This Week

MONDAY - 10

CLASSICAL MUSIC: Greenway Festival Singers. The Klarisky Concert Hall hosts this professional American choir led by conductor Judith Clurman. Tickets 90 Sk. Starts at 19:00. Koncertná sieň Klarisky (Klarisky Concert Hall), Farská 4. Tel: 5443 2942.


TUESDAY - 11

LIVE MUSIC: Babylon. Covering acts such as Led Zeppelin, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Metallica, this Bratislava band will rock Aligátor pub. Admission free. Starts at 20:00. Aligátor, Laurinská 7. Tel: 5441 8611.


WEDNESDAY - 12

MUSICAL: Hair. Another chance to see Czech director Miloš Forman's famous musical about American hippies during the Vietnam war. Tickets: 30 Sk. Starts at 20:00. Filmclub Nostalgia, Stavebná fakulta, Starohorská 2. Tel: 5296 1713.


THURSDAY - 13

EXHIBITION: Glass Plastic Art. French-Slovak glassmaker Ján Zoričák displays arresting glass art resembling colourful fireworks. Admission free. Open daily, except Mon 10:00-18:00. Galery SPP, Dom Plynárov, Drevená 4. Tel: 5441 6103. Exhibition runs till August 13.


FRIDAY - 14

3-DAY SEMINAR IN ENGLISH: Five Rhythms of G. Roth: Dutch dance therapy which claims to be the fastest way to free your mind. Course fee: 2,000 Sk (book in advance). Moving studio, Údernícka ulica 5, Petržalka. Tel: 0903 256 335.


SATURDAY - 15

CONCERT: Solid Magic Band. A summer performance right on the Danube embankment features music from the 70s to the 90s. Admission free. Park Kultúry a oddychu PKO (Culture and Leisure Park), Nábrežie L. Svobodu 3. Tel: 5441 5826.


SUNDAY - 16

CLASSICAL MUSIC: Universitas Cantat 2000. Antonín Dvořák's Stabat mater, op.58, sung by international soloists at St Martin's Cathedral. Admission 120 Sk. Starts at 20:00. Dóm sv. Martina, Rudnayovo námestie. Tel: 5443 2942

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