We would like to inform you that due to bad weather forecast the concert of chamber orchestra Anima Musicae on 5th August at 8.30 pm is moved to the Slovenian Philharmonic. Because of the change of the location we do require a change of tickets. Thank you for your understanding.
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BEETHOVEN’S 9th SYMPHONY and 3rd PIANO CONCERTO

CHARLES DUTOIT, conductor
DUBRAVKA TOMŠIČ SREBOTNJAK, piano
Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir
Megaron Chamber Choir
Soloists: Sabina Cvilak, Monika Bohinec, Egils Silins, Rodrigo Porras Garulo

OPENING of the 68th Ljubljana Festival
1. July 2020
9.00 pm
Congress Square
59€, 39€, 29€, 19€
Because of bad weather the concert was moved to Wednesday, 1st of July 2020. Time of the beginning remains the same.

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Due to the decree on the temporary general restriction on gathering people in public places and cities in the Republic Slovenia, tickets for the opening of the 68th Ljubljana Festival are currently not available, as we have reached the legally permitted capacities. We will, in accordance with the law, release additional tickets as soon as possible.

Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir*
Megaron Chamber Choir

Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak, piano

Sabina Cvilak, soprano
Monika Bohinec, mezzo-soprano
Egils Silins, bass-baritone
Rodrigo Porras Garulo, tenor

Charles Dutoit, conductor

Programme:
L. van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37
L. van Beethoven:  Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, Choral

The first of the magnificent summer concerts dedicated to the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven will include two monumental works by this giant of orchestral music. Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto and Ninth Symphony are in many respects revolutionary works. The fourth movement of the symphony includes a hymn-like setting of Friedrich von Schiller’s Ode to Joy, a work extolling unity, brotherhood and love among nations. Stirring performances of these masterpieces are guaranteed, thanks in part to outstanding Slovene and international soloists: Slovenia’s first lady of the piano, Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak, the Slovene prima donnas Sabina Cvilak and Monika Bohinec, and the Latvian bass-baritone Egils Siliņš, a regular guest at opera festivals such as Tanglewood, Savonlinna and Glyndebourne. This event par excellence, which also features the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Megaron Chamber Choir, will take place under the baton of famed Swiss conductor Charles Dutoit, who has been the principal guest conductor of the St Petersburg Philharmonic for the past two seasons and was recently the recipient of the Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal, the Society’s highest honour, awarded for the most outstanding musicianship.

 

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