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Choregie Concert Series
Since its establishment in 2009 Choregie has been encouraging the performing of early music, contemporary music literature and ethnic music. Through the Choregie concert series concerts by prominent Slovene and foreign artists as well as Carmina Slovenica’s own production of music and music-scenic projects have been brought to cultural settings of cities and of Slovenia in general. The programme idea of Choregie has so far been realized through several in-house productions (Who Would Have Thought That Snow Falls, What Have You got against Peasants, Lady?, Vertical Thoughts, Die Ursonate, Laude Cortonese, Miracles, Spixody, etc.), three Choregie international new music theatre festivals, and a music theatre competition. Choregie has featured several prominent artists, such as Jaap Blonk, Bernhard Landauer, Miguel Azguime, Musica Cubicularis, Slovenian Philharmonics Choir, Bojan Gorišek, Janez Škof, Nathalie Pubellier, Jovana Popić, Vasko Atanasovski, Kebataola, Sabina Cvilak, Izidor Lajtinger and others.
The programme of this season is again bringing to our Slovene audience music of the times past in collaboration with contemporary art. The Choregie concert series are bringing music that can rarely be heard on Slovene stages and is therefore bringing a certain freshness – thus becoming 'new music'. The renovated Minorite church in Maribor was chosen as the main venue this year. Will early music and the music of our time cohabit well together, that is something you can find out if you dedicate a few evenings to the company of Slovenian and foreign artists.
J. S. Bach: St. John Passion, 11. 3. 2017, Union Hall, Maribor
Ensemble Antiphonus, Zagreb
Russian Spiritual Music, 6. 4. 2017, Minoriti Church, Maribor
Chamber Choir LIK, Russia and Concert Choir Carmina Slovenica
Poslušajte vsi človeki!, 16. 6. 2017, Minoriti Church, Maribor
Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and Concert Choir Carmina Slovenica
Sounded sculptures, 21. 10. 2017, Minoriti Church, Maribor
SToP - Slovenian Percussion Project and Concert Choir Carmina Slovenica
Six Houses, 11. 11. 2017, Minoriti Church, Maribor
Marko Hatlak, accordion and Concert Choir Carmina Slovenica
Ticket: 15 EUR
You can buy the tickets at our web shop or at the Box Office of Puppet Theatre Maribor during the opening hours.
In the press
TOXIC PSALMS New York Premiere - BWW Reviews, 2015
Hooting, Hissing and Ululating to Protest Man’s Inhumanity - The New York times, 2015
Toxic Psalms: 'We are instructed too much – how to understand, how to feel' - The Guardian, 2015
Against Type; A festival showcasing the variety of "indie opera" returns - The New Yorker, 2015
A Visceral Slide Into Darkness - The New York Times, 2015
Choir explores collective brutality on New York stage - Mail Online, 2015