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Vocal 8, May 13, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.

This season’s Vocal Series will conclude with a concert of sacred music, mainly comprising musical settings of Latin liturgical texts from the Renaissance to the present day. Between the individual movements of Missa Rigensis by Latvian composer Uģis Prauliņš are interwoven compositions by two English masters of Renaissance polyphony, Thomas Tallis and William Byrd, as well as works by two contemporary composers, Vytautas Miškinis from Lithuania and Paweł Łukaszewski from Poland. Prauliņš, who studied conducting, piano and music education, also worked as a keyboard player in the rock groups Salve and Vecās mājas. Missa Rigensis was written in 2002, and in 2008 was recorded by the Choir of Trinity College Cambridge led by the conductor of the present concert, Stephen Layton. We are familiar with English conductor Stephen Layton primarily as an artist who performs contemporary repertoire. He has premiered and recorded many works by Arvo Pärt, Thomas Adès, John Taverner and Morten Lauridsen, as well as by Vytautas Miškinis and Paweł Łukaszewski.  May 13, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.Marjan Kozina Hall, Slovenian Philharmonic Slovenian Philharmonic ChoirStephen Layton, conductor Uģis Prauliņš: Missa Rigensis – Kyrie eleisonWilliam Byrd: Ave verum corpusUģis Prauliņš: Missa Rigensis – GloriaThomas Tallis: Salvator mundiVytautas Miškinis: Angelus suis DeusUģis Prauliņš: Missa Rigensis – CredoĒriks Ešenvalds: MagnificatUģis Prauliņš: Missa Rigensis – SanctusWilliam Byrd: O Lord, make thy servant ElizabethUģis Prauliņš: Missa Rigensis – Agnus DeiThomas Tallis: If ye love mePaweł Łukaszewski: Nunc dimittisticket sale

5th Slowind Spring 2018, April 25 - May 29

5TH SLOWIND SPRING 2018: KAIROS – NEW OPPORTUNITY in the Slovenska filharmonija, from April 25 till May 29, 2018. Performers: Kairos Quartett (Berlin), Divertimento Ensemble (Milano), Slowind Wind Quintet with guests. 1st concertWednesday, April 25, 2018 at 8 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija, Marjan Kozina Hall Divertimento EnsembleProgramme:ariettes oubliéesGyörgy Kurtág: From Cycle Játékok for pianoGyörgy Kurtág (b. 1926): Three pieces, Op. 14e for violin and pianoGyörgy Kurtág: Az Hit… (from Bormenitz) for violoncelloGyörgy Kurtág: Schatten for violoncello and pianoGyörgy Kurtág: Varga Balint ligaturaja for violin, violoncello and piano* * * *Claude Debussy (1862–1918): Ariettes oubliées for vioce and pianoZeno Baldi (b. 1988): In punta (2018) for flute, clarinet, violin, violoncello, and pianoSir Peter Maxwell Davies (1934–2016): Eight Songs for a Mad King for baritone and ensemble Divertimento EnsembleSandro Gorli – conductorBarbara Massaro – soprano (Debussy)Maurizio Leoni – baritone (Maxwell-Davies)  2nd concertMonday, May 28, 2018 at 8 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija, Marjan Kozina Hall Kairos QuartettSlowindProgramme:IntérieurHarrison Birtwistle (b. 1934): Five Distances (1992) for wind quintetXiaoyong Chen (b. 1955): String Quartet No. 3 (2011)* * * *Georg Friedrich Haas (b. 1953): String Quartet No. 5 (2007)Sebastian Stier (b. 1970): Intérieur (1993) for flute, oboe, clarinet, violins, viola, violoncello and double bass   3th concertTuesday May 29, 2018 at 8 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija, Marjan Kozina Hall at 7 p.m. pre-concert talk with the Kairos Quartett members Kairos QuartettSlowindProgramme:…da un DivertimentoWieland Hoban (b. 1978): Rules of Engagement II: Al-Shifa (2014) for string quartet and fixed mediaSimon Steen-Andersen (b. 1976): Study for string instruments #2 (2009) for string trio and whammy pedalConrado del Rosario (b. 1958): Rondeaux: On Floating Bridges (1992) for clarinet, bassoon, horn, violins, viola, violoncello and double bassLorenzo Troiani (b. 1989): Sanguinante. In nomine (2017) for string quartetSalvatore Sciarrino (b. 1947): …da un Divertimento (1968–1970) for wind quintet, string quartet and double bass   Divertimento EnsembleLorenzo Missaglia – fluteMaurizio Longoni – clarinetMaria Grazia Bellocchio – pianoElio Marchesini – percussionLorenzo Gorli – violinMartina Rudić – violoncello Kairos QuartettStefan Häussler – violinWolfgang Bender – violinSimone Heilgendorff – violaClaudius von Wrochem – violoncello SlowindAleš Kacjan – fluteMatej Šarc – oboeJurij Jenko – clarinetMetod Tomac – hornPaolo Calligaris – bassoon GuestMiha Firšt – double bass

Blue 8, May 17 & 18, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.

Young Uzbek conductor Aziz Shokhakimov (1988) won second prize in the Gustav Mahler International Conducting Competition in Bamberg, where his performance with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra opened the door to many European and American orchestras, and the long list is now joined by the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra. He also won first prize in a competition for young conductors within the framework of the Salzburg Festival in 2016. May 17 & 18, 2018 at 7.30 p.mGallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom Slovenian Philharmonic OrchestraAziz Shokhakimov, conductorJanez Podlesek, violin Programme:Rodion Shchedrin: Concerto for Orchestra No. 1, Naughty LimericksNina Šenk: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1Sergei Prokofiev: Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Op. 44 ticket sale

Orange 8, Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.

Russia is certainly among the European countries with the most distinctive traditions in classical music. The originality and picturesqueness of the music of Russian composers ensures them a place on world stages, while their reputation is enhanced by excellent Russian performers. On the present programme, works by three Russian composers will be performed by two outstanding soloists: Russian conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev, who is the former leader of the Vienna Symphony and the artistic director of the Moscow Radio Orchestra, and Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko, whose repertoire includes works of Viennese Classicism, Romantic and Classical repertoire, as well as compositions by contemporary Russian composers. In addition to Mussorgsky’s popular Night on Bald Mountain and Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, we will hear a composition by Nikolai  Medtner, a piano virtuoso and contemporary of Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. In his rich opus, there are no works whose ensembles fail to include the piano. Medtner’s Second Piano Concerto was created in the 1920s and is dedicated to the composer’s colleague Rachmaninoff. Slovenian Philharmonic OrchestraVladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev, conductorNikolai Demidenko, pianoProgramme:Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky: Night on Bald MountainNikolai Karlovich Medtner: Piano Concerto No. 2Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, arr. V. I. Fedoseyev: Swan Lake, suite, Op. 20a

Orange 8, Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.

Russia is certainly among the European countries with the most distinctive traditions in classical music. The originality and picturesqueness of the music of Russian composers ensures them a place on world stages, while their reputation is enhanced by excellent Russian performers. On the present programme, works by three Russian composers will be performed by two outstanding soloists: Russian conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev, who is the former leader of the Vienna Symphony and the artistic director of the Moscow Radio Orchestra, and Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko, whose repertoire includes works of Viennese Classicism, Romantic and Classical repertoire, as well as compositions by contemporary Russian composers. In addition to Mussorgsky’s popular Night on Bald Mountain and Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, we will hear a composition by Nikolai  Medtner, a piano virtuoso and contemporary of Rachmaninoff and Scriabin. In his rich opus, there are no works whose ensembles fail to include the piano. Medtner’s Second Piano Concerto was created in the 1920s and is dedicated to the composer’s colleague Rachmaninoff. Slovenian Philharmonic OrchestraVladimir Ivanovich Fedoseyev, conductorNikolai Demidenko, pianoProgramme:Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky: Night on Bald MountainNikolai Karlovich Medtner: Piano Concerto No. 2Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, arr. V. I. Fedoseyev: Swan Lake, suite, Op. 20a

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Blue 7

29th and 30th march 2018 at 7,30PM Gallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom . . Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir Mixed Choir of the Vinko Vodopivec Music School, Ajdovščina Borut Smrekar, conductor Kristina Kolar, soprano Jadranka Juras, mezzo-soprano Kirlianit Cortés Gálvez, tenor Dario Bercich, baritone − . . Gioachino Rossini: Stabat mater . . Rossini, the 150th anniversary of whose death we mark in 2018, was a true musical superstar of his time. He took the brilliant, sonically effortless but technically extremely demanding musical language of his opera music and tempered it slightly to adapt it to this large work with a sacred character for four vocal soloists, mixed choir and orchestra. At the time of its creation, the Stabat Mater (The Sorrowful Mother Was Standing) met with a wave of enthusiasm. In this work, Rossini enthusiasts saw the composer’s triumph, while many composers and critics, among them the young Richard Wagner, viewed it as reflecting the decadence of the high artistic traditions of European sacred music. Nevertheless, the Stabat Mater represents a masterpiece and is a serious test for all of the performers, especially the vocal soloists.  ticket sale

Vocal 7

Vocal 7 18. march 2018 at 19,30 PM Marjan Kozina Hall  Slovenian Philharmonic Slovenian Philharmonic Choir Instrumentalists from the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Holger Speck, conductor Tatjana Kavčič, piano Joseph Haydn:  from Four-Part Songs with Piano, Hob XXV/c: Der Augenblick Die Harmonie in der Ehe Die Beredsamkeit Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy:  Entflieh' mit mir, Op. 41, No. 2 Es fiel ein Reif, Op. 41, No. 3 Auf ihrem Grab, Op. 41, No. 4 Ruhetal, Op. 59, No. 5 Jagdlied, Op. 59, No. 6 Robert Schumann:  from Romances and Ballads, Op. 145 and Op. 146: John Anderson Der Traum Romanze vom Gänsebuben Johannes Brahms: Hanslick's Waltz , Op. 39 Love Song Waltzes, Op. 52 (arr. Heribert Breuer) German-speaking countries boast a long tradition of setting the work of their poets to music in both lieder and choral music. Members of the Slovenian Philharmonic will also explore this rich treasure trove of a cappella and vocal-instrumental music in a concert that leads listeners through more than a century of the creativity of German and Austrian Classical and Romantic composers, from Haydn’s songs with piano accompaniment, through Mendelssohn’s and Schumann’s a cappella choral works, to Brahms’s setting of Romantic poetry in the rhythm of the waltz with instrumental accompaniment. On this occasion, the interpretations will be prepared by German tenor and conductor Holger Speck, founder and artistic director of the Rastatt Vocal Ensemble and the Baroque ensemble Les Favorites. Speck gained an international reputation with stylistically and technically refined performances of music of various periods, with an emphasis on early music. He works as a lecturer at the University of Music in Karlsruhe, as well as being active as a singing teacher and concert singer. ticket sale

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Sklepi 18. seje Sveta Slovenske filharmonije z dne ...
Sklepi 18. seje Sveta Slovenske filharmonije z dne 23. 4. 2018
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TASF and Thomas Gansch, 20. 5. 2018, ob 19.30
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5th Slowind Spring 2018, April 25 - May 29
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Apr 16, 2018
Orange 8, Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.
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Apr 16, 2018
Hommage à Vaclav Talich, April 19, 2018 at 7.30 ...
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Mar 27, 2018
Blue 8, May 17 & 18, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.
Young Uzbek conductor Aziz Shokhakimov (1988) won second prize in the Gustav Mahler International Conducting Competition ...
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Mar 27, 2018
Vocal 8, May 13, 2018 at 7.30 p.m.
This season’s Vocal Series will conclude with a concert of sacred music, mainly comprising musical settings of ...
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Mar 27, 2018
Orange 7
Orange 712. & 13. april 2018 at 7.30PMGallus Hall, Cankarjev DomSlovenian Philharmonic OrchestraAri Rasilainen, ...
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Feb 20, 2018
The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra in Vienna, ...
The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra is performing in Vienna, Austria, on the 10th march 2018.10.3.2018. at ...
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Feb 20, 2018
The Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra in ...
The Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra are performing in Rijeka, Croatia, on the 28th march 2018.28.3.2018. at ...
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Feb 20, 2018
Blue 7
29th and 30th march 2018 at 7,30PMGallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom..Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and ChoirMixed Choir ...
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Vocal 6
Vocal 618. february 2018 at 19,30 PMMarjan Kozina Hall, Slovenian PhilharmonicSlovenian Philharmonic ...
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