Mirko Krajci
LATEST NEWS / 2015




December 2015

FINISHED NEW COMPOSITIONS

Mirko Krajci: Pax (Pacem relinquo vobis) for string orchestra

Mirko Krajci: Pains and Hopes (Dolori e speranze) for string quartet




December 4, 2015, Concert Hall Dvorana VSMU, Bratislava

FESTIVE CONCERT TO 50th ANNIVERSARY OF FOUNDATION OF THE TECHNIK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Programme:
Antonio Vivali: Sinfonia in G major, RV 146
Gustav Mahler: Adagietto from Symphony No. 5
Mirko Krajci: Double Concerto for Violin, Violoncello and Chamber Orchestra
(soloists: Frantisek Torok, Orsolya Kovacs)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C major, op. 48

Technik Chamber Orchestra

Mirko Krajci, conductor




October 6, 2015, Hall of Mirrors, Primatial Palace, Bratislava

WINNERS CONCERT OF THE INTERNATIONAL FLUTE COMPETITION FLAUTIADA 2015

Johanna Keszei (Hungary), Theodora Kopecká (Czech Republic), Pawel Niziołek (Poland), Tim Kadlec (Czech Republic, Daniel Mieczkowski (Poland), Iris Maaß (Austria)

Chamber Orchestra Buoni Amici with Chamber Orchestra Technik
Mirko Krajci, conductor




August 24, 2015

FINISHED NEW COMPOSITION

Mirko Krajci: If... for mixed choir and chamber orchestra




June 23, 2015

FINISHED NEW COMPOSITION

Mirko Krajci: Passaquareglia for piano




June 17, 2015, Moyzes Hall, Bratislava
BENEFIT CONCERT

June 13, 2015, Concert Hall Dvorana VSMU, Bratislava
SUMMER CONCERT OF THE TECHNIK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Programme:
Johann Sebastian Bach: Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra in d minor, BWV 1043
(soloists: Frantisek Torok, Andrea Pietrova)
Benjamin Britten: Simple Symphony, op. 4
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C major, op. 48


Technik Chamber Orchestra

Mirko Krajci, conductor




PREMIERE OF THE COMPOSITION - CONCERTS OF THE VISEGRAD CELLO QUARTET

June 8, 2015, Church of our Saviour The Spire, Copenhagen, Denmark
June 6, 2015, Sacre Coeur, Brussels, Belgium
April 20, 2015, Primatial Palace, Bratislava (slovak premiere)
April 21, 2015, Evangelic Church, Banska Stiavnica
April 22, 2015, Slovak Institute, Budapest, Hungary (hungarian premiere)

Mirko Krajci: Symphony for Four, for 4 cellos 
                          with support of SOZA  

Adam Javorkai (HU)
Petr Nouzovsky (CZ)
Tomas Szczesny (PL)
Eugen Prochac (SK)


 

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