vocal music


VOCAL ENSEMBLE

The ensemble performs Renaissance, Baroque and contemporary music, records thematically diverse programs, gives concerts in excellent halls and participates in national and international music festivals.


TRIPTYCH

PROGRAMME

TRIPTYCH brings together three thematically related expressions into a sensory and aesthetic whole. The first part - MOMENT - refers to a fundamental existential question, with answers found in the expressionist poetry of Srečko Kosovel and Tone Kuntner. In the second part, we touch upon the symbol of the mother - MOTHER - establishing a special relationship with Mary. The third part - FATHERLAND - is dedicated to the reverence for the homeland and tradition. The texts are musically arranged by Vinko Vodopivec, Samo Vremšak, Vilko Ukmar, Hugolin Sattner, Franc Shubert, Vytautas Miškinis, Emil Adamič, France Cigan and Marij Kogoj.

EVENTS

May 26th 2024, at 7pm
CROWNED MAY / NOVOMEŠKI SAKRALNI ABONMA
Church of St. Nikolaj, Novo mesto

August 22nd 2024, at 8pm
TRIPTYCH / ROKOVO POLETJE
Church of St. Rok, Šmarje pri Jelšah

August 25th 2024, at 7pm
TRIPTYCH / DVORIŠČNI KONCERTI
Church of St. Primož & Felicijan, Vrhpolje

2. oktober 2024, ob 19h
TRIPTYCH / PLEČNIK & A-CAPPELLA
National and University Library, Ljubljana














ABOUT US

Elinor Ensemble represents significant cultural gain of ancient region, focuses on achieving quality vocal production, based on individual education and upbringing of singers. The ensemble strives to achieve the level of singing that enables recording of thematically diverse programmes, concert performances in excellent halls and participation in national as well as international music festivals. The artistic director of the ensemble is Robert Feguš.

ENSEMBLE: Pia Rener Gaberc - soprano, Aldina Clarisa Ban - alto, David Lukner - baritone, Edvard Kurnik - bass and Robert Feguš - tenor.


            

THE MOMENT

PROGRAMME

Music poetry written by Srečko Kosovel, Josip Murn, Anton Medved, Tone Kuntner and Anton Martin Slomšek. The poetic speech was musically equipped by slovenian composers Marij Kogoj, Vilko Ukmar, Samo Vremšak, Alojz Srebotnjak, Anton Lajovic and Luka Gojkošek.

THE OTHER REPERTOIRE

Charles Villiers Stanford, Francis Poulenc, Wilhelm Nagel, Franz Schubert, Matija Tomc, Stephen Paulus, Damijan Močnik, Edward Elgar, Gabriel Fauré, Henry Purcel, Ivor Bosanko, Eric Whitacre, Frédéric Chopin, Ubald Vrabec, Johann Sebastian Bach, Maurice Duruflé, Andrej Makor, Zoltán Kodály, Ennio Morricone, Oskar Dev, James E. Moore, Andrej Vavken, Alojzij Mav, Aldo Kumar and Henry Purcel.