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Antiquities 2019

Those who would like to listen to Dariachanghi’s Orchard live again, you can come to Košice on November 28, 2019 where the piece will be performed by the Košice State Philharmonic led by Szymon Bywalec. The violist Peter Zwiebel and the cellist Jozef Lupták will give the solo parts.

On October 24 and 25, 2019, a festive concert took place on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Slovak Philharmonic establishment. The music director of the Slovak Philharmonic James Judd has chosen the piece Dariachanghi’s Orchard for this event. The piece appeared on music stands of the orchestra players after 31 years. The concert was a unique experience due to perfect performance by the soloists Martin Ruman, Jozef Lupták, the conductor as well as the whole orchestra! Thank you for that! For those who had no opportunity to come and to experience the atmosphere, this is the link to the Slovak Philharmonic’s web, where the whole event can be listened to and watched: (


                Martin Ruman – viola, Jozef Lupták – cello, Vladimír Godár, James Judd – conductor


Jozef Bubnáš – programme director of the SPhO, James Judd – conductor, Vladimír Godár, Martin Ruman – viola, Jozef Lupták – cello

In September 2019 we had an opportunity to listen to Tombeau de Bartók by Vladimír Godár, an orchestral piece chosen by the Slovak conductor Peter Valentovič for the opening concert of the season of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Great performance, an excellent experience!

The Sun in a Net is not only an important Slovak movie, but also a name of the film award which is awarded in many categories covering not only film genres but also film professions. On Friday, 5th April 2019 the prizes for 2018 were awarded on the Gala ceremony and already the nominations revealed that movie by the authors Marek Leščák and Martin Šulík, who is at the same time the film director, won most hearts of the Film Academy jurors. From 12 nominations the film The Interpreter won 6 awards The Sun in a Net, one of them was granted to Vladimír Godár, the composer of the film score.