The Jāzepa Mediņa Mūzikas Skolas Zēnu Koris was founded in 1981. During the latest years it has become one of the leading choirs in the Baltic States. The choir is also one of the regular participants and organizers of the International Boys' Choir Festival "Riga Doms."
Jazeps Medina Music School Boys' Choir In the December 2004 before Christmas the choir releases CD titled "Klausies" ("Listen"). There are 16 songs about Christmas – authors are popular Latvian composers. There are also worldwide well known Christmas melodies ("Jingle bell rock", "White Christmas", "Jingle bells"). Soloists are well known adult singers in Latvia and also talanted boys from the choir. The bright voices of the boys will create a mood for beautiful Christmas time in your hearts.
Jazeps Medina Music School Boys' Choir Jāzeps Mediņš music school choir boys sing of everything in their world travel album, and all this diversity has a common denominator, the super-hit “What A Wonderful World” by George David Weiss. It is under this title that the world will get their Christmas songs, mummers’ songs, madrigals and gospels, this is how they fight for freedom and how they celebrate the last glowing log in a campfire at the edge of a wood. What a wonderful world: normal regular chaps do extraordinary work, and their teachers are very special and very special is the album itself.
Jazeps Medina Music School Boys' Choir In the late 1997 the boys' choir of J. Medins music school recorded CD named "Dextera Domini" in Saldus St.John's church. Saldus St.John's church is one of oldest churches of Kurzeme. First written evidence about Saldus parish can be found in 1461. Stone building of the church has finished in 1737. There is also a organ in the recording. The organ is more than 125 years old (now restored) and reveals the best features of German late romantic instruments in special Baltic way: intensively sounding stops of principal group, colorful and expressively tuned string stops, tender and bold sounding flute stops. Organist in the record is Daniels Pavļuts. This CD includes European componist music, Negro spirituals and also Latvian music.