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Vocal 5 Marjan Kozina Hall Slovenian Philharmonic 21th january 2018 at 7.30 PM . Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir Grete Pedersen, conductor Berit Solset, soprano Astrid Sandvand Dahlen, altoMagnus Staveland, tenor Halvor F. Melien, bass . Joseph Haydn: Mass in D minor, Hob XXII/11 Gustav Mahler, arr. Gottwald in Pedersen: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen / Poslovil sem se od sveta Ørjan Matre: Eit barn er født i Betlehem / A child is born in Bethlehem Helleluja, vor strid er endt / Halleluja, our battle ends . . Norwegian conductor Grete Pedersen is regarded as a pioneer in the revival of Norwegian folk music in choral arrangements, which he regularly performs alongside selected world music repertoire. For twenty years, he led the Oslo Chamber Choir, and in 1990 he succeeded the celebrated Knut Nystedt as the conductor of the Norwegian Soloists Choir, with whom he continues to achieve notable success today. Grete Pedersen graduated from the class of Kenneth Kiesler at the Norwegian Academy of Music, where he himself currently teaches, as well as pursuing additional studies with Eric Ericson and Terje Kvam. He performs with ensembles such as the Berlin Radio Choir, the Netherlands Chamber Choir, the Swedish Radio Choir, the Eric Ericson Chamber Choir, the Danish Vocal Ensemble, the World Youth Choir, etc., and he debuted with the Slovenian Philharmonic Choir in March 2016. ticket sale
Blue 5 1st & 2nd february 2018 at 7.30 PM Gallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom . . Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Nil Venditti, conductor Fazil Say, piano . . Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, KV 467 Fazil Say: Piano Concerto No. 3, Silence of Anatolia, Op. 11 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C major, Jupiter, KV 551 . . Links between Austria, Slovenia and Turkey are nothing new – the Slovenian lands were once part of the Austrian Empire, which through the centuries endured bloody battles over its shifting border with the Turkish Empire. Not least, the most celebrated Austrian composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, wrote the Turkish March (the last movement of his Piano Sonata No. 11). The present concert revives all of these links, and presents them in the light of today. It highlights two Turkish musicians: conductor and pianist Ibrahim Yazici, and pianist and composer Fazil Say. A feature of the concert is the inclusion two piano concertos on the programme – one by Mozart and one by Say himself – thus allowing the Turkish virtuoso to demonstrate both his piano skills and his creative inspiration. The selected repertoire also provides an opportunity for Ibrahim Yazici to display his own musicality and mastery of the orchestra, as the two piano concertos as well as Mozart’s magnificent last symphony all represent a special challenge. ticket sale
TASF Cycle 2017/2018 - 2nd concert
TASF Cycle 2017/2018 - 2nd concert 4 February 2018, at 11.00 am FAMILY CONCERT – The path into the unknown TASF and Lucija Ćirović On the Sunday before Slovenia’s cultural holiday, the Slovenian Philharmonic Brass Ensemble invites listeners to its traditional family concert, a cultural celebration for the whole family. We will set out on a journey through distant worlds and discover the multiple dimensions of time. ticket sale
Orange 5 15th february 2018, at 7.30 PM Gallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra György Győriványi Ráth, conductor Itamar Golan, piano Danijel Detoni, piano Andrea Meláth, mezzo-soprano Ádám Horváth, baritone Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Ouverture from the opera The Magic Flute, KV 620 Concerto for two pianos no. 10 in E flat major, KV 365 * Béla Bartók: Bluebeard's Castle, one act opera Mozart's Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra is an ideal vehicle for a display of the virtuosity of the two piano soloists and their interplay with the sumptuous orchestral ensemble. On this occasion, we will hear two excellent pianists: Ithamar Golan, a lecturer of chamber music at the Paris Conservatory, and his former student Danijel Detoni, who is currently a teacher at the Zagreb Academy. The two pianists will perform under the baton of Hungarian conductor György Győriványi Ráth, who is well known to our audience – in the previous season, he garnered success with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak in the Gallus Hall. Bartók’s opus is vast and diverse, but his works share (among other things) an exceptional level of complexity, which demand of the performer not only technical excellence, but also a high degree of inventiveness and a sense of the exotic, the popular, the humorous. Bartók’s one-act opera Bluebeard’s Castle provides an opportunity for two more Hungarian musicians – mezzo-soprano Andrea Meláth and baritone Ádám Horváth have both responded positively to the conductor’s invitation. ticket sale
The Slovene Philharmonic in China
The Slovene Philharmonic goes to China again The Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra's quality exceeds the national, cultural and political borders of Slovenia. We can conclude that from many international projects – visits by foreign soloists and conductors, and the Orchestra's tours abroad. One of the tours we are most proud of was the one with the soprano Anna Netrebko and the conductor Emmanuel Villaume in 2012, when we performed Tchaikovsky's opera Iolanta all over Europe. We are also proud of our cooperation with the famouc Chinese conductor and composer Tan Dun, whith whom we performed two of our our regular concerts and a concert at the Ljubljana Festival 2015. Thanks to that cooperatio we were invited to the Chinese city of Nanjing, where we performed under the British conductor James Judd. We played the works of the honorary members of our society – Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms. This year's invitation followed last year's success. The Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra performed with James Judd at the National Center of Performing Arts in Beijing. They had two very successful concerts (on the 16th and 17th of december 2017) - a great success for the Slovene Philharmonic and an exquisite experience for all our musicians. The program in schedule was as follows: http://en.chncpa.org/whatson/zdyc/201709/t20170926_177384.shtml You can see some media response and some photos here: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=zh-CN&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=sl&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftravel.cctv.com%2F2017%2F12%2F18%2FARTIF2ADYmbnI8sefPAOedio171218.shtml%3Ffrom%3Dtimeline%26isappinstalled%3D0&edit-text=&act=url http://ent.chinadaily.com.cn/2017-12/18/content_35328002.htm?from=timeline&isappinstalled=0preberi več
3rd Philharmonic Festival of Baroque Music
3rd Philharmonic Festival of Baroque Music 2018 Slovenian Philharmonic, Marjan Kozina Hall Oratorio a sacred military oratorio 11th january 2018 at 7.30 PM Vivaldi: Judita triumphans Concerto da camera church and chamber sonatas 18th january 2018 at 7.30 PM Bertali, Corelli, Vivaldi, Sammartini, Tartini, Brescianello Concerto con molti strumenti concerts with a group of soloists 26th january 2018 at 7.30 PM Vivaldi, Bach At the 3rd Philharmonic Festival of Baroque Music, we will lead the audience to the world of the Italian Baroque, which in its own time represented the ideal of beauty all over Europe and was therefore extremely popular and highly prized throughout the continent. At three concerts, we will present music from Venice and Naples, as well as music written by Italian composers for foreign courts in Dresden, Lund, Vienna and elsewhere. Since the music of Italian masters such as Albinoni, Vivaldi and Alessandro Marcello had an important influence on Johann Sebastian Bach, the festival will also be imbued with the music of the great master. Matej Šarc, artistic director ticket sale . .
19th Slowind Festival 2017 - Encyclopaedia of Music
Slovenian Philharmonic Marjan Kozina Hall . . Artistic Director: Brice Pauset . . In the past, the Slowind Festival has drawn some excellent and innovative composers and ensembles to Ljubljana, among whom a particularly strong impression was created by French composer Brice Pauset, who came to our festival with the Geneva ensemble Contrechamps. After even a brief conversation with him it was clear that together we could put together a very special festival programme, so we quickly decided to collaborate. . Brice Pauset is not only a well-established contemporary composer, but also an outstanding connoisseur and interpreter of early music for the harpsichord. For our festival, he has therefore assembled a rich programme in which contemporary music is intertwined with early music, in some cases very early music. Perotin and Stockhausen, Muffat and Lachenmann, Gallus and Urška Pompe, Froberger and Elliott Carter, Schumann and Georg Friedrich Haas, to mention just a few of the unusual historical juxtapositions that will come to light at the 19th Slowind Festival 2017. . Our guests this time include: the early music ensemble Académie des Secrets, Ensemble Contrechamps with conductor Michael Wendeberg, the APZ Tone Tomšič Choir with conductor Jerica Gregorc Bukovec, the Dissonance String Quartet, the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Michael Wendeberg, as well as numerous soloists. . . We will have an opportunity hear three new works that will be contributed to the festival by Larisa Vrhunc, Uroš Rojko and Brice Pauset. . . .
3D house tour of Slovenian Philharmonic
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