The 15th National Polish Carol and Pastorals Competition, organized by the Choir Collegium Cantorum Friends' Association in Chełmno, took place on 18 January 2020. The Jury decided to award the following awards:
The Grand Prix award went to the Di Nuovo Female Chamber Choir from Poznań conducted by Dorota Wojnowska.
The "Mixed Choirs" category: the Strong in Faith Choir a cappella from Olsztyn, the KOE Chamber Choir from Sokołów Podlaski, the University of Łódź Academic Choir (Golden Bands); and the Powidoki Chamber Choir from Piastów (Silver Band).
The "Homogeneous Choirs" category: the Di Nuovo Female Chamber Choir from Poznań, the Vocal Ensemble of the FCUM Department of Church Music in Warsaw, and the Polirytmia Women's Choir from Zielona Góra (Golden Bands)..
The "Vocal Ensembles" category: the Lumen Vocale Solo Ensemble from Poznań and the Cantavi ad Homini Vocal Ensemble from Śrem (Golden Bands); the Contrapunkt Vocal Ensemble from Grudziądz (Silver Band).
The "Senior Choirs" category: the Parati Semper Choir from Świecie (Golden Band), the Cantilen Chamber Male Choir from Wrocław (Silver Band) and the Choir of the Third Age University of Helena Kretz from Łódź (Brown Band).
The "Parish Choirs" category: Schola Padre Pio from Gdańsk and Cantate Collective of the parish of St. James the Apostole in Piotrków Trybunalski (Golden Band), Corda Cordi Choir from Śrem, Iunctus Choir from Oleśnica and Choir of the parish of Blessed Virgin Mary, Help of Christians in Niemcz (Silver Band), Laudate Dominum Choir of the parish of St. Kazimierz in Łochów and the Choir of the parish of the Transfiguration in Morzewo (Brown Band).
The "Children's and Youth Choirs" category: Intention Children' Choir from Nakło nad Notecią, Inovroclaviensis Cantans Choir from Inowrocław (Golden Band); the Canzon Girls' Choir from Murowana Goślina (Silver Band).
A special award for the best conductor went to Aneta Mroczek – conductor of the KOE Chamber Choir from Sokołów Podlaski.
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