|Linhartov trg 1, SI-4240 Radovljica|
|Phone||386 (0) 4 531 2291|
|Fax||386 (0) 4 531 2291|
|Organised by||Early Music Society Radovljica|
|Festival dates||8.8.2015 - 23.8.2015|
6.8.2016 - 23.8.2016
5.8.2017 - 23.8.2017
4.8.2018 - 22.8.2018
10.8.2019 - 25.8.2019
7.8.2020 - 23.8.2020
|Marija Kolar, President and Technical Director|
|Domen Marinčič, Artistic Director|
|Nataša Cetinski, Public Relations Officer|
Concerts, new works and education
The Radovljica Festival features a wide scope of music, from reconstructions of performances from before the advent of musical notation through the most recent works of the 21st century.
The 2010 edition of the festival presented Slovene musicians (and with and Stefan Temmingh, ) as well as international groups Le Concert Brisé, The Harp Consort (Guernsey), Amphion Wind Octet, John Potter and Ariel Abramovich, La Colombina, Pino De Vittorio Ensemble, and the project Mahler Plays Mahler. The festival closes with Benjamin Bagby's performance of the the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf.
Radovljica Festival also commissions some new works by Slovene composers. In 2010 the new compositions byand were specially commissioned by the Radovljica Festival and premièred by : (clarinet), (guitar) and (accordion).
In 2010 the festival hosted John Potter, a singer, author and vocal coach, who held a lecture on "Singing Early Music in the 21st Century" and led a one-day workshop for singers and vocal ensembles.
The Radovljica Festival is a member of the European Early Music Network (REMA).
Concerts are held at the Radovljica manor, on Linhart Square, in St Peter's Church as well as in the Annunciation Church at the nearby village Velesovo, which since 2007 treasures a high-quality organ built by the Močnik organ workshop (modelled on an instrument by Bach's friend and preferred builder Zacharias Hildebrandt). A free bus is organised for visitors coming from Ljubljana and Kranj.