16/7 — 20/8/2024

49th Osor Music Evenings

The concerts start at 9 p.m., and the accompanying programs at 8 p.m.

16/7

The King's Singers

Legacies: Weelkes, Byrd, Ligeti, Juračić*, Alfvén...

18/7

The Croatian Guitar Quartet

Grieg, Miletić, Sorkočević, Juranić, Prokofiev, Piazzolla

21/7

Cantus Ensemble
Daria Auguštan, soprano
Berislav Šipuš, conductor

Devčić, Prajz*, Mahler

23/7

Krešimir Špicer, tenor
Lovre Marušić, piano

Scarlatti, Schumann, Schubert, Fauré, Kunc, Hatze, Lisinski

25/7

Ivan Krpan, piano

Šulek, Debussy, Liszt

28/7

The Zagreb Quartet

Maček, Haydn, Mendelssohn

30/7

Eva Zaïcik, mezzo-soprano
David Haroutunian, violin
Xénia Maliarevitch, piano

Mayrig: Komitas, Aprikian, Ganatchian, Aghabab, Majurec*

1/8

Dudok Quartet Amsterdam

Beethoven, Kelemen, Shostakovich

4/8

Bach Consort Wien
Luciana Mancini, mezzo-soprano
Francisco Brito, tenor
Rubén Dubrovsky, colascione and artistic director

Vidal: Latin America and the Roots of European Baroque

6/8

Jan Niković, piano

Scarlatti, Haydn, Maček, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Liszt

8/8

Acoustic Project Strings
Katarina Kutnar, concert master
Jan Niković, piano
Dubravko Palanović, ensemble leader

Sorkočević, Haydn, Obradović*

11/8

Duo Valle&Vitis

Musical Ellipses 1600–1900

13/8

Kristina Kolar, soprano
Filip Fak, piano

Giacomo Puccini and his Croatian contemporaries

16/8

Soloists of the Zadar Chamber Orchestra
Sanja Grgina, narrator

The Carnival of the Animals, a family concert: Kelemen and Saint-Saëns

18/8

Harp duo Ćiković

Structures volantes: Andrès, Devčić, Bobić*, Debussy, Ravel

20/8

Ensemble Dialogos & Katarina Livljanić
Kantaduri & Joško Ćaleta

Hecuba, Queen of Troy. Renaissance dramma per musica based on the texts of Lodovico Dolce and Marin Držić

ACCOMPANYING PROGRAM

16.7.

Presentation of the Festival program and raising of the festival flag with the premiere of "Osor Fanfare" by Alfi Kabilj

Online content: Lecture by dr. sc. Bratislav Lučin "From Music in Marulić to Marulić in Music"

18.7.

Lecture by Vjera Katalinić, PhD: "The Sorgo's, Dubrovnik nobles and musicians"

21.7.

Round Table "Towards the 50th Anniversary of the Festival", with Zdenka Weber, PhD, mo. Berislav Šipuš, and Marin Marušić

6.8.

Lecture by Nada Bezić, PhD: "Ivo Maček, Stjepan Šulek and Natko Devčić — 110 years since their births"

20.8.

Artist talk: Dina Bušić talks with Katarina Livljanić and Joško Ćaleta

PREMIERES
2024.

The 49th Festival will premiere six new orders by contemporary Croatian composers.

Alfi Kabiljo

1935.
Osor fanfare (July 16)

Blaženko Juračić

1972.
Carmen de doctrina, for vocal sextet (July 16)

Josip Prizz

1994.
Locus, for chamber ensemble (21. 7.)

Sanda Majurec

1971.
Palabras for mezzo-soprano, violin and piano on anonymous and lyrics by Paul Éluard, Eugenio Montala and Reiner Marie Rilke (July 30)

Petar Obradović

1972.
The tears of magnolia, string and piano (harpsichord) suite (8.8.)

Davor Bobić

1968.
Arpeggione, for harp duo (18. 8.)

AWARD

Every year, the festival jury presents the "Daniel Marušić" award for best performance of the work of the Croatian composer.

HISTORY

The festival's treasure trove, created over nearly five decades, has eight hundred concerts, three hundred premieres and about hundred posters.

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