State Philharmonic Košice, conductor: Piotr Steczek (PL), soloists: Jekaterina and Stanisław Drzewiecki – piano (PL).
The final evening of the Voicingers on Tour – Slovakia festival also belonged to the graduates of the workshops, who received certificates signed by the director of the Hevhetia publishing house, Ján Sudzina, and the director of the Voicingers festival, Grzegorz Karnas. After this nice ceremony, the French audience was introduced to the French singer and melaphone player Manu Domergue.
Saturday’s concert belonged to the trio of Slovak pianist Jana Bezek. Before her concert, the graduates of the workshops played their composition together with their lecturers.
Depuis sa fondation en 2001, la maison d’édition slovaque Hevhetia s’est progressivement imposée sur la scène musicale mondiale en tant que maison d’édition indépendante unique en son genre, connue pour son caractère novateur. Pendant dix-huit ans, elle a édité plus de 250 titres de musique dans les domaines du jazz, de la musique improvisée, de la musique classique contemporaine et de nombreux autres genres. Hevhetia est également active dans l’éducation musicale et le soutien aux talents.
Festival Voicingers are not only workshops and education, but also broadening the musical horizon. This includes numerous jam sessions as well as regular concerts. The first concert evening belonged to the author of the idea Voicingers, Grzegorz Karnas and his group Karnas Formula.
On the third day, primary school children also had their workshops. The conservators were already preparing their performances for the final evening of Voicingers on tour – Slovakia 2019.
On the second day of the workshops within the Voicingers on Tour – Slovakia series, Jana Bezek, Igor Hnydyn and Manu Domergue were in charge.
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The final of this year’s series of concerts was performed by the Folwark group around the Polish clarinetist Szymon Klima.
The final showcase concert belonged to the Polish experimental trio Backspace [augmented].