Orange 6 15. & 16. march 2018 at 7,30 PM Gallus Hall, Cankarjev Dom Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra Olari Elts, conductor Kari Kriikku, clarinet Jean Sibelius: The Tempest, overture, Op. 109 Kaija Anneli Saariaho: Clarinet Concerto Benjamin Britten: Four Sea Interludes from the opera Peter Grimes, Op. 33a Claude Debussy: La mer, three symphonic sketches for orchestra, L 109 Originality of programmes and interpretations is a hallmark of internationally renowned Estonian conductor Olari Elts, who performs with numerous European, Asian and Australian orchestras. In the present season, he made his debut with the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, but he also serves as the principal guest conductor of the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. He will be joined by the excellent Finnish clarinettist Kari Kriikku, who engages mainly with contemporary repertoire and is regarded as one of the most popular interpreters of works by many composers of our time, including Vinko Globokar. On this occasion, he will appear as the soloist in the Clarinet Concerto by Kaija Anneli Saariaho, who is also from Finland. Based in Paris, Saariaho developed her own style, growing out of serialism and shifting towards spectral and electroacoustic music, after her experiences at IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique). ticket sale
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
The Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra in Rijeka, Croatia
The Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra are performing in Rijeka, Croatia, on the 28th march 2018. 28.3.2018. at 19,30h Croatian National Theatre of Ivan Zajc in Rijeka (Hrvatsko narodno kazalište Ivana pl. Zajca Rijeka) The Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra Choir of the Music School of Vinko Vodopivec, Ajdovščina Borut Smrekar, conductor Kristina Kolar, soprano Jadranka Juras, mezzosoprano Kirlianit Cortés Gálvez, tenor Dario Bercich, baritone Gioachino Rossini: Stabat Mater More information about the concert and ticket sale: http://hnk-zajc.hr/en/predstava/stabat-mater-3/ https://www.ulaznice.hr/beta/event/64/1607?lang=en
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
The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra in Vienna, Austria
The Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra is performing in Vienna, Austria, on the 10th march 2018. 10.3.2018. at 19.30h Konzerthaus Vienna The Slovenian Philharmonic OrchestraMarcelo Lehninger, conductorAndrew von Oeyen, pianoDominik Wagner, double bass Leonard Bernstein: DivertimentoNino Rota: Divertimento concertanteLeonard Bernstein: Symphony no. 2 The Age of Anxiety More information about the concert and ticket sale: https://konzerthaus.at/concert/eventid/55608 http://www.jeunesse.at/home.html http://www.jeunesse.at/ueber-uns.html http://www.jeunesse.at/programmtickets/programm-details/event/slowenische-philharmonie-d-wagner-von-oeyen-lehninger.html https://shop.jetticket.net/jeunesse/RegisterSelection.aspx?msg=86&ret=2&eventid=7507preberi 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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