23.6. Concert of the students of the Koper High School for the Arts
The programme is not known yet.
30.6. Matutina Orchestra and Ave Chamber Choir
Gregor Klančič, conductor
Blaž Ogrič, horn
Programme: G. Tartini, U. Krek, A. Vivaldi
7.7. Håkon Austbø, pianoforte
Programme : E. Grieg, M. Ravel, A. Skrjabin, O. Messiaen
14.7. Apollon string quartet
Samanta Škorja, clarinet
Programme: G. Tartini, W. A. Mozart, A. Dvořak
21.7. SiBrass brass quintet
Programme: J. S. Bach, J. Handl – Gallus, J. K. Dolar, T. Albinoni, V. Evald, U. Krek, L. Bernstein
28.7. Coline Marie Orliac, harp, Stefano Marra, tenor
Programme: F. Chopin, F. P. Tosti, C. Saint-Saens, S. Cardillo, R. Leoncavallo
4.8. Črtomir Šiškovič, violin, Luca Ferrini, cemballo
Programme: G. Tartini, P. Bini, A. Morigi
PIRAN MUSICAL EVENINGS
The fact that the Piran Music Evenings are a quality complement to cultural events in the wider Slovenian area is evidenced by their long life journey today. The design of the cycle dates back to the spring of 1978, when the beautiful architecture of the ancient city of Piran and whose beauty they wanted to connect with music and offer it as a harmony of two arts.
The cross corridor of the Minorite monastery in Piran was an ideal ambience connecting architecture with the music that sounded there more than 300 years ago with the musical efforts of a young compatriot, later world violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini.
The artistic committee was led by Bača Šramel Justin and so the first chamber concert in Piran sounded on July 13, 1979 with the performance of the Tartini Trio.
Organised by: Portorož – Portorose Auditorium