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BRATISLAVA

LIVE MUSIC: Vidiek. Lively show by the quintet with catchy songs about life in rural Slovakia.
Starts: Jan 25 at 19:30. Tickets: Sk99. Fajn club Bratislava, Záhorská Bystrica (bus 37).

CLASSICAL CONCERT: Musica Aeterna. The concert introduces less famous sons of famous fathers, such as Michael Haydn and Johann Christian Bach, whose music defied the strict rules of the classic style.
Starts: Jan 22 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk80 from the foyer of the Slovak Philharmonic, Palackého 2. Tel: 02/5443-3351.

EXHIBITION: Family album.sk. Works by 34 Czech and Slovak photographers document the development of Slovakia between 1989 and 2001. Curator of the exhibition is Colin Jacobson.
Open 8:00-16.00 until February 3. Admission: free. Umelecká beseda (Art Union), Dostojevského rad 2. Tel: 02/6280-1474. www.photodocument.sk

EXHIBITION: Suite Europa 2002. Spanish and Latin-American artists introduce new techniques in the reproduction of art works exhibited as 36 digital prints (60x45cm).
Open daily except Mon 10:00-18:00 until Jan 30. Admission Sk60. Danubiana - Meulensteen Art Museum, Čuňovo. Tel: 0903/605-505. www.danubiana.sk.

EXHIBITION: Martin Borodáč. Paintings from a young Slovak painter who has exhibited in the United States, France, Austria and Croatia.
Open daily except Mon 10:00-18:00 until February 3. Admission: free. Dom plynárov, Drevená 4 (behind Hotel Fórum). Tel: 02/5441-6103.

EXHIBITION: Cultural Meetings - from West to East. An exhibition of paintings and sculpture from China, Armenia, Slovakia and Czech Republic.
Open daily except Sun 12:00-18:00 until February 17. Admission: free. Z Gallery, Zichy's Palace, Ventúrska 9. Tel: 02/5443-1681.

EXHIBITION: Six from Sixties. Six works created by leading Slovak and Czech artists during the 1960s.
Open daily except Mon 10:00-18:00 until Feb 24. Admission Sk15 - 60. Dvorana Ministerstva Kultúry (Culture Ministry's Hall), Nám. SNP 33. Tel: 02/5443-2081.


WEST SLOVAKIA

FOLK CONCERT: Dulcimer Music from Myjava. As well as typical Myjava folk music, the band plays well-known Slovak dance folk songs.
Starts: Jan 22 at 19:30. Tickets: Sk150. Congress Hall of the Social Centrum at the Piešťany spa, Piešťany. Tel: 033/7752-150.

CLASSICAL CONCERT: Cappella Istropolitana. The Bratislava chamber orchestra featuring violoncellist Boris Bohó plays Slovak and international composers.
Starts: Jan 26 at 19:30. Tickets: Sk200. Congress Hall of the Social Centrum at the Piešťany spa, Piešťany. Tel: 033/7752-150.

EXHIBITION: Distance War. An exhibition of plastic aeroplane models made 60 years after the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Open daily except Mon 9:00-16:00 until mid-February. Admission: Sk5 - 10. Trenčianske múzeum, Mierové nám. 46, Trenčín. Tel: 032/7434-431.

EXHIBITION: Twenty Years of Occasional Stamps. Fero Horniak exhibits his designs for special occasion stamps.
Open Tue-Fri 8:00-17:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00 until February 3. Admission Sk10. Ponitrianske múzeum, Štefánikova trieda 1, Nitra. Tel: 037/7419-771.

EXHIBITION: Masques, Demons and Clowns. A photographic exhibition offers an insight into Moravian and Eastern Czech winter traditions.
Open daily Tue - Fri 8:00 - 18:00, Sat - Sun 11:00 - 17:00 until February 28. Admission: Sk3 - 20. Západoslovenské múzeum. Múzejné námestie 3, Trnava. Tel: 033/5512-913.


CENTRAL SLOVAKIA

LIVE MUSIC: Groove Quartet. The Slovak band plays funk music.
Starts: Jan 23 at 19:30. Tickets: Sk100 - 130. Jazz club at Smädný mních, Dolná 20, Banská Bystrica.
Starts: Jan 23 at 19:30. Tickets: Sk100 - 130. Jazz club at Smädný mních, Dolná 20, Banská Bystrica. www.jazzclub.sk

CLASSICAL CONCERT: Pianist Matej Arendárik led by Mário Košík performs works by Maurice Ravel, Ludwig van Beethoven and Joseph Haydn.
Starts: Jan 24 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk50 - Sk100. Dom umenia Fatra, Dolný val 47, Žilina. Tel: 041/5620-979.

EXHIBITION: Etsuko Obata. Landscapes and still lives the Japanese artist carves out of the pine wood can cost up to $40,000.
Open Tue-Fri 9:00-17:00, Sat-Sun 10-16 until February 17. Admission Sk7 - 40. Štátna galéria (State Gallery), Nám. Štefana Moyzesa 25, Banská Bystrica. Tel: 048/4124-864.

EXHIBITION: Turn About Ahead. Ján Hoffstädter's exhibition consists of several pieces tied together by a central theme.
Open daily 9:00-16:30 until March 10. Admission Sk3 - 10. Galéria Petra M. Bohúňa, Tranovského 3, Liptovský Mikuláš. Tel: 044/5522-758.


EAST SLOVAKIA

LIVE MUSIC: Szidi Tobiasz. Slovak actress and singer performs chansons.
Starts: Jan 23 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk80. Agentúra Ges, Nám. L. Novomeského 13. Košice. Tel: 055/7299-211.

CLASSICAL CONCERT: Solo Accordian Concert. Internationally renowned Slovak musician Vladimír Košík performs international composers.
Starts: Jan 24 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk50. Agentúra Ges, Nám. L. Novomeského 13, Košice. Tel: 055/7299-211.

EXHIBITION: (20 + 1). An exhibition of works made by schools and organised by DRAK, a civil association representing human rights for children.
Open Tue, Wed and Thur 9:00-17:00 until February 3. Admission Sk10 - 20. Východoslovenská galéria, Hlavná 27, Košice. Tel: 055/6221-187 (8).

EXHIBITION: Ceramics. Ceramic works by Slovak artist Antónia Brostlová.
Open Mon-Sat 9:00-17:00, Sun 9:00-13.00 until February 4. Admission free. Východoslovenské múzeum, Nám. maratónca mieru 2, Košice. Tel: 055/6223-061.

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