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Mikeš the Tomcat with his beloved composer
Two new pieces by Vladimír Godár will be performed by Orquesta Cuidad de Granada and soloists Peter Biely and Jozef Lupták at the beginning of October 2017. More info on a webpage Upcoming Events and on a website http://www.orquestaciudadgranada.es/.
Popular Lullabies from the CD Mater have got a new arrangement for voice and orchestra. It was premiered at the Pohoda festival on July 7, 2017 by Katarína Máliková with Slovak Radio Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Marián Lejava.
A new film by the director Vít Klusák The White World According to Daliborek was premiered in July at the International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. Vladimír Godár composed the soundtrack for the movie.
Spring 2017 has welcomed a new CD Orbis sensualium pictus by Vladimír Godár. It presents a live recording of the concerts which took place on March 17 and 18, 2016, organized on the occasion of author’s 60th birthday. The singers Helena Becse Szabó and Peter Mikuláš, Slovak Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic Choir prepared by Jozef Chabroň, Bratislava Boys’ Choir led by Magdaléna Rovňáková, all these appear on the CD, under the conductor’s baton of Alexander Rahbari. The CD was produced by the Slovak Philharmonic and can be purchased exclusively in the ticket office of the SF.
The concert series of the Solamente naturali ensemble in Bratislava in the Small Evangelical Church continued with a concert on May 6, 2017. You could hear the pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach and Vladimír Godár.
Vladimír Godár was awarded the Great SOZA Award for his whole-life work. The composer has not attended the ceremony on November 11, 2016, where the prize was awarded.
The Slovak State Philharmonic Košice joined the musicians which planned to honour the 60th jubillee of Vladimír Godár with a special concert taking place on October 16, 2016. Led by popular conductor Leoš Svárovský the soloists Iva Bittová and Tomáš Šelc performed, joined by a vocal ensemble Gregoriana led by Marek Klein and the Philharmonic. Popular and less known pieces sounded, as well as selection of movements from Godár’s oratorio Orbis sensualium pictus and Querela pacis. A beautiful experience, a gorgeous performance was rewarded by a long-lasting applause from the audience. Have a look at some photos from the concert!
Violinists with the concertmaster, Iva Bittová and Leoš Svárovský, cellists
Iva Bittová, Leoš Svárovský and Tomáš Šelc
The Gregoriana choir divided – female voices on the left, males on the right. In the middle there is the author and Iva Bittová
After the concert...
Updated: September 8, 2017