1 December 2018
BRATISLAVA BOYS’ CHOIR
Conductors: Magdaléna Rovňáková and Gabriel Rovňák Jr.
Piano: Dana Hajóssy
“National Anthems with the Choir"
Founded in 1982, the Bratislava Boys' Choir is renowned throughout Europe and hes performed in The United States, Canada, Russia, Japan...and know in Turkey.
The ensemble placed first at the international choral competitions. High critical accalaim has led to repeated engagements with the Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Konzerthaus, and Hamburger Symphoniker. The choir regularly performs with the Slovak Philharmonic and the Slovak National Theatre. Its repertoire includes both sacred and secular music. The choir is led by its founder Magdelana Rovnakova.
Coming to Turkey for the first time, the choir will perform music from oratorios, cantatas, contemporary pieces, adapted folk songs, spirituals along with accompanying Sefika Kutluer on Turkish melodies.
National Anthem of Turkey
National Anthem of Slovakia
Eugen Suchoň (1908 – 1988) My Beautiful Homeland
Páslo dievča pávy
Slovak folk songs About Janoško
Bells from Bystersk
Song of Mountains
Oh, Love, Love
Two Songs from Orava
Antonín Dvořák (1724 – 1777) Sharpening a Scythe
Zdeněk Kaňák (1910 – 1991) The Sun
Bruno Coulais (1954) Caresse sur l´Oceane
A.E.Hall (1931) My Evaline
T.Šebo-Martinský (1911 – 1980) My First Date
Sylvia Bodorová (1954) Jar a laj No. 1
Turkish folk song Üsküdar'a Gider İken
W.A.Mozart (1756 – 1791) The Rehearsal for Concert
Šimon Brixi (1693–1735) Magnificat
Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924) Cantique de Jean Racin
Gionavanni Croce (1557 – 1609) Cantate Domino
W.A.Mozart (1756 – 1791) Seit uns zum; Zum Ziele (from Magic Flute)
Antonín Dvořák (1724 – 1777) Goin´ Home
Franz Schubert (1797- 1828) Mille Cherubini in Coro
John Carter ( 1929 - 1991) Praise to the Lord
Spirituals Little David
The Beatles When I am 64
John Rutter (1945) For the Beauty
Sylvia Bodorová (1954) Ja ra laj No. 2, 3
Tickets: 40 – 30 TL ( Students 20 TL)
We’d like to extend our gratitude to the Municipality of Yenimahalle for providing the venue and to the Embassy of Slovakia and "Slovak Arts Council" for their contributions.
From public sources of the Slovak Republic with financial support from the Fund for the Support of the Arts