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Realizaciju koncerata pomoglo je
Ministarstvo kulture
Republike Hrvatske.
Concerts have been supported
by the Ministry of Culture of the
Republic of Croatia.

Četvrti međunarodni festival klasične glazbe Novi Vinodolski 2014.
The 4th International Classical Music Festival Novi Vinodolski 2014

Program

Srijeda, 16. srpnja, 21.00 – Svečano otvorenje
Wednesday, July 16, 9 p. m. – Opening ceremony

Simfonijski puhački orkestar OSRH /
Croatian Armed Forces Wind Symphony Orchestra

Dirigent / Conductor Miroslav Vukovojac-Dugan Neda Božić, harfa / harp

Debussy, Händel, Ravel

Ponedjeljak, 21. srpnja 21.00 / Monday, July 21, 9 p. m. Pedro Rogerio Aguiar, gitara / guitar, Brazil Carlevaro, Walton, Rodrigo,  Castelnuovo-Tedesco

Ponedjeljak, 28. srpnja 21.00 / Monday, July 28, 9 p. m. Gudački kvintet Cadenza / Cadenza String Quintet Krešimir Marmilić, violina / violin

Gorjana Jurilj, violina / violin Petar Haluza, viola / viola

Vinko Grubešić, violončelo / cello

Saša Špoljar, kontrabas / double bass

Gošća koncerta / Guest of the concert Maria Mikulić Štimac, klavir / piano

Purcell, Warlock, Suk, Mozart, Dvořák, Elgar

 

Četvrtak, 7. kolovoza, 21.00 / 7 Thursday, August 7, 9 p. m. 

Zagrebački puhački trio / Zagreb Woodwind Trio

Dario Golčić, oboa / oboe

Domagoj Pavlović, klarinet / clarinet Žarko Perišić, fagot / bassoon

Rameau, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven

 

Srijeda, 13. kolovoza, 21.00 / Wednesday, August 13, 9 p. m. 

Ansambl 4 Syrinx / 4 Syrinx Ensemble, Hrvatska, SlovenijaCroatia,Slovenia

 Karolina Šantl Zupan, flauta / flute Marina Novak, flauta / flute

Irena Rovtar, flauta / flute Darija Zokić, flauta / flute


Reicha, Telemann, Gianella, Ravel, Bizet

Svečano otvorenje, Opening ceremony

Komorni sastav Simfonijskog puhačkog orkestra OS RH /

Chamber ensemble of the Croatian Armed Forces Wind Symphony Orchestra


Srijeda, 16. srpnja u 21,oo / Wednesday, July 16, 9 p. m 21.00

dirigent / conductor Miroslav Vukovojac-Dugan

Neda Božić, harfa / harp


PROGRAM

Debussy (1862-1918) Iz suite / From the suite Children’s Corner / Dječji kutić

Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum

Golliwogg’s Cakewalk

 

F. Händel (1685-1759) Koncert u B-duru, op. 4, br. 6 / Concerto in B flat major,

Op. 4, No. 6

Andante allegro

Larghetto

Allegro moderato

 

Ravel (1875 – 1937)         Ma mere l’oye, suite / Moja majka guska, suita / MotherGoose, suite

Pavane de la belle au bois dormant / Pavana Trnoružice /
Pavane of Sleeping Beauty

Petit Poucet / Palčić / Hop-o’-My-Thumb

Laideronnette, impératrice des pagodes / Mala ružna carica
pagoda / Little Ugly Girl, Empress of the Pagodas

Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête / Razgovor Ljepotice i 
Zvijeri / Conversation of Beauty and the Beast

Le jardin féerique / Vilinski vrt / The Fairy Garden

 

M. Ravel                           Le tombeau de Couperin / Na Couperinovu grobu / The Tomb of Couperin, suita / suite

Prelude

Forlane

Menuet

Rigaudon

 

SIMFONIJSKI PUHAČKI ORKESTAR OS RH reprezentativni je orkestar Republike Hrvatske, utemeljen 1991. Uz obavljanje protokolarnih zadaća kao okosnice svojeg djelovanja, orkestar je razvio opsežnu koncertnu djelatnost. Najveći dio repertoara čine originalne skladbe za puhače, hrvatske praizvedbe djela svjetske glazbene baštine, djela suvremenih skladatelja i praizvedbe skladbi hrvatskih autora. Brojne nastupe orkestar je ostvario na hrvatskim ljetnim festivalima, Varaždinskim baroknim večerima, euharistijskim slavljima prilikom dolaska Pape Ivana Pavla II. u Zagreb 1995. i 1998., Međunarodnoj glazbenoj tribini u Opatiji 1996. i 1997., Puli 1999., otvorenju Dubrovačkih ljetnih igara 1997. i 1998., te gostovanjima u Budimpešti (1997.), na međunarodnom festivalu Moskovska jesen 1997. i Danima hrvatske glazbe u Beču 2008. i 2010. Uz koncertnu djelatnost, orkestar je s velikim uspjehom nastupao i na mnogim međunarodnim festivalima vojnih orkestara. Simfonijski puhački orkestar OS RH dobitnik je hrvatskih glazbenih nagrada – diplome Milka Trnina za vrhunske glazbene domete u 1997. godini, te nagrade Vatroslav Lisinski 1998. za izvođenje djela hrvatskih skladatelja. Trenutačno je pod vodstvom zapovjednika i dirigenta Miroslava  Vukovojac-Dugana.

The CROATIAN ARMED FORCES WIND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA is a representative orchestra  of  the Republic of Croatia, founded in 1991. Besides performing its protocol tasks, the orchestra has given various concerts within the concert season at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb. The main part of the repertoire is made up of original compositions for wind instruments, and special notice is given to first performances of pieces by Croatian composers, as well as the Croatian first performances of pieces which are part of world’s musical heritage. The orchestra has performed at various Croatian summer festivals, at Varaždin Baroque Evenings and Music Biennale Zagreb, and took part in the Eucharistic celebrations during Pope John Paul II’s visits to Zagreb in 1995 and 1998. Worth mentioning are also the guest performances in Lourdes, Budapest, at the Moscow Autumn festival and military music festivals in Berlin, Cologne, Albertville, Neuchâtel, Eger, Karlsruhe, Debrecen, Saumur, Stuttgart, Rotterdam, Hannover… Today, under the commander and conductor Miroslav Vukovojac-Dugan, the orchestra is mainly focused on its protocolar, ceremonial and concert tasks for almost 300 days a year.

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Miroslav Vukovojac-Dugan upisuje studij na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu 1987. u klasi Josipa Nochte, kod kojeg i diplomira, uz Rektorovu nagradu, 1991. Godine 1992. postaje pripadnikom Simfonijskog puhačkog orkestra OS RH i tu djeluje na mjestu prvog klarinetista do 2003. kada postaje zapovjednikom orkestra. Na mjestu zapovjednika u posljednje četiri godine sve češće bavi se i dirigiranjem, a školovanje za dirigenta puhačkih orkestara završio je 2013. u Ljubljani kod Jana Cobera (Nizozemska).

Miroslav Vukovojac-Dugan started studying clarinet at the Zagreb Academy of Music in 1987, in the class of Josip Nochta, and completed his studies in 1991, with Rector’s Award. In 1992, he joined the Wind Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Armed Forces where he held the post of first clarinetist until 2003 when he became the commander of the orchestra. With his role as a commander, he has been increasingly engaged in conducting in the past four years. He received his education as a conductor of wind orchestras in Ljubljana (Slovenia), in the class of Jan Cober (Netherlands).

Neda Božić završila je studij harfe na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu 2008. u klasi Diane Grubišić Ćiković, te stekla zvanje akademski muzičar harfist i profesor harfe te magistar muzike.
Tijekom školovanja osvajala je nagrade na državnim i međunarodnim natjecanjima učenika i studenata glazbe. Bila je stipendistica Grada Rijeke tijekom cijelog studija. Pohađala je seminare eminentnih harfista Rude Ravnik-Kosi, Cecil Marchal, Şirin Pancaroğlu te svjetski kongres harfista u Amsterdamu. Surađivala je s orkestrom Hrvatskog narodnog kazališta u Zagrebu, orkestrom HNK Ivana pl. Zajca u Rijeci, Dubrovačkim simfonijskim orkestrom, Hrvatskim komornim orkestrom, Simfonijskim puhačkim orkestrom Hrvatske vojske i Simfonijskim orkestrom Hrvatske radio-televizije. Održala je samostalni koncert u Filodrammatici u Rijeci 2008., sudjelovala u brojnim koncertima i svečanim prigodama, a s flamenco fusion ansamblom La Passion Escondida nastupila na festivalu Crikvenica Jazz Meeting i manifestaciji Ljeto na Gradini.

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Neda Božić graduated in harp from the Zagreb Academy of Music in 2008, in the class of Diana Grubišić Ćiković, thus having acquired the title academic musician harpist, harp teacher and master of music.
During her studies she won prizes at national and international music competitions. She was a Fellow of the City of Rijeka throughout her studies. She has attended seminars by eminent harpists Rude Ravnik-Kosi, Cecil Marchal, Şirin Pancaroğlu, and the World Harp Congress in Amsterdam. She has collaborated with the Opera orchestras of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb and Ivan Zajc Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka, respectively, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, Croatian Chamber Orchestra, Croatian Armed Forces Wind Symphony Orchestra and Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. She has given a recital at the Filodrammatica in Rijeka in 2008, performed in various concerts and on special occasions, and played with the flamenco fusion band La Passion Escondida at the festival Crikvenica Jazz Meeting and at the event Summer on Gradina in 2011.

Ponedjeljak, 21.srpnja 21,00 / Monday, July 21, 9 p.m.

Pedro Rogério Aguiar, gitara / guitar, Brazil

PROGRAM

A. Carlevaro (1916-2001)     5 Preludios Americanos / 5 American Preludes

Evocation

Scherzino

Campo

Ronda

Tamboriles

 

W. Walton (1902 – 1983)       Bagatelles

Allegro assai

Lento sognando

Alla Cubana

Lento

Presto con slancio

 

J. Rodrigo (1901 – 1999)         Invocatiom y Danza / Invocation and Dance

 

M. Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895 – 1968) Sonata omaggio a Boccherini

Hommage to Boccherini, op. 77

Allegro con spirito

Andantino, quasi canzone

Tempo di Minuetto

Vivo ed energico

Brazilski gitarist Pedro Rogerio Aguiar zapo.inje .kolovanje kod Maurizija Martinsa, a nastavlja 2005. kod Cide Alvim na Brazilijskom glazbenom konzervatoriju (EMB). God. 2010. primio je stipendiju za studij na Sveu.ili.tu Marshall (SAD), gdje je studirao kod Julija Alvesa. God. 2011. magistrirao je u razredu Eduarda Meirinhosa na Saveznom sveu.ili.tu u Goiasu, Brazil. Godinu 2012. provodi u Parizu, kao student Judicaela Perroya na Glazbenom konzervatoriju u Aulnay-sous-Boisu. Tijekom svog umjetni.kog sazrijevanja osvojio je brojne nagrade na natjecanjima: 17. gitaristi.ko natjecanje Souza Lima (Sao Paulo, 2006.), 10. brazilijski zimski festival i natjecanje (Brasilia, 2007.), Prvo natjecanje mladih talenata (Goiania, Brazil, 2008.), Prvo gitaristi.ko natjecanje u Punta del Este (Urugvaj, 2011.), Peto gitaristi.ko natjecanje Eustaquio Grilo (Brasilia, 2011.), Natjecanje Umjetni.kog muzeja u Sao Paulu (Sao Paulo, 2011.), Tre.e gitaristi.ko natjecanje Vital Medeiros (Sao Paulo, 2012.).

Nastupio je u poznatim brazilskim dvoranama, kao .to su: Villa-Lobos u Narodnom kazali.tu Claudio Santoro, dvorana Levino de Alcantara na Brazilijskom glazbenom konzervatoriju, Kulturni centar u Sao Paulu, te, u inozemstvu, koncertna dvorana Smith na Sveu.ili.tu Marshall (SAD) i Kulturni centar Marco del Pont (Argentina). Zavr.io je poslijediplomski studij na Visokoj .koli za glazbu i kazali.te u Munchenu, u razredu Franza Halasza.

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Brazilian guitarist Pedro Rogério Aguiar began studying guitar with Maurizio Martins. In 2005, he became a student of Cida Alvim at Brasília School of Music (EMB). In 2010, he received a scholarship to study at Marshall University (USA), where he studied with Julio Alves. In 2011, he became Bachelor in Music under the guidance of Eduardo Meirinhos at UFG (Federal University of Goiás, Brazil). In 2012, Pedro Rogério Aguiar lived in Paris, where he was student of Judicael Perroy at Aulnay-sous-Bois Music Conservatory. Pedro was prize winner in guitar competitions, such as 17th Guitar Competition Souza Lima (São Paulo, 2006), 1st Young Talents Competition (Goiânia, Brazil, 2008), 10th Brasília Winter Festival and Competition (Brasilia, 2007), 1st Punta del Este Guitar Competition (Uruguay, 2011), 5th Eustáquio Grilo Guitar Competition (Brasília, 2011), Sao Paulo Art Museum Competition (São Paulo, 2011), and 3rd Vital Medeiros Guitar Competition (São Paulo, 2012).

Pedro has given concerts in concert halls in his homeland, such as the Villa-Lobos Hall at the Claudio Santoro National Theatre, the Levino de Alcântara Concert Hall at the School of Music of Brasília, Cultural Center São Paulo, and abroad, at Smith Music Hall at Marshall University (USA) and Marco del Pont Cultural Center (Argentina), among others. He completed his postgraduate studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich, under the guidance of Franz Halász.

Ponedjeljak, 28. srpnja, 21.00 / Monday, July 28, 9 p. m.

Gudački kvintet Cadenza / Cadenza String Quintet, Zagreb

Krešimir Marmilić, violina / violin

Gorjana Jurilj, violina / violin

Petar Haluza, viola / viola

Vinko Grubešić, violončelo / cello

Saša Špoljar, kontrabas / double bass

Gošća koncerta / Guest of the concert Maria Mikulić Štimac, klavir / piano

PROGRAM

H. Purcell (1659-1695)Chanconne in G
  
P. Warlock (1894-1930)Suita Capriol / Capriol Suite
 I. Basse – Danse
II. Pavane
III. Tordion
IV. Bransles
V. Pieds-en-l’air
VI. Mattachins
  
J. Suk (1874-1935)Meditacija na temu staročeškoga korala
Sv. Václav, op. 35 a / Meditation on the
Old Czech Chorale St. Wenceslas, Op. 35 a
  
W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)Divertimento u D-duru, K. 136 /
Divertimento in D major, K. 136
 Allegro
Andante
Presto
  
A. Dvořák (1841-1904)Bagatela za dvije violine, violončelo
i klavir, op. 14 / Bagatelle for Two Violins,
Cello and Piano, Op. 14
 Allegretto scherzando
Tempo di Minuetto
Alegretto scherzando
Canon, Andante con noto
Poco Allegro
  
E. Elgar (1857-1934)Chanson de Matin / Jutarnja pjesma /
Morning Song
  
C. Gardel (1890-1935)Tango Por una Cabeza

Gudački ansambl Cadenza Zagreb osnovao je Krešimir Marmilić 1995. Nastupajući na mnogobrojnim koncertnim podijima i ljetnim festivalima, Cadenza se neprestano potvrđuje kao kvalitetan komorni ansambl sa zanimljivim i kvalitetnim programima, koji rado surađuje s mnogim istaknutim glazbenicima i ansamblima, mladim glazbenicima te pjevačkim zborovima. Svojom sposobnošću i univerzalnošću prilagodbe proširenja sastava, ansambl, koji je u svojoj osnovi gudački kvartet, njeguje programe i za druge komorne sastave – trio, kvintet ili sekstet. Nakon godina nastupanja na najcjenjenijim pozornicama u zemlji, kvartet je zabilježio veliki inozemni uspjeh na gostovanju u Bruxellesu 2012. te na gostovanju u Bergamu 2013., u glasovitoj dvorani Alfredo Piatti. Tim nastupima kvartet nastavlja niz koncerata pod naslovom Glazbene iskrice, na kojima predstavlja djela hrvatskih i svjetskih skladatelja.

U stalnoj težnji za istraživanjem zvuka i novih programa kvartet često poziva u sastav i kontrabasista Sašu Špoljara, s kojim nastupa kao gudački kvintet.

Kao kvintet Cadenza Zagreb pokazao je veliki potencijal u izvođenju komorne glazbe na nizu podija u Zagrebu i na ljetnim festivalima. Zahvaljujući višegodišnjoj suradnji glazbenika, komorni sastav kvarteta iznimno se uspješno modelirao u kvintetski ansambl bogatog i toplog zvuka, koji koncertna publika s naklonošću prepoznaje, cijeni i hvali. Programski, kvintet izvodi najatraktivnija djela svih vremenskih razdoblja.

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The Cadenza String Ensemble, Zagreb was founded by Krešimir Marmilić in 1995. By appearing at numerous concert venues and various summer festivals, Cadenza has been winning recognition as a high-quality chamber ensemble with interesting and fine concert programs, and collaborating with prominent artists and ensembles, young musicians and choirs. Owing to the flexibility of its size, the ensemble – being basically a string quartet – also performs music for other chamber music combinations, such as trio, quintet or sextet. After years of appearing on the most prestigious concert podiums in Croatia, the Quartet has achieved remarkable success abroad by giving a concert in Brussels (Belgium) in 2012, as well as one in Bergamo (Italy) in 2013, at the famous Alfredo Piatti Concert Hall. Both were part of the concert series entitled Music Sparkles, presenting works by Croatian and foreign composers. In a constant effort to explore the sound and a new concert repertoire, the Quartet often invites the double-bass player Saša Špoljar, appearing with him as a string quintet. As the Cadenza String Quintet, the ensemble showed high potential in chamber music making at numerous concert venues in Zagreb and various summer festivals. Thanks to the musicians’ long-term collaboration, the quartet has transformed itself very successfully into a quintet of a warm and rich sound that is recognized, appreciated and praised by the audience. Regarding the repertoire, the Quintet performs the most attractive musical pieces of all epochs.

 

Pijanistica Maria Mikulić Štimac diplomirala je na petrogradskom Konzervatoriju Rimski-Korsakov, naslov magistre umjetnosti potvrdila je na Hochschule für Musik u Grazu i na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu. Kao članica Hrvatske zajednice samostalnih umjetnika, osim u Hrvatskoj nastupala je u Rusiji, Mađarskoj, Njemačkoj, Italiji, Austriji, Japanu, Srbiji i BiH – solistički i u komornim sastavima. Nastupala je na domaćim i inozemnim festivalima. Izdala je pet CD-a, vodi pijanističke umjetničke radionice.

Pianist Maria Mikulić Štimac graduated from the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in St. Petersburg. She earned her master’s degree at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz and at the Zagreb Academy of Music. As a member of the Croatian Freelance Artists’ Association, she has performed in Croatia, Russia, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Austria, Japan, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, both as a soloist and within chamber ensembles. She has also performed at Croatian and international music festivals. She has released five CDs, she leads artistic piano workshops.

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Četvrtak, 7. kolovoza, 21.00 /Thursday, August 7, 9 p. m.

Zagrebački puhački trio / Zagreb Woodwind Trio

Dario Golčić (oboa / oboe),
Domagoj Pavlović (klarinet / clarinet) i
Žarko Perišić (fagot / bassoon)

PROGRAM

T. Uhlik (1956- )Dva stavka za puhački trio /
Two Movements for Woodwind Trio
 Jutro / Morning
Ples na rosi /Dancing in the Dew
  
J. Ph. Rameau (1683-1764)Četiri stavka / Four Pieces
 Sarabande
Rigaudon
Menuetto
Gavotte
  
J. S. Bach – W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)Preludij i fuga br. 2 u g-molu, K. 404 a /
Prelude and Fugue No. 2 in G minor K. 404 a
  
J. S. Bach (1685-1750)Triosonata br. 1 / Trio Sonata No. 1
 Allegro moderato
Adagio
Allegro
  
W. A. MozartDivertimento br. 2 u B-duru, K.137/
Divertimento No. 2 in B flat major, K. 137
 Allegro
Menuetto
Larghetto
Menuetto
Rondo
  
L. van Beethoven (1770-1827)Trio (transkripcija sexteta Op. 71 u
Es-duru) /Trio (a transcription of
Sextet, Op. 71 in E flat major)
 Adagio – Allegro
Adagio
Menuetto
Rondo – Allegro

 

Zagrebački puhački trio u svom novom sastavu Dario Golčić (oboa), Domagoj Pavlović (klarinet) i Žarko Perišić (fagot) nastavlja tradiciju ansambla osnovanog 1969., propagirajući glazbu za puhače. Njegov široki repertoar sastoji se od skladbi svih stilova i razdoblja, ali općenito ansambl inklinira suvremenoj glazbi. Na inicijativu Trija nastale su brojne skladbe, a mnogi hrvatski skladatelji posvetili su mu svoja djela. Ansambl uživa i međunarodni ugled.

Dario Golčić rodio se u Zagrebu gdje je pohađao osnovnu i srednju glazbenu školu kod Branka Mihanovića na oboi. Studirao je u Freiburgu (Heinz Holliger), Baselu (Omar Zoboli i Christian Schmitt), Lausanni (Vincent Gay-Balmaz) te bio sudionik majstorskog tečaja kod Thomasa Indermuehlea. Dobitnik je više prvih nagrada na republičkim i saveznim natjecanjima oboista. Kao solist nastupao je sa Zagrebačkim solistima, ansamblom Cantus, komornim orkestrima iz Freiburga i Heidelberga te Novim orkestrom iz Basela. Surađivao je s Baselskim simfonijskim orkestrom, Filharmonijskim orkestrom iz Freiburga i Zagrebačkom filharmonijom. Član je Simfonijskoga orkestra HRT-a na mjestu prvoga solo oboista. Od 2009. asistent je iz predmeta oboe na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu.

Domagoj Pavlović rodio se u Bjelovaru, diplomirao je (2001.) i magistrirao (2005.) na zagrebačkoj Muzičkoj akademiji u razredu Josipa Tonžetića. Usavršavao se na majstorskim tečajevima kod Guya Deplusa (Francuska) i Michaela Edwardsa (SAD) te sudjelovao na seminarima iz komorne glazbe, radeći s Rudolfom Leopoldom (Austrija) i Matthiasom Maurerom (Švicarska). Na 36. Tribini mladih glazbenih umjetnika Darko Lukić 2002. zapažen je njegov recital s djelima hrvatskih autora. Član je Zagrebačkog puhačkog trija i Dua Clarp (uz harfisticu Mirjanu Krišković). Od jeseni 2001. surađuje i s Gudačkim kvartetom Porin s kojim je ostvario zapažene nastupe u Salzburgu i Grazu, dok je sa Zagrebačkim kvartetom nastupio na Festivalu hrvatske glazbe u Beču 2009. Od 2002. solist je Simfonijskoga orkestra HRT-a.

Žarko Perišić po završetku studija na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu u klasi M. Kobetića nastavlja usavršavanje u Salzburgu na Visokoj školi za glazbu Mozarteum u klasi M. Turkovića i R. Gallera. Tijekom studija osvaja brojne nagrade na solističkim i komornim natjecanjima. Surađuje s brojnim orkestrima te komornim ansamblima diljem Europe i svijeta na mjestu solo fagotista (Izraelski radio orkestar, Izraelski komorni orkestar, Simfonijski orkestar Tel Aviva, Jeruzalemski simfonijski orkestar, Salzburška komorna filharmonija itd.). Od 1997. predaje fagot na Akademiji umetnosti u Novom Sadu, surađuje s Vojvođanskim simfoničarima kao solo fagotist, osniva puhački kvintet Sinergija 5 te održava brojne solističke i komorne koncerte. Sudionik je festivala u Villarsu (Švicarska), Straussovih dana, Muzičkog biennala Zagreb te surađuje s brojnim istaknutim umjetnicima. Od 2004. predaje fagot na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu, a od 2005. djeluje kao solo fagotist Simfonijskog orkestra HRT-a.

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The Zagreb Woodwind Trio resume the tradition of an ensemble founded in 1969, promoting wind music. Their extensive repertoire contains compositions of all styles and periods, but on the whole, the ensemble inclines to modern music. Many Croatian composers have written for the Trio. The ensemble has also gained international reputation.

Dario Golčić was born in Zagreb where he attended the primary and secondary music school in the class of Branko Mihanović. He studied in Freiburg (Heinz Holliger), Basel (Omar Zoboli and Christian Schmitt), Lausanne (Vincent Gay-Balmaz) and took part in Thomas Indermuehle’s master class. He was the winner of several first prizes in national and international oboe competitions. As a soloist, he performed with the Zagreb Soloists, Cantus Ensemble, chamber orchestras from Freiburg and Heidelberg, as well as the New Orchestra from Basel. He collaborated with the Basel Symphony Orchestra, the Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra. He is the first oboist in the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. Since 2009, he has been working as a teaching assistant in oboe at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb.

Domagoj Pavlović graduated from the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb in 2001 and finished his master’s degree in 2005 in the class of Josip Tonžetić. He continued his education in the master classes of world-renowned musicians Guy Deplus (France) and Michael Edwards (USA), and participated in chamber music courses where he worked with Rudolf Leopold (Austria) and Matthias Maurer (Switzerland). At the 36th Darko Lukić Young Musicians’ Competition, he gave a notable recital of works by Croatian authors. He is a member of the Zagreb Woodwind Trio and Clarp Duo (with the harpist Mirjana Krišković). Since 2001, he has been collaborating with the Porin String Quartet with which he has given notable performances in Salzburg and Graz. In 2009, he performed with the Zagreb Quartet at the Croatian Music Festival in Vienna. Since 2002, he has been a soloist of the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra.

Žarko Perišić graduated from the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb in the class of Marijan Kobetić in 1990. After completing his studies, he continued his education in the graduate class of M. Turković and R. Galler at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. During his studies he won numerous prizes in both solo and ensemble competitions. As a solo bassoonist, he collaborates with many orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout Europe and Israel (Israel Radio Orchestra, Israel Radio Chamber Orchestra, Tel Aviv Symphony Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra etc.). Since 1997, he has been teaching bassoon at the Novi Sad Art Academy and collaborating with the Vojvodina Symphonists as a solo bassoonist. He is the founder of the wind quintet Sinergija 5. He gives concerts both as a soloist and chamber musician. Since 2004 he has been teaching bassoon at the Zagreb Academy of Music, and since 2005 he has been the solo bassoonist of the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra.

Srijeda, 13. kolovoza, 21.00 / Wednesday, August 13, 9 p. m.

Kvartet flauta 4 SYRINX / 4 SYRINX Flute Quartet

Karolina Šantl Zupan, flauta / flute
Irena Rovtar, flauta / flute
Darija Zokić, flauta / flute
Marina Novak, flauta, alt flauta / flute, alto flute

PROGRAM

J. B. de Boismortier (1689-1755)Sonata op. 34, br. 3 za tri
flaute i alt flautu / Sonata Op. 34,
No. 3 for three flutes and alto flute
 Andante
Presto
Adagio
Allegro
  
L. Gianella (1778-1817)Kvartet za četiri flaute, op. 52, u G-duru
Quartet for four flutes, Op. 52, in G major
 Allegro
Nel cor piu non mi sento – Andante
Allegro
  
D. Pejačević (1885-1923)Iz ciklusa minijatura Maštanja, op.17 /
From Fantasy Pieces, Op.17
 Čežnja / Yearning
Molba / Request
Mahnitost / Delusion
  
M. Ravel (1875-1937)Pavana za preminulu infantkinju za četiri flaute
Pavanne for a Dead Princess, for four flutes
  
G. Bizet (1838-1875)Arležanka, suita br. 2 za četiri flaute /
L’Arlésienne, suite No. 2 for four flutes
 Pastorale
Intermezzo
Menuet
Farandole

Kvartet flauta 4 SYRINX nastao je 2001. okupljanjem četiriju glazbenica profesionalno angažiranih u orkestrima, te pedagoškoj djelatnosti. Za ovakav sastav kvarteta, dviju hrvatskih i slovenskih glazbenica, odlučile su se vođene dosadašnjim iskustvom te razmjenom kulturne, pedagoške i glazbene djelatnosti u Hrvatskoj i Sloveniji. Nošene zvukom svog instrumenta, glazbenice ujedno proširuju zvukovnu ljestvicu pa uvrštavaju u ansambl i alt flautu, bas flautu i piccolo flautu. Dosad je kvartet održao niz zapaženih nastupa na kojima se isticala ujednačenost interpretacije, smisao za stil i osjećaj za frazu te zvukovno blistav i intonacijski besprijekoran ton. Ansambl izvodi izvorna djela skladana za kvartet flauta, pridonoseći upoznavanju publike s izvornim repertoarom, kao i skladbe suvremenih skladatelja. Njihov bogati repertoar kontinuirano se proširuje skladbama koje suvremeni skladatelji, nadahnuti njihovim umjetničkim pristupom, skladaju za njih. Najrecentnija je praizvedba skladbe Allegro con brio Miljenka Prohaske. Kvartet je surađivao s brojnim glazbenicima, poput flautistica Tjaše Kuštrin, Helene Potočnik, Irene Rovtar i Jane Fajdiga, udaraljkaša Vojislava Čičića i Špele Mastnak, mezzosopranistice Tihane Herceg-Ivšić i sopranistice Klasje Modrušan, pijanistice Zrinke Ivančić, harfistice Diane Grubišić Ćiković i klarinetista Milka Pravdića. Kvartet flauta 4 Syrinx dosad je objavio tri nosača zvuka.

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4 Syrinx Flute Quartet was formed in 2001 by four musicians, professionally active in orchestras and pedagogical activities. The quartet formed by two Croatian and two Slovenian musicians is a result of previous experiences and exchange through cultural, pedagogical and musical activities in Croatia and Slovenia. Inspired by the sound of their instrument, these musicians are also widening their timbral palette by adding piccolo, alto and bass flutes into the ensemble. The quartet has so far given a number of outstanding performances, forming a homogeneous sound in their remarkably attuned play, with a refined sense of musical style and phrasing, as well as a clear sound and impeccable tone. The ensemble interprets original works of the standard repertoire for classical flute quartet, contributing this way to familiarizing the audience with the original repertoire, but also with the contemporary music repertoire. Rich repertoire of the 4 Syrinx Quartet is continually expanded with pieces by contemporary composers who, inspired by the artistic approach and interpretations of this ensemble, compose especially for them. The most recent is Allegro con brio by Miljenko Prohaska. The quartet has collaborated with numerous musicians, such as flutists Tjaša Kuštrin, Helena Potočnik, Irena Rovtar and Jana Fajdiga, percussionists Vojislav Čičić and Špela Mastnak, mezzo-soprano Tihana Herceg-Ivšić and soprano Klasja Modrušan, pianist Zrinka Ivančić, harpist Diana Grubišić Ćiković and clarinetist Milko Pravdić. 4 Syrinx Flute Quartet has published three CDs.

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