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Western SLOVAKIA

(Source: Courtesy of Ponte Pardo)

Western SLOVAKIA

Bratislava
CONCERT:
PONTE Pardo is a group that plays and dances in the Flamenco style. On November 29 at 19:00, they will give a “Flamenco Party” with guest Aneta Suchomelová (CZ) on palmas and dancing. The after party will be in Latino style, too. The performance takes place in Hlava 22 in Bazová 9 in Bratislava and tickets cost €4 (in advance, booking 0911/193-382) and €8 (on site). More information at www.hlava22.sk and predpredaj.zoznam.sk/sk/ listky/510/flamenco-party-kapelky-ponte%20pardo.

Bratislava
CLASSICAL MUSIC:
The concert of Cycle R – meant for families – of the Slovak Philharmonic offers the body conducted by Leoš Svárovský, as well as The PaCoRa Trio (Stanislav Palúch, violin; Mar-cel Comendant, cimbalom; and Róbert Ragan, bass) playing their compositions as well as the Sweet Georgia Brown by Maceo Pinkard.
Starts: Nov 30, 16:00; Concert Hall, Reduta, E. Suchoňa Square 1. Admission: €19, €2 for children under 15. Tel: 02/ 2047-5233; www.filharmonia.sk.

Bratislava
JAZZ:
Gypsy Jazz Festival 2013 – The third edition of the jazz festival organised by Milo Suchomel will introduce his project Milo Suchomel Orchestra (SK-CZ), as well as Melanie Bong – vocals (Germany), Gail Anderson – vocals (US) and Rock Margitza – saxophone (US) and H & G factory featuring Soweto Kinch.
Starts: Nov 28, 19:00; Loft music club, Továrenská 14. Admission: €15-€19. Tel: 02/5293-3321;www.ticketportal.sk.

Bratislava
CLASSICAL MUSIC:
The seventh year of the chamber cycle offers music of Ilja Zeljenka, Brahms, Jevgenij Iršai, Tchai-kovsky, Massenet and Ján Cikker will be performed by Jozef Fupšo on violin, Filip Guten on violin, Rihey Hirono (JAP) on violin and Vladimír Hollý on piano.
Starts: Nov 27, 19:00; Ján Cikker Museum, Fialkové ú-dolie 2. Admission: €3-€5. Tel: 0918/471-225;
www.jan-cikker.org.

Bratislava
FILM:
Film Mage Federico Fellini – A retrospective of mo-vies by the legendary Italian film-maker commemorates the 20th anniversary of his death, opening with Nights of Cabiria, which stars his equally famous wife, Giulietta Masina.
Starts: Nov 25 – Dec 1; Lu-miére Cinema, Špitálska 4. Admission: €4. Tel: 0917/105- 882 or visit www.aic.sk/aic/ kino-lumiere.

Bratislava
BLUES:
Folk – Blues Session 2013 – This music festival focuses mainly on the early genres and styles of blues, introducing Slovak bands and one Czech group.
Starts: Nov 30, 18:30; DK Lúky, Vígľašská 1. Admission: €7.50 (in advance) - €10. Tel: 02/6383-5404; www.kzp.sk.

Nitra
LIVE MUSIC:
H & G Factory featuring Soweto Kinch (UK) – Slovak band (Dávid Hodek, drums, Tomáš Gajlík, piano, Tomi Heilig, bass) with DJ Angel and guest, saxophonist and rapper Soweto Kinch, playing a fusion of hip-hop, rhythm & blues, jazz and electronic music.
Starts: Nov 27, 20:30; Music a Cafe, Akademická 1/A. Admission: €3. More info: www.acafe.sk.

Central SLOVAKIA

Žilina
BALLET:
Vianočné Hviezdy – Christmas Stars – This gala event offers classical, neo-classical and modern styles of ballet, performed by stars of three big ballet centres, the English National Ballet, the Vienna State Opera and the Prague National Theatre, with special guests Daria Klimentova and Vadim Muntagirov, lead principal dancers of the English National Ballet.
Starts: Dec 1, 19:00; House of Unions, Antona Bernoláka 51. Admission: €25. Tel: 041/ 7232-064; www.domodborovza.sk.

Brezno
JAZZ:
Veronika Harcsa – The Hungarian jazz diva comes to play her new songs with Bálint Gyemant.
Starts: Nov 25, 20:00; Bom-bura klub, M. R. Štefánika Square 16. Tel: 0905/347-415; www.ticket-art.sk,
www.bombura.sk.

Banská Štiavnica
EXHIBITION:
Kristína R. Mésároš – Pod Povrchom – Under the Surface – This exhibition shows mainly new works of this Slovak painter, exploring new facets of her favourite motif, water.
Open: Thurs – Mon 13:00- 19:00 until Dec 9; Schemnitz Gallery, A. Sládkoviča 53/2. Ad-mission: voluntary. Tel: 0905/ 939-785; www.schemnitz.sk.

Eastern SLOVAKIA

Košice
MUSICAL:
Móric Beňovský – The premiere of a new Slovak musical about legendary traveller and adventurer Benyovszky, authored by Milan Antol, Vladimír Krausz and Adrián Harvan and conducted by Igor Dohovič. It features 70 performers and a large live orchestra.
Starts: Nov 29, 19:00; State Theatre Košice (SDKE), Hlavná 58. Admission: €4-€15. Tel: 055/2452-269 (daytime), 055/ 2452-260 (evenings); www.sdke.sk.

Prešov
LIVE MUSIC:
Bílé Vánoce Lucie Bílé – The White Christmas of Lucie Bílá – Czech singer, producer and actress Lucie Bílá makes a winter tour across Slovakia, playing both old and new material.
Starts: Nov 27, 19:00; St Nicolas Con-cathedral, Hlav-ná Street. Admission: €30 (in advance) - €35. Tel: 02/5293- 3321; www.ticketportal.sk.

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