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RICHARD Müller, a popular Slovak singer, has added another to his two previously planned concerts in Bratislava, as they are both already sold out. The singer, who is currently touring the country with his Richard Müller '03 Tour, will be accompanied by the Ivan Tásler band with a specially enlarged brass section led by saxophonist František Kop. As guests, there will be unconventional Czech singer Iva Bittová, the Kryštof group, and David Dragoun Band. The third concert starts at 19:00 on October 5, at Športová hala na Pasienkoch (Pasienky Sport Hall), Trnavská cesta 29. Tickets cost Sk220. Tel: 02/4445-0034.
photo: Courtesy of Key Art Production

CLASSICAL CONCERT: Graduating Recital - Student Martin Chovanec plays the accordion.
Starts: Sep 30 at 18:00. Admission: free. Mozartova sieň Rakúskeho veľvyslanectva (Mozart Hall at the Austrian Embassy), Ventúrska 10. Tel: 02/5930-1535.

LIVE MUSIC: Modus Reunion Concert - Popular band gets together to play their hit songs from the 1970s and 1980s.
Starts: Oct 3 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk200-250. Klub za zrkadlom, Rovniankova 3. Tel: 02/6381-1328.

EXHIBITION: Sakkara: People, Discoveries - Patrick Chapuis exhibits photographs that he took during a French archaeological mission in Egypt.
Open: Tue-Sun until October 19. Admission: Sk10 and Sk20. Slovenské národné múzeum (The Slovak National Museum), Vajanského nábrežie 2 (entrance through the Museum Cafe). Tel: 02/5934-9122.

EXHIBITION: Kolekcia Pura - Designer Marián Krpelan presents his works.
Open: Mon-Fri 8:00-16:30 until October 23. Admission: free. K.F.A. Gallery, Karpatská Tel: 02/5249-7030.


WESTERN SLOVAKIA


THE ASSOCIATION of Developed Fantasy (SPOROFA) and the Guild of Slovak Ceramicists jointly exhibit at the Malokarpatské Museum in Pezinok. Wooden sculptures by 14 amateur woodcarvers and ceramic artworks by 13 professional ceramicists are displayed in the museum's cellars along with the museum's exhibits of wine tools and inventory. The themes captured in the exhibited artworks, apart from winery, range from vintage to traditional, natural and religious motifs. There are wooden toys, ceramic oil lamps, as well as richly decorated Hutterite jugs. The exhibition runs (Tue-Fri 9:00-12:00 and 13:00-17:00, Sat 9:00-15:00 and Sun 13:00-17:00) until November 16. Malokarpatské museum, which features the history of wine-making in the region under the Small Carpathians, sits in a renaissance vineyard house built in 1638, on M. R. Štefánika 4, Pezinok. For more information call 033/6413-347.
photo: Courtesy of Key Art Production

LIVE MUSIC: Violin Concert - Samuel Mikláš plays works by Bach, Paganini, Wieniawsky, Milhaud, and Gershwin.
Starts: Sep 30 at 18:30. Synagóga (Synagogue), Ulica pri Synagóge, Nitra.

FOLKLORE MUSIC: Lúčnica - The dance and music ensemble's choir sings traditional folk songs.
Starts: Oct 1 at 19:30. Kostol Nanebovzatia Panny Márie (Church of the Assumption of St Mary), Topoľčany.

LIVE MUSIC: Swing Music of the 1930s - Swing orchestra of the Jozef Rosinský Elementary Art School (ZUŠ) performs.
Starts: Oct 1 at 18:00. Admission: free. Ponitrianske museum (Ponitra Museum), Štefánikova tr. 1, Nitra. Tel.: 037/7419-771.

EXHIBITIONS: Amateur artist Jozef Vydrnák presents his graphic works, and Ľudovít Hološka exhibits his project In the Rear-view Mirror simultaneously with sculptor Milan Lukáč.
Open: Tue-Sun 10:00-17:00 until October 12 and October 26, respectively. Admission: Sk5 and Sk10. Galéria Slovenského Naivného Umenia (Slovak Naive Art Gallery), Mierové námes-tie 22, Trenčín.
Tel: 032/7442-245.

EXHIBITION: One + 6 - Local Trenčín painters exhibit.
Open: Tue-Fri 9:00-16:00 until October 15. Trenčianske Múzeum (Trenčín Museum), Mierové nám. 46, Trenčín. Tel: 032/7434-431.

CENTRAL SLOVAKIA:

LIVE MUSIC: Richard Müller '03 Tour - Popular Slovak singer performs with his guests.
Starts: Sep 29 at 19:00. Tickets: Sk250. Výstavisko (The Exhibition Hall - near the Hotel Lux), Banská Bystrica.

LIVE MUSIC: Žilina band HT performs with female quartet Glazy and Czech underground group Znouzecnost.
Starts: Oct 4 at 17:00. Tickets: Sk100-130. Rondel Club, Žilina.


EASTERN SLOVAKIA

EXHIBITION: From Electroscope to Oscilloscope - Display of electrical measuring technologies.
Open: Tue-Fri 8:00-17:00, Sat 9:00-14:00, Sun 12:00-17:00 until October 31. Admission: Sk30. Slovenské technické múzeum (Slovak Technical Museum), Hlavná 88, Košice. Tel: 055/6224-035.

EXHIBITION: The Return of Executioner Mikluš - Installation of wax figures of executioner Mikluš and his victims in the underground torture chamber of Mikluš prison.
Open: Tue-Sat 9:00-17:00, Sun 9:00-13:00 until Dec 31. Admission: Sk30 and Sk10. Miklušova väznica (Mikluš Prison), Pri Miklušovej väznici 8. Košice. Tel: 055/6223-061.

EXHIBITION: Fan and the Fashion - Collection of women's clothing accessories from the 18th to 20th centuries.
Open: Tue-Sat 9:00-17:00, Sun 9:00-13:00 until Oct 31. Admission: Sk30. Východoslovenské múzeum (Museum of Eastern Slovakia), Nám. maratónca mieru 2, Košice. Tel: 055/6223-061.

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