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NEL CUORE DELLE VIBRAZIONI ESTIVE

13.6.2014
62a edizione del Ljubljana Festival dal 1° luglio al 1° settembre. Ricco extra-programma a giugno e a metà settembre. Ben cinque concerti in piazza Kongresni trg e uno in Piazza Unità d’Italia a Trieste per un impulso estivo ancora più vivace delle due città. Un imponente inizio con Carmina Burana e una conclusione reale con l’Orchestra Royal Concertgebouw di Amsterdam.
Direttori rinomati come Uroš Lajovic, Riccardo Muti, Karel Mark Chichon, Nikša Bareza, George Pehlivanian, Vladislav Černušenko, Andres Mustonen e Mariss Jansons. Ospiti di spicco: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra di Amsterdam, Solisti di Mosca e Filarmonica '900 del Teatro Regio di Torino. Fra le grandi presenze i pianisti: Boris Berezovski, Paul Badura-Skoda, Rostislav Krimer e Jean-Yves Thibaudet, il violinista Stefan Milenković, il violista Yuro Bashmet, il chitarrista Vlatko Stefanovski, il mezzosoprano Elīna Garanča, la regina del flamenco María Pagés, i coreografi Vasilij Medvedev, Valentina Turcu e Leo Mujić, il regista Mykal Rand e altri. Arte al massimo livello a prezzi accessibili – a partire anche da 5 euro.
Il Ljubljana Festival dimostra il proprio impegno sociale anche con workshop gratuiti per bambini da famiglie disagiate.

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IM MITTELPUNKT SOMMERLICHER ERLEBNISSE

10.6.2014
Das 62. Ljubljana Festival findet zwischen dem 1. Juli und 1. September mit einem bunten Begleitprogramm statt, welche von Juni und bis Mitte September angeboten wird. Fünf vollständige Konzerte auf Kongresni trg und eines auf dem Piazza Unità d`Italia in Triest sorgen für ein noch bunteres sommerliches Kulturerlebnis in den beiden Städten. Den mächtigen Anfang stellte die Carmina Burana dar und für den königlichen Abschluss sorgt das Königliche Concertgebouw Orchester aus Amsterdam.
Zu den bekannten Dirigenten gehören: Uroš Lajovic, Riccardo Muti, Karel Mark Chichon, Nikša Bareza, George Pehlivanian, Vladislav Chernushenko, Andres Mustonen und Mariss Jansons. Zu den Höhepunkten zählten die Konzerte des Königlichen Concertgebouw Orchesters aus Amsterdam, der Moskauer Solisten und der Philharmonie des '900 Teatro Regio aus Torino. Für besondere Kunsterlebnisse werden die Pianisten Boris Berezovsky, Paul Badura-Skoda, Rostislav Krimer und Jean-Yves Thibaudet sorgen, sowie die Violinisten Stefan Milenković und Yuri Bashmet, der Gitarrist Vlatko Stefanovski, die Mezzosopranistin Elīna Garana, die Flamenco-Königin María Pagés, die Choreographen Vasilij Medvedev, Valentina Turcu und Leo Mujić, der Regisseur Mykal Rand u.A.
Spitzenkunst für erschwingliche Preise – auch schon für 5 Euro.
Das Ljubljana Festival zeigt seine gesellschaftliche Verantwortung auch mit kostenlosen Workshops für unterprivilegierte Kinder.

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AT THE HEART OF YOUR SUMMER ADVENTURE

The 62nd edition of the Ljubljana Festival, featuring a highly diverse and exciting program, will run between 1 July and 1 September this summer. Five concerts in Ljubljana’s Congress Square together with one at the Piazza Unità in neighbouring Trieste will make for an even more varied summer beat across two cities. The Festival gets off to a passionate start with a performance of Carmina Burana and by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam.
Renowned conductors Uroš Lajovic, Riccardo Muti, Karel Mark Chichon, Nikša Bareza, George Pehlivanian, Vladislav Černušenko, Andres Mustonen and Mariss Jansons all come to lead and inspire. Alongside the celebrated Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam are Moscow Soloists and Filarmonica '900 del Teatro Regio of Turin. Further outstanding artistic heights will be provided by pianists Boris Berezovsky, Paul Badura-Skoda, Rostislav Krimer and Jean-Yves Thibaud; by violinist Stefan Milenković, violist Yuri Bashmet, guitarist Vlatko Stefanovski, mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča and queen of flamenco María Pages, choreographers Vasily Medvedev, Valentina Turcu, Leo Mujić, director Mykal Rand and more.
All cutting-edge art, and at affordable prices – for as little as 5 euros.
And the Ljubljana Festival shows its socially responsible face with free workshops for underprivileged children.

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2014 General Assembly of the European Festivals Association: New Board Elected

10.3.2014
The 2014 General Assembly & Sarajevo Conversation of the European Festivals Association (EFA) took place from 26-28 February in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, under the title Rising to the Occasion. It was hosted by the International Festival “Sarajevo Winter”, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2014. 100 festival directors representing 62 festivals in 22 countries met colleagues, exchanged on what is at stake in the world of festivals all over Europe and beyond, and identified festivals’ contributions to the challenges of today’s society. One of the main outcomes: the Association elected a new Board for a 3-years term under the President Darko Brlek.

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Festival Ljubljana – Am Begegnungspunkt der Geschichte und der Gegenwart (DE)

21.2.2014
Das Festival Ljubljana ist berühmt als Veranstalter des Sommerfestivals Ljubljana Festival, des ältesten und wichtigsten Festivals in Slowenien, das auch im breiteren europäischen Kontext von großer Bedeutung ist. Diese Veranstaltung wurde schon im Jahr 1953 ins Leben gerufen und und wurde sehr schnell bei Bewohnern und Besuchern von Ljubljana gleichermaßen beliebt. Mit seinem vielfältigen, kosmopolitischen Geist trägt das Festival viel zur Lebendigkeit und Energie der slowenischen Hauptstadt bei, die schon an sich zu einer der lebhaftesten europäischen Städte zählt.

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Il Festival Ljubljana – dove la storia si fonde con il contemporaneo (IT)

Il Festival Ljubljana è il portavoce assoluto e l’organizzatore del Ljubljana Festival che prende luogo nei mesi d’estate e che ormai viene considerato uno dei festival più tradizionali e più importanti non solo in Slovenia, ma anche in ambito europeo. La prima edizione dell’evento risale al 1953; da allora la sua alta popolarità tra i cittadini e i visitatori non ha cessato di crescere, il festival convertitosi in una parte essenziale degli spettacoli durante le vacanze estive. Grazie al suo spirito cosmopolita e alle sue ricche sfumature, il festival costituisce un arricchimento alla vita e al fervore della capitale slovena, considerata una delle città più vivaci dell’Europa.

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Festival Ljubljana – Where History Meets Contemporariness (EN)

Festival Ljubljana is well known as the organiser of the summer Ljubljana Festival, the oldest and most important festival in Slovenia – and the wider European context as well. The first edition of the event goes all the way back to 1953; since then it has proven a highly popular part of the summer holidays for both the city’s residents and visitors to Ljubljana as well. With its colourful cosmopolitan spirit, the festival contributes a great deal to the life and energy of the Slovenian capital, itself considered one of the liveliest cities in Europe.

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No Borders Orchestra

19.8.2013
No Borders Orchestra originates from the wish to create the highest class professional regional symphonic orchestra, a project which calls for a new kind of communication. There are two basic premises the NBO is founded on.

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Exclusively for The Ljubljana Festival – Riccardo Chailly

14.5.2013
Oglejte si intervju z enim najbolj cenjenih svetovnih dirigentov, ki bo z Orkestrom Gewandhaus Leipzig nastopil 28. in 29. avgusta.

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Ljubljana festival

11.3.2013
Sporočilo za javnost (Ljubljana, 24. januarja 2013)

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