Upcoming Cultural Events 03.10.2016–09.10.2016
The International Festival of Contemporary Art “Mesto žensk”
3.10 - 16.10
A detailed program is available on the festival website: cityofwomen.org
The festival presents artistic achievements of women in different genres of art. The event program includes concerts of the world’s famous female musicians, art exhibitions, and theatre and dance performances.
The National Ballet of Marseille: Bolero — Extremalism (fragments)
On 4 October at 7:30 pm
The presentation of the “Ekstremalizem” dance project. Authors: Emio Greco, Pieter C. Scholten. Performed by a team of the National Ballet of Marseille — Ballet National de Marseille (BNM).
Ricardo & Aldemaromania trio — Latin Jazz
On 5 October at 8:00 pm
Ricardo & Aldemaromania trio — a project of the multi-genre musician Ricardo Luque, a singer of the Croatian Cubismo Band, and his friends. Ricardo Luque — vocals, Julia Nikosh — piano, Goran Rukavina — contrabass, Branimir Nikosh — drums.
Karmina Šilec: Evergreen
On 6 October at 7:30 pm
A new theatre project of the Slovenian composer Karmina Šilec tells the story of the Titanic ship’s orchestra, who played as long as the ship was sinking. Music by Karmina Šilec glorifies the triumph of human ingenuity over the chaos and obscurity.
Torul (Slovenia) — Electro Pop
On 7 October at 8:00 pm
On 8 October at 8:00 pm
Organizer: Športna dvorana Stožice, Vojkova cesta 100 1000 Ljubljana, +386 (0)1 431 51 55, sport-ljubljana.si
The world’s famous Italian singer Zucchero started his career in the 70s. He released numerous bestsellers, collaborated with well-known foreign musicians. The turning point was his performance at the festival in San Remo in 1985, when his first hit “Donne” took the second place.
Cameron Carpenter (ZDA) — portable organs
On 9 October at 7:30 pm
Organizer: Cankarjev dom, Prešernova cesta 10 1000 Ljubljana, +386 (0)1 241 72 99, +386 (0)1 241 71 00: cityofwomen.org
The American musician Cameron Carpenter, who attracts attention with an unusual appearance, turns organ concerts of classical music into a virtuoso performance. Program: R. Wagner, I-C. Bach, Astor Piazzolla, L. Vierne, P. I. Tchaikovsky, F. Schubert.