In cooperation with Slovenian Philharmonic
One day, two young, very talented cello players and good friends decided almost for fun to put on the web their video clip of the song Smooth Criminal by the legendary Michael Jackson. In just a few days it was viewed by more then tens of thousands of people. Then they received a phone call from Elton John, who invited them to accompany him on his world tour and finally, signed a contract with Sony Masterworks. They flared up in the sky of the music world like meteors and instantly broke the boundaries between the different music genres. »Go and experience them alive, it is downright stunning! I don’t remember any of the event so exciting, since Jimmy Hendrix’s come back in the late ninety sixties«, wrote Elton John.
Luka Šulić, who is Slovenian on his mother’s side and Croatian, on his father’s side, grew up in Maribor. After he had finished his studies in Zagreb, he graduated from the famous Royal Academy of Music in London, with a brilliant soloist career ahead of him. And then the things turned the other way round … Stjepan Hauser, who was born in Pula, has studied in Zagreb at about the same time as Luka. He ended up in Manchester and then came the video clip of the aforementioned Jackson’s song, which turned his life upside down. Today, the two musicians are touring around the world and living an entirely new life.
The programme will be announced later.
- Opening of the Ljubljana Festival on the Ljubljanica, 30. 6. 20171/106 _VID91392/106 _VID91353/106 _VID91324/106 _VID91295/106 _VID91236/106 _VID91207/106 _VID91098/106 _VID91069/106 _VID910410/106 _VID910311/106 _VID910212/106 _VID910013/106 _VID909714/106 _VID908915/106 _VID908616/106 _VID908217/106 _VID907518/106 _VID907419/106 _VID906520/106 _VID906021/106 _VID905622/106 _VID904723/106 _VID903224/106 _VID903025/106 _VID902926/106 _VID902527/106 _VID902228/106 _VID901929/106 _VID901730/106 _VID901431/106 _VID900532/106 _VID900133/106 _VID899934/106 _VID899735/106 _VID899336/106 _VID899237/106 _VID898638/106 _VID898239/106 _VID898040/106 _VID897741/106 _VID897442/106 _VID896843/106 _VID895944/106 _VID895745/106 _VID895346/106 _VID894747/106 _VID894548/106 _VID894449/106 _VID894150/106 _VID893551/106 _VID893452/106 _VID893153/106 _VID892854/106 _VID892155/106 _VID891556/106 _VID891357/106 _VID891058/106 _VID890759/106 _VID890160/106 _VID889961/106 _VID889762/106 _VID889363/106 _VID889064/106 _VID888765/106 _VID888666/106 _VID888267/106 _VID888068/106 _VID887969/106 _VID887270/106 _VID887071/106 _VID886972/106 _VID886673/106 _VID886474/106 _VID885875/106 _VID885076/106 _VID883277/106 _VID883178/106 _VID883079/106 _VID882780/106 _VID881881/106 _VID881682/106 _VID881383/106 _VID881184/106 _VID880885/106 _VID880786/106 _VID880487/106 _VID880088/106 _VID879689/106 _VID879290/106 _VID879191/106 _VID878692/106 _VID878493/106 _VID878194/106 _VID877895/106 _VID877796/106 _VID877697/106 _VID877498/106 _VID877299/106 _VID8768100/106 _VID8765101/106 _VID8764102/106 _VID8762103/106 _VID8758104/106 _VID8757105/106 _VID8755106/106 _VID8752
- Dmitry Sitkovetsky, conductor and Boris Bizjak, flute 9. 8. 2017
- Press Conference with John Malkovich, 20. 7. 2017