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Alo!Stari

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Alo!Stari is a skate punk band from Maribor, active since 2019. Their songs are presented in local dialect.

Alya

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Slovenian pop singer Alya was unanimously named singer of the year by the press in 2004. Her song ‘Sedam dana na moru’ (Seven days at sea) was nominated for the MAC (Music Award Ceremony) in the category of best song by a female singer in 2019.

Amael Piano Trio

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Founded in October 2000, the Amael Piano Trio has solidified its international reputation with widely-heralded festival appearances (Forfest in Kroměříž, Spectrum Festival in Munich, Mask Fest in San Marino, Grieg Festival in Bergen, Nuovi Spazi Musicali in Rome, Foyer européen in Luxembourg, Kolarac Podium of Chamber Music in Belgrade, etc.) and concerts at prestigious venues, including Carnegie Hall in New York and London’s The Forge Music and Arts Venue. Dedicated to promoting their country’s composers internationally, the trio’s repertoire regularly includes contemporary Slovenian works.

Amaya

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Maja Keuc, aka Amaya, is a Slovenian singer who finished in 13th place at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.

Ambrož Čopi

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Hailing from the Primorska region, Ambrož Čopi is primarily noted for his work as a composer of choral music, an educator, organizer and an indefatigable choral conductor. He is the ‘father’ of the first edition of the Aegis Carminis Choral Competition and Festival (2019).

Ana Čop

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Ana Čop, Slovenian singer based in Graz/Austria, combines her diverse musical background with current influences. Her compositions and performances display a strong foundation of jazz tradition blended with characteristics of folk music and poetry, as well as show influences by modern musicians, such as Theo Bleckmann, Norma Winstone, Amira Medunjanin, Klaus Gesing, Brad Mehldau, etc.

Ana Erčulj

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Ana Erčulj graduated in musicology and sociology of culture from the Ljubljana Faculty of Philosophy and in choir conducting with Prof. Sebastjan Vrhovnik at the Ljubljana Academy of Music. She furthered her education at Utrecht University (Netherlands) and at the the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz under Prof. Johannes Prinz. She currently studies orchestral conducting at the Ljubljana Academy of Music under Prof. Marko Letonja and Prof. Simon Dvoršak. The vocal group Gallina and the Chamber Choir of Domžale, which she leads, have debuted several newly composed pieces by Slovenian composers. She also collaborates with both the Ljubljana City Theater and SNT Drama as rehearsal accompanist.

Ana Kravanja

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Ana Kravanja is a member of the group Širom, in which she plays many ethnic and classical instruments as well as new unique handmade instruments. She authors music for theatre productions, movies, animated movies, storytelling performances, poetry recitals, and dance and audio-visual performances. She is the founder of the project Glacies, which uses refrigerator shelves as instruments. Between 2012 and 2016, she created music for 14 calimbas together with Samo Kutin in the duo called Najoua. Her instrument of choice is the violin, on which she has improvised together with several Slovenian and international musicians, dancers and visual artists such as Samo Kutin, Tomaž Grom, Irena Tomažin, Vid & Jošt Drašler, Andrej Fon, Tijana Stanković, Noid, Matija Schellander, Aleksandar Škorić, Henrik Olsson, Susanna Gartmayer, Raphael Roginski, Ryuzo Fukuhara and Lotus Edde Khouri.

Ana Novak

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Ana Novak is a songwriter & violinist from Slovenia, creating mostly acoustic world music inspired by life, nature, fairytales,... She also writes music for theatres, teaches violin and is a permanent member of Slovenian group Noreia.

Ana Pupedan

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The Ana Pupedan group performs regularly at concert venues in Slovenia and abroad and has also engaged their talent in theatre, film and animated film. The band’s musical output features authored music, which is a skillful mix of different music genres and elements of rock, punk, jazz, blues, reggae and hippie.