2018 programme

The Festival is supported using public funding by the Slovak Arts Council

Friday
5 October

19.00
Congress Hall, Levoča

Elbląg Chamber Orchestra
conductor Paweł Kotla (Poland)
Janusz Wawrowski (violin) (Poland)
Jozef Lupták (cello) (Slovakia)

Andrzej Panufnik – Cello Concerto

Mieczysław Weinberg – Violin Concertino

and works of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Wojciech Kilar, Grażyna Bacewicz,
Witold Lutoslawski and Mikolaj Gorecki

Concert  financed by the  Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage within the frame of the multiannual programme NIEPODLEGŁA 2017-2021, within the frame of the grant programme by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute “Kulturalne Pomosty”  

Saturday
6 October

15.00
Dardanely, Markušovce

Klára Kolonits (soprano)
Daniel Dinyés (piano) (Hungary)

To include songs by Claude Debussy

Saturday
6 October

19.00
Historic Theatre, Levoča

Vienna Chamber Symphony Quintet (Austria)

W.A.Mozart – Overture, “The Magic Flute

Hans Gál – Five Intermezzos, op. 10

Ernst Krenek – Seven Easy Pieces

Ludwig van Beethoven – Overture, “Coriolanus“, op. 62

Karol Kontsky – Quintet in G minor, op. 26

Sunday
7 October

15.00
Congress Hall, Levoča

Jonathan Powell (piano) (UK/Poland)

Franz Liszt – Robert Schumann

Sunday,
7 October

19.00
Historic Theatre, Levoča

Vienna Chamber Symphony Quintet (Austria)

W. A. Mozart – Overture, “The Abduction from the Seraglio

Joseph Haydn – Divertimento

Erich Korngold – Fairy Tales

Ludwig van Beethoven – Symphony no. 8 in F major, op. 93

Monday,
8 October

19.00
Historic Theatre, Levoča

Il Cuore Barocco (Slovakia)

Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso op.6 no. 4

Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto for two violins op. 3 (RV 522)

Arcangelo Corelli – Concerto grosso op.6 no. 3

Francesco Geminiani – Concerto grosso no 12 (La Follia)

Arcangelo Corelli – Violin sonata op. 5 no 12 (arr. for orchestra) – Concerto grosso op. 6 no. 7

Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto for four violins op. 3 (RV550)

Tuesday,
9 October

19.00
Congress Hall, Levoča

Jonathan Powell (piano), Jozef Lupták (cello),  A. N. Other (violin)

Claude Debussy – Violin Sonata, Cello Sonata, Piano Trio

Ernest Chausson – Piano Trio in g minor, op. 3