The choir is a regular participant of various significant music events such as conferences, festivals, workshops, masterclasses etc. The choir took part in “Cantemus 2007” (Hungary, 2007), “Virgo Lauretana” (Italy, 2002, 2014), “Alpe Adria Cantat” (Italy, 2000, 2009), Worcester International Festival for Young Singers (WIFYS) (United Kingdom, 2013), The 1st and 2nd International Choral Methodical Assembly ChoirExpo (Russia, 2016, 2017) and others. The choir is a participant of the official program of the 11th World Choral Symposium WCSM (Spain, 2017).
The choir "Ozarenie" has performed in more than 11 countries. It has won a number of prestigious awards both in national and international competitions. Among awards obtained there are:
●International Choral Festival«CantaRode»(Kerkrade, Netherlands, 2018)- the Laureate of the 3rd degree,
The 4th International Choir Festival “ InCanto Mediterraneo” – 2015” (Sicily, Italy) - the Grand Prix,
The 4th International Choir Festival “ InCanto Mediterraneo” – 2015” (Sicily, Italy) – the Laureate of the 1st degree,
The International Festival of Academic Choirs “IFAS” (Czech Republic, 2012) – the winner in the nomination “Female choir”,
The International Festival of Academic Choirs “IFAS” (Czech Republic, 2012) – the winner of the Special Prize for interpretation of compulsory composition,
The All-Russia award “Professionals are the pride of Russia” (Moscow, 2012) – the winner in the nomination “Great Professional Skills, Creative Achievements, and Significant Contribution to the Development of the Russian Culture”.
The international competition of choral music “Rimini International Choral Competition” (Italy, 2011) – the golden medal and a nomination winner,
The VII International Festival and Competition “Moscowis the City of the World” (Moscow, 2008) – the Laureate of the 2nd degree,
The International Competition of Choral Music “Florilege vocal de Tours” (France, 2006) – the 2d prize in the category “Choir of equal voices”,
The IV International Competitionof Choral Music (Moscow, 2004) – the Laureate of the 1st degree.