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Zuzana Vilikovská

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Zuzana Vilikovská has been with The Slovak Spectator since March 2007, working as a translator, news researcher and coordinator of flash news. Before joining The Slovak Spectator, Ms. Vilikovská worked as a proofreader and editor for a book publishing house and a freelance translator. Since 1997 she has been a translator and editor of foreign-language pages for the Sme daily.Ms. Vilikovská graduated from the School of Liberal Arts of Comenius University in Bratislava.

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Dalai Lama: The change will take a long time but we need to start it now

The Bratislava public lecture by Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama, on the afternoon of October 16 was a true stadium-filler, both symbolically and literally.18. Oct 2016, at 23:00

Dalai Lama in Bratislava

Bratislava Jazz Days 2016 for wider groups than just hard-linersPhoto

Jazzman and organiser of the festival Bratislava Jazz Days, Peter Lipa, opened the press conference by noting that these days, there is too much music everywhere and that he personally tends to switch it off.17. Oct 2016, at 14:52

Caro Emerald

Foreigners: Events around Slovakia

Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between October 14 and 22, including multimedia festival, a lot of music - for example top jazz , a cat show, an opera premiere, contemporary dance, or…13. Oct 2016, at 17:10

Tosca in State Opera: L-R Šimon Svitok (Scarpia), Paolo Lardizzone (Cavaradossi), Jolana Fogašová (Tosca)

Bratislava lives 20 years of dancePhoto

Slovak festivals are experiencing a period of anniversaries – and one of them is the 20th edition of the Bratislava in Movement event. Its programme is not jam-packed, but rather filled with big names and foreign…30. Sep 2016, at 16:20

Stephen petronio Company: Bloodlines

SNM exhibition shows early Europe divided but also unitedPhoto

The Legacy of Charlemagne exhibition at Bratislava Castle depicts project Europe in the early Middle Ages.27. Sep 2016, at 10:43

The sword from the 11th century, from Krásna nad Hornádom, Slovakia

Theatre festival: Ode to Joy – or the EU’s true facePhoto

The Divadelná Nitra theatre festival, now in its 25th year, focuses on the issue of how modern society in Europe is connected.19. Sep 2016, at 14:29

Aréna Ostrava Chamber Theatre - Hearing / Slyšení
Dance workshops livened up the festival.

Konvergencie 2016: between Shostakovich and FloydPhoto

The music festival Konvergencie, is known for some of the finest selections of chamber music on one hand, while also presenting cross-over concerts and performances.13. Sep 2016, at 7:00

Isabelle van Keulen

Foreigners: Events in Bratislava

Tips for performances and other events in the capital between September 9 and 18, including a number of festivals and markets.7. Sep 2016, at 21:19

Peter Lipa.

Foreigners: Events around Slovakia

Tips for performances and other events in the Slovak regions between September 9 and 18, including music, a pottery festival, an organ recital, an adventure film fest, exhibitions and more.7. Sep 2016, at 20:31

Modra's traditional festival of clay.

Slovak ethno music merges with foreignPhoto

The calendar of music festivals in the Slovak capital has been enhanced with a new addition, called The World Music Festival.6. Sep 2016, at 6:40

Kevin Seddiki & Bijan Chemirani

Sixty years of visual art in a nutshellPhoto

Each year, some parts of Italian art come to Slovakia within the Dolce vitaj festival; this time, Viva Italia! presents 60 years of modern art.16. Aug 2016, at 6:00

The big room of Viva Italia! in GMB

Gracefulness of mortuaries restored and shownPhoto

Mortuaries, or relics connected with the deceased, need not be necessarily morbid or dark – they can be very decorative and bear a lot of information, as an exhibition of SNM shows.18. Jul 2016, at 11:28

Mortuaries appeal to both experts and lay public.

European stars on “the Blue Danube”Photo

Among the impressive environment on a Danube island near Bratislava, an exhibition suggests an answer to what Joan Miró and the CoBra artistic movement have in common.12. Jul 2016, at 17:17

Grandson of Joan miró, Joan Punyet Miró, explains works of his ancestor in Danubiana.

Festival hailing music “comes out”, opens presidencyPhoto

The festival Viva Musica promises several changes in its 12 th year expansion, a host of outdoor concerts for everyone – and also the opening concert of the Slovak presidency of the Council of EU.8. Jul 2016, at 7:05

The Viva Europa! concert started impressively.

Slovak art dabbles in diversity (Spectacular Slovakia - travel guide)Plus

Admirers of Andy Warhol might have already marked Slovakia on their map since the king of pop art was of Ruthenian origin and his mother Júlia Warholová was born in the village of Miková, eight kilometres from…1. Jul 2016, at 12:30

 Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum

Experimental opera, Baroque and exotic dance enliven SND

Bratislava theatre-goers, both locals and visitors, get a chance each year to get a taste of other productions and enhance their connoisseurship.15. Jun 2016, at 16:44

Anti-formalistic Rayok of the National Theatre Prague

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