In the past two weekends, two premieres of Dr. Sándor Balatoni were performed, as anthems for two outstanding festivals. On September 23, at the Kodály Center, the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra and the Béla Bartók Men’s Choir presented the new anthem of the 30-year European Bordalfestival under the direction of Dr. Tibor Hoffner, which is entitled Signal, and on September 29, the 1st Prize winner composition In terra pax was premiered in Veszprém, which became the anthem of this year’s Pueri Cantores International Children’s Choir Festival. On Friday, the Mendelssohn Chamber Orchestra accompanied the choirs conducted by Péter Kováts, but the work was also performed several times with organ accompaniment, accompanied by Attila Dankos and Dr. Sándor Balatoni, conducted by Katica Zemlényi and Ágnes Erdélyi. At the performances, nearly 600 singers from seventeen choirs performed the composition of Sándor Balatoni from various towns and cities in Hungary, as well as the Polish Chór Szkól Sióstr Prezentek w Krakowie (Dir.: Wanda Putyra & Maciej Rutkowski) and the Austrian Jugendkantorei am Salzburger Dom (Dir.: Gerrit Stadlbauer).