... 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 ...
Carmina Slovenica with Toxic Psalms in New York
January 6-13, 2015
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The ultimate experience at the Prototype festival
5 performances in the famous St. Ann’s Warehouse
Presentations at the APAP NYC
Prototype is the premier festival of ‘visionary music-theatre’ works and a pioneer in its field. This leading festival of its kind in the USA is a co-production of Beth Morrison Projects and HERE, two leaders in the creation and presentation of contemporary, post-classical, multi-disciplinary opera-theatre and music-theatre work.
Our project When the mountain changed its clothing wiis being performed at Melbourne Festival in Australia, from 23rd to 28th October 2014.
When the mountain changed its clothing draws its inspiration from the Resian folk song Da Pa Ćanynu, reflecting the seasonal changes on the mountain of...
Carmina Slovenica performance at the opening of Lent Festival
On Friday, June 20th, 2014 at 21.30pm, Carmina Slovenica opened the Lent Festival!
Balkan music is seductive and hardly ever leaves the listener untouched. Balkanika does not merely touch you, it strongly embraces you. The body responds – with a smile perhaps or swaying with the...
We firmly stepped into the year 2014, the year of the jubilee in which Carmina Slovenica celebrates its 50 years of existence. On that wonderful occasion, a monography and exhibition are being in the making, as well as an open singing lessons and workshops and other various events. Last but not least, a new CD with the most recognizable and resounding songs performed over the last years is going to be published.
You are kindly welcomed to join us at the Tehilim concert − The concert of Jewish music, inspired by Haggada. The Carmina Slovenica Concert Choir is going to bring it about on May 14, 2014, at 00 pm, in the Synagogue of Goriza.
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