Das traditionsreiche Festival Ljubljana prägt das sommerliche Kulturgeschehen der Stadt mit Kunstereignissen der Spitzenklasse.
Im reichhaltigen Konzert-, Theater-, Opern- und Ballettprogramm treten jedes Jahr viele anerkannte Künstler auf, darunter auch einige Weltstars.
Zentraler Veranstaltungsort des Festivals Ljubljana ist das malerische Sommertheater Križanke, ein Meisterwerk der Architektur aus dem 13. Jahrhundert, dessen heutiges Erscheinungsbild vom berühmten Architekten Jože Plečnik gestaltet wurde. Die Veranstaltungen des Festivals finden außerdem noch an mehreren anderen erstklassigen Schauplätzen in Ljubljana und Umgebung statt. Die Eröffnung des Festivals findet seit mehreren Jahren auf dem zentral gelegenen Kongressplatz (Kongresni trg) statt.
Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf der Festivalseite (auf Englisch).
A passionate and charismatic musician, Avi Avital, his performances have electrified audiences around the world. He is also the first mandolin soloist to be nominated for a classical Grammy. Critics and the media have compared him to the legendary guitarist Andrés Segovia for his mastery of his instrument, and to...
The Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt was founded in Tbilisi (Georgia) in 1964. Its move to Ingolstadt (Germany) in early 1990 opened a new chapter in its story. Despite the move to a different cultural and geographical environment, it maintains its Eastern European identity, at the same time acting as an...
The concert evening Death and the Maiden places the spotlight on the vocal-instrumental works of two Romantic composers who are among the most notable composers of lieder: Hugo Wolf and Franz Schubert. Six songs for female voice and the string orchestra and Death and the Maiden for soprano and the...
The Cameristi della Scala with soloists Massimo Mercelli and Massimo Quarta offers a program of works by Tartini. Since its foundation in 1982, the orchestra has appeared in many of the most prestigious concert halls and collaborates frequently with top instrumental and vocal soloists.
This international Baroque ensemble consisting of four established musicians was founded in 2005. The ensemble performs regularly at major European festivals, raising the profile of Slovenia’s musical and cultural scene.
The Kodály Quartet has been active for more than five decades and is one of the world’s leading chamber ensembles. The quartet’s story began in 1966, when it was founded by four students from Budapest’s Franz Liszt Music Academy.
The great flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal once said of Claudi Arimany that he is “one of those virtuosi who put technique, sonority and the colours of phrasing at the service of musicality and sensitivity, something not within the grasp of many.”
The musical Mamma Mia! revives the musical legacy of the legendary group ABBA. Since its 1999 premiere in London’s West End, it has been seen by more than 54 million people in over 40 countries and 170 cities around the world.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is unquestionably one of the finest orchestras anywhere in the world. It was founded in 1936 by Bronisław Huberman and its inaugural concert was conducted by the legendary Arturo Toscanini.