Don't miss the Bratislava Music Festival!

The Bratislava Music Festival will hit the capital from September 25 to October 9. Organized by the Slovak Philharmonic and the National Music Centre, the Festival will fill evenings in the city with the strains of classical music of prestigious soloists, choirs and orchestras. Eight foreign orchestras will be among those performing in the Reduta building and the Slovak National Theatre.


The Petersen Quartet will be performing at the Festival.
The Slovak Philharmonic

The Bratislava Music Festival will hit the capital from September 25 to October 9. Organized by the Slovak Philharmonic and the National Music Centre, the Festival will fill evenings in the city with the strains of classical music of prestigious soloists, choirs and orchestras. Eight foreign orchestras will be among those performing in the Reduta building and the Slovak National Theatre.

This year's event will present works that have not been in the Festival's repertoire for decades. Opening on the 90th anniversary of the birth of the great Slovak composer Eugen Suchoň, the Festival celebrates masterpieces of Slovak music, as well as the debuts of two young Slovak conductors, Jiři Hatrík and Ivan Zeljenka . The Bratislava Festival, famous for its brilliant vocalists, will be one of the most exciting events of the classical music season in Slovakia.

Tickets are available at the Ticket Office, Michalská 10, Tel.: 07-5334-558, or at The Slovak Philharmonic, Palackého 2, Tel.: 07-5333-351.

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