Jan Bajc Funa, electronics; Gaj Bostič, drums
Level 21 and Druga Godba will host the rarely sighted duo composed of eclectic producer .čunfa and a rising percussion virtuoso Gaj Bostič, promising a contemporary twist on hip-hop instrumentals.
Produkcija MOTA, koproducent CD
Koncertni večer pripravljamo v koprodukciji s Cankarjevim domom. Projekt sofinancira MOL - Oddelek za kulturo ter Ministrstvo za Kulturo. Claro de Asís predstavlja platforma SHAPE, ki jo sofinancira Ustvarjalna Evropa.
Poetry written and performed by: Nina Dragičević
Performed by: Anja Novak, vocals; Žiga Jenko, instruments, electronics
In cooperation with: ŠKUC Association
Dramaturg: Marinka Poštrak
Costume design: Belinda Radulović
Music selection: Darja Hlavka Godina
Language consultant: Barbara Rogelj
Lighting design: Bojan Hudernik
Make-up: Matej Pajntar
Pippi Longstocking: Vesna Slapar
The play is performed in Slovenian with no translation.
The jury of the 48th Week of Slovenian Drama was utterly convinced by the enchanting protagonist of Bigger than All, Pippilotta Rollgardinia Victualia Peppermint Longstocking – or, in short Pippi Longstocking, and nominated the play by award-winning playwright Rok Vilčnik – rokgre for the coveted Grum Award.
Jure Lesar, vocals, guitar; Denis Horvat, various instruments
Slovenian singer, songwriter and musician Jure Lesar was the driving force behind Eskobars, a band with which he released the albums “Eskobars” and “Ni dovolj”. After the group disbanded, Jure began his own music career with the album "Zemljin sin", which was released in 2018. Conveying a clear message of the importance of individual differences, hope and the salvation of a person going through a dark period, Jure Lesar’s music speaks to us with an evocative power, connecting us to our own inner worlds. Announcing the release of his forthcoming album, Jure Lesar’s acoustic concert will feature a blend of his old and new songs. He will be joined on stage by Denis Horvat.
Severa Gjurin, voice, guitar; Gal Gjurin, voice, piano, guitar; Žiga Golob, double bass; Blaž Celarec, percussion, drums; Dejan Lapanja, guitars; Uroš Rakovec, guitar, mandolin
Severa Gjurin, one of Slovenia’s most accomplished singers and songwriters, invites us to a place where the earth opens up to reveal its innermost layers, the delicate recesses of our soul, to share appreciation of beauty and fellow human beings. A deep musical bond exists between Severa and her brother Gal, which they strengthened several years ago by forming the trio Sozvočje with Blaž Celarec. The Mala terasa concert will feature some of Severa’s most famous tracks, including Ali je še kaj prostora tam na jugu?, as well as new self-penned songs to be released on Severa’s forthcoming album.
A music performance for two soloists and an unlimited number of instruments
A music competition that is broadcast live, an arrogant compere and two contestants keen on filling dead air as “the show must go on”.
Written and directed by: Branko Završan
Production: Familja; Co-production: Ljubljana City Theatre
Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Municipality of Ljubljana
From 24 to 28 August 2020 at several locations around Ljubljana, the international festival of art, science and technology Is it working? will present the latest productions of Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory and its partner institutions within the European Art Science Technology Network for Digital Creativity (EASTN-DC). The network strives towards interdisciplinary interpretations of new shifts in the digital paradigm in order to prepare society for the challenges of the future in which digital technologies will enter all aspects of human cognition, perception and activity.
The collaborating transdisciplinary authors from Slovenia and abroad will address – through diverse artistic and research approaches – advanced models of interactivity, multimodality, responsiveness and audience experience. Various formats – from exhibitions, performances, concerts, to presentations, workshops, and an audio walk – will enable visitors, through their active participation, a closer understanding of contemporary research, experiments and artistic methods in the fields of light, audio, interface, kinetic, location and perception technologies.
Yannick Hofmann: Figure-ground Audiovisual performance (live stream)
Dan Wilcox: robotcowboy Audiovisual performance (live stream)
Ansambel PRSA | PRSA Ensemble Audiovisual performance
Jean-Baptiste Arthus: 55h22 Sound performance
Translated and directed by: Samo M. Strelec
Cast: Nataša Barbara Gračner, Vlado Novak
Nataša Barbara Gračner and Vlado Novak in a crime story that, hopefully, is not a mirror of our time.
A story about an individual, individual freedom and the state.
Performed in Slovenian.
Heilig Abend (Christmas Eve) deals with the relationships between an individual and the system, freedom and control, as well as the fear and hope that perhaps things are not what they seem.
Daniel Kehlmann, born in 1975, is a German-language author of both Austrian and German nationality. Kehlmann drew inspiration for Heilig Abend from High Noon, a western by Fred Zinnemann, the Edward Snowden arrest and November 2015 Paris attacks.
A Christmas Eve charged with convivial atmosphere, embraces full of festive cheer. However, reality rears its ugly head in another corner of life. A man and a woman keep glancing at their watches as the tension between them mounts. A nerve-racking story gradually unfolds, thrilling the audiences with its universal resonance and acute sense of urgency.
Heilig Abend is a well-devised piece. Whilst structured as an intrigue, the rising action and denouement reveal such complexity that the questions what, when, how and, primarily, whether at all, are asked slowly, and the answers are neither straight nor clear.