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QUIET, PLEASE! – Cult works by the twentieth-century composers
* Outstanding young Israeli soprano Rinnat Moriah will perform with the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra
* Actor Boris Ostan will appear as the narrator
* The orchestra will be conducted by Gregor Mayrhofer, who was assistant to the long-serving chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker Sir Simon Rattle
The Ljubljana Festival and the Slovenian Philharmonic mark the opening of the Ljubljana Winter Festival and the end of the philharmonic festival Into The New Year With New Music with a special concert entitled Quiet, Please! The programme includes cult works by the twentieth-century composers R. Strauss, B. A. Zimmerman, I. Xenakis and G. Ligeti, in their first performances by the Slovenian Philharmonic. The orchestra will be conducted by Gregor Mayrhofer, who was assistant to the long-serving chief conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker Sir Simon Rattle. Further variety will be added to this interesting and unique programme by the presence of two acclaimed individual performers: Slovene theatre and film actor Boris Ostan, appears as the narrator in Zimmermann’s Musique pour les soupers du roi Ubu, while the outstanding young Israeli soprano Rinnat Moriah offers us performances of Zerbinetta’s aria from Strauss’s opera Ariadne auf Naxos and Ligeti’s Mysteries of the Macabre. Having debuted at La Scala in Milan and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, she has also appeared at the BBC Proms in London under Daniel Barenboim. Come and enjoy a remarkable evening of theatre, poetry and music at the home of the Slovenian Philharmonic.
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Rinnat Moriah, soprano
Boris Ostan, narrator
Gregor Mayrhofer, conductor
Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra
V. Žuraj: Quiet please!
R. Strauss: Zerbinetta’s Aria – Großmächtige Prinzessin (from Ariadne auf Naxos) – 1912 version
B. A. Zimmermann: Musique pour les soupers du roi Ubu / Boris A. Novak, text
H. Biber: Battalia
I. Xenakis: Metastaseis
G. Ligeti: Mysteries of the Macabre