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LIVE MUSIC: Cycle of Chansons - Ria Ferčáková together with the Ahaswer group performing live.
Starts August 26 at 20:00. Tickets: Sk50. Koncertná sieň Klarisky (Klarisky Concert Hall), Farská 4. Tel: 02/5443-2942.

CLASSICAL MUSIC: Chamber Concert - American Stephen Stubbs and Slovak Miloš Valent play baroque music from different composers.
Starts August 29 at 20:00. Tickets: Sk70. Zrkadlová sieň Primaciálneho paláca (Primatial Palace Hall of Mirrors), Primaciálne nám. 1. Tel: 02/5443-2942.

LIVE MUSIC: Shores - Polish musicians play provocative combination of jazz and folk songs.
Starts September 1 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk70. Koncertná sieň Klarisky (Klarisky Concert Hall), Farská 4. Tel: 02/5443-2942.

EXHIBITION: Contact(s) - Photographs by Ladislav Bielik from August 1968 documenting the invasion of Czechoslovakia by Warsaw Pact troops in Bratislava.
Open: Tue-Fri 11:00-18:00 until September 15. Admission: Sk25. Umelecká beseda, Dostojevského rad 1.

EXHIBITION: Igor Minárik - Selected works from the painter's latest jazz-inspired period.
Open: Tue-Fri 11:00-18:00, Sat-Sun 11:00 - 17:00 until September 8. Admission: free. Galéria Slovenskej sporiteľne (Slovenská Sporiteľňa Gallery), Zelená 2. Tel: 02/5443-1492.


LIVE MUSIC: Country Lodenica - Open-air festival of country music with performances by Slovak and Czech groups and musicians.
Starts August 29 at 17:00 and August 30 and 31 at 11:00. Tickets: Sk260-500. Piešťany Lodenica (ship yard) camp, Piešťany. 033/7720-891.

CLASSICAL MUSIC: Trnava Cultural Summer - Peter Dvorský, Eva Blahová, Jozef Malík performing various works.
Starts August 31 at 20:00. Tickets: Sk200. Kostol Sv. Jakuba (St. Jacob's Church), Františkánska ulica, Trnava. Tel: 033/5906-110.

LIVE MUSIC: Mango Molas - Performance of Slovak band playing pop and funky tunes at the Cultural Summer Festival.
Starts August 30 at 19:00. Admission: free. Mierové námestie, Trenčín. Tel: 032/7433-505.

EXHIBITION: Tribute to Mikuláš Galanda - Selection from Slovak artist's paintings and drawings.
Open: Tue-Sun 10:00-19:00 until September 8. Admission: Sk20. Galéria M. A. Bazovského (M. A. Bazovský Gallery), Palackého 27, Trenčín. Tel: 032/7436-858.


EXHIBITION: Paintings and graphic - Presentation of current art works by Warsaw educators.
Open: Tue-Fri 10:00-17:00, Sat, Sun 10:00-16:00 until Sebtember 12. Admission: Sk20. State Gallery, Námestie Štefana Moyzesa 25, Banská Bystrica. Tel: 048/ 412-6208.

FESTIVAL: Slnohrad 2002 - Festival, dedicated to Dežo Ursíni, offers music by the most famous bands in Slovakia.
Starts: Aug 30 at 15:00 until August 31. Admission: Sk260. Vígľaš Castle, Vígľaš. Tel: 048/4151-335.


EXHIBITION: Sára & Jan Saudek - Artistic photography by two world-known Czech artists.
Open: Tue-Fri 10:00-18:00, Sat 11:00-18:00, Sun 14:00-17:30 until September 8. Admission: Sk20. Hlavná 27, Košice. Tel: 055/6221-187.

CONCERT: Organ concert - Hungarians Matuz Chilla and Marian Szitasof show their talent.
Starts: Aug 27 at 20:00. Admission: Sk50. Basilica of St. Egídius, Radničné námestie, Bardejov. Tel: 054/4723-253.

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