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Important Notice

Dear Visitors,

following The Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic COVID-19 measures, which have taken place from Sunday September 6th 2020,
Bratislava Music Festival has been CANCELED this Year.

Slovak Philharmonic offers audience to visit 5 Chamber Concerts:
Slávka Zámečníková Recital / September 28th 2020, click here
Slovak Chamber Orchestra October 1st 2020, click here
Chamber Concert Immortal Beloved October 2nd 2020, click here
Moyzes Quartet / October 3rd 2020, click here
Quasars Ensemble / October 9th 2020, click here
Edita Gruberová Opera Gala / October 10th 2020, click here

Please visit The Slovak Philharmonic Ticket Office to refund tickets purchased.

Thank You for Your understanding.

Bratislava Music Festival 2013

49th year – 27th September – 13th October 2013

The Bratislava Music Festival (Bratislavské hudobné slávnosti in Slovak) is an international festival of classical music that takes place annually in the city of Bratislava, Slovakia. It is a major Slovak musical event. The festival is organised by the Slovak Philharmonic and its honorary president is Edita Gruberová.

The first festival took place between 8 April and 7 May 1965; since 1971 the festival takes place each autumn, opening new season. The festival linked to a tradition of previous 14 years of festival Bratislava Spring (Bratislavská jar). Since 1973, the festival is a member of European Festivals Association.

The organizing committee (with Alexander Moyzes as a president) originally intended the festival as a platform for contemporary music but it presents today a wide scale of music with particular focus on Slovak classical music.

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