21. 10. 2022

Egon Krák: Angels of heaven

hommage à Josquin Desprez

First performances in Slovakia

Opening concert of the 74th season of the Slovak Philharmonic, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Daniel Raiskin (dir.), Simone Lamsma (vn)

06. 11. 2021

Vladimír Bokes: Te Deum, Op. 93

for soprano, bartione, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Andrea Ľuptáková (s), Tomáš Šelc (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Szymon Bywalec (dir.)

06. 06. 2021

Ľuboš Bernáth: Ambon

program spiritual cantata for soprano, mixed choir and string orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Church of the Most Holy Redeemer – Jesuit Church, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Marianna Gelenekyová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Ewald Danel (dir.)

17. 11. 2019

Ľubica Čekovská: Liberte

for mezzo-soprano, choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Terézia Kružliaková (ms), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Peter Valentovič (dir.)

08. 11. 2018

Iris Szeghy: Ľudstvo

First performances in Slovakia

Žilina, SK

PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Oliver Dohnányi (dir.)

17. 02. 2017

Iris Szeghy: Stabat mater

for mixed choir divided into 3 groups, solo soprano and solo violin

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Juraj Čižmarovič (vn), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

15. 12. 2016

Ján Zimmer: Magnificat, Op. 9

Cantata for mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

19. 02. 2016

Viliam Gräffinger: Slovak Ballads

A cycle of pieces for female choir

First performances in Slovakia

Slovak Philharmonic Choir' 70th Anniversary Jubilee Concert, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Katarína Ďurdinová (s), Katarína Štrossová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Kiril Stoyanov (bat), Peter Kosorín, jr. (bat), Katarína Turnerová (ar), Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

14. 01. 2016

Vladimír Bokes: Missa posoniensis, op. 55

for soli, choir, organ and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Eva Garajová (a), Maxim Kutsenko (t), Martin Gurbaľ (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

03. 09. 2015

Egon Krák: Wayfarers

Melodrama for 2 reciters, mixed choir and symphony orchestra on the Štúr's generation poetry

First performances in Slovakia

St. Mary's Assumption Church, Banská Štiavnica, SK

PERFORMERS: Dušan Jamrich (spk), Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Rastislav Štúr (dir.)

20. 03. 2014

Iris Szeghy: Menschheit (Mankind)

Cantata for soprano, double choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Oliver Dohnányi (dir.), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina

19. 02. 2014

Lukáš Borzík: Credo

for mixed choir

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

19. 02. 2014

Jevgenij Iršai: Epigraphs

Cantata for mixed choir a cappella on the poetry by Arseny Tarkovsky

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

19. 02. 2014

Viliam Gräffinger: In Memoriam

Three motets in memory of my grandfather for mixed choir

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

19. 02. 2014

Jevgenij Iršai: O, Lord!

for mixed choir a capella on the Psalm 23

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

19. 02. 2014

Lukáš Borzík: Sapientia Aeterna

Three short sentences for mixed choir

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)


Premiere of the revised version.

19. 11. 2013

Marek Piaček: Apolloopera

First performances in Slovakia

Small Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Jozef Chabroň (dir.), Marold Langer-Philippsen (réžia)

05. 07. 2013

Egon Krák: Cirillo-Metodiada

Oratorio after Ján Hollý for a speaker, mixed choir and symphony orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Nitra, SK

PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

17. 09. 2010

Roman Berger: Missa pro nobis

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Denisa Šlepkovská (ms), František Kovár (spk), Stanislav Beňačka (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Zsolt Nagy (dir.)

11. 09. 2008

Egon Krák: Missa pro defunctis - requiem

for solo voices, mixed choir, children’s choir, organ and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pressburg Singers, Marta Beňačková (ms), Marián Pavlovič (t), Jozef Benci (b), Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Janka Rychlá (zbm.), Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

24. 09. 2006

Pavol Krška: Te Deum

for solo voices, two mixed choirs and organ

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, The large studio of Slovak radio building, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.), Henrieta Lednárová (s), Denisa Šlepkovská (ms), Otokar Klein (tenor), Daniel Čapkovič (bas), Marianna Gazdíková (org)

02. 03. 2005

Karine Sarkisian: Ave Maria

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.), Stanislav Mucha (vn), Eva Salayová (pf), Marianna Gazdíková (org), Iveta Viskupová (dir.)

23. 02. 2005

Karine Sarkisjan: Ave Maria

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

23. 02. 2005

Ilja Zeljenka: Elegy about the Ring of Youth

Mixed choir on poem fragments of B. I. Antonych

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.)

23. 02. 2005

Juraj Hatrík: Ludibria (Fun)

Cycle of vocal aphorism on the Latin quotations and sayings

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

23. 02. 2005

Peter Breiner: Write me, write...

Two songs for a cappella choir

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

16. 11. 2002

Ivan Hrušovský: Night Of Power

(fragment from symphony)

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Rozehnal (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Peter Feranec (dir.)

01. 10. 2001

Peter Breiner: The Story

Oratorio

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (zbm.), Janka Rychlá (zbm.), Hana Štolfová-Bandová (a), Ľudovít Ludha (t)

18. 02. 1993

Ivan Hrušovský: Cantus de caritate

for SATB choir and piano or organ

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Rozehnal (dir.), Kamila Zajíčková (s), Denisa Šlepkovská (a), Ernest Hudec (tenor), Peter Mikuláš (bas), Imrich Szabó (org), Jozef Skořepa (vn), Eva Salayová (pf)

14. 02. 1989

Hanuš Domanský: Hojana

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Stanislav Mášik (bat), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

14. 02. 1989

Milan Novák: Earth Says

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

14. 02. 1989

Milan Novák: Bread

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

14. 02. 1989

Jozef Malovec: „Prašnica“, madrigal

First performances in Slovakia

New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Stanislav Mášik (bat), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

04. 10. 1988

Tadeáš Salva: The Purest Love

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Ida Rapaičová (spk), Peter Mikuláš (b), Josef Svejkovský (tr), Ján Salay (pf), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.)

26. 02. 1988

Juraj Hatrík: Symphony No. 2 "Victor"

for tenor, mixed chorus and large orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bystrík Režucha (dir.), Zuzana Paulechová (pf), Vladimír Doležal (tenor)

08. 10. 1987

Jozef Grešák: Unawake Man

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Concert studio of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Peter Bárd (br), Alžbeta Režuchová Mrázová (s), Marta Beňačková (ms), Gita Abrahámová (s), Peter Oswald (t), Dagmar Pecková (ms), Anton Kúrňava (b), Jozef Konder (t), Ladislav Neshyba (b), Mária Eliášová (s), Jitka Zerhauová (ms), Beáta Limpárová (vf), Ivan Sokol (org), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)


Concert performance of the opera.

22. 03. 1987

Ilja Zeljenka: Song of Youth

for mixed choir, trumpet and 4 timpani on the poem of Bohdan Ihor Antonyč

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Kamil Roško (tr), František Rek (tp), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

14. 02. 1987

Milan Novák: Tendernesses

Cantata for tenor, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philarmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Jozef Kundlák (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

13. 02. 1987

Pavol Bagin: Lapotadlo

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ladislav Holásek (zbm.)

09. 10. 1986

Ivan Hrušovský: Canticum pro pace

Oratory for female speaker, mezzo-soprano and bass solo, mixed choir and large orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Ida Rapaičová (spk), Viktória Stracenská (ms), Peter Mikuláš (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

18. 04. 1986

Miro Bázlik: Epoché I.

for cello and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Libor Pešek (dir.), Jozef Podhoranský (vc), Magdaléna Hajóssyová (s), Věra Soukupová (a), Andrej Kucharský (tenor), Sergej Kopčák (bas), Vladimír Rusó (org), Pavol Procházka (umv.)

31. 10. 1985

Vladimír Godár: Orbis sensualium pictus

Oratorio for Soprano, Bass, Choir and Large Orchestra after J. A. Komenský

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Ľubica Rybárska (s), Peter Mikuláš (b), Slovak Philharmonic, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

29. 09. 1985

Ivan Hrušovský: Oh, Love

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

29. 09. 1985

Ivan Hrušovský: Triptych

Three pieces for mixed choir a cappella on the old church Slavonic text and the poem by Ján Hollá

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.)

16. 02. 1985

Ladislav Burlas: To Meet a Man

Vocal symphony on the lyrics by Ján Kostra mezzo-soprano, baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Viktória Stracenská (ms), Pavol Mauréry (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

01. 10. 1984

Dezider Kardoš: Symphony No. 7 'Ballade about a Dream' op. 53

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: František Caban (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

17. 03. 1983

Ján Cikker: Ode to Joy

Oratorio on the poems by Milan Rúfus for solo voices, speaker, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Elena Holičková (s), Viktória Stracenská (ms), František Livora (t), Peter Mikuláš (b), Ján Cikker (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Libor Pešek (dir.)

25. 02. 1983

Hanuš Domanský: Deže si mi mili

First performances in Slovakia

Festive concert on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Victorious February, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

25. 02. 1983

Ján Cikker: Trebišov, That Village

Arrangement of the folk song from Zemplín

First performances in Slovakia

Festive concert on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Victorious February, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

25. 02. 1983

Ilja Zeljenka: Evening

A piece for mixed choir on the poem by M. Válek

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.)

18. 02. 1983

Ladislav Holoubek: Genesis Op. 70

Cantata on the poem of Milan Rúfus for bass-baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Sergej Kopčák (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Vladimír Verbickij (dir.)

13. 02. 1982

Martin Burlas: Sotto voce

for choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

18. 10. 1981

Andrej Očenáš: Way to Sun Op. 56

for solo voices, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Libuše Márová (ms), Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

18. 02. 1981

Alfréd Zemanovský: The Ballad of Heros

A cycle of pieces for 5-part mixed choir

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Lubomír Mátl (dir.)

18. 02. 1981

Juraj Pospíšil: November Triptych, Op. 39

for chamber choir, wind quintet and piano

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bratislava Wind Quintet, Eva Salayová (pf), Lubomír Mátl (dir.)

24. 07. 1980

Bartolomej Urbanec: Blahoslavlen mir

First performances in Slovakia

Festival of Piešťany, Piešťany, SK

PERFORMERS: Magdaléna Hajóssyová (s), Hana Štolfová-Bandová (a), Gustáv Papp (t), Róbert Szücs (br), Jozef Špaček (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

23. 02. 1980

Tibor Andrašovan: Tokajík

Symphonic cantata

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

22. 02. 1978

Alexander Moyzes: Ballad

Choral piece on the poem "The Rafter" by Svetozár Hurban Vajanský

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

22. 02. 1978

Ivan Hrušovský: Madrigal Sonata

Four pieces for mixed choir a cappella in a form of sonata cycle on the poems by Cesare Pavese

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

22. 02. 1978

Dezider Kardoš: October Poems Op. 48

for large mixed choir a cappella

First performances in Slovakia

A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

04. 05. 1977

Jozef Grešák: Vocal Symphony

First performances in Slovakia

Košice Musical Spring, Košice, SK

PERFORMERS: Elena Hanzelová (s), Július Regec (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak State Philharmonic Košice, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

10. 03. 1977

Tibor Frešo: Song about Woman Op. 25

for alto, male voice, children's and mixed choir and large orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Nina Hazuchová (a), Mikuláš Huba (spk), Dievčenský zbor Plameň, Spevácky zbor Slniečko, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Tibor Frešo (dir.)

12. 02. 1977

Zdenko Mikula: Poem

for tenor, mixed chorus and large orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ľudovít Rajter (dir.)

11. 11. 1976

Ladislav Burlas: Six Love Poems

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.)

04. 11. 1976

Miro Bázlik: Twelve

Oratorio for solo voices, speaker, choir and large orchestra on a poem by Alexander Blok

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Gabriel Patócs (dir.), Sergej Kopčák (b), Katarína Blahušiaková (s), František Husák (spk), Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ľudovít Buchta (t), Marián Bulla (b), Dagmar Pecková (a), Peter Hradil (zbm.)

04. 10. 1975

Andrej Očenáš: About Native Country Op. 48

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir

04. 10. 1975

Ján Cikker: Three Ukrainian Folk Songs

for male (or mixed) choir

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

23. 05. 1975

Ján Cikker: Symphony 1945

for large orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Peter Hradil (umv.), Zdeněk Košler (dir.), Michail Chomicer (vc)

03. 05. 1975

Andrej Očenáš: I Loved You Op. 46

First performances in Slovakia

Czechoslovak Musical Harvest Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philarmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Anna Kajabová-Peňášková (s), Ľuba Baricová (ms), Gustáv Papp (t), René Tuček (br), Jozef Špaček (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

15. 11. 1974

Alfréd Zemanovský: Nové ráno

First performances in Slovakia

Zlaté Moravce, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

09. 10. 1973

Tadeáš Salva: War and World Op. 25

Poem on the lyrics by V. Mayakovsky for solos, choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Jozef Raninec (br), Karol Illek (cb), Ivan Sokol (org), Herta Maďarová (pf), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

04. 07. 1972

Dezider Kardoš: Three Songs from Zemplín Op. 42a

for mixed choir a cappella

First performances in Slovakia

Trenčianske Teplice, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

19. 03. 1971

Andrej Očenáš: Symphony about Earth and Man Op. 43

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ladislav Slovák (dir.), Josef Suk (vn), Jan Maria Dobrodinský (umv.)

21. 05. 1970

Ján Cikker: Hommage à Beethoven

for symphonic orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Prague spring, Vladislav Hall of the Prague Castle, Prague, CS

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (umv.), Detský zbor Československého rozhlasu, Ondrej Francisci (umv.), Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

08. 02. 1970

Juraj Hatrík: Home Are Arms In Which You Can Cry

Cantata for speaker, tenor, mixed chorus and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Ľudovít Ozábal (spk), Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bohumír Liška (dir.)

10. 05. 1969

Tadeáš Salva: Requiem aeternam op. 9

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava Music Festival, St. Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Ladislav Chudík (spk), Ján Rybárik (spk), Imrich Fábry (spk), Jiří Zahradníček (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Detský zbor Československého rozhlasu, Ondrej Francisci (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Holásek (dir.)

15. 12. 1968

Ilja Zeljenka: Incantations

for mixed chorus and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

29. 10. 1967

Ivan Hrušovský: Vision of Man

Melodramatic cantata for speaker, soprano, SATB choir, and orchestra (from the Against Death trilogy)

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Karol Prochotský (spk), Ružena Štúrová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

20. 03. 1967

Juraj Hatrík: Canto responsoriale

per due cori e timpani

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Vladimír Bittner (tp), Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

31. 03. 1966

Juraj Pospíšil: Blades of Grass

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

31. 01. 1966

Ivan Parík: Quotations

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Anna Porgesová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

29. 04. 1965

Ilja Zeljenka: Oświęcim

Cantata for mixed choir, two speakers and grand orchestra with use of amplifiers

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Július Pántik (spk), Peter Jezný (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Ľudovít Rajter (dir.)

10. 03. 1963

Jozef Grešák: Emigrant´s Songs

for solo voices, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

28. 11. 1962

Eugen Suchoň: About Human ESD 82

First performances in Slovakia

Bratislava, CS

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)


First performance in former Czechoslovakia.

23. 03. 1962

Michal Vilec: Nokturno

First performances in Slovakia

Concerts on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the foundation of the choir, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

23. 03. 1962

Miloslav Kořínek: A song about spring

First performances in Slovakia

Concerts on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the foundation of the choir, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

07. 04. 1961

Milan Novák: Love Sonatina

Four pieces for female choir a cappella

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a)

07. 04. 1961

Zdenko Mikula: May anthem

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Pavol Blaho (br), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a), Ján Valach (org), Ladislav Holásek (pf4m), Hilda Maršálková (pf4m), Jaroslav Klika (ar)

07. 04. 1961

Juraj Pospíšil: Margita and the Mad, Op. 5

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Pavol Blaho (br), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a), Ján Valach (org), Ladislav Holásek (pf4m), Hilda Maršálková (pf4m), Jaroslav Klika (ar)

02. 02. 1961

Ján Zimmer: Symphony No. 4, Op. 37

for solo voices, choir and orchestra on the lyrics by J. Kostra

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Tatiana Kresáková (s), Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

23. 11. 1960

Šimon Jurovský: Vandrovali hudci

First performances in Slovakia

Jihlava, CS

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

06. 11. 1960

Alexander Moyzes: Balladic Cantata, Op. 55

First performances in Slovakia

A concert as part of a tour of Czechoslovak music and concert art, Košice, SK

PERFORMERS: Andrej Kucharský (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

22. 04. 1960

Jan Maria Dobrodinský: Mor ho!

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

22. 04. 1960

Štefan Németh-Šamorínsky: Song

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

21. 04. 1960

Alexander Moyzes: You Beautiful Country Op. 54

First performances in Slovakia

Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

04. 12. 1959

Michal Vilec: Preludio eroico op. 26

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Tibor Frešo (dir.), , Gleb Axelrod (pf)

13. 03. 1959

Alexander Albrecht: Song

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

31. 01. 1958

Andrej Očenáš: Marína Op. 15

for mixed choir

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor), Margita Čavaňáková (s)

31. 01. 1958

Ľudovít Rajter: Song about Future Love

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Margita Čavaňáková (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir

31. 01. 1958

Jozef Grešák: A military ballad

First performances in Slovakia

Reduta, Bratislava, SK

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Margita Čavaňáková (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor)

19. 06. 2018

Marek Piaček: Apolloopera

First performances abroad

Opera Nova, New Scene of the National Theatre, Prague, CZ

PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Karel Kučera (tn), Jozef Chabroň (dir.), Martin Ondriska (réžia)

06. 10. 2015

Egon Krák: Wayfarers

Melodrama for 2 reciters, mixed choir and symphony orchestra on the Štúr's generation poetry

First performances abroad

UNESCO Hall, Paris, FR

PERFORMERS: Dušan Jamrich (spk), Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Rastislav Štúr (dir.)

12. 12. 2013

Egon Krák: Cirillo-Metodiada

Oratorio after Ján Hollý for a speaker, mixed choir and symphony orchestra

First performances abroad

Temple Neuf, Strasbourg, FR

PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

09. 10. 2001

Peter Zagar: Magnificat

First performances abroad

Ars viva, Olomouc, CZ

PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Janáčkov komorný orchester, Jan Rozehnal (dir.)

28. 02. 1985

Ladislav Burlas: To Meet a Man

Vocal symphony on the lyrics by Ján Kostra mezzo-soprano, baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

First performances abroad

Saint Petersburg, RU

PERFORMERS: Viktória Stracenská (ms), Pavol Mauréry (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • First performances in Slovakia

  • First performances abroad

First performances in Slovakia

  • 21.10.

    2022

    Egon Krák: Angels of heaven

    hommage à Josquin Desprez

    First performances in Slovakia

    Opening concert of the 74th season of the Slovak Philharmonic, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Daniel Raiskin (dir.), Simone Lamsma (vn)

  • 06.11.

    2021

    Vladimír Bokes: Te Deum, Op. 93

    for soprano, bartione, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Andrea Ľuptáková (s), Tomáš Šelc (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Szymon Bywalec (dir.)

  • 06.06.

    2021

    Ľuboš Bernáth: Ambon

    program spiritual cantata for soprano, mixed choir and string orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Church of the Most Holy Redeemer – Jesuit Church, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Marianna Gelenekyová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Ewald Danel (dir.)

  • 17.11.

    2019

    Ľubica Čekovská: Liberte

    for mezzo-soprano, choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Terézia Kružliaková (ms), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Peter Valentovič (dir.)

  • 08.11.

    2018

    Iris SzeghyĽudstvo

    First performances in Slovakia

    Žilina, SK

    PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Oliver Dohnányi (dir.)

  • 17.02.

    2017

    Iris Szeghy: Stabat mater

    for mixed choir divided into 3 groups, solo soprano and solo violin

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Juraj Čižmarovič (vn), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 15.12.

    2016

    Ján Zimmer: Magnificat, Op. 9

    Cantata for mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

  • 19.02.

    2016

    Viliam Gräffinger: Slovak Ballads

    A cycle of pieces for female choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Slovak Philharmonic Choir' 70th Anniversary Jubilee Concert, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Katarína Ďurdinová (s), Katarína Štrossová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Kiril Stoyanov (bat), Peter Kosorín, jr. (bat), Katarína Turnerová (ar), Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 14.01.

    2016

    Vladimír Bokes: Missa posoniensis, op. 55

    for soli, choir, organ and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Eva Garajová (a), Maxim Kutsenko (t), Martin Gurbaľ (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

  • 03.09.

    2015

    Egon Krák: Wayfarers

    Melodrama for 2 reciters, mixed choir and symphony orchestra on the Štúr's generation poetry

    First performances in Slovakia

    St. Mary's Assumption Church, Banská Štiavnica, SK

    PERFORMERS: Dušan Jamrich (spk), Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Rastislav Štúr (dir.)

  • 20.03.

    2014

    Iris Szeghy: Menschheit (Mankind)

    Cantata for soprano, double choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Eva Šušková (s), Oliver Dohnányi (dir.), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina

  • 19.02.

    2014

    Lukáš Borzík: Credo

    for mixed choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 19.02.

    2014

    Jevgenij Iršai: Epigraphs

    Cantata for mixed choir a cappella on the poetry by Arseny Tarkovsky

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 19.02.

    2014

    Viliam Gräffinger: In Memoriam

    Three motets in memory of my grandfather for mixed choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 19.02.

    2014

    Jevgenij Iršai: O, Lord!

    for mixed choir a capella on the Psalm 23

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 19.02.

    2014

    Lukáš Borzík: Sapientia Aeterna

    Three short sentences for mixed choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (dir.)

  • 19.11.

    2013

    Marek PiačekApolloopera

    First performances in Slovakia

    Small Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Jozef Chabroň (dir.), Marold Langer-Philippsen (réžia)

  • 05.07.

    2013

    Egon Krák: Cirillo-Metodiada

    Oratorio after Ján Hollý for a speaker, mixed choir and symphony orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Nitra, SK

    PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

  • 17.09.

    2010

    Roman Berger: Missa pro nobis

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Denisa Šlepkovská (ms), František Kovár (spk), Stanislav Beňačka (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Zsolt Nagy (dir.)

  • 11.09.

    2008

    Egon Krák: Missa pro defunctis - requiem

    for solo voices, mixed choir, children’s choir, organ and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pressburg Singers, Marta Beňačková (ms), Marián Pavlovič (t), Jozef Benci (b), Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Janka Rychlá (zbm.), Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

  • 24.09.

    2006

    Pavol Krška: Te Deum

    for solo voices, two mixed choirs and organ

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, The large studio of Slovak radio building, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.), Henrieta Lednárová (s), Denisa Šlepkovská (ms), Otokar Klein (tenor), Daniel Čapkovič (bas), Marianna Gazdíková (org)

  • 02.03.

    2005

    Karine SarkisianAve Maria

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.), Stanislav Mucha (vn), Eva Salayová (pf), Marianna Gazdíková (org), Iveta Viskupová (dir.)

  • 23.02.

    2005

    Karine SarkisjanAve Maria

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

  • 23.02.

    2005

    Ilja Zeljenka: Elegy about the Ring of Youth

    Mixed choir on poem fragments of B. I. Antonych

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (dir.)

  • 23.02.

    2005

    Juraj Hatrík: Ludibria (Fun)

    Cycle of vocal aphorism on the Latin quotations and sayings

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

  • 23.02.

    2005

    Peter Breiner: Write me, write...

    Two songs for a cappella choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (dir.)

  • 16.11.

    2002

    Ivan Hrušovský: Night Of Power

    (fragment from symphony)

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Rozehnal (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Peter Feranec (dir.)

  • 01.10.

    2001

    Peter Breiner: The Story

    Oratorio

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Marián Vach (zbm.), Janka Rychlá (zbm.), Hana Štolfová-Bandová (a), Ľudovít Ludha (t)

  • 18.02.

    1993

    Ivan Hrušovský: Cantus de caritate

    for SATB choir and piano or organ

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Chamber Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Rozehnal (dir.), Kamila Zajíčková (s), Denisa Šlepkovská (a), Ernest Hudec (tenor), Peter Mikuláš (bas), Imrich Szabó (org), Jozef Skořepa (vn), Eva Salayová (pf)

  • 14.02.

    1989

    Hanuš Domanský: Hojana

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Stanislav Mášik (bat), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 14.02.

    1989

    Milan Novák: Earth Says

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 14.02.

    1989

    Milan Novák: Bread

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 14.02.

    1989

    Jozef Malovec: „Prašnica“, madrigal

    First performances in Slovakia

    New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Stanislav Mášik (bat), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 04.10.

    1988

    Tadeáš Salva: The Purest Love

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Ida Rapaičová (spk), Peter Mikuláš (b), Josef Svejkovský (tr), Ján Salay (pf), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.)

  • 26.02.

    1988

    Juraj Hatrík: Symphony No. 2 "Victor"

    for tenor, mixed chorus and large orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bystrík Režucha (dir.), Zuzana Paulechová (pf), Vladimír Doležal (tenor)

  • 08.10.

    1987

    Jozef Grešák: Unawake Man

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Concert studio of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Peter Bárd (br), Alžbeta Režuchová Mrázová (s), Marta Beňačková (ms), Gita Abrahámová (s), Peter Oswald (t), Dagmar Pecková (ms), Anton Kúrňava (b), Jozef Konder (t), Ladislav Neshyba (b), Mária Eliášová (s), Jitka Zerhauová (ms), Beáta Limpárová (vf), Ivan Sokol (org), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 22.03.

    1987

    Ilja Zeljenka: Song of Youth

    for mixed choir, trumpet and 4 timpani on the poem of Bohdan Ihor Antonyč

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Kamil Roško (tr), František Rek (tp), Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 14.02.

    1987

    Milan Novák: Tendernesses

    Cantata for tenor, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philarmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Jozef Kundlák (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 13.02.

    1987

    Pavol Bagin: Lapotadlo

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ladislav Holásek (zbm.)

  • 09.10.

    1986

    Ivan Hrušovský: Canticum pro pace

    Oratory for female speaker, mezzo-soprano and bass solo, mixed choir and large orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Ida Rapaičová (spk), Viktória Stracenská (ms), Peter Mikuláš (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 18.04.

    1986

    Miro Bázlik: Epoché I.

    for cello and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Libor Pešek (dir.), Jozef Podhoranský (vc), Magdaléna Hajóssyová (s), Věra Soukupová (a), Andrej Kucharský (tenor), Sergej Kopčák (bas), Vladimír Rusó (org), Pavol Procházka (umv.)

  • 31.10.

    1985

    Vladimír Godár: Orbis sensualium pictus

    Oratorio for Soprano, Bass, Choir and Large Orchestra after J. A. Komenský

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Ľubica Rybárska (s), Peter Mikuláš (b), Slovak Philharmonic, Pavol Procházka (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 29.09.

    1985

    Ivan Hrušovský: Oh, Love

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (dir.)

  • 29.09.

    1985

    Ivan Hrušovský: Triptych

    Three pieces for mixed choir a cappella on the old church Slavonic text and the poem by Ján Hollá

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavol Procházka (zbm.)

  • 16.02.

    1985

    Ladislav Burlas: To Meet a Man

    Vocal symphony on the lyrics by Ján Kostra mezzo-soprano, baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Viktória Stracenská (ms), Pavol Mauréry (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 01.10.

    1984

    Dezider Kardoš: Symphony No. 7 'Ballade about a Dream' op. 53

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: František Caban (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

  • 17.03.

    1983

    Ján Cikker: Ode to Joy

    Oratorio on the poems by Milan Rúfus for solo voices, speaker, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Elena Holičková (s), Viktória Stracenská (ms), František Livora (t), Peter Mikuláš (b), Ján Cikker (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Libor Pešek (dir.)

  • 25.02.

    1983

    Hanuš DomanskýDeže si mi mili

    First performances in Slovakia

    Festive concert on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Victorious February, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

  • 25.02.

    1983

    Ján Cikker: Trebišov, That Village

    Arrangement of the folk song from Zemplín

    First performances in Slovakia

    Festive concert on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the Victorious February, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

  • 25.02.

    1983

    Ilja Zeljenka: Evening

    A piece for mixed choir on the poem by M. Válek

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (dir.)

  • 18.02.

    1983

    Ladislav Holoubek: Genesis Op. 70

    Cantata on the poem of Milan Rúfus for bass-baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Sergej Kopčák (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Vladimír Verbickij (dir.)

  • 13.02.

    1982

    Martin Burlas: Sotto voce

    for choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 18.10.

    1981

    Andrej Očenáš: Way to Sun Op. 56

    for solo voices, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Libuše Márová (ms), Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

  • 18.02.

    1981

    Alfréd Zemanovský: The Ballad of Heros

    A cycle of pieces for 5-part mixed choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Lubomír Mátl (dir.)

  • 18.02.

    1981

    Juraj Pospíšil: November Triptych, Op. 39

    for chamber choir, wind quintet and piano

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Bratislava Wind Quintet, Eva Salayová (pf), Lubomír Mátl (dir.)

  • 24.07.

    1980

    Bartolomej UrbanecBlahoslavlen mir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Festival of Piešťany, Piešťany, SK

    PERFORMERS: Magdaléna Hajóssyová (s), Hana Štolfová-Bandová (a), Gustáv Papp (t), Róbert Szücs (br), Jozef Špaček (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Pavel Baxa (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 23.02.

    1980

    Tibor Andrašovan: Tokajík

    Symphonic cantata

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

  • 22.02.

    1978

    Alexander Moyzes: Ballad

    Choral piece on the poem "The Rafter" by Svetozár Hurban Vajanský

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

  • 22.02.

    1978

    Ivan Hrušovský: Madrigal Sonata

    Four pieces for mixed choir a cappella in a form of sonata cycle on the poems by Cesare Pavese

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

  • 22.02.

    1978

    Dezider Kardoš: October Poems Op. 48

    for large mixed choir a cappella

    First performances in Slovakia

    A Week of New Slovak Music, Concert Hall of the Czechoslovak Radio, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Valentin Iljin (dir.)

  • 04.05.

    1977

    Jozef Grešák: Vocal Symphony

    First performances in Slovakia

    Košice Musical Spring, Košice, SK

    PERFORMERS: Elena Hanzelová (s), Július Regec (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak State Philharmonic Košice, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 10.03.

    1977

    Tibor Frešo: Song about Woman Op. 25

    for alto, male voice, children's and mixed choir and large orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Nina Hazuchová (a), Mikuláš Huba (spk), Dievčenský zbor Plameň, Spevácky zbor Slniečko, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Tibor Frešo (dir.)

  • 12.02.

    1977

    Zdenko Mikula: Poem

    for tenor, mixed chorus and large orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ľudovít Rajter (dir.)

  • 11.11.

    1976

    Ladislav Burlas: Six Love Poems

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.)

  • 04.11.

    1976

    Miro Bázlik: Twelve

    Oratorio for solo voices, speaker, choir and large orchestra on a poem by Alexander Blok

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Gabriel Patócs (dir.), Sergej Kopčák (b), Katarína Blahušiaková (s), František Husák (spk), Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ľudovít Buchta (t), Marián Bulla (b), Dagmar Pecková (a), Peter Hradil (zbm.)

  • 04.10.

    1975

    Andrej Očenáš: About Native Country Op. 48

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir

  • 04.10.

    1975

    Ján Cikker: Three Ukrainian Folk Songs

    for male (or mixed) choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 23.05.

    1975

    Ján Cikker: Symphony 1945

    for large orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Peter Hradil (umv.), Zdeněk Košler (dir.), Michail Chomicer (vc)

  • 03.05.

    1975

    Andrej Očenáš: I Loved You Op. 46

    First performances in Slovakia

    Czechoslovak Musical Harvest Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philarmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Anna Kajabová-Peňášková (s), Ľuba Baricová (ms), Gustáv Papp (t), René Tuček (br), Jozef Špaček (b), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 15.11.

    1974

    Alfréd ZemanovskýNové ráno

    First performances in Slovakia

    Zlaté Moravce, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

  • 09.10.

    1973

    Tadeáš Salva: War and World Op. 25

    Poem on the lyrics by V. Mayakovsky for solos, choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Jozef Raninec (br), Karol Illek (cb), Ivan Sokol (org), Herta Maďarová (pf), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ondrej Lenárd (dir.)

  • 04.07.

    1972

    Dezider Kardoš: Three Songs from Zemplín Op. 42a

    for mixed choir a cappella

    First performances in Slovakia

    Trenčianske Teplice, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Eva Salayová (pf)

  • 19.03.

    1971

    Andrej Očenáš: Symphony about Earth and Man Op. 43

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Ladislav Slovák (dir.), Josef Suk (vn), Jan Maria Dobrodinský (umv.)

  • 21.05.

    1970

    Ján Cikker: Hommage à Beethoven

    for symphonic orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Prague spring, Vladislav Hall of the Prague Castle, Prague, CS

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (umv.), Detský zbor Československého rozhlasu, Ondrej Francisci (umv.), Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 08.02.

    1970

    Juraj Hatrík: Home Are Arms In Which You Can Cry

    Cantata for speaker, tenor, mixed chorus and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Ľudovít Ozábal (spk), Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bohumír Liška (dir.)

  • 10.05.

    1969

    Tadeáš Salva: Requiem aeternam op. 9

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava Music Festival, St. Martin's Cathedral, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Ladislav Chudík (spk), Ján Rybárik (spk), Imrich Fábry (spk), Jiří Zahradníček (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Detský zbor Československého rozhlasu, Ondrej Francisci (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Holásek (dir.)

  • 15.12.

    1968

    Ilja Zeljenka: Incantations

    for mixed chorus and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Moyzes Hall, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 29.10.

    1967

    Ivan Hrušovský: Vision of Man

    Melodramatic cantata for speaker, soprano, SATB choir, and orchestra (from the Against Death trilogy)

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Karol Prochotský (spk), Ružena Štúrová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 20.03.

    1967

    Juraj Hatrík: Canto responsoriale

    per due cori e timpani

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Vladimír Bittner (tp), Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 31.03.

    1966

    Juraj Pospíšil: Blades of Grass

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 31.01.

    1966

    Ivan Parík: Quotations

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Anna Porgesová (s), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 29.04.

    1965

    Ilja Zeljenka: Oświęcim

    Cantata for mixed choir, two speakers and grand orchestra with use of amplifiers

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Július Pántik (spk), Peter Jezný (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak Philharmonic, Ľudovít Rajter (dir.)

  • 10.03.

    1963

    Jozef Grešák: Emigrant´s Songs

    for solo voices, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Czechoslovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

  • 28.11.

    1962

    Eugen Suchoň: About Human ESD 82

    First performances in Slovakia

    Bratislava, CS

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 23.03.

    1962

    Michal VilecNokturno

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concerts on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the foundation of the choir, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 23.03.

    1962

    Miloslav Kořínek: A song about spring

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concerts on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the foundation of the choir, Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 07.04.

    1961

    Milan Novák: Love Sonatina

    Four pieces for female choir a cappella

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a)

  • 07.04.

    1961

    Zdenko Mikula: May anthem

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Pavol Blaho (br), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a), Ján Valach (org), Ladislav Holásek (pf4m), Hilda Maršálková (pf4m), Jaroslav Klika (ar)

  • 07.04.

    1961

    Juraj Pospíšil: Margita and the Mad, Op. 5

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Pavol Blaho (br), Cecília Lévaiová (s), Hana Porgesová (ms), Viera Palátová (a), Ján Valach (org), Ladislav Holásek (pf4m), Hilda Maršálková (pf4m), Jaroslav Klika (ar)

  • 02.02.

    1961

    Ján Zimmer: Symphony No. 4, Op. 37

    for solo voices, choir and orchestra on the lyrics by J. Kostra

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Tatiana Kresáková (s), Gustáv Papp (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 23.11.

    1960

    Šimon JurovskýVandrovali hudci

    First performances in Slovakia

    Jihlava, CS

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 06.11.

    1960

    Alexander Moyzes: Balladic Cantata, Op. 55

    First performances in Slovakia

    A concert as part of a tour of Czechoslovak music and concert art, Košice, SK

    PERFORMERS: Andrej Kucharský (t), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Ladislav Slovák (dir.)

  • 22.04.

    1960

    Jan Maria DobrodinskýMor ho!

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 22.04.

    1960

    Štefan Németh-Šamorínsky: Song

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 21.04.

    1960

    Alexander Moyzes: You Beautiful Country Op. 54

    First performances in Slovakia

    Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 04.12.

    1959

    Michal VilecPreludio eroico op. 26

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Tibor Frešo (dir.), , Gleb Axelrod (pf)

  • 13.03.

    1959

    Alexander Albrecht: Song

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.)

  • 31.01.

    1958

    Andrej Očenáš: Marína Op. 15

    for mixed choir

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor), Margita Čavaňáková (s)

  • 31.01.

    1958

    Ľudovít Rajter: Song about Future Love

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Margita Čavaňáková (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir

  • 31.01.

    1958

    Jozef Grešák: A military ballad

    First performances in Slovakia

    Reduta, Bratislava, SK

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jan Maria Dobrodinský (dir.), Ľudovít Buchta (tenor), Melánia Bernhauerová (s), Margita Čavaňáková (s), Imrich Štetina (tenor)

First performances abroad

  • 19.06.

    2018

    Marek PiačekApolloopera

    First performances abroad

    Opera Nova, New Scene of the National Theatre, Prague, CZ

    PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Albert Hrubovčák (tn), Karel Kučera (tn), Jozef Chabroň (dir.), Martin Ondriska (réžia)

  • 06.10.

    2015

    Egon Krák: Wayfarers

    Melodrama for 2 reciters, mixed choir and symphony orchestra on the Štúr's generation poetry

    First performances abroad

    UNESCO Hall, Paris, FR

    PERFORMERS: Dušan Jamrich (spk), Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Jozef Chabroň (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Rastislav Štúr (dir.)

  • 12.12.

    2013

    Egon Krák: Cirillo-Metodiada

    Oratorio after Ján Hollý for a speaker, mixed choir and symphony orchestra

    First performances abroad

    Temple Neuf, Strasbourg, FR

    PERFORMERS: Štefan Bučko (spk), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Blanka Juhaňáková (zbm.), Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, Leoš Svárovský (dir.)

  • 09.10.

    2001

    Peter Zagar: Magnificat

    First performances abroad

    Ars viva, Olomouc, CZ

    PERFORMERS: Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Janáčkov komorný orchester, Jan Rozehnal (dir.)

  • 28.02.

    1985

    Ladislav Burlas: To Meet a Man

    Vocal symphony on the lyrics by Ján Kostra mezzo-soprano, baritone, mixed choir and orchestra

    First performances abroad

    Saint Petersburg, RU

    PERFORMERS: Viktória Stracenská (ms), Pavol Mauréry (br), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Štefan Klimo (zbm.), Slovak Philharmonic, Bystrík Režucha (dir.)

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