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Carmina Slovenica

Carmina Slovenica is a production house covering a variety of activities: production of concerts and stage projects, festivals, publishing and education programs.

... They can do anything: speak naturally in English, look the audience in the eyes and wait who will be the first who laughs (guess who wins?), scream, stay quiet, sing, with that marvellous energy, composure and professionalism ...
Le Monde

Thrēnos (for the Throat)

for vocal soloists and sound processing 

* world premiere

9. 3. 2020, Minoriti, Maribor

... ashamed and ashamed for being ashamed ... 

Performed by: Vocal theatre Choregie (SI) / Sidra Bell dance (USA) 

Composer / concept: Jacob Cooper (USA) 
Direction / concept: Karmina Šilec (SI) 
Texts: Dora Malech (USA) 
Movement: Sidra Bell (USA) 
Visuals: Young Joo Lee (KR, USA) 
Set: Dorian Š. Petek (SI) 
Costumes: Tina Bonča (SI)
Light: Andrej Hajdinjak (SI)
Sound: Danilo Ženko (SI)

 

 

 

BLACK SNOW

Boston Center for the Arts/Mills gallery (1. 11.–22. 12. 2019)

Digital Animation: Young Joo Lee (KR, USA)
Music: Karmina Šilec (SI)
Premiere: 15. 8. 2019, The Drawing Centre, New York

CHOREGIE MODULE 2019

In november we host an award-winning research laboratory with the critically acclaimed choreographer Sidra Bell. The project invites participants into the intimate creative culture and gives the opportunity to dialogue and research with the artistic director through laboratory work and dialogues to deepen their approach to the material and its unique methodology.

Info: carmina.slovenica@guest.arnes.si

New work: STABAT MATER Letters to a son

"Will you be mine?"

For voices, acoustic and electroacoustic instruments

A meditation inspired by Marie Guyart - Mary of the Incarnation (1599 – 1672)

Premiered Brixen, Italy, 11.10.2019

Performed by: Ansambel !Kebataola"

KARMINA ŠILEC NEXT YEAR ON HARVARD

Selected as 2018–2019 Radcliffe Institute Fellow

1.9.18 – 1.6.2019

The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is a unique space within Harvard—a school dedicated to creating and sharing transformative ideas across all disciplines. Each year, the Institute hosts leading scholars, scientists, and artists from around the world in its renowned residential fellowship program. Radcliffe fosters innovative research collaborations and offers hundreds of public lectures, exhibitions, performances, conferences, and other events annually.

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