Concert: Baroque Arabesque (AT)

Saturday, 17. 8. 2024 at 19:30

Baroque Arabesque (AT)

Özlem Bulut: soprano
Julia Kainz: violin
Pia Pircher: viola da gamba
Pat Feldner: percussion
Marinka Brecelj (IT): harpsichord, direction


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Access: transport

There are excellent train connections from Celje to Ljubljana and Maribor even in the evening after the concert.

Event programme


Europe, Orient and Sephardi

The ensemble's recently released CD was nominated for an ICMA (International Classical Music Award). They have recently performed at the Konzerthaus Wien and at the Antiqua Bolzano festival, among others. Baroque Arabesque received excellent reviews from prominent media outlets such as Ö1 (Cis Des), Pizzicato and Webclassic, further cementing their reputation as an exceptional band. Baroque Arabesque skilfully weaves together the diverse tapestry of European Baroque, Oriental music, and Sephardic songs to create a captivating and diverse musical experience. Thus, they discover completely new ways of performing baroque music. With a rich imagination and vitality, they wholeheartedly strive for freshness, creativity, and dedication as they explore uncharted musical territories and breathe new life into baroque music fused with oriental influences.


Celje, Narodni dom

The neo-renaissance building of the Narodni dom (literally the Nation's Home) lines a part of the Trg celjskih knezov (The Counts of Celje Square). It was built in 1895-1896 according to the plans of the Czech architect Vladimir Hrasky. During the time of the old Austria, the Celje National House was the cultural and social center of the citizens of Celje, and today it houses the premises of the Municipality of Celje and the Administrative Unit of Celje.