Guitar Art Classic 2
Guitar Art Classic 2 June 4, Belgrade Youth Center 19:00 VUK VUKAJLOVIĆ, NIKOLA JELAČIĆ 20:30 TAL HURWITZ
Guitar Art Festival and Belgrae Youth Center present the 22nd edition of the International Guitar Festival, which will be held from June 1st to 5th, 2021, under the slogan "Digital Revolution". Belgrade sends a signal and celebrates the guitar through 8 concerts of classical, pop and rock music and other accompanying program of the festival.
Fans of classical guitar will have the opportunity to hear guitar superstars and current leading classical musicians at concerts in the Main hall of the Belgrade Youth Center.
Tickets for Guitar Art Classic 2 (Concert by Vuk Vukajlović and Nikola Jelačić at 19.00 and Tal Hurwitz at 20.30) are on sale through the Tickets.rs sales network at a price of 1.000,00 dinars.
19:00 VUK VUKAJLOVIĆ, NIKOLA JELAČIĆ
The greatest talents of Serbia have a special place in the program scheme of the festival this year. The festival wants to support and promote guitar virtuosos, to present them to the world and the domestic audience. Young guitarist Vuk Vukajlović, the winner of the "Virtuoso V4+" competition, which has existed in Hungary for six years and which promotes young talents of classical music, and Nikola Jelačić, a virtuoso of the Belgrade Faculty of Music will be presented.
20:30 TAL HURWITZ
The concert is held with the support of the Embassy of Israel.
Tal Hurwitz studied guitar (J. Urshalmi) and composition (A. Stratayevsky and L. Berman) at the Music Academy in Tel Aviv. He also studied at the Piraeus Conservatory in Athens (C. Cotsiolis). Since 2006 he has been studying at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg (M. Tamayo). He trained in master classes with artists such as Leo Brouwer, Pavel Steidl, Ricardo Gallen and Joaquín Clerch.
Among the most significant awards won are first places at guitar competitions in Mexico in 2008, Naxos in Greece in 2007, in Thailand and in Romania (Sinai) in 2006. Tal Hurwitz plays regularly in Israel and Europe. In June 2008, he won first prize at the Boston Composers' Competition with Sonata for Solo Guitar and third prize at the Pittalug Composers' Competition, with Sonata for Two Guitars "Omaggio a Olivier Messiaen".