21. June
at 20.30
Mestni muzej (City Museum) - Ljubljana

CONCERT FOR FLUTE AND HARP (Slovenia, Japan) – presentation of the new album

Karolina Šantl Zupan, flute
Mojca Zlobko Vajglharp
Sae Leepiano

Free addmission!

On the occasion of the World Music Festival Fête de la musique, Karolina Šantl Zupan and Mojca Zlobko Vajgl will present their latest album “Mozart – Bach” with a concert program, which will be released at ZKP on the day of the concert.

JOHANN S. BACH (1685–1750): Sonata in G-Minor, BWV 1020
WOLFGANG A. MOZART (1756–1791): Sonata No.4 in F-Major, K. 13
WOLFGANG A. MOZART (1756–1791): Flute and Harp Concerto, KV 299/297c





Karolina Šantl Zupan (flute) graduated from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, where she also completed her postgraduate studies. She then continued her education with prof. W. Schulz at the University of Fine Arts in Vienna and graduated with honors. During her studies she received several first prizes at various competitions, in 1993 the first prize at the competition of music artists of Slovenia, and she also received a special prize for the program in 1990 at the international competition in Markneukirchen. In the same year, she received the Prešeren Award for her performance of P. Gaubert’s sonata. She began her professional career in the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, and currently works as a full professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and Zagreb. She has collaborated with the Ljubljana Opera and Ballet Orchestra, the JuJu Symphony Orchestra (South Korea) and Nuremberg, and the Zagreb Soloists. As a soloist and chamber musician, she works domestically and internationally. She is a member of the international flute quartet 4Syrinx, with which she has been forming an independent subscription cycle for many years. She has released eight CDs, comprising works for flute and piano, flute and harp, flute quartet, and flute and orchestra. She leads summer schools and seminars, as well as professional training for music pedagogues. In the field of science, she deals with the interaction between the artistic and pedagogical education of future wind teachers.


Mojca Zlobko Vajgl, harpist and pedagogue at the Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana, has been one of the leading Slovenian music performers for many years. She graduated from the Academy of Music in Ljubljana and completed postgraduate harp studies at the College of Music and Theater in Hamburg. She has created a rich solo career, performing as a soloist in most European countries. She has performed with many renowned orchestras such as the Slovenian Philharmonic and the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, the Belgrade Philharmonic, the Berlin Symphony, the Sarajevo Philharmonic, the Kiev Philharmonic, the Vienna Symphony, the Stockholm Chamber Orchestra and many others. She dedicates most of his concert career to chamber music. In recent years she has more or less regularly collaborated with the Leipzig String Quartet, the Orpheus International Quartet, the Tartini String Quartet and many distinguished soloists, such as the first flutist of the Vienna Philharmonic Dieter Flury, Tobias Leaviola, concertmaster of the Slovenian Philharmonic Miro Bernarda Fink et al. The artist often performs at international music festivals, and music critics have recognized her musicality, perfection of technique, wide range of colors and distinct articulation in harp music pronunciation. So far, Mojca Zlobko Vajgl has also recorded seven CDs. At the invitation of the organizers, as a member of international expert juries, she participated in harp competitions in Austria and Poland.


Sae Lee (Osaka, Japan) graduated from Toho Gakuen University in Tokyo, and in 2007/08 graduated with honors in piano and chamber music from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. Sae Lee is the winner of nine first prizes in international competitions. She won first prize at the international competition Citta di Padova (Italy) and first prize at the international piano competition Albert Roussel (Bulgaria). As a soloist, she has performed with orchestras such as the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra, the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sofia Philharmonic, the Pleven Philharmonic, and the Kojima City Symphony Orchestra. She has performed at the Yamaha Music Festival, the International Piano Academy in Hamamatsu (Japan), the International Academy of Music in Nice (France) and the renowned Paris Piano à Enghien Festival. As a chamber musician, she collaborates with saxophonist Miha Rogina, with whom she performs all over the world as the Duo Kalypso. The duo is the winner of the first prizes at the international competitions Fnapec (Paris) and Carlo Soliva (Italy). Sae has appeared in several television and radio broadcasts across Japan and Europe. She has given concerts in Andorra, Austria, Bulgaria, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Germany, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine and Thailand. She is currently employed at the Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana as an expert for rehearsals.


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