Bratislava (SK)
13-16 sep

Thursday 13.9.

Three concerts at a secret undisclosed venue.

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Secret location

Friday 14.9

Showcase of Slovak bands

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Summer Reading Room U Raka, Michalská 26

Gala koncert 1

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Ateliér Babylon, Kolárska 3

Saturday 15.9.

Guitar workshop

Flamenco masterclass with Amir J. Haddad
Gitarový Workshop

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Conservatory, Konventná 4

v spolupráci s Konzervatóriom Bratislava

Drumcircle

This playful drumming is aimed at all age categories including children and adults. Each participant will be provided with a percussion instrument and will become a part of a rhythmical orchestra. The principle of playing together and practicing rhythms is very simple and even a newcomer can join the drumcircle and enjoy the common music making. The workshop will be held in co-operation with Rytmika.sk.

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Zichyho palác – courtyard Ventúrska 12

Showcase

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Véčko, SNP Square 12

Gala concert

Afterparty

A series of films

Series of films
Documentaries dedicated to Slovak music and folklore. Bagpipes and bagpipe culture, Fujara-Trombita

Elis
Directed by Hugo Prata

The life of Elis Regina, undoubtedly the greatest Brazilian singer of all time, is told in this biopic film with energetic and pulsating rhythm. Arrastão by Elis also launched her career for a national audience. For the history of Brazilian music, the record represented the beginning of a new musical style that would be known as Música popular brasileira or Brazilian Popular Music. Her 1974 collaboration with Antonio Carlos Jobim, Elis & Tom, is often cited as one of the greatest bossa nova albums of all time. She sometimes criticized the Brazilian dictatorship which had persecuted and exiled many musicians of her generation.

Entry fee 2€

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Véčko, Námestie SNP 12

in cooperation with the Brazilian Embasy

Myers – Lenko – Lupták – Valent – Chassidic Songs.

Chasisidic songs capture the trace of jewish culture of  the central Europe in  the historical context of this region. The project originated in 2008 as the collaboration of rabbi Baruch Myers and musicians Jozef Lupták (cello), Miloš Valent (violin) and Boris Lenko (acordeon).

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Zichyho palác, Ventúrska 12

Central European Showcase

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Hviezdoslavovo námestie – Altánok

In cooperation with Bratislava Capital City