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Summer Fridays at Pungert

14 June – 20 July 2019 | Café galerija Pungert



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Summer Fridays at Pungert 

The light summer Friday evenings at Pungert, the tip of Kranj’s rock, are buzzing with the rhythms of top musicians. The picturesque view of Kranj and its surrounding countryside gives these concerts a special atmosphere.


Maša Cilenšek will be the first to step on the stage under the chestnut tree. With her sensual voice, accompanied by very experienced musicians, she will take you on a journey through Slovenian evergreens and world hits.


The band Flat Hats plays catchy gipsy-swing rhythms and with their sparkling eyes and dressed in retro clothing, they will make sure that you’ll have an unforgettable evening full of dancing and fun.


The multi-cultural New York band of saxophonist Jan Kus, Slavo Rican Assembly, explores the similarities and differences between the Caribbean and Slavic-Balkans music traditions, blending them into a sparkling fresh, emotive and rhythmically charged mix.


The quartet Carniola Artius mixes classical music with film music and pop. In the first part of their concert, you will be able to enjoy the music of Mozart and Schubert, while in the second part, you can sing along to all the well-known rhythms you once heard on the radio and TV.


The quintet lead by the drummer Janez Sagadin is a young band full of pep, composed of jazz students from Dutch conservatories, four of them studying in Groningen and one in Rotterdam.


The five young Jazz Ladies came together through their love of jazz. They fascinate their audience with variations and covers of music from the 60s and 70s, as well as contemporary compositions. They play jazz, swing and bebop standards, but their repertoire also includes Latin American songs and Slovenian chansons.


The Dixie Shock Band is a group of very experienced and academically trained musicians who enjoy playing the legendary, fun and cheerful Dixieland music. This is the music from New Orleans in the southern United States, where it was born at the beginning of the 20th century. The most popular representative of this music genre was the trumpeter and singer Louis Armstrong.


Programme 2019 

Friday, 19 July 2019

  • 9pm: Jazz Ladies


Saturday, 20 July 2019

  • 9pm: Dixie Šok Band



Past events:


Friday, 14 June 2019

  • 9pm: Maša & The Band


Friday, 21 June 2019

  • 9pm: Flat Hats


Friday, 28 June 2019

  • 9pm: Jan Kus & Slavo Rican Assembly


Friday, 5 July 2019

  • 9pm: Carniola Artius


Friday, 12 July 2019

  • 9pm: Janez Sagadin Quintet