28 February 2017
Pueri et Puellae Cantores Plocenses Choir Performs at Bethlehem University
On Monday, February 13, 2017, the Pueri et Puellae Cantores Plocenses (Latin for Boys and Girls Singing) Choir from Poland performed at the Chapel of the Divine Child at Bethlehem University. Students, faculty, staff, and guests gathered in the chapel to enjoy the singers’ harmonious voices. Dr. Michael Sansur, Executive Vice President, introduced the choir stating that Bethlehem University is honored to host a performance from a worldwide renowned choir.
The choir was founded as a boys-only choir in 1998, by Mr. Victor Bramski and his wife, Mrs. Anna Bramski, who is their conductor. In 2005, the choir was expanded to include girls as well. They have held several concerts, participated in festivals, and won competitions both in Poland and abroad.
Bethlehem University is proud to be able to emphasize its support for arts and music through organizing such activities.