The excellent conductor Stane Jurgec accepted the new challenge at the Slovene National Theatre in Maribor.
The new commitment engaged him too much to dedicate himself to the choir as much as in the past. Many members left and new, younger joined, so the choir hat to start almost anew.
Its performance made a great impression on the audience in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria and other countries.
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It is the home competitions, which still open doors for our choir to take part at competitions abroad.
In 1995, the Englishman Simon ROBINSON took over the direction of the choir.
At the international competition in Cork (Ireland) in 1986, the choir reached the top of its success by wining the golden medal and the flattering title “best choir”.
After this famous achievement and long years of hard work and success, Stane Jurgec started thinking about leaving the choir.
In 1964, a handful of cultural enthusiasts gathered and established The student cultural and arts association Študent (KUD Študent) with the support of college directors in Maribor.
This was the first step towards the union of all college students with the great aim of preserving and developing the Slovene dance and choral heritage. The male choir KUD Študent was run under direction the talented only seventeen-year-old music student Stane JURGEC, who was invited to become the new conductor.
The number of students at faculties and colleges grew with every year, which was a good basis for a mixed choir.
The idea, given by the male choir and the University of Maribor was finally excepted.
In this time, the choir performed at various competitions and guest appearances, and won some prizes.
In 2001, it won the silver medal at the Naša pesem competition.
It took second place and won the title “choir with best programme” at the international competition in Lithuania.