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orange 4 7 and 8 December 2017, at 7.30 pm Gallus Hall Cankarjev Dom   Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra James Judd, conductor Brigitte Pinter, soprano − Richard Wagner:  Overture to the opera Tannhäuser Prelude to the first act of the opera Parsifal Prelude and Liebestod, from the opera Tristan und Isolde   Prelude to the third act of the opera Lohengrin Siegfried’s Rhine Journey, Siegfried’s Death and Funeral March, and the final scene from the opera Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods)   Wagner’s operas represent a special challenge for conductors. As well as being an important innovator in the field of opera music, decisively changing the course of the development of this musical-theatrical form, Richard Wagner was also a key figure in the field of conducting. He occupied himself with the theory and practice of orchestral conducting not only on the concert stage and in the theatre pit, but also in his book On Conducting (1869), which extensively upgraded the conducting tradition and technique that had previously been developed by Felix Mendelssohn and Hector Berlioz. It therefore comes as no surprise that Wagner’s work has attracted the particular attention of British conductor James Judd, who on this occasion has prepared a selection of excerpts from Wagner operas. Judd is the artistic director of the Israel Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion, and since autumn 2016 has been the chief conductor of the Daejeon Philharmonic Orchestra in Korea. In the 2017/18 season, he is taking up the position of artistic director of the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. Judd focuses on both orchestral and opera repertoire. An important contribution to the convincing performances will certainly me made by Austrian soprano Brigitte Pinter, a world-renowned interpreter of Wagner roles, who was educated at New York’s Juilliard. ticket sale

19TH FESTIVAL SLOWIND 2017 – ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSIC

19TH FESTIVAL SLOWIND 2017 – ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSIC   Aristic Director: Brice Pauset, France / Germany Ljubljana, November 25–December 1, 2017 Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic)/Marjan Kozina Hall   Slowind Ensemble Contrechamps Michael Wendeberg – conductor Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Nina Prešiček – piano Simon Klavžar – percussion Vokalni ansambel Antiphonus Céline Steiner – violin Brice Pauset – harpsichord Massimo Pinca – doublebass Boris Ostan – narrator Barbara Jernejčič Fürst – mezzo-soprano Mak Grgić – guitar Brian Head – guitar Academic Choir Tone Tomšič of the University of Ljubljana Jerica Gregorc Bukovec – conductor Florian Hölscher – piano ************** 1st concert Saturday, November  25, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Pre-concert talk at 7.00 p.m. with Brice Pauset. Slowind with guests Gilles Grîmaitre – piano Simon Klavžar – percussion Vocal ensemble Antiphonus Programme: COMBINED MUSIC-MAKING (OR NOT) Céline Steiner (b. 1991): Weiß und leicht (2015) for piccolo, english horn, harp, violin and violoncello Steven Kazuo Takasugi (b. 1960): Jargon of Nothingness (2002/2003) for oboe, clarinet and electronic amplification and playback Perotin (1160–1220): Organum a 4 Sederunt Principes for four male voices Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928–2007): Kontakte (1959–1969) for electronic sounds, piano and percussion 2nd concert Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Pre-concert talk at 7.00 p.m. with Dominique Schafer in Uroš Rojko. Maximilan Haft - violin Ensemble Contrechamps Slowind Michael Wendeberg – conductor Programme: MUSIC AND POETICS Dominique Schafer (b. 1967): Vers une présence réelle… (2014) – Triple trio for oboe, clarinet (bass clarinet), trumpet, flute, viola, harp, violin, violoncello and piano Klaus Huber (b. 1924): Lieber spaltet mein Herz II (1993) for alto flute, guitar and percussion Brice Pauset (b. 1965): Vita Nova (sérénades) (2006) for violin and ensemble Uroš Rojko (b. 1954): Zvokasok (2017) for wind quintet and ensemble – world premiere, commissioned for the Festival Slowind 2017 International workshop Monday and Wednesday, November 27 and 29, 2017, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts (TO THINK) ON MUSIC Lecturers: Brice Pauset (France / Germany), Dominique Schafer (USA / Switzerland), Céline Steiner (Germany) Organization and direction: prof. Larisa Vrhunc 3th concert ponedeljek, 27. november 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Pre-concert talk at 7.00 p.m. with Brice Pauset in Larisa Vrhunc Slowind Programme: MUSIC AND POSTAVA Brice Pauset (b. 1965): FERNAB (2017) for wind quintet – world premiere, commissioned for the Festival Slowind 2017 Larisa Vrhunc (b. 1967): Traces (2017) for wind quintet – world premiere, commissioned for the Festival Slowind 2017 Arnold Schönberg (1874–1951): Wind quintet, Op. 26 (1923/24) 4th concert Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall L’Académie des Cosmopolites Céline Steiner – violin Brice Pauset – harpsochord Massimo Pinca – double bass Slowind with guests Programme: MUSIC ON MUSIC Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf (b 1962): Con Luigi Nono (2017) for violin, viola and violoncello Georg Muffat (1653–1704): Passacaglia in G minor (from the collection Apparatus musico-organisticus, 1690) for harpsichord Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644–1704): Sonata for violin/6th Sonata in C minor, C. 143 for violin, harpsichord and double bass Helmut Lachenmann (b. 1935): Allegro sostenuto (1986-88) for clarinet/bass clarinet, violoncello and piano 5th concert Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Pre-concert talk at 7.00 p.m. with Urška Pompe in Tadeja Vulc Boris Ostan – narrator Barbara Jernejčič Fürst – mezzo-soprano Brice Pauset – harpsichord Mak Grgić – guitar Brian Head – guitar Academic Choir Tone Tomšič of the University of Ljubljana Jerica Gregorc Bukovec – conductor Programme: SOCIETY MUSIC versus MUSIC SOCIETY Urška Pompe (b. 1969): Vrata dneva / Doors of the Day (2004) for mezzo-soprano Jacobus Gallus Carniolus (1550–1591): Mirabile mysterium for choir Jacobus Gallus Carniolus: Auo mihi crude dolor tantum dominare (colloquium Magdalanae cum Christo ad modum echo) for choir Brice Pauset (b. 1965): Un-Ruhe II (The Slovenian language version) for narrator and harpsichord Helmut Lachenmann (roj. 1935): Salut für Caudwell (1977) for two guitars Tadeja Vulc (b. 1978): Epilog (2010) for choir / bodily percussion 6th concert Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Brice Pauset – harpsichord Aleš Kacjan – flute Florian Hölscher – piano and others Programme: MUSIC AND / AS SCIENCE Johann Jacob Froberger (1616–1667): Fantasie sopra Ut re mi fa sol la for harpsichord Brice Pauset (roj. 1965): Six préludes (1999) for harpsichord Alberto Posadas (roj. 1967): Odzveni na Françoisa Couperina – from the cycle Sledi spomina (2014) for piano Elliott Carter (1908–2012): Epigrams (2012) for piano, violin and violoncello Vinko Globokar (roj. 1934): Monolith (1978) for flutist 7th concert Friday, Decemebr 1, 2017 at 8.00 p.m., Slovenska filharmonija (Slovenian Philharmonic), Marjan Kozina Hall Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Michael Wendeberg – conductor Programme: MUSIC AND NATURE Robert Schumann (1810–1856): Symphony in G minor Zwickau, WoO 29 Georg Friedrich Haas (b. 1953): Chants Oubliés Brice Pauset (b. 1965): Maos Frosch / Mao's Frog for orchestra Arnold Schönberg (1874–1951): Chamber Symphony No. 2 in E-flat minor, Op. 38 ticket sale

Vocal 4

Vocal 4 17. december 2017 at 7.30 PM Marjan Kozina Hall  Slovenian Philharmonic . . Slovenian Philharmonic Choir Slovenian Philharmonic String Quartet Stojan Kuret, conductor . . Marij Kogoj: Nageljni poljski / Carnations in the Field (composer's transcription for string quartet) * Marij Kogoj: Zvečer / The Evening (Janez Pucelj) Ambrož Čopi: Poljubil bi te ... / I would kiss you… (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Seufzer (Jaroslav Vrchlicky) * Nana Forte: Kakor naraščanje / Like rising (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Barčica / Little Boat (Oton Župančič) Patrik Quaggiato: Psalm (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Nageljni poljski / Carnations in the Field (Josip Murn)                                 *** Andrej Makor: V vetru se ziblje / Swaying in the Wind (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Vrabci in strašilo / The Sparrows and the Scarecrow (Oton Župančič) Jernej Rustja: Cesta samotnih / Road of the Lonely (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Trpeča srca / Suffering Hearts (folksong arrangement) Anej Černe: Oblaki življenja / Clouds of Life (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Stoji tam lipica / There Stands a Linden Tree (folksong arrangement)      Matej Kastelic: O, saj ni smrti / O, There Is No Death (Srečko Kosovel) * Marij Kogoj: Requiem (composer's transcription for string quartet) * * new work . Conductor Stojan Kuret graduated from the Ljubljana Academy of Music, majoring in conducting, and one year later completed his studies of the piano at the Conservatory of Music “Giuseppe Tartini” in Trieste. While still a student, he founded the Trieste Music Society Youth Choir, and in 1991 re-established the Jacobus Gallus Choir. In 1984, he received the Gallus Plaque for outstanding achievements in the field of choral music. From the 1992/93 season, he served ten years as the artistic director and conductor of the APZ Tone Tomšič Choir in Ljubljana. He is co-founder, artistic director and conductor of the Ljubljana Vocal Academy, which was established in September 2008. Kuret is the only conductor who has managed to win the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing twice. In 2012, he received the Prešeren Fund Prize for his activities in the field of choral music. He can be credited with introducing numerous works by Slovenian composers into the choral repertoire, including many new works. At the present concert, he will present musical settings of poetry by Slovenian poets, ranging from a “classic” composer (Kogoj), through established composers (Čopi, Quaggiato, Černe, Rustja), to younger composers (Makor, Kastelic). ticket sale

The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra's Christmas Concert

The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra's Christmas Concert 22. december 2017 at 6 PM Marjan Kozina Hall, Slovenian Philharmonic The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Stefanos Tsialis, conductor program: Engelbert Humperdinck: Ouverture from the opera Hansel and Gretel Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Christmas Eve, opera suite Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, balet suite ticket sale

The Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra in Graz

The Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra has opened the concert season of Musikverein (Graz, Austria) with two concerts - 18 and 19 September 2017. With tghe conductor Aleksandar Marković and soloist, pianist Simon Trpčeski, they performed Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto no. 3 in d-minor, op. 30 and Tschaikowsky's Symphonie no. 5 in e-minor, op. 64. Photos from the rehersal and the concert in the Stephaniensaal, Musikverein Graz: https://www.facebook.com/slovenskafilharmonija/posts/10155477418270837

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3rd Philharmonic Festival of Baroque Music

Slovenian Philharmonic Marjan Kozina Hall  . . Artistic Director: Matej Šarc . . 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. . . .

GALA CONCERT – Spectacular guest TASF and Thomas Gansch

To conclude the cycle, the members of the ensemble are determined to fulfil their fabulous desire and prepare a musical spectacle like no other. They will therefore be joined by Thomas Gansch, an outstanding author, trumpeter and personality.

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