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Zoran Dukić

Croatia / Spain

  • concert

    NAXOS TRIO
    Tuesday, March 11th | 20:00
    Belgrade Youth Center

  • master classes

    Thursday 13th of March 2014. and Friday 14th of March 2014.

  • lectures

Program:

M. de Falla – Danza del Molinero
      (C. Cotsiolis, A. Desiderio, Z. Dukic)
I. AlbénizMallorca
P. Bellinatti – Jongo
(C. Cotsiolis, Z. Dukic)
I. AlbénizCordoba
A. Piazzolla – Lo que vendra
(C. Cotsiolis, A. Desiderio)
C. Domeniconi – Circus music
(A. Desiderio, Z. Dukic)
M. de Falla – La vida breve
(C. Cotsiolis, A. Desiderio, Z. Dukic)

 

Zoran Dukić graduated from the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of Darko Petrinjak and completed his studies with Hubert Käppel in Cologne. From 1990 to1997 Zoran Dukic won numerous awards and is the only guitarist who won both Andrés Segovia competitions, in Granada and Palma de Mallorca. He also won competitions such as Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, Manuel de Falla, Francisco Tárrega among others.

At the greatest Spanish guitar competition in Madrid, patronized by the Royal Family, he was awarded, in addition to the 1st prize, the special prize for the best interpretation of Spanish music. He was also selected by the audience itself for the prize of the public at numerous competitions. Dukic performed as a soloist and with orchestras on all continents. He shows particular interest in contemporary music, so his programs include works by Takemitsu, Henze, Reily, Carter or Gubaidulina. Dukic also toured with entire Bach programs.

He has special affinity for Spanish and South American musical idiom, from Sor to Albéniz, from Tárrega to Villa-Lobos. Having taught at the Zagreb Music Academy and Hochschule Für Musik in Aachen, this exceptional pedagogue is currently teaching at the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague and at the Escuela Superior de Musica in Barcelona.

 

 

web: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zoran_Duki%C4%87

Video

Zoran Dukic plays "Lullaby for Sarah" by Simone Iannarelli

GUESTS

THANKS TO:

The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia / The Belgrade City assembly – Secretariat of Culture / The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia – Department of international, cultural, educational, scientifically, technological and sports cooperation / Tourist organization of Belgrade / Tourist organization of Serbia / SOKOJ

Embassy of the United States of America / Embassy of Spain / Embassy of Portugal / Embassy of Brazil / Embassy of Australia / Embassy of Poland / Embassy of Slovenia / Embassy of Sweden

The Italian Cultural Centre / Institute Cervantes / French Institute / Goethe Institute / Hellenic Cultural Centre

Societe Generale Bank / Erste Bank / Audi – Porsche SCG / Hotel Park / Slavija Hotels / Hotel In / TNT

Garden Centre / Veolia / Hominid Studio / Belmedik / Zbigniew Gnatek / Vasileios Sygletos / Lyra Music / Savarez / D’Addario Music Foundation / Accord Case

RTS, B92, Studio B, Blic, 24 sata, Naxi radio, City magazine, Mondo, Muzika Klasika, BG Info / Sava Centar / Dom omladine Beograda / “Dositej” privatna srednja škola, Beograd