Bands such as Muzička, Banda and Pacora Trio, also solo singer Katarína Máliková scores well on the European world music scene.
The Little Harbour, which was already shown at Berlinale where it received the Children’s Jury Award, continues its worldwide success.
Slovak films, now successfully screened within the country, have also been shown at foreign festivals with much acclaim.
One of the events which presents diplomatic communities residing in Slovakia to the wider public is the traditional Christmas Bazaar, which focuses on gastronomy and charity.
The Error 2017 festival, unique in Europe, presents theatre of the homeless, disabled or socially disadvantaged people from all over Europe over two days .
The film, which has been nominated to represent Slovakia at the Oscars, has had a successful festival life from the very beginning, as this is already the third award.
The Ars Poetica 2017 festival offers foreign guests as well as local bards, with authors from the UK, Australia/Greece and Nigeria among them.
The Melos-Étos festival of contemporary music brings musical pieces to Slovakia that you normally don’t hear or see.
The tour, part of the autumn edition of the One Day Jazz Festival starting on November 8, brings US musician to five venues in four Slovak cities.
A variety of interesting and award-winning films await audiences at the International Film Festival Bratislava, including these insider tips from organisers.
It is well known that music connects, but this is especially true for the festival of klezmer, which takes place in two intertwined capitals, and which offers the combination of Slovak, Balkan and US musicians.
For the first time, the 22nd year of the Association of Contemporary Theatre Award went also to a project which got massive support from those voting but did not fall into any of the categories.
The One World festival chose the documentary about Islam and migration as its Slovak winner while the audience, on the other hand, chose the documentary about giving birth in Bratislava-based maternity hospitals as…
After the capital, three places in the Bratislava Region – Stupava, Senec and Budmerice - will get to see one piece from the festival of modern visual art that attracted hundreds of thousands.
The traditional feast of jazz music that has also evolved into the weekend to meet among Bratislava locals and visitors has already announced a full programme for the weekend of October 20-22 in the Bratislava…
The festival connecting four Visegrad Countries strives to be a representative anthology of Slovak, Czech, Polish and Hungarian theatre, music and visual art. One of the theatre pieces offered is a performance of…
The film festival organised by a non-profit organisation focusing on foreign aid for those in need, explores the most current trends, phenomena and events through the eyes of Slovak and foreign film-makers, in…