Thursday, May 28, 2009

UPOL Brass

UPOL Brass (quintet) officially started with playing!

UPOL Brass is newly formed brass quintet, which is part of University Symphonic Winds Ljubljana (UPOL). UPOL Brass is formed of five young and talented students of music, who comes from all parts of Slovenia. Their repertoire consists from all kind of genres, they prefer playing baroque and modern music. They play at independent concerts, exhibitions, festal receptions, music seminars, weddings...
Their repertoire list is still incomplete, thanks for your understanding.

Upol Brass je na novo ustanovljeni trobilni kvintet, ki deluje pod okriljem Univerzitetnega Pihalnega Orkesta Ljubljana (UPOL-a). Kvintet je sestavljen iz petih mladih študentov glasbe, ki prihajajo z različnih koncev Slovenije. Njihov repertoar obsega najrazličnejše zvrsti, najrajši pa se spogledujejo z baročno in moderno glasbo. Igrajo na samostojnih koncertih, otvoritvah razstav, slavnostnih sprejemih, glasbenih seminarjih, porokah,...
Njihov seznam repertoarja je še nepopoln, prosimo za razumevanje.


Gregor Turk1st Trumpet
Domen Gracej2nd Trumpet
Miha HafnerHorn
Ziga BarbaTrombone
Rok SinkovecTuba





Saturday, May 9, 2009

Playing in European Parliament


European Parliament - Strasbourg, France

Programme 4th May, 2009:
19:45 - CONCERT (first part): University Symphonic Winds Ljubljana (UPOL)

(conductor: Simon Perčič)

- "Zdravljica" - Slovenian anthem, arr. L. Kranjčan

- "Pozdrav iz Slovenije" - Bojan Adamič

- "Candide Suite: Auto-da-fe, Glitter and Be Gay, Make Our Garden Grow" - L. Bernstein, arr. C. Grundman

- "Fanfare and Funk" - Oliver Waespi
20:00 - SPEACHES:

- Welcoming address: Lojze Peterle MEP (EPP-ED), Former Prime Minister of Slovenia

- Festal speaker: Jan Figel, Member of the European Commission in charge of Education, Training, Culture and Youth (TBC)

20:10 - CONCERT (second part): University Symphonic Winds Ljubljana:

- "Libertango" - A. Piazzolla, arr. M. Etchegoncelay

- "Kolko kapljic"- Sl.folksong, arr: L. Kranjčan

- "La cumparsita" - G. M. Rodríguez, arr. M. Etchegoncelay

- "Stu ledi" – folksong from Triest, arr. J. Dovč

- "Slovenski pozdravi" - V. & S. Avsenik