What's going on in Ljubljana this month?

Live Crib at Ljubljana Castle

2 - 6 January: A live nativity re-enactment will be staged in the parts of Ljubljana Castle that visitors rarely have an opportunity to see. See more information ...

Barnabás Kelemen, violin (Hungary) & Olli Mustonen, piano (Finland)

8 January: This concert will feature two of Europe's fastest-rising new generation musicians, who will join forces to perform a programme of mostly intimate chamber works from the oeuvres of selected classical composers. See more information ...

Picture Slovenia - open-air photographic exhibition

Until 16 January 2015: Visit Ljubljana's Tivoli Park and view an exhibition of large-format photographs of Ljubljana, the Central Slovenia region and Slovenia's major sights taken by amateur and professional photographers for the Picture Slovenia photographic competition. See more information ... 

Tamara Obrovac - jazz, etno concert

20 January: The music of the Croatian vocalist, flautist and composer Tamara Obrovac draws on influences from Istrian folk music and tradition. She is considered to be one of the most versatile Croatian jazz musicians. See more information ..

Chico César (Brazil)

22 January: An outstanding performer from the federal state of Paraiba is taking Europe by storm with his seductive dance rhythms and original musical idiom. See more information ...

Richard Strauss: Salome

22, 24, 27, 30 January: Music Drama in One Act. Co-production with the Hong Kong Opera. See more information ...

The Nature of Art Nouveau

20 January - 18 April: This travelling exhibition, set up by the international Réseau Art Nouveau Network, focuses on the relationship of the popular Art Nouveau style of art with nature. See more information ...

Salvador Dalí

Until 1 March 2015: This selling exhibition brings together more than 200 prints and reproductions of sculptures by the famous 20th century surrealist painter Salvador Dalí. See more information ... 

Dragon Carnival in the streets of Ljubljana

14 February: The Dragon carnival traditionally held in Ljubljana consists of a large Shrovetide carnival parade through the city's streets and a programme of entertainment held in the centrally located Kongresni trg square. See more information ...

Gibanica / Moving Cake: Festival of Slovenian Dance

18 - 21 February: The Gibanica / Moving Cake festival is a biennial overview of dance creativity in Slovenia. It showcases the finest in Slovenian contemporary dance. See more information ... 

Emona: A City of the Empire

Until 31 May: The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of the Roman city of Emona, built two millenniums ago on the site of the present-day Ljubljana. See more information ...