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Top Pick: Voices of Bahá - International Choir brings act to Bratislava

Currently touring in Israel, Voices of Bahá is an internationally renowned choir of 100 Americans and 50 Europeans. On March 25 at 19:00, the group will bring their act to Bratislava's Slovenský rozhlas (the upside-down pyramid).
Voices of Bahá will be accompanied by the Slovak Symphonic Radio Orchestra and will perform a dazzling blend of music ranging from classical choir pieces to gospel and ethnic world-music.
Led by conductor Tom Price, Voices of Bahá held their very first performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1992. Since then they have performed mainly around Russia, where Russian Television and Russian Radio regularly broadcast live performances throughout the country.


Voices of Bahá will perform gospel and ethnic world-music in Bratislava on March 25.
Photo: Courtesy of Voices of Bahá

Currently touring in Israel, Voices of Bahá is an internationally renowned choir of 100 Americans and 50 Europeans. On March 25 at 19:00, the group will bring their act to Bratislava's Slovenský rozhlas (the upside-down pyramid).

Voices of Bahá will be accompanied by the Slovak Symphonic Radio Orchestra and will perform a dazzling blend of music ranging from classical choir pieces to gospel and ethnic world-music.

Led by conductor Tom Price, Voices of Bahá held their very first performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1992. Since then they have performed mainly around Russia, where Russian Television and Russian Radio regularly broadcast live performances throughout the country.

Besides Russia, the group has staged their performances in major European cities such as London, Paris and Frankfurt as well as in Asian countries like Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Voices of Bahá is coming to Bratislava to record a new album with the Slovak Symphonic Radio Orchestra. The choir selected Slovakia after investigating several recording possibilities in different central-European countries such as the Czech republic and Hungary.

The profits of many of the choir's concerts go to charity organisations like UNESCO and UNICEF.

Concert on March 25. Starts at 19:00. Slovenský rozhlas. Mýtna 1, Bratislava. Tickets: 50 Sk at the door or at IBS, Klariská 7. Tel: 5441 9294. For more information check out he web-site: www.bahai.sk/koncert.

Andrea Chalupová

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