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2018_Music Centre Slovakia 


Annual Report

  • Year: 
  • Please describe your organization’s activities over the past year, including concerts, commissions, collaborations, publications: 

    Music Centre Slovakia is a centre of documentation, promotion and publishing with nationwide activity, whose mission is to promote Slovak music by organizing concerts with the music of Slovak composers, to publish scores and books on music, to document musical life in Slovakia, and to promote Slovak musical culture at home and abroad.
    Books: Eugen Suchoň - Musictheoretical works, Godárová & Vyhnánek - Music Guide in Bratislava, Miriam Gažová - Darina Laščiaková, Janko Blaho - Songs from Záhorie, Zeljenka - Dialogues and texts, Wasserberger, Matzner, Motyčka - Jazz in Europe
    Scores: Albrecht - Lieder, Wenzel Kallusch - Variations on an original Theme for Clarinet, Variations for double bass, Symphony no. 1, Šamorínsky - Missla posoniensis, Piano works II, Ján Zimmer - Piano piesces for children, J. L. Bella - Complet work (5)
    Main Projects and Activities of Local Relevance:
    - Sunday Matinées in the City Gallery of Bratislava, Mirbach Palace – weekly chamber concerts, including performances of works by many Slovak composers
    - Concerts for schools
    - Young Talents’ Forum – educational project for young artists, contribution of their participation on international competitions or master classes;
    - Concerts at the Slovak Institutes in Europe
    - Jazz concerts – presentation of Slovak jazz musician, especially abroad
    - Feast of Music – event inspired by the Fête de la musique
    - other concerts and artistic performances in Slovakia and abroad – many of them in cooperation with Slovak institutes in the various countries, or as part of music festivals

    Main Projects and Activities of International or European Relevance:
    Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský's International Singing Competition
    - 23nd edition, re-established after 7 years
    - Allegretto Žilina – Central European Music Festival - international festival of young musicians, 29th edition
    Prize of the Festival Allegretto: Niklas Benjamin Hoffmann (conductor)
    Prize of the Audience: Olga Šroubková, husle (Czech republic)
    Prize of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra: Mari Fukumoto, organ (Japan)
    Prize of the Janáček Philharmonic Ostrava: Olga Šroubková, violin (Czech republic)
    Prize of the Mayor of the City of Žilina: Gergely Lukács, tuba (Hungary)

    Music Centre Slovakia is a member of the following international non-government organizations:
    - IAMIC (The International Association of Music Information Centres)
    - ISCM (International Society for Contemporary Music)
    - IAML (The International Association of Music Libraries)
    - ECPNM (European Conference of Promoters of New Music) – Melos-Ethos



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