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Philharmonic Choir sings in Munich

THE CHOIR of the Slovak Philharmonic, led by Marián Vach, is scheduled to perform for a German audience on October 26. The Slovak singers, together with Münchner Rundfunkorchester and Kinderchor der Bayerischen Staatsoper, and under the baton of Claus Peter Flor, will perform a concert version of Der Zigeuneprimas operetta by Imre Emmerich Kálman.


THE CHOIR celebrates composer Imre Emmerich Kálman.
photo: Courtesy of Slovenská Filharmónia

THE CHOIR of the Slovak Philharmonic, led by Marián Vach, is scheduled to perform for a German audience on October 26.

The Slovak singers, together with Münchner Rundfunkorchester and Kinderchor der Bayerischen Staatsoper, and under the baton of Claus Peter Flor, will perform a concert version of Der Zigeuneprimas operetta by Imre Emmerich Kálman. The concert is held on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the composer's death and takes place at the Philhamonie im Gasteig.

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