Slovak Philharmonic starts new season

THE NEW season of the Slovak Philharmonic (SF) will officially open October 31 with the Ceremonial Opening Concert led by Peter Altrichter, and will feature works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Robert Schumann, and Franz Schubert.

THE NEW season of the Slovak Philharmonic (SF) will officially open October 31 with the Ceremonial Opening Concert led by Peter Altrichter, and will feature works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Robert Schumann, and Franz Schubert.

From the start of the season, the SF orchestra will work under the baton of new conductor, Jiří Bělohlávek, a leading Czech artist, who is one of the world's most renowned conductors. Bělohlávek will closely cooperate with two young conductors - Rastislav Štúr and Tomáš Hanus.

The SF's 55th concert season will bring a handful of interesting concerts: the Concert Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Founding of Musica Aeterna, the Opening Concert to the Jubilee 55th Season, the Concert Hommage a Bohdan Warchal, the Easter Concert, and the Concert to the Ending of the Second World War.

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