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Sakralni koncert sopranistke Katarine Perger, baritonista Zdravka Pergerja in organistke Eve Dolinšek na Kostanjevici nad Novo Gorico, 29.3.2018




Katarina Perger - sopran


Soprano singer Katarina Perger ended singing studies in 2006 at the
University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz, in the classroom of
prof.   Annemarie   Zeller.   She   appeared   on:   Novomeški   Music
Festival,  Pomurski  Music  Days,  Christmas  Concert  with  the  Pro
Musica Orchestra (2001), opera concerts: in Ajdovščina and in the
Auditorium  of  Portorož  with  Pecs  Hungarian  Symphony  Orchestra
(2002),  International  Primorski  Music  Festival,  with  the  chamber
orchestra Gaudeamus (2003), New Year’s concerts with the orchestra
Camerata   Labacensis   from   Ljubljana   (2004,   2005,   2007),   with
orchestra  of  the  Technical  University Vienna  (2006)  and  with  the
symphonic  orchestra  Filarmonia  Veneta  from  Treviso  (2008).  In
Maribor  Opera  she  sang:  Papageno  in  Mozart’s  The  Magic  Whistle
(2004), Paquetto in the musical Candide of L. Bernstein (2004), Kati
in the musical Fireworks of P. Burkhard (2005) and the role of the First
snout moth in the opera Dido and Aeneas H. Purcell (2005), L. Lebič:
From century of centuries. Successfully introduced in the comic opera
Miser in the role of Ljubime with the Slovenian chamber  musical  theater  from  Ljubljana  and with  the  musical  theater  Figaro  acts  as  Norina  
in  Donizzetti’s  opera  Don  Pasquale  around Slovenia  2008th.  This  year she  performed  in Bleiburg  (Austria)  in  the  role  of  Minka  in  the
Gorenjski   slavček   of   A.   Foerster.   She   has performed during the visits of foreign statesmen in Slovenia (the Swedish Royal Couple, Prince Albert  of Monaco,  Italian  Premier  Prodi  and French  Foreign  Minister  Kouchner.)  Hosted also in Austria, Italy, Germany and Croatia


Zdravko Perger slika 2011

ZDDRAVKO PERGER  He performs as a solist in The Opera Hose in Ljubljana. His numeros opera intepretations include: Harlequin In Ariadne on Naxos, Figaro in The Barber of  Sevile, Belcore in L'Elisir d'Amore, Schansonet in The Nightingale from Gorenska, Germont in Traviata.and many others.He is actively engaged in Slovenian folk and art songs, novelties especially, and sacral music.He has perfomed with a symphony orchestra RTZ – Zagreb (CRO), symphony orchestra – Pecsi (H) and symphony orchestra  Camerata Labacensis – Ljubljana. Toured in Austria, Italy, Australia, Croacia, Hungary, Japan, Fence, Lienchtenstain and Germany. He was also a member of the wellknown Slovenian Singer Octet for four years. He has recently recorded a CD with  Slovenian folk songs.


eva dolinšek

Eva Dolinšek was born in Šempeter (Slovenia) in 1992. After having successfully completed her Secondary School and Music School in Nova Gorica, Eva began her studies at the Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana, where she started her harpsichord courses at the Early Music Department under the guidance of Professor Egon Mihajlović. In September 2015, she graduated with honours, Summa Con Laude, from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and gained her M.Mus degree in Harpsichord performance.
During her studies, she participated in numerous projects of the Academy of Music as a soloist and chamber musician. As a member and accompanist of the Baroque Orchestra of the Academy of Music, she participated in Monteverdi’s Opera L’Orpheo (Orpheus) in academic year 2012-2013 with 11 performances and guest appearances in the Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana (SNG Ljubljana); opera buffa La Cecchina or The Good-Natured Girl in collaboration with the Slovenian Chamber Music Theatre (with many theatre performances); in Les Fêtes Musicales de Versailles project (Glasbene slovesnosti Versaillesa), and in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater in collaboration with the Slovene National Theatre Maribor (SNG Maribor). Eva took part in the first International Early Music Festival and in the ISCM World Music Days festival, both held in Ljubljana. Furthermore, she collaborated with the String Chamber Orchestra of the Academy of Music at the University of Ljubljana, Mladi ljubljanski solisti chamber orchestra, Ensemble Microsonus Coastal Chamber Orchestra, and  mezzo-soprano singer Barbara Jernejčič Fürst. Together with the Tres aves chamber music group carried out an interplay of poetry and music Shakespeare in words and music (Shakespeare v besedi in glasbi) under the guidance of Marjan Strojan, a winner of the Prešeren Fund Award.
During studies, Eva participated as a soloist in the repertory of the Academy of Music, as well as in concert series entitled Music from St. Francis’ Garden (Glasba z vrtov sv. Frančiška) held at the Nova Gorica Cultural Centre, at the cycle of vocal and instrumental music Symphonic Voices in Koper (SLO) and concert series Sounds of the Youth (Zvoki mladosti) of the Nova Gorica Music School.
Since 2011, Eva has been the artistic director of Musica Nucis baroque chamber orchestra She participates as an accompanist at M.Mus degree final performance of her colleague musicians, such as soloists or instrumentalists.
Eva regularly continues to improve her technique and interpretation skills through a combination of seminars and summer music school assisted by musicians. In the academic year 2014/2015, she performed in a duo with the guitarist Marko Smiljanić under the supervision of Prof. Lucia Rizzello. In April 2016, she won the Silver Award at the 8th International Music Competition and Festival for Soloists and Chamber Groups Svirél.
At the International Music Campus Campus Musica Udine, which took place from 25th August to 31st August 2016 in Italy, she was awarded the First Prize by a jury of experts. In December 2016 she released her first CD intiteled “Barok” with works of J. S. Bach, D. Scarlatti, J. Bull, J.Ph.Rameau, A. Soler. In April 2017, she won the Gold Award and was the finalist of  International Music Competition for Soloists and Chamber Group Svirel. With her group won the Silver Award at the same competiton.

Alessandro Stradella: Aria da chiesa - Pietá Signore
Johann Sebastian Bach: Jesus, bleibet meine Freude
Georg Friedrich Händel: O, mio Signore

G. F. Händel: Angels, ever bright and fair

K. Jenkins: Benedictus

                  Pie Jesu

                  Agnus dei

Franz Xaver Engelhart: Dajte mi zlatih strun
Peter Jereb: Mirno nam plove čolnič življenja
H. Wolf: Gebet (za glas in orgle priredil Max Reger)
Charles Gounod: Ave Maria
G. Faure: Pie Jesu
César Franck: Panis angelicus
Georges Bizet: Agnus Dei