Conservatory, and the Faculty of Humanities. We present three programmes per season, each of them grouped around a central subject or phenomenon in music history. Success came quickly: as the youngest ensemble we won our category and a special prize for the best performance of the obligatory work at the Schubert International Choir Competition Vienna in November 2010, and we sang on its Grand Prix Competition, too. Capella Silentium's artistic director is Tamás Várkonyi choir conductor and musicologist. You can read more about our programmes on the concerts page.

Our artistic principles:

Exciting concert programmes
Works embedded into a musical historical context
Performance of unknown pieces
Symbiosis of theory and practice

Our ars poetica:
it is only by hearing the silence that we can grasp the real value of sound