Slovak Philharmonic

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Slovak Philharmonic
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Founded 1949
Location Bratislava, Slovakia
Concert hall Reduta Bratislava Concert Hall
Principal conductor Emmanuel Villaume

The Slovak Philharmonic (Slovenská filharmónia) is a symphony orchestra in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Founded in 1949,[1] the orchestra has resided since the 1950s in the Baroque era Reduta Bratislava concert hall constructed in 1773. Besides giving seasonal concerts, it also plays regularly at music festivals throughout Europe, and has made international tours to Cyprus, Turkey, Japan, and the United States. The orchestra has produced many critically acclaimed recordings, particularly for Naxos Records.[1]

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Coordinates: 48°08′28″N 17°06′37″E / 48.14111°N 17.11028°E / 48.14111; 17.11028