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Marko Hatlak

Artist

In fifteen years of performing solo recitals and sharing the stage in concert with many acknowledged musicians, ensembles, orchestras and conductors, Marko Hatlak successfully built his unique and distinct approach. By using the spoken word on the stage, he is able to more genuinely connect with his audience, thus bringing the musical genres he performs – tango, ethno, baroque and contemporary – closer to the listener.

Marko Hribernik

Artist

Slovenian conductor Marko Hribernik was born into a musical family. He embarked on his music career as a pianist and graduated from the Ljubljana Academy of Music under Prof. Aci Bertoncelj. He received the Student Prešeren Prize in recognition of his achievements in the area of piano performance. In parallel with his piano studies, Hribernik also decided to pursue orchestral conducting, studying first at the Ljubljana Academy of Music under Prof. Anton Nanut, and later at the Vienna University of Music in the class of Prof. Uroš Lajovic, where he graduated with distinction in 2004. He collaborates with all Slovenian orchestras and both national opera theatres. As a conductor, Hribernik takes part in different music festivals at home and abroad. He is assistant professor at the Ljubljana Academy of Music and has conducted numerous productions at the Slovenian National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana (J. Golob, Love Capital; M. Lazar, The Tenth Daughter; Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro; Evergreen; A Man with a Knife/Composition…).

Marko Letonja

Artist

In the 2018/19 season Slovenian conductor Marko Letonja was appointed the principal conductor and music director of the Bremen Philharmonic Orchestra. A conductor renowned for his high-profile international tours, Marko Letonja has been music director of the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra since 2012. He is also artistic director and principal conductor of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra based in Hobart, Australia, and the Basel Symphony Orchestra.

Marko Peljhan

Artist

Artist Marko Peljhan explores the cross-fertilisation of science and technology and creative arts. In 1994, Peljhan founded the art institution Projekt Atol, and co-founded the Ljubljana-based new-media laboratory Ljudmila a year later. He received the 2006 Prešeren Fund Award for his artistic project MakroLab.

Marko Zupan

Artist

Flutist Marko Zupan enjoys a diverse international career as a soloist, chamber artist, orchestral player, improviser, teacher and arranger.

Mart

Artist

The band plays instrumental jazz-rock and similar music genres.

Martin Belič

Artist

Martin Belič performed, among others, with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and, as soloist, with the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra. As soloist, he also performed at venues in Slovenia, Italy and Austria with orchestras such as the Slovenian Radio Orchestra, the Maribor Philharmonic and others. In addition to his many recordings for Slovenian Radio, a new CD with Martin Belič performing the Flute Concerto by Carl Nielsen was released in February 2008. He performed as 2nd flautist between 2007 and 2019 at the Munich Philharmonic orchestra, where he is currently Co. principal flautist.

Martin Ramoveš

Artist

An acclaimed singer-songwriter of the middle generation, Martin Ramoveš is also known as the leader of the rock act Martin Ramoveš Band and a comics artist.

Martina Batič

Artist

Since gaining international exposure in 2006, when she won the Eric Ericson International Competition for Conductors, Martina Batič has worked with the finest professional choirs. In Slovenia she served as artistic director of the Ljubljana Opera Choir and the Slovenian Philharmonic Choir and has recently been appointed music director of the Choir of Radio France.

Mascara Quartet

Artist

Mascara Quartet s svojo melaholično in ekspresivno portugalsko glasbo, imenovano fado, poslušalca popelje na glasbeni sprehod po Iberskem polotoku, v Južno Ameriko, na ulice Lizbone, Buenos Airesa…