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Candomino is founded by Tauno Satomaa.

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Candomino records its first album called Nuorisokuoro Candomino (EP), Fuga Oy.

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Candomino travels to Sweden (1974), Hungary (1977), Estonia (1977), Sweden, Norway and Denmark (1979) as well as to the US and Canada (1979).

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Candomino wins the main prize, The Silver Rose Bowl, in the choir competition called Let the Peoples Sing, organized by the BBC.

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Candomino’s female singers start to wear the black and white “Vuokko” dresses designed by the Finnish designer Vuokko Nurmesniemi.

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Candomino performs for Margrethe II, the Queen of Denmark, in Helsinki.

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Candomino travels to the Federal Republic of Germany (1981, 1982 and 1989), Belgium (1981), England (1981, 1986 and 1988), Estonia (1984), Austria (1984), and Hungary (1984 and 1985).

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Candomino travels to Germany (1990, 1993, 1995, 1997 and 1998), Spain (1992), Estonia (1996), and Singapore, Malaysia and Australia (1998–1999).

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Esko Kallio begins as the conductor of Candomino after the retirement of Tauno Satomaa.

 

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Candomino travels to Germany (2000, 2002 and 2006), Italy (2001) and Hungary (2003 ja 2008).

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The children’s choir CandoMini is founded by Viena Kangas and Emmi Saulamaa.

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Candomino is chosen as the youth choir of the year by YLE, the national broadcasting company of Finland.

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CandoMini records its first album called UNI (CD), Sympaali.

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The first Training Choir for CandoMini is founded by Tuovi Kangas, who also becomes the first conductor of the choir.

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Candomino celebrates its 50th anniversary. Juan Jurado and Alex Freeman compose pieces for Candomino. CandoMini is awarded with both the golden stamp and the special prize for children’s choirs at the Tampere Music festival.

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CandoMini wins The Claudio Monteverdi International Choral Competition’s Grand Prix prize and the first prize in VocalEspoo’s competition for children and youth’s choirs.

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Candomino travels to Switzerland (2010), Germany (2012, 2016 and 2018), France (2014), Sweden (2015), Italy (2016) and Estonia (2019). CandoMini travels to Spain (2016) and Italy (2018). 

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Candomino enters Tallinn’s 16th International Choir Festival in the category of chamber choirs and wins the second prize. At the Tampere Music festival, Candomino is awarded two golden stamps. CandoMini wins the Radio Classic’s Tempo Award.

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CandoMini is chosen as the youth choir of the year by YLE, the national broadcasting company of Finland.

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