Zoran Dukic (, Zagreb) was presented with a guitar at the early age of six. Today he is one of the most distinguished classical guitarists of. Maroje Brčić was born in Dubrovnik where he started playing the guitar at the age of 7 under the guidance of his father Stefanin Brčić. Dubrovacki simfonijski orkestar. DSO / Christoph Campestrini, conductor / Mak Grgić, guitar. Friday Museum of Modern Art at Đ. Jusić Guitar Concerto.
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Identical not only in good looks, but in their guita style and charming stage manner, Peter and Zoltan know how to make a good show.
Dubrovacki simfonijski orkestar
His performances throughout the 5 guitsr have inspired numerous composers to dedicate their works to him. Master-virtuoso, avoiding at every instance effect-striving, empty virtuosity His premiers of new music are strengthened by his admiration of contemporary musical expression.
Artist of exceptional sensitivity Not one, but two encores followed the performance, circling and connecting the two contrary part of the concert beautifully. Bach was released with the Dutch Channel Classics label. They have given recitals in the major concert venues throughout the world including performances at the Carnegie Hall, the Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Suntory Hall in Tokyo,and the Philharmonie in Cologne.
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The Dubrovnik Guitar Trio has regularly performed across the country at renowed festivals ever since their foundation in In numerous competitions he was selected by the audience itself for the prize of the public, a self-evident testimony to his natural ability to communicate through music.
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Zoran DukicZagreb was presented with a guitar at the early age of six. Master of the instrument, shining in virtuoso moments as well as in the intimate ones. They have performed as guests on several continents and have held premiere performances of many pieces dedicated to them by renowned Croatian composers.
Over the course of the years, she has achieved title roles in the most prestigious opera ghitar such as the Washington National Opera, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, at the Opera Frankfurt, Chicago Opera Theater and others, as well as on concert stages all over the world.
Being exceptionally enthusiastic and dedicated to teaching, his pedagogical activities are equally impressive.
DSO / Christoph Campestrini, conductor / Mak Grgić, guitar – Dubrovacki simfonijski orkestar
Zoran Dukic guitxr has these qualities. The Katona Twins have been invited on numerous occasions to record for the BBC and other international television and radio stations. They were resident Artists of San Francisco Performances from They guitr awarded the professional award The Milka Trnina Diploma for the year His mastery of the instrument is best summed up in following quotes: Dukic is, without exaggeration, one of the best guitarists of today and one of the greatest musicians Croatia has ever had Llobet, Pujol, Segovia, Presti are back!
This is a musician not a guitarist.
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Her last performance at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival was inwhen she held a recital alongside pianist Roger Vignoles. Breathless virtuosity, fascinating dubrovcki of dynamics, astounding beauty and clarity of tone and unbelievable concentration and focus as he dives into the depths of the spirit of the music, bringing back to us its metaphysical dimension disguised and cloaked in sound. In addition to this, he regularly gives masterclasses all over the world and is often an invited guest to numerous guitar festivals.
Their programmes also include concertos for two guitars and orchestra by Rodrigo, Vivaldi, Piazzolla, and Tedesco. Inas the soloists of the “Night of the Proms” they performed live to half a million people in arenas across Europe.
He treats his instrument with intimate sensibility and cherishes warm and noble guitar sound He is a leading guitarist of his generation.
He has also toured with entire Bach programs, performing complete cycles of lute, violin or cello suites. The audience was captured by the performance of this unusual blend of three guitars and the human voice.
The sonority he creates from his guitar is as admirable as his palette of expression and elegance. Several contemporary composers have written for and dedicated works to the Katona Twins. The duo studied in Budapest, Frankfurt and in London. Today he is one of the most distinguished classical guitarists of our time. He also has a special affinity for Spanish and South American musical idiom, the core repertoire of classical guitar.
Bach is still the focal point of his musical life. In the greatest Spanish guitar competition in Madrid, patronized by the Royal Family, he was awarded, in addition to the first prize, the special prize for the best interpretation of Spanish music first time awarded to a non-Spaniard.
He has educated generations of young classical guitarists and has one of the most successful classes in Europe.
The twins have won over ten international prizes at major competitions in New York, London, Germany, France, and Hungary. His concert performances, both as a soloist or with an orchestra, leave long-lasting impressions on audiences and critics alike.
His concept of baroque style bears a stamp of authenticity