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‘Little Stars’ Give CRC Holiday Show

Girls choir sings at NIH.

The Zvjezdice Girls Choir, from Zagreb, Republic of Croatia, gave a holiday concert on Dec. 10 in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center.

The Zvjezdice Girls Choir, from Zagreb, Republic of Croatia, gave a holiday concert on Dec. 10 in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center. In town for a performance at the Kennedy Center, the choir performed works by Strauss, Britten, Offenbach and Gruber among others. Zvjezdice, or “Little Stars,” Girls Choir is one of the most representative music ensembles in Zagreb.

Founded in 1985, the choir consists of outstanding middle and high school students from across the nation’s capital. In three decades of its existence, the choir has worked closely with the most prominent Croatian ensembles and performers, as well as with many conductors from both Croatia and abroad.

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Dana Talesnik
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