About the festival

The Tartini Festival is an international music festival dedicated to the Piran-born maestro Giuseppe Tartini. In addition to Tartini's works, the festival also features works by other great world and Slovenian composers and works by contemporary artists inspired by Tartini's art.

Concerts

Programme

Ema Grčman
2. 9. 2019 at 19.00

Anna wan der Merve & Ema Grčman

Atrium of the Praetorian Palace, Koper

Koper

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Ansambel La Calandria
3. 9. 2019 at 20.00

Italian baroque

Franciscan Monastery in Piran

Piran

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Danaja Habjanič
4. 9. 2019 at 19.00

Tartini junior

Katja Porovne Silič & Stojan Kuhar

Atrium of the Praetorian Palace, Koper

Koper

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Ansambel Il Terzo Suono
12. 9. 2019 ob 21.00

Il Terzo Suono Ensemble

 

Church of St. Catherine, Padua (IT)

Padua

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Il Terzo Suono

An international ensemble was founded in 2005, one that also performs its repertoire on baroque instruments and accompanies famous soloists at festivals. The ensemble is composed of members of various international orchestras and operates under the art direction of the famous Sergio Azzolini.

Ansambel Il terzo suono

The festival ensemble tours the wider European region and transcends local interests increasing the visibility of the Slovene cultural scene in the wider international public with its performances at important European festivals, such as: the Ravello Festival, the Emiglia Romagna Festival, the presentation of Slovenia for the Council of Europe in Luxembourg. Preparations are under way for the recording of a CD with pieces by Slovene and European composers of the 17th and 18th century (Vivaldi, Tartini, Gabriello Pulitti, Isaac Posh).

Piran

Piran

The old medieval town of Piran with its narrow streets and tightly packed houses has for centuries reigned over its namesake bay.The old medieval town of Piran with its narrow streets and tightly packed houses has for centuries reigned over its namesake bay.

Maritime trade and trade with the hinterland, salt pans and the ideal climate ensured wealth and power to Piran. The many cultural and historic as well as ecclesiastical buildings, palaces, lively squares, museums and galleries, the city walls, the aquarium ...

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Koper

Koper

Koper first strikes the visitor as a mysterious Mediterranean town, surrounded by the sea and the hills, jealously guarding its rich, thousand year old heritage.

Taking a stroll through the renovated streets and squares, the town slowly opens up and starts to tell about the peoples and powers that left their mark on the city. The view of modern buildings evokes contemporary life, as the city grows and changes its appearance according to the needs of the denizens and visitors ...

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