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Festival: The 45th annual Košická Hudobná Jar (Košice Musical Spring) festival features a series of classical concerts dedicated to composers from the past. Czech composer Antonín Dvořák's requiem ends this year's festival.
June 2 at 19:00 Dom umenia, Moyzesova 66.
Admission: 170 - 250 Sk. Tel: (095) 62 272 16, 62 207 63.
Exhibition: Premenlivá tvár Košíc (The changing face of Košice).
May 3 to July 2 Východoslovenské múzeum, Hviezdoslavova 3.
Admission: 5-20 Sk. Tel: (095) 62 230 61.


Maiden Bystrica: Legendary British heavy metal band Iron Maiden will rock the Banská Bystrica amphitheatre June 6 with English group Dirty Deeds.
Admission: 590 Sk. Starts at: 20:00 Tickets available at Dr. Horák, Medená 19, Bratislava, 07/5443 5667 or at Dr. Horák Artforum, Kozia 20, Bratislava, 07/5441 7232, or at horak@drhorak.sk
Information: www.ironmaiden.com, www.drhorak.com
Rarity: Transvestite and Laser Disco Show. No telling what might happen.
June 9 at 19:00. Estrádna sála Dom kultúry, Námestie slobody.
Tickets: 150 Sk. Tel: (088) 16 186.


Art Exhibition: 180 "Sensational Overpaintings" combining self-portraits and the bible by Austria's best known contemporary painter, Arnulf Rainer.
Kunstforum 1, Freyung 8 May 5 - Aug 8. Open daily 10:00-18:00, Wed 10:00-21:00.
Information: www.kunstforumwien.at
Exhibition: The life and work of modern dance choreographer and performer Merce Cunningham.
Arthouse 20-er Haus in Schweizergarten, Arsenaistrasse 1. Open Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00.

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