HGM :: PROGRAMME MKC HGM Grožnjan

Programe ICC JMC in Grožnjan, 2019

MASTERCLASSES, WORKSHOPS, MEETINGS AND FESTIVALS

 

7. 7. – 15. 7. 2019.
HARP
Prof. DIANA GRUBIŠIĆ ĆIKOVIĆ/HR/

Max. Number of Participants: 15

Level: Elementary, Secondary school and Academy 

Working languages: Croatian, Slovenian and English


The aim of the course is to improve the harp playing technique, to learn how to practice and achieve better results in less time, to work on the interpretation. 

Individual lessons will be held daily according to the schedule. 

Practising will be provided after the schedule (depending on the number of harps) Chamber music is also possible, depending on the interest of participants and also on the number of available harps. 

Each participant will choose the program (two diverse compositions at least) and will write them down in the application form. 

Participants are asked to bring their own sheet music. 

The teacher will provide two pedal harps but the participants who have the possibility of bringing their own harps and music stands are asked to do so (in order to ensure better quality practising). 

The course is aimed at participants of all levels from beginners to students and graduated harpists. 


DIANA  GRUBIŠIĆ ĆIKOVIĆ  

matej zupanGraduated piano from Zagreb Music Academy in 1988.  with prof. Marija Gvozdić Horvat). Graduated Harp with professor Ruda Ravnik Kosi from Ljubljana Music Academy in 1994.

She attended international master courses for harp with professor Catherine Michel ( France), and Patrizia Tassini ( Italy). She completed postgraduate studies of harp at the Music Art College “ Ino Mirković” in Lovran, under professor Irina Petrovna Pašinskaja ( Russia).So far she has given numerous recitals and she has performed as a soloist accompanied by the orchestra of the Opera of the Croatian National Theatre Ivan Zajc in Rijeka, Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, HRT Symphony Orchestra, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra “ Danubia”, Chamber Orchestras of Varaždin, Rijeka , Zagreb and Zadar.  Besides recitals, Diana Grubišić Ćiković has also performed in various chamber ensembles such as the Rijeka piano trio, violin and harp duo with her sister Tea Grubišić, flute and harp duo with Tamara Coha Mandić and some others. 

She has recorded many compositions for Croatian Radio Record and Tape Library.

With the Rijeka piano trio she has recorded a CD with compositions written by Croatian authors (Dora Pejačević, Bruno Bjelinski, Vjekoslav Gržinić). The publisher Croatia Records published in 2007 her first solo CD with compositions by Handel, Paradisi, Ph. E. Bach, Spohr, Hindemith, Tournier, Hasselmans, Ivana Lang and Dalibor Bernatović. 

She has been for 22 years a solo harpist of the Opera Orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre Ivan Zajc in Rijeka. and has also cooperated with most of the orchestras in the region (Slovenia, Croatia, BiH). In the period between 1994 and 2006 she taught harp at the Music School “Ivan Matetić Ronjgov” in Rijeka: Since 2002 she has been an assistant professor of harp at the Music Academy in Zagreb.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 7.07.2019.,  and leave on 15.07.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 14.07.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

27. 6. – 7. 7. 2019.
MODERN DANCE & THEATRE DANCE WORKSHOP
In the Mood!

Desa Virant, Branko Banković, Marija Matković /HR/, Remus Dimache /RU/

MODERN DANCE & THEATRE WORKSHOP
In the Mood!
variety of dance techniques / Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Graham, Jazz, Hip Hop, Improvisation ../ will be an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the creation of scenes and choreography.

Choreographers/Mentors: Desa Virant, Branko Banković, Marija Matković /HR/, Remus Dimache /RO/
Max. Number of Participants: 35
Working languages: Croatian, English and Rumanian

Max. Number of Participants: 35

Working languages: Croatian and English

"At the thought of Groznjan, the heart of a young artist is shaken .....
This small picturesque town is a mystery secret amongst the most beautiful places in the world, taking everybody's breath away. When the night falls and all the tourists go, the Groznjan streets are just yours for socializing with other young artists on the terraces, benches and parks where you can enjoy ice cream or dance under the stars. The dance theater workshop takes away breath because it is a challenge for you with daily dance, singing and acting classes in different groups and with various pedagogues. Grožnjan is the perfect place for those who love dance, music and acting that want to perfect, express and enrich their artistic experience. "

Adriaan Luteijn, a Dutch choreographer and longtime leader of a dance workshop in Grožnjan

Choreographers:

DESA VIRANT

desa virantShe graduated from the School of Rhythmic and Dance in Zagreb. She specialised at the International Academies of Dance in New York (Alvin Aily Dance School), London (Laban Centre), Cologne, Paris and Rovinj. Since 1972 till 1996 she is a dancer of the Studio of Modern Dance, and since 1985 she works as a choreographer and pedagogue at the Dance Studio of the Zagreb Youth Theatre. She is author of numerous choreographies for professional dancers  in Croatia and abroad (Harlekin, Brandenburg gate, Exhibition, Vila lutaka, Čarobna kreda, Iz priče u priču, Zagrljaj, Ja sam ja, Tko još vjeruje u rode, Déja vu, Zar sam ja glup, Cvilidreta, O sutra, Pierrot, Angeli za Veroniku, Roda i lisac, Lažeš Melita, Lutke, Perpettum, Čarobna frula…)

MARIJA MATKOVIC

marija_matkovicShe started dancing street dances in Urban Moves dance studio. Both individually and with her group, she has won many medals at various dance competitions. While she was a dance coach in high school (IX grammar school in Zagreb), her group won six gold medals, one silver and one bronze at local high school dance competitions. As a choreographer, she also took part in breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest graffiti scroll at the International Youth Festival. 

She also trained in Tala Dance Center, extending her knowledge with jazz dance and ballet. She was also a part of the ‘Romeo and Julia’  dance show.

She worked as a dance teacher in many different dance studios in Zagreb: Pinokio, Tala, Nina, Liberdance and Osmijeh.

In 2008 she founded her own dance studio - Hip Hop House. She organises and choreographs dance showcases within her studio and attends many competitions and festivals with her group.

In 2013 she was a dancer in the musical Footloose. She has attended many competitions, both as a dancer and a judge (Battle time, B-boy Pride, Hip Hop Delight, Femme Attack, KLC Most Wanted, Floor Killah). She continues to educate herself in various dance styles and attends numerous dance seminars around the world: All That Summer Camp, Dance Factory (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Urban Dance Camp (Lorrach, Germany), Plesno poletje (Gorica, Slovenia), Broadway Dance Center (New York), Peridance Center (New York).

In 2015 she directs and choreographs a dance show called Communication. 

remusBRANKO BANKOVIĆ began dancing at the dance studio of Contemporary Dance and has since collaborated with numerous dance pedagogues such as Zaga Živković, Desanke Virant, Guy Perkova, Kilina Cremona, Juana Carlos Garcia, Martina Sonderkamp, ​​Francesca Scavette, Matija Farić. He graduated at the Montpellier Summer School at Mathilde Monnier and attended many contemporary pedagogues and choreographers.
In 1984 he became a permanent member of the Contemporary Dance Studio, where he still danced, and in thirty years of dance career he participated in almost all ensemble productions. As a dance instructor and choreographer, he collaborates with the Contemporary Dance Studio, the Zagreb Dance Ensemble, the Komedija Municipal Theater in Zagreb, the Zadar Dance Ensemble, the Istrian National Theater in Pula, the Ballet of the National Theater in Sarajevo and others.
He taught the subject of Scenic Practice at the Contemporary Dance School Ane Maletić and set up in conjunction with the Contemporary Dance Studio Presentation of the Spring Concert with twenty-two dancers of the final grades of the mentioned school.
With director and playwright Dubravko Zrncic Kulenović, he has performed a series of performances with the Sarajevo Puppet Study, the Sarajevo War Theater, the National Theater Sarajevo and the Children's Theater IBM Slavonski Brod.
He is the winner of the Croatian Dance Award for Contemporary Dance for the best achievement - male role in 2004. Since 2013 he is the president of the Association of Croatian Dance Artists.

remusREMUS MARIAN DIMACHE

Ballet teacher at Ballet Studio HNK Split, and first soloist at CROATIAN NATIONAL THEATRE SPLIT.

In the year 1991, he started ballet school in Bucharest

In 1994 starts his study at Choreography dance school, Octavian Stroia Cluj-Napoca. 

In the year 2000, he finished Choreography Dance School Cluj-Napoca and then started the Internship in Mints dance School Germany, where he becomes member of Pecs Ballet Company Hungary already that same year

Since 2001, he is working in Ballet of Croatian National Theatre Split as a first soloist.

GENERAL INFO
Participation for seminar is 300 €. Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the
restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb,
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX
The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you do not have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 27th June and
leave on 7th of July in the morning. Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to come in the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.
What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 6th July will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

29. 6. – 8. 7. 2019.
VIOLONCELLO
Prof. MAJA VIRANT
/HR, SI/

Max. Number of Participants: 15

Level: Elementary and Secondary School

Working languages: Croatian and Slovenian


This year, like many years before, Professor Maja Virant is going to lead violoncello class for children. The class will comprise work with participants adjusted to their age, knowledge & needs.The class will be divided into two parts: Working hours are every day in the morning 9.00- 12.00 & afternoon 16.00- 19.00 (or in agreement with a professor).

*The morning classes will include individual lessons with each participant. Special care will be given to interpretation, working on technical problems and intonation with emphasis on setting the fine tone.

*In the afternoon participants will be working together on chamber music and piano repetitions.

Participants may work with the material of their own choice. It's important to put the list of program, as well as to bring your own scores (for cello and piano).

 

virant majaMAJA VIRANT graduated in 1975 from Academy of Music in Zagreb in the class of professor Milan Nagy. She gained many national and international competition awards as a soloist or a member of an ensemble. She specialised under scholarship of the French Government in Nice in a class of B. Michelin, and under scholarship of the Croatian Government.

She has spent one year specialising at Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory in Petersburg in the class A. P. Nikitin, one of the leading cellist and pedagogues. Beside education work at the Music School Blagoje Bersa in Zagreb, she played in chamber music orchestras, and till 1987 was the honorary member of the Croatian Television Symphony Orchestra.

In 1985/86 she assisted Professor M. Flaksman on seminars in Grožnjan. Since 1987 to 1989 she assisted Professor K. Janković at Academy of Music in Zagreb. In 1993 she founded Violoncello Department at Music Schools in Krško and Brežice (Slovenia). Since then she is a full-time professor where she, beside her regular work, actively participate in work of symphonic orchestra & chamber ensembles.

She gained a special certificate “Prešernova plaketa” from the Slovenian Government for her contribution to culture. Her pupils have gained numerous awards and prizes from various national and international competitions.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  465 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 29.6.2019.,  and leave on 8. 7. 2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 7. 7. 2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

30. 6. – 9. 7. 2019.
VIOLIN
Prof. ARMIN SEŠEK /SI/

Max. Number of Participants: 12

Level: Elementary, Secondary school and Academy 

Working languages: Croatian, Slovenian and Italian


The Violin class with Armin Sešek will be aimed at the development of technique, interpretation and music imagination, participation in forming analytical and systematic way of practising, as well as on musical memory. 

In the mornings (9 - 13) Prof. Sešek will work individually with participants, according to a schedule (every second day) on problems such as: achieving the right tone, improving technique & artistic preparation for the performance. 

In the afternoons (16 - 20) participants will, a part of individual classes, have orchestra rehearsals, concerts followed by the discussion of the mentor and all the participants.

Prof. Sešek will also work with teachers attending the class, individually with the instrument or without it.

Violin class is accessible for everybody (beginners and students preparing for international competitions or auditions).

Participants should prepare two various characters pieces, or a movement of sonata, etude or scale. 


ARMIN SEŠEK

sešekAfter ten years of music education at music school “Mokranjac” in the class of Professor Vladislav Bobiæ, he studied violin at Belgrade Academy of Music, string section, in the class of Professor Aleksandar Pavlović. 

After 12 years of performing in the orchestra of Belgrade Philharmonic, he dedicated his work to the education of young musicians. 

Since 1992 he is violin professor at Conservatory for Music and Ballet in Ljubljana.

During last 17 years, his students won 209 prizes (79 first, 3 Laureat & 15 absolute winners) at various international competitions in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Serbia & Montenegro and Luxembourg.

His students are now successful violin students at many Music Academies (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kiev, Cologne, Vienna, Klagenfurt, Graz, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Salzburg, San Francisco).

Professor Armin Sešek received a special reward “Škerijančeva nagrada” for exceptional contribution to music pedagogy.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  465 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 30.06.2019.,  and leave on 9. 07. 2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 8. 7.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

16. 7. – 28. 7. 2019.
JMI SUMMER SCHOOL
& INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL “JAZZ IS BACK - BP 2019”

MENTOR’S TEAM 2019 are:

Luis Bonilla /US/
Lela Kaplowitz /HR/
Vladimir Samardžić /RS/
John Rilley /US/
Elvis Stanić /HR/
Joe Kaplowitz /HR/ US/
Dick Oatts /US/
Alex Sipiagin /RUS/
Goran Rukavina /HR/
Davor Dedić /HR/

Summer Jazz School Programme is realised in cooperation with ÖSTERREICHISCHES KULTURFORUM ZAGREB and is a part of Jeunesses Musicales International’s JM Jazz World program. The JM Jazz World program caters for the promotion of international summer jazz camps, international projects, jazz ensembles tours and international exchanges of jazz musicians between the JMI countries. Its main objective is to provide young jazz musicians with the possibility to gain experience working to high professional standards in major concert halls, theatres and festivals, and with outstanding jazz musicians, sharing musical ideas in the field of jazz music. This JM Jazz World project is organised and coordinated by Jeunesses Musicales Croatia.

Summer Jazz Academy is held together with the international jazz festival ‘JAZZ IS BACK BP, which received the Best European Small Festival Award in 2008 (European Jazz Award Committee). All the participants will have the opportunity to hear their professional colleagues and to perform (individually and in a group) in the festival program at the final concert on 27th July.

Our team of mentors comes from all over the world. They will work every day from 9.30am till noon, and from 4 pm - 7 pm. One day off is reserved for leisure time spent on the beaches of the beautiful Croatian coast of Istria.

So, all of you: singers, trumpeters, saxophonists, vibraphonists, pianists and all the others - if you love jazz and wish to spend 14 days playing it, see you in Grožnjan!.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  600 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 16.07.2019.,  and leave on 28.07.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 27.07.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

1. 8. - 10. 8. 2019.
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM WITH A WORKSHOP IN ARCHITECTURE
The Time Capsule- Grožnjan 2049. 
Takaharu & Yui Tezuka, Tokio /JP/ Penezić & Rogina, Zagreb /HR/

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM WITH A WORKSHOP IN ARCHITECTURE
The Time Capsule- Grožnjan 2049.

Thirty years ago we geathered there for the first time around the topic Back to the Future, celebrating 80th anniversary of the Futurist manifesto. The following year Cedric Price and Nigel Whiteley gave the crucial and very specific aroma to the summer school which succeded to last untill today. Generally, all these years we were dealing with the Theory and Design in the Third Machine Age, particularities of the transition from the Mechanical epoch into the Digital.

This year's session will be less students' workshop, but more summit of professors and experts from all over the world who will analyse the state of the architectural practice of today in order to give their specifications and guidelines for the next 30 years.

Participants will matarialise these visions into the compendium of ideas and messages, kind of Time Capsule which will be revealed publicly in the year 2049. Among the invited are Yui & Takaharu Tezuka and Momoyo Kaijima & Yoshiharu Tsukamoto from Tokio Japan, Evgenij Asse from Moscow Russia, Roger Riewe from Graz and Anna Popelka from Vienna Austria, James Njoo from Paris France, David Mikhail from London Brexit, Eva Alvarez & Carlos Gomez from Valencia Spain, Malgorza Kadziela & Katarzyna Ujma-Wasowicz from Katowice Poland, Vladimir Deskov from Skopje Macedonia, Vinko Penezić & Krešimir Rogina from Zagreb Croatia, and some others.

Be part of this wonderful celebration of architecture, summer and friendship in the excemptonal atmosphere of Grožnjan and Istria in total - JOIN US!

Krešimir Rogina

Looking forward!


GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €, after 1th of May 460 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 1. 08. 2019.,  and leave on 10.08.2019. Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 09.08.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

12. 8. – 21. 8. 2019.
VIOLIN, VIOLA, VIOLONCELLO & STRING ORCHESTRA
ANĐELKO KRPAN, Violin Professor /Music Academy in Zagreb/
MILAN ČUNKO, Violin Professor /Music Academy in Zagreb/
MIHOVIL KARUZA, Cello Professor /University of Split, Arts Academy/

Max. Number of Participants: 15 per instrument

Level: Elementary, Secondary School, Academy

Working languages: Croatian and English


Solo and chamber music repertoire free chosen by participant (2 or more).  

Intensive work with professor on a daily basis of individual and chamber classes provides opportunity for improving playing technique and artistic development.  

There will be possibility of playing concert during the class with JMC Chamber String Orchestra. 


This year’s special edition: DOUBLE BASS SECTION

Preparing an audition for an orchestra or a music academy? Want to learn new pieces, get an insight in orchestral excerpts or just want to start playing the bass? 

Maybe a week of “study” in the beautiful setting of the medieval town of Groznjan in Croatia with a well established and enthusiastic professor is just what you need?  

Open to double bass player of all ages and levels of playing, from absolute beginners to professionals.

The week long course offers individual lessons, orchestral, rhythm and improvisation workshops as well as the opportunity to play in various chamber formations and double bass ensembles.              

Selected students will take part in the Jeunesses Musicales Croatia Chamber Orchestra.

The Orchestral workshops will be open only to students of an advanced level of playing (grade 5 and above). Bass ensembles, rhythm and improvisation workshops will be divided into various groups (depending on the level of playing). Individual lessons will be adapted to the student’s abilities and will concentrate on technique, style, interpretation and musical awareness. 


WORKSHOP LECTURERS:

krpanANĐELKO KRPAN graduated from  Zagreb Musoc in class of Prof. Kristijan Petrović, and earned a degree and his Master’s at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna in Prof. Dora Schwarzberg’s class.  He did advanced training at master courses conducted by Yfrah Neaman and Igor Ozim, and at the Menuhin Academy in Gstaadu, Switzerland. He won numerous awards including:  prizes at the Alpe-Adria International Violin Contest in Italy (1988) and the Vaclav Huml International Violin Contest in Zagreb (1993), the Croatian Music Institute Prize for 1989, the Ivo Vuljević Musical Youth Prize as Croatia’s best young musician in 1993, while he was decorated with the Order of the Morning Star of Croatia Bearing the Depiction of Marko Marulić in 1999. 

From 1990-93 was a member of the Vienna Chamber Philharmonic, from 1993 he was a member of the Zagreb Soloists, and their Concertmaster from 1997-2002. Since 2002 to 2006 was a Concertmaster of the Orchestra of Croatian National Opera.  He is one of the founders and First Violin of the Sebastian String Quartet, with whom has recorded 3 CDs with works by C. Debussy, L. Janaček, B. Papandopulo, D. Pejačević, I. Zajc and A. Dvorak. 

He recorded the Croatian Sonatas CD with Nada Majnarić on piano, winning two discographic awards at the Porin 2002 Festival, the Scenes CD with violist Marko Genero had 2 nominations for the discographic award at Festival  Porin in year 2005.


MILAN ČUNKO 

cunkostudied violin with Milan Tarbuk and viola with Daniel Thune at Zagreb Music Academy, where he now teaches viola. 

He was a solo violist of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra from 1991-97 and the Croatian Chamber Orchestra from its foundation to 1994. Milan Čunko was a founder member of the Varaždin Chamber Orchestra in 1994., and from 1997. he was also a member of Zagreb Soloists.  He has appeared as a soloist with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, the Croatian Radio and Television symphony Orchestra, the Croatian Chamber orchestra, the Zagreb Soloists and other chamber orchestras such as those of Varaždin and Zadar.  He has collaborated with pianists such as Miroslava Ghera, Đorđe Stanetti and Maja Bakrač, with the Zagreb Quartet and the Quartet Sebastian. 

Since 1997 to 1999 he has been a guest viola teacher at the Strings Only Seminars in Zadar, and from 2001 he teaches viola and chamber music at Seminari Internazionali di Musica da Camera in Farra d’Isonzo Gorizia (Italy).

 


karuzaCellist MIHOVIL KARUZA of Split, Croatia, started to play cello at the age of 7 in the class of Professor Vladimir Lukas. He studied cello performance at Zagreb University in the class of Professor Valter Dešpalj. He graduated from the University in 1996 with top honors. He holds a Masters degree in cello performance from Pennsylvania State University where he studied with Professor Kim Cook. His technique and interpretative skills have been improved under internationally recognized concert artists and virtuosos such as K. Botvay, L. Claret, Y. Gutman, M. Hayashi, A. Parisot, S. Sondeckiene and M. Steinkühler. In the course of his studies he has participated in numerous competitions and won a number of awards. From 1997 until 2000 he played as a resident member with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and since 2000 he was the principal cellist of the orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre in Split. From 2002 until 2004 he played as the principal cellist in the Altoona Symphony Orchestra and assistant-principal in the Pennsylvania Centre Orchestra. Since 2004 he has been principal cellist in the Zadar Chamber Orchestra and a founding member of the Split String Quartet. Since 2011 he performs with the Zagreb Soloists Ensemble.

As a soloist he won recognition while playing under the batons of P. Dešpalj, G. Edelstein, T. Ninić, M. Tarbuk, D. Sremec, B. Šipuš, S. Zaninovich, accompanied by the Croatian Chamber Orchestra, the Wind Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Army, the Split Symphony Orchestra, the Penn State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Zadar Chamber Orchestra, the Split Chamber Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre in Split. He has given a series of successful solo concerts in Croatia and abroad (Slovenia, Italy, Austria, France and USA). He has also recorded for the Croatian Radio and Television and the Slovenian Radio and Television and recorded two CDs.

Since 2006 he is a full-time faculty member at the University of Split Arts Academy. As Professor of cello and chamber music his studio has grown and his students have won recognition and awards at various national and international competitions.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is 425 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 12.08.2018.,  and leave on 21.08.2018. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 20.08.2018. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

18.8. - 28.8. 2019.
SUMMER PIANO SCHOOL
Katarina Krpan /HR/, Ivanka Kordić /HR/, Simon Trpčeski /MAK/

Piano Masterclass and interpretation with introduction in Croatian contemporary music

Max. Number of Participants: 30
Level: Elementary, Secondary School and Academy
Working languages: Croatian, English and Italian

This course focuses on the interpretation of repertoire from different epochs and appreciation of Croatian and Contemporary music literature with particular emphasis on surveying a diverse scope of genres. It focuses on terminology, techniques, and critical interpretation.


krpan katarinaCroatian pianist Katarina Krpan graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Music, where she studied with Vladimir Krpan, later continuing her studies and obtaining a master’s degree at the Conservatoire de Musique in Lausanne, where her teacher was Jean-François Antonioli. Having given a number of noteworthy recitals, concerts with symphony and chamber orchestras, and chamber music performances, Katarina Krpan took her place among Croatia’s leading concert artists at an early age. The invitations she has received to leading festivals and the numerous concerts she has given in the great music centers of Europe, North and South America, Australia and Africa bear witness to the extent of her international renown. Besides appearances with the Zagreb Soloists, The Zagreb Philharmonic and the Croatian Radio-Television Symphony Orchestra, she has performed with numerous foreign orchestras (the Macedonian Philharmonic, the Timisoara Philharmonic, the Ural Philharmonic, the Rio de Janeiro Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, the San Remo Symphony Orchestra, the Sofia Symphony orchestra, the City of Freemantle Symphony Orchestra, the Chernigov Philharmonic etc.). She has shared the concert stage with the most distinguished Croatian conductors (Igor Gjadrov, Pavle Dešpalj, Nikša Bareza, Vladimir Kranjčević and Mladen Tarbuk), and also collaborated with prominent foreign conductors in Croatia and abroad (Anton Nanut, Lorenz Arnič, Florentino Dias, Sevdar Ganiev, Modest Čikirdan, Mikola Tukač, Jean-François Antonioli, Julian Kovačev, Klaus Arp, Dmitrij Liss and Kazushi Ŏno). Katarina’s considerable verve as a soloist, as well as her strong predilection for the most varied kinds of chamber music playing, come particulary to the fore when she and her father, Vladimir Krpan, perform works written for piano four hands or two pianos, or concertos written for two pianos and orchestra. The music-making of the piano duo of Vladimir and Katarina Krpan is familiar to music lovers in a number of European centers of culture, and the Best Music label has released a CD of theirs featuring works by Béla Bartók, Samuel Barber and Johannes Brahms. Katarina Krpan’s enviable recorded archive included numerous studio recordings made for the leading Croatian, Swiss and Italian radio and television companies, as well as several compact discs released by Croatian as well as foreign record labels. Following her father’s illustrious example, Katarina Krpan likewise devotes considerable attention to the systematic promotion of new Croatian music. Thus she has ably and convincingly premiered and recorded a truly impressive number of recent piano compositions, which both gifted novices and season’s Croatian composers – elated by such genuine artistic collaboration – have dedicated to her with equal frequency. She is Full professor in the piano department of the Zagreb Academy of Music, and a guest professor at Accademia della Steinway Society in Verona.

 

GENERAL INFO
Participation fee for seminar 425 €.
Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK
Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival.

You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on August 18th for seminar and leave on August 28th. Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2.

For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt. What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on August 27th we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

21. 8. – 29. 8. 2019.
HORN
prof. PALMA SZILAGYI/HU/

Max. Number of Participants: 12

Working languages: Croatian, German and Italian


The horn class is open for participants of all profiles, including beginners, students and young professionals.

Workshop program: 

Individual classes, work with an official piano accompanist, chamber music, breathing technique, technique exercises, searching the own voice on instrument, solo repertoire, chamber music repertoire and orchestral excerpts.

Chamber music will be performed with the other participants and teachers.  

 

palmaPalma Szilagyi

Palma was born in Körösszakál, Hungary.

She received her diploma as a Horn Artist and teacher at the Liszt Ferenc Music Academy in Budapest. She used to play for the ”Debrecen Philharmonic Orchestra”.

Currently, she is the practice leader at the Academy of Music in Budapest, horn professor at the Vienna Konservatorium Budapest and a senior teacher of horn and chamber music at the Egressy Musical High School.

Her mission is to take care of and develop the talented musicians. At home and abroad she regularly leads master courses with numerous artists- Peter Damm, Hermann Jeurissen, Ab Koster, Willi Schwaiger, Högner Günter Hermann Ebner, Tarjáni Ferenc/ Austria, Switzerland, Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Sweden, Romania, Hungary /.
She is a regular member of the jury at international competitions. Her Students always finishes high at international competitions / ARD fee, etc. I / they also play solo Horn for many top Orchestras all around the world. Palma’s publications at Editio Musica Budapest / Tutor Horn I-II, Trios and Quartets for Horns, Palace of Sounds, Pieces for Horn I-II. Ministerial honors awarded her for the High-quality educational work with: Bartók Béla- Pásztori Ditta Award, Apáczai a Award and Artisjus Award.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is 425 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 21.08.2019.,  and leave on 29.08.2019Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 28.08.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

26. 8.  -1. 9. 2019.
SAXOPHONE CLASS
Tomislav Žužak /HR/

Number of participants: 10

Level: 1 - 4

Working languages: English, French, Slovenian & Croatian


The saxophone course is open for participants of all abilities, including beginers, students and young professionals. According to the needs and wishes of each participant it is possible to work on basic techniques such as breathe control, embouchure or finger velocity. Students and young professionals have an opportunity to master or develop a range of extensive techniques and special effects on saxophone: multiphonics, subtone, slap-tongue, altissimo register etc. To enhance interpretation skills, participants are expected to prepare at least two pieces from classical saxophone repertoire which are to be played with an official piano accompanist. Chamber music will be practiced and performed in various saxophone ensembles. Different aspects of stage performance will be discussed and practiced during the course.

 

Tomislav ŽužakThe saxophonist Tomislav Žužak (Zagreb, 1978)graduated at the Music Academy in Zagreb, in the class of Dragan Sremec, completing his educational training with Jean-Yves Fourmeau and Philippe Portejoie at Paris conservatories, and through workshops held by maestros Jean- Marie Londeix, Eugene Rousseau, Claude Delangle and Arno Bornkamp. As an artist of exceptional proficiency and performing technique, he cultivates a wide range of styles in his repertoire, especially attending to contemporary music. Until now he has held a range of solo recitals at home and globally, and has performed with numerous orchestras and chamber ensembles from Croatia and from abroad. He has been a distinguished guest of various renowned music festivals and saxophonist congresses. From 2001 to 2011 he was a member of the Ensemble 4 Saxess. Since 2008 he has also worked intensely as a member of the Papandopulo Quartet with whom he achieved numerous concert performances and recorded CDs. He has won various awards and recognitons, most prominent being the Croatian radio Award for Radio podij (Radio Podium) Competition (1999), the Paris UFAM Prize (2002) the second prize at the International Competition Alps-Danube-Adriatic in Nova Gorica (2003) and the first prize at the National competition for young musicians Papandopulo (2012). As professor-counsellor he has worked at Ferdo Livadić Music School in Samobor for several years, where he has taught with notable success a saxophone class, which has given rise to numerous award winners at competitions and reviews. Since 2016 he has also held a position of lecturer at music Academies in Zagreb and Sarajevo. Mr Žužak has been a regular member of judging panels at competitions in Croatia and abroad. He is the creator, founder, co-organizer and supervisor of Saxophone School in Jaska, and also manages the workshop at Croatian Music Youth in Grožnjan.

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 26.08.2019.,  and leave on 1.09.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 30.08.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

11. 8. – 18. 8. 2019.
TRUMPET
Marin Zokić /HR/

Max. Number of Participants: 12

Level: Elementary and Secondary School

Working languages: English and Croatian


ante milićMARIN ZOKIĆ plays the first trumpet in Zagreb philharmonic orchestra. He was born in Split where he got his primary and secondary music education in the class of professor Ante Puharić. He graduated from Music academy of Zagreb in the class of professor Stanko Selak. His talent was upgraded at International trumpet academy in Bremen with the distinguished soloists, orchestral artists and pedagogues. During his studies in Bremen Zokić was participating in the projects by Bremen philharmonic orchestra and opera. So far he has had solo performances with numerous Croatian orchestras: Zagreb philharmonic orchestra, Croatian chamber orchestra, Varaždin chamber orchestra, Croatian navy orchestra from Split, Zadar chamber orchestra. He was the solo trumpet player in Croatian military orchestra and the solo trumpet player in Symphonic orchestra of the Croatian radio and television (HRT). Since 1998 Zokić is the first trumpet player in Zagreb philharmonic orchestra. Along with numerous solo performances he nurtures chamber music. He also does pedagogical work; he is a senior lecturer at The Music academy in Zagreb. He maintains trumpet summer school on the island of Brač in Croatia on regular basis. He is a member of panels in Croatian and international competitions.


GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 11.08.2019.,  and leave on 18.8.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 17.08.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.

1. 9. -9. 9.2019.
OPERA STUDIO 
Lecturer:  prof.dr. BERISLAV JERKOVIĆ /HR/

PROGRAM:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Magic Flute

Uloge: Pamina, Tamino, Papageno, Kraljica noći, Tri dame, Sarastro, Govornik/Oklopnik*, Monostatos/Oklopnik *

* - singers can apply to sing both roles

Level: 2- 4
Working languages: Croatian, English
Number of participants: 10

WORKSHOP PROGRAM:
The aim of this opera singing workshop is to enable young singers to acquire knowledge and skills related to vocal arts. Through individual work with a lecturer-mentor the attendees will refine their musical abilities through technical work and a selected musical program - with special emphasis on opera singing. They will also learn methods and strategies of independent learning of a vocal piece, independent preparation of a score and to familiarize themselves with the technical, stylistic and interpretational elements and principles of vocal art. The attendees will work on vocal-technical aspects, the analysis and interpretation of the operas Gianni Schicchi and La boheme, opera directing, stage movements and on the skills of a public singer’s performance.
The attendees of this workshop of 2018 will take part in the performance of the operas Gianni Schicchi and La boheme by Giacomo Puccini. The work on the music preparation as well as the work on the scenic interpretation of this opera piece will provide young singers with a valuable experience for their artistic and professional growth.
The attendees should register for the choosen roles, prepare it and memorize before arrival (Gianni Schicchi, Lauretta, Rinuccio, Zita, Simone, Betto, Nella, Ciesca, Marco, Gherardo, Spinelloccio/Notaio, Pinellino, Guccio) or (Mimi, Musetta, Rodolfo, Marcello, Colline, Schaunard, Alcindoro) and also, bring all music sheets.

 

berislav  jerkovićBerislav Jerković (baritone), is an associate professor, PhD, working at the Academy of Arts in Osijek. He teaches Singing and correspond­ing subjects (Vocal Techniques, Methods of Vocal Pedagogy, Vocal Literature and Interpretation, Chamber singing).
He graduated in M.A. Voice at the Academy of Music in Zagreb and M.A. of  Music Pedagogy at the Faculty of Pedagogy in Osijek. He also finished a postgraduate study of Singing at theAcademy of Music in Zagreb, postgraduate studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz and doctoral studies of  Vocal pedagogy at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at 2018. He made his débuts in opera in 1997 and since then attained several solo positions in operas, op­erettas and musicals: Rigoletto, Un ballo in maschera, EugeneOnegin, Carmen, Gianni Schicci, La sonnambula, The Marriage of Figaro, L’elisir d’amore, Tosca, La serva padrona, Nikola Šubić Zrinski, Cosi fan tutte, Ero s onoga svi­jeta (Ero the Joker), I Pagliacci, La boheme, Il segreto di Susanna, The Magic Flute, Camelot, Dido and Aeneas, Man of La Mancha etc. He worked with many great directors: Gabor Holerung (Hungary), Giampaol Bizanti (Italy), dr. Anton Amstrong (USA), Felipe Izcaraj (Venezuela), Peter Erdei (Hungary ), Tamas Gal (Hungary), Vjekoslav Šutej (Croatia), Zsolt Hamar (Hungary), Andreo Thomas (USA), Gergely Menesy (Hungary), Saša Britvić (Croatia), Ivan Repušić (Croatia), Zoran Juranić (Croatia) and many more.
Furthermore, he gave concerts at the festivals in Split Splitsko ljeto, in Varaždin Varaždinske barokne večeri and Varaždinski ljetni festival, in Osijek Osječko ljeto kulture, in Zagreb Zagrebački barokni festival as well as other festivals in Croatia and abroad. Here are only some of the highlights from his repertoire which are worth mentioning: J.S. Bach: Weihnachtsoratorium, G.Faure: Reguiem, G.Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn, C.Orff: Carmina Burana, A.Bruckner: Requiem, G. Puccini: Messa di Gloria, G.F.Handel: Te Deum etc. He has also per­formed at many solo concerts across Croatia as well as in Slovenia, Hungary, Germany, Austria, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Spain, Venezuela, the USA, Belgium and China. He has worked with the Croatian Baroque Ensemble at performances of the great classic composers: Caccini, Rameau, Campra, Handel, Bach...He is very much active in researching Arts and Science and he has participated in conferences and congresses in Bologna (2008), Paris (2009), Marlborough (2010), Beijing (2010), Rochester (2011), Thessaloniki (2012), Brisbane (2013) and Princeton (2014). In addition, he also leads master classes and professional seminars for singers, choir leaders and vocal ensemble leaders (Croatia, Hungary, UK, France, Canada, USA). Besides his successful music career, he also works as a director, he per­forms on concerts with choirs and ensembles in Croatia and abroad. Finally, he received many awards - as a solo artist as well as a director. He is the founder of Opera ensemble of Academy of arts in Osijek.

 

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  425 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 1.09.2019.,  and leave on 9.09.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 08.09.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.short tour follows Seminar.

1. 9. - 8. 9. 2019.
ZAGREBAČKI PUHAČKI TRIO
BRUNO PHILIPP, ŽARKO PERIŠIĆ, DARIO GOLČIĆ, /HR/

Max. Number of Participants: 40
Level: Elementary, Secondary School and Academy
Working languages: Croatian, English and Italian

PROGRAM:

Zagreb woodwind trio and their members offers induvidual teaching lessons on each instrument, as well as coaching of the wind chamber groups (duet, trio, quartet, quintet for winds). As essential part of individual lessons we focus on the standard and modern repertoire, orchestral excerpts and solos, reed making (oboe and bassoon). Also we can assist concerning technical and physical aspects of playing, as well as mastering the advanced contemporary technics used in modern pieces. All chamber music groups are most welcome, regardless of age, experience or performance level. Particularly, we wish to give opportunity to our youngest players, as well as all interested non professionals who are already performing, but aspire how to achieve easier and even more enyojable performing on the instrument.

 

ante milićBruno Philipp (Zagreb, 1978) graduated clarinet at the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of prof. Milko Pravdić. During three years in Paris he was studing with prof. Jean-Marc Volta and prof. Alain Damiens and was attending master classes by famous pedagogues and soloists such as: Guy Deplus, Michel Arrignon, Walter Boeykens, Anthony Pay, Pascal Moragues and others. He won the 1st prize at inaugural Croatian Competition for Young Musicians 'Papandopulo' 2012 in Zagreb and was laureate of international competition Gheorghe Dima in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, in 2011 as well as the winner of the special prize for the best interpretation of Romanian piece (Carnyx) offered by the Union of Composers and Musicologists in Romania. In 2009 he was appointed solo clarinetist of the Croatian Radio Symphonic Orchestra. Bruno Philipp is actively involved in classical, contemporary and ethno music and cooperates closely with Croatian composers whose works he regularly performs. He premiered two concertos for clarinet and strings written by Olja Jelaska and Nikša Njirić. With Rucner String Quartet he is successfully performing klezmer, tango and contemporary pieces such as 'Un souffle sur nos ames' by French composer Vincent Alexandre Jockin. He has given numerous recitals and has performed as a soloist with the Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Tamburica Radio Orchestra, Croatian Chamber Orchestra, Zadar Chamber Orchestra, Zagreb Soloist ensemble, Philharmonic 'Transylvania' and Orchestra of the Music Academy. In 2013 label Croatia Records published his first compact disc entitled "The Jewish musical legacy in the sound and the words" which he recorded with trio Solenza. His second compact disc ‘Music ethno box’ published in 2016 won the nomination for the best non classical album. He teaches clarinet at Music Conservatory Blagoje Bersa in Zagreb. His music activity is permanently associated with the national folklore ensemble Lado, trio Solenza, Zagreb wood wind trio, Zagreb klezmer trio and wind ensemble Camerata Cantilly. As a member of Croatian Society of Music Artists he is regulary invited as a member of jury at nationals and internationals clarinet competitions.

 

ante milićDario Golcic studied oboe with Heinz Holliger and Christian Schmitt. He has won many oboe competitions in Croatia. As a soloist he has played with chamber orchestras from Freiburg, Heidelberg, Basel and Zagreb. He teaches the oboe at Zagreb Music Academy and plays solo oboe in the Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ante milićŽARKO PERIŠIĆ

MERITS: Bassoon, Methodology of teaching bassoon, Contrabassoon, Baroque bassoon, Contraforte, Chamber music, Contemporary ensembles/ solo music, Conducting, Orchestral studies for winds (coaching wind ensembles), commissioning and recording new pieces for bassoon, organisation of student exchange projects EDUCATION: JOSIP HATZE music school in Split, 1974- 1985 piano, bassoon and music theory studies Music Academy in Zagreb 1986-1990 graduation BA with the Prof. Marijan Kobetić Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria postgraduate studies with Prof. Milan Turković 1990-1992, Prof. Danielle Damiano, 1992-1993, Prof Richard Galler 1996-1998. WORKING EXPERIENCE: Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Coordinate principal bassoon 1992-1996 Arts Academy in Novi Sad, Serbia Bassoon, orchestral studies and chamber music teacher 1997-2002 and 2002 -2004 Salzburger Kammerphilharmonie, Salzburg, Austria Principal bassoon 2002-2004 Music Academy in Zagreb, Croatia Bassoon, contrabassoon, baroque bassoon, chamber music, methodology of teaching bassoon, orchestral studies , wind coaching professor 2004 until present- Also worked as Bassoon and chamber music professor with the Arts Academy in Sarajevo, BiH 2011-2016. PERFORMING EXPERIENCE: As principal bassoonist performed with: Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Gustav Mahler chamber orchestra Berlin, Budapest Festival orchestra, Georgian chamber orchestra, Radio Symphony orchestra Zagreb, Camerata Salzburg, Belgrade philharmonic orchestra, Zagreb philharmonic orchestra, Salzburger Kammerphilharmonie, National Opera orchestras in Split and Rijeka, Zagreb soloists, Zagreb/ Varaždin/Zadar/Split chamber orchestras. Philharmonie Bad Reichenhall , Lithuanian chamber orchestra, Vojvodina symphony orchestra, Dubrovnik symphony orchestra. Contemporary music ensembles: permanent member of the OENM ensemble Salzburg, Austria, also performed with the Klangforum ensemble Vienna, Ensemble XXJH Vienna, Musikfabrik Koeln, member from 2010 with the Cantus ensemble Zagreb, Caprisma ensemble Jerusalem. Cooperation with the Collegium Novum Zurich, Vancouver Inter Cultural Orchestra Vancouver, Canada, Les Amis ensemble Toronto, Canada Chamber music groups: member with the Zagreb woodwind trio, Zagreb Woodwind ensemble, Zagreb bassoon quartet Zg4F, Trio Jongen, Duo PFagottiano, also performs regularly with the Ventus quintett Salzburg. Played with the Jerusalem SO wind quintet and Woodwind quintett Synergia 5. With the Synergia 6 ensemble organised and performed a Croatian and Montenegro Tour in 2017 with Nemanja Radulović. As a soloist on a bassoon performed with the Zagreb Philharmonic orchestra during 2005 and 2015 Biennale Zagreb bassoon concertos by Buckley and Wolfgang Rihm. With OENM ensemble Salzburg, performed DA bassoon concerto by Mark Andre. Also performed with the Salzburger Kammerphilharmonie, Georgian Kammerorchester, Zagreb/Varaždin/Zadar/ Split chamber orchestras, Zagreb Radio Symphony orchestra, Dubrovnik Symphony orchestra, Camerata Academica, Novi Sad, Trondelag Orkesterforening Trondheim, King David violins, Jerusalem; as a soloist on a bassoon. For many years he is docent for bassoon at the Summer music school in Kaštela, Croatia, and he also held bassoon courses in Thessaloniki, Greece; Fruška Gora-Novi Sad, Serbia. As a juror he is often with the HDGPP competition in Croatia, Temsig competition in Slovenia and Wind players Competition in Thessaloniki.

 

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 1.09.2019.,  and leave on 9.09.2019. Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts.

21. 8. – 28. 8. 2019.
SUMMER GUITAR SCHOOL
Danijel Cerović /MNE/, Goran Krivokapić /MNE/, Goran Perišić /MNE/,
Neno Mutinić /HR/

PROGRAM https://www.tashmina.co.uk/proposal/the-suites-from-bach-to-piazzolla/

DUO MONTENEGRIN https://www.tashmina.co.uk/duos/montenegrin/publicity-materials/

GORAN KRIVOKAPIĆ https://goran-krivokapic.com/biography/

DANIJEL CEROVIĆ https://danijelcerovic.com/

Max. Number of Participants: 40
Level: Elementary, Secondary School and Academy
Working languages: Croatian, English and Italian


berislav  jerković

NENO MUNITIĆ

Born in Split, Croatia in 1972. In 2002 he won the first absolute prize at 8th International Guitar Competition „Citta di Casarza Ligure“. Holder of a variety of prizes by the Croatian Ministry of Education and by International Commissions, for brilliant success of his students, with whom he has won more than 200 international prizes and more than 50 competitions. Performed at various concerts through Europe as a soloist and a member of various chamber music ensembles. The past 25 years he spends as a guitar teacher, professor or lecturer in different music schools in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia and he worked as an assistant of Professor Carlo Marchione at the Music Academy in Lovran, Croatia. Afterwards, he continues working with the class as a lecturer and as a high lecturer on the same Academy. Different State institutions related to education have awarded him with numerous prizes and recognitions for his successful work with students. In parallel with educational work, he composes pieces for classical guitar as well as for modern and performing music, for soloists and chamber orchestras. He achieves special recognition for the success of the International guitar festival „Omis guitar fest“ (Croatia) as its founder, which he is still directing. Besides working in Music school in Omiš, he holds the Master classes across the Europe and acts as a member of jury on numerous international guitar competitions.

 

GENERAL INFO

Participation fee for seminar  is  400 €.

Participation fee does not include meals. The meals will be provided in the restaurant “Bastia”. (According to your choice filled in the application form).

Link: APLICATION LINK

Bank info: JM Croatia, Raiffeisenbank Austria d.d., Petrinjska 59 HR- 10 000 Zagreb, 
IBAN: HR 9424840081100792293, SWIFT: RZBHHR2XXXX 

The Centre has several houses with two to six bedrooms with shared bathrooms and toilet facilities, several rehearsal rooms and the concert/ dance hall. How to Get to Grožnjan? If you don’t have your own transportation, you can arrive to Kopar, Slovenia railway station, or Buje, Croatia bus station as well as airports in Trieste Italy or Pula Croatia. The nearest town with public transport is BUJE. We will pick you up if its needed and if we are informed about your arrival. You are expected to come to Grožnjan in the afternoon hours on 21.08.2019.,  and leave on 28.08.2019. . Upon your arrival to Grožnjan, you need to visit  the ICC JMC office Grožnjan, Umberta Gorjana 2. For the registration, we will need your ID or Passport, payment receipt, application form filled in and travel insurance receipt.

What to bring along? Apart from your toothbrush and towels, if you are musician please bring your instruments, scores, music stands, spare strings, scores for piano a companion and clothing suitable for concerts. After final concert/ production on 27.08.2019. we will organize party where you will receive your diploma for participation.short tour follows Seminar.