One of the top representatives of Slovak culture will perform at the largest classical music festival in the world. Save the date for Sunday, August 6.
Annually, the largest folklore festival is held in the northern Slovak village of Východná at the break of June and July. However, folklore fans can come back to their Mekka once again in August.
The music festival Viva Musica! will combine its musical aspect with cinematography. On the 4th of August, the concert hall of Slovak Radio will welcome a symphonic orchestra with its conductor Martin Leginus to accompany the famous 1933 movie Zem spieva (The Earth sings), directed by Czech photographer Karel Plicka.
The young Slovak opera singer Boris Prýgl has been awarded the Birgit Nilsson Prize at the Plácido Domingo Operalia Competition for his extraordinary interpretation of the works of Richard Wagner and R ...
In this special compilation feature we will be returning to 2017 edition of Pohoda, the largest summer festival in Slovakia. According to organisers, artists as well as its visitors, the 21st year of P ...
On 3rd July, internationally successful Slovak born composer and conductor Peter Breiner turned 60.
She took the public Radio_FM by storm. Thanks to her talent, she managed to win 3 prestigious awards at home and attract also listeners abroad.
Emmanuel Villaume, the ex-principal conductor of the Slovak Philharmonic, promised to present the majority of Gustav Mahler's symphonies during his mission in Bratislava.
The 52nd Folklore festival Poľana in central Slovakia starts on Friday, the 7th of July. One of the most popular folk culture events focuses mainly on the presentation of the traditions of the indigeno ...
Viva Musica! a festival of classical music started last Friday in Bratislava. This event will host international as well as Slovak stars performing every Friday in the Slovak capital.