Marko Hatlak, accordion
Eva Dolinšek, harpsichord
The program includes works/arrangements of Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Ludwig Krebs, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Igor Stravinsky, Marko Hatlak, and others.
Marko Hatlak, »audience favourite« described by the German newspaper Berliner Morgenpost, is performing all over the world since 2000. After graduating from the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music and Ballet he continued his studies in Germany – first in Weimar under professor Ivan Kobal, and later in Würzburg where he finished his postgraduate studies under the renowned professor Stefan Hussong. Twenty years of performing solo concerts and sharing the stage with many acknowledged solo artists, ensembles, orchestras, and conductors has led him to his unique and unmistakable approach. The musical genres he performs – tango, ethno, baroque and contemporary classical music – are brought closer to the audience through music and story-telling, thus forming a genuine bond with the listeners. Lately, he has been active as an author and singer in the Marko Hatlak BAND, performing pop, funk, Latin and rock. He has toured in Europe and America. He collaborates with outstanding musicians such as Stefan Milenković, Tommy Emanuel, Stefan Hussong, Vlatko Stefanovski, Iztok Mlakar and others. As a soloist, he has performed with Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra (under the baton of En Shaa), Yen Philharmonic, etc. He has recorded numerous solo albums with baroque and contemporary classical music, popular, ethno, and tango music.
Eva Dolinšek studied harpsichord at the Ljubljana Academy of Music under prof. Egon Mihajlović. In 2015, having passed the master’s examination with distinction and shown outstanding artistic development, she graduated summa cum laude. She continues her activities in the early music field with numerous solo and chamber concerts, professional lectures, and writing professional articles. In 2016 she released her first CD entitled BAROK. A jury of experts awarded her first prize at the final concert of Campus Musica Udine 2016, she also won a gold certificate as a soloist at the Svirél International Music Competition in 2017. Since 2011 she has been the artistic director of the baroque chamber ensemble Musica Nucis. In 2018 she became an assistant for the harpsichord studies at the Ljubljana Academy of Music.
Admission free. Free tickets can be picked up the last hour before the concert at the entrance to the City Museum. The number of seats is limited, so we advise you to arrive a little earlier.
Due to safety measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections, all visitors must wear protective facemasks, disinfect their hands regularly, and observe a safety distance of at least 1.5 m. According to the NIJZ regulation, the collection of personal data of all visitors is mandatory, the data must be kept for 30 days. Entry to the event is only possible with a ticket, visitors are asked to enter the venue individually, hostesses will accompany them to a vacant seat. To ensure safety, we kindly ask all visitors to strictly follow the instructions. If you suspect that you have come in contact with the coronavirus or are showing typical signs of the disease, do not attend the event. Let’s take care of ourselves and our loved ones.