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Slavko Avsenik passed away

The 86-year-old legendary accordion player and composer Slavko Avsenik, one of the most prolific ambassadors of Slovene music died on 2 July.


35th anniversary of Laibach

The acclaimed Slovenian group Laibach celebrated its jubilee on Saturday 4 July at their traditional location, Trbovlje, where the group staged two evening concerts.


Jazz Slovenia 2015 - Time to Improvise

SIGIC recently published a new compilation Jazz Slovenia 2015 - Time to Improvise.


Free Classics

Free Classics are chamber music concerts which will guide you to the fantastic world of classical music.


Digitised musical materials

Extensive collection of digitized musical material is available


MENT Ljubljana, 4th - 6th February 2015

MENT brings together music, art, creativity and media technology, merging and debating them. It takes full advantage of its geo-strategic position, showing pride in its small, yet unique, vibrant and diverse local scene, and showcasing carefully selected high-profile international guests and new music talent "from the Balkans to the Baltic and beyond". The Kino Šiška - AKC Metelkova mesto – Club K4 axis, combining 8 stages, will host more than 50 artists.


Slovenia @ Waves Vienna 2014

This time, Slovenia is sending three Slovenian performers to the international music festival and conference Waves Vienna.


St. Stanislav’s Youth Choir of the Episcopal Classical Secondary School Ljubljana won first prize at the prestigious International Choral Kathaumixw festival in Canada

St. Stanislav's mixed youth choir performed under the direction of Slovene composer and conductor Damijan Močnik and was awarded the first prize at the international choral competition Ḵathaumixw 2014 in Powell River.


Summer festivals offer an array of classical music events across Slovenia

In addition to Ljubljana's central cultural event, the 62nd edition of Ljubljana Festival, which annually invites the most renowned Slovene and foreign artists to perform on Ljubljana stages, many other summer festivals are taking place in the capital and elsewhere in Slovenia, among them the international music festival Imago Sloveniae, Maribor's Lent Festival and Maribor Festival as well as Bled and Velenje festivals and the Piran Musical Evenings in the coastal region of Primorska.


Early music festivals Radovljica and Brežice

The two main Slovenian early music festivals will offer a wide range of early music from medieval to baroque pieces as well as 20th-century works performed by professional musicians at different venues, mostly castles and churches, important sites of Slovenian architectural and cultural heritage.

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