Cantus Ansambl
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The 8th Slowind Spring 2021

13/12/2021
 
 
The 8th Slowind Spring 2021  
The 8th Slowind Spring 2021 Cycle
13.12.2021., Marjan Kozina Hall, Slovenian Philharmonic, Ljubljana, 8 PM 
 
The Cantus Ensemble
Berislav Šipuš, conductor
Vid Veljak, cello
 
 
Krešimir Seletković, Abyss, for chamber ensemble
 
Tomislav Oliver, Asterion, for cello and chamber ensemble
 
Ivana Kiš, na na na na, for chamber ensemble, the first performance
 
Vito Žuraj, Fired up
 
Berislav Šipuš, Four songs of remembrance for four solo instruments and ensemble 
 
Ruben Radica, Litaniae Sanctorum pro Papa Ioanne Paulo 
 

Cantus Ensemble will be performing in Ljubljana on Monday, December 13. This will be the final concert of "Slowind Spring", the festival organized by the esteemed Slovenian wind quintet Slowind, this year for the eighth time with the festival subtitle Oxygenated perfluorocarbons.

 

Cantus' program will include works by Ruben Radica, Vita Žuraj, Tomislav Oliver, Ivana Kiš, Krešimir Seletković and Berislav Šipuš, who will also be conducting the concert. The composition by Ivana Kiš, na na na na, will have its premiere on that occasion.

 

This visit to Ljubljana is just a part of the season's collaboration between our eminent contemporary music ensemble, which recently celebrated its 20th birthday, and the Slovenian wind quintet Slowind, founded in 1994 and one of the most active Slovenian ensembles for contemporary music. Cantus Ensemble will return the hospitality at the final concert of its season, May 9, 2022, in the Blagoje Bersa Concert Hall in Zagreb - on that occasion Slowind will perform works by Nina Šenk, Vinko Globokar and Larisa Vrhunc, and then the Croatian and Slovenian ensembles will perform together in a new composition written especially for them by Srećko Bradić. Slowind and Cantus also announce the continuation of the collaboration.

 

 

 
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Concert cycle Cantus Ansambl is supported by City of Zagreb and international activities by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.



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