• Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers
  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers

    foto: Ivona Orešková

  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers

    foto: Julian Veverica

  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers
  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers
  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers
  • Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers

Chamber concert from the Songs of Slovak Composers

Sunday 25. 9. o 16:00 h
Small Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic

Peerformers

Mária Tajtákovásoprano
Ladislav Fančovičpiano
Eva Garajovámezzosoprano
Matej Arendárikpiano
Tomáš Šelcbass
Peter Pažickýpiano

Program

Béla Bartók – Five Slovak Folk Songs
Alexander Moyzes – In Autumn, a song cycle for mezzosoprano and piano on the poems by Ján Kostra
Ján Zimmer  Spring in a Valley, three songs for soprano and piano, Op. 3, on the poems by Rudolf Dilong
Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský – Songs, a selection
Bartolomej Urbanec – Songs about Vine
Ladislav Holoubek – Youth, a cycle of songs for coloratura soprano and piano, Op. 19 on the poems by Laco Novomeský
Eugen Suchoň – Nox et solitudo, Op. 4, five songs for mezzosoprano and piano on the poems by Ivan Krasko

Admission 24€      Tickets

Songwriting has long been the focus of interest of Slovak composers. As early as in the 19th century the representatives of our national music Ján Levoslav Bella and Viliam Figuš-Bystrý dealt with it; the baton was picked up by Alexander Albrecht, Frico Kafenda, Ján Móry and Štefan Németh-Šamorínsky after them. But the song genre was led to its greatest blossoming with immortal jewels by Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský. Even the representatives of the Slovak modern music, from Eugen Suchoň to Bartolomej Urbanec, paid their attention to songs. It is mostly from their opuses preceded with five Slovak folk songs arranged by Béla Bartók that the programme of the festival’s traditional chamber concert, dedicated usually to the works of Slovak composers for various instruments, is compiled. This time it presents the most sensitive instrument, the voice.

Mária Tajtáková

foto: Ivona Orešková

Ladislav Fančovič

foto: Julian Veverica

Eva GarajováMatej Arendárik

Tomáš Šelc

Tomáš Šelc

Peter Pažický

Kategória: Program 2022

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