Ruben Dalibaltayan

“Ruben’s playing is not only professionally accomplished, but always intelligent and interesting... Brought up in the traditions of the Russian Piano School, he combines the unique features in the field of subtle interpretation and beauty of sound... In his performances I always hear something new to me, and not only new, but consistently interesting.”

- Lazar Berman

Makarska 2016 summer school
Apr 25, 2016

Welcome to Makarska summer school 2016. 

Professors are Ruben Dalibaltayan and Julia Gubajdullina.

Many thanks to "Gradska glazba Makarska" and Music school of Makarska. We greatly appreciate their support and assistance in organisation of this event.

The summer school will take place from August 18, 2016 to August 31, 2016 in the Music School of Makarska. Deadline to submit applications is July 15, 2016. Please fill in the application form and send it to us.

More info on http://www.ruben-dalibaltayan.com/pedagog/makarska-summer-school/info 

Application form on http://www.ruben-dalibaltayan.com/pedagog/makarska-summer-school/application-form

Aug 18, 2016

18.08.2016-31.08.2016

18.08.2016-31.08.2016

Jul 18, 2016

18.07.2016 - 27.07.2016  Organised by " La Casa de Kamna"

18.07.2016 - 27.07.2016  Organised by " La Casa de Kamna"

Apr 27, 2016

27.04.2016 - 01.05.2016 Organised by "La Casa de Kamna"

27.04.2016 - 01.05.2016 Organised by "La Casa de Kamna"

Mar 05, 2016

Organized by "Josip Runjanin" music school

Organized by "Josip Runjanin" music school

Mar 01, 2016

01.03.2016 - 04.03.2016 Member of jury

01.03.2016 - 04.03.2016 Member of jury

Feb 25, 2016

25.02.2016 - 27.02.2016

Organized by "Luka Sorkocevic" music school

25.02.2016 - 27.02.2016

Organized by "Luka Sorkocevic" music school

Feb 10, 2016

10.02.2016-14.02.2016 Member of jury

10.02.2016-14.02.2016 Member of jury

Jan 30, 2016

30.01.2016-02.02.2016

Organized by "Vatroslav Lisinski" music school

30.01.2016-02.02.2016

Organized by "Vatroslav Lisinski" music school

Jan 26, 2016

Organized by "Fran Lhotka" music school

Organized by "Fran Lhotka" music school

Jan 18, 2016

18.01.2016 - 23.01.2016

Organized by "Muzicki atelje" music school

18.01.2016 - 23.01.2016

Organized by "Muzicki atelje" music school

Jan 04, 2016

04.01.2016-08.01.2016 Guest professor

04.01.2016-08.01.2016 Guest professor

Dec 18, 2015

18.12.2015-19.12.2015 Organized by music school "Elly Bašić"

18.12.2015-19.12.2015 Organized by music school "Elly Bašić"

Dec 15, 2015

Organized by "Ivan Matecic Ronjgov" music school

Organized by "Ivan Matecic Ronjgov" music school

Nov 23, 2015

23.11.2015 -25.11.2015  7.12.2015-9.12.2015

23.11.2015 -25.11.2015  7.12.2015-9.12.2015

Jul 27, 2015

July 27 - August 15

July 27 - August 15

Apr 14, 2015 1 Comment

April 14 - 15

Organized by "Josip Hatze" music school

April 14 - 15

Organized by "Josip Hatze" music school

Mar 27, 2015

March 27 - 29

Organized by "Luka Sorkocevic" music school

March 27 - 29

Organized by "Luka Sorkocevic" music school

Mar 16, 2015

March 16 - 21

Member of jury

March 16 - 21

Member of jury

Feb 16, 2015

February 16 - 24

Member of jury

February 16 - 24

Member of jury

Feb 04, 2015

February 4 - 8

Organized by "Muzicki atelje" music school

February 4 - 8

Organized by "Muzicki atelje" music school

Jan 27, 2015

Organized by "Fran Lhotka" music school

Organized by "Fran Lhotka" music school

Jan 19, 2015

Organized by "Ivan Matecic Ronjgov" music school

Organized by "Ivan Matecic Ronjgov" music school

Jan 03, 2015

January 2 - 7

January 2 - 7

Ruben Dalibaltayan was born in Yerevan, Armenia. After completing music school in the class of Anahit Shahbazyan, he moved to Moscow to pursue his musical education in the Gnesin music Academy under the mentorship of professor Arthur Berngardt. Ruben obtained his Master’s degree at the Moscow State Conservatory under the guidance of professor Valery Kastelsky. His professional and personal formation has been greatly influenced by a number of outstanding musicians such as Boris Berlin, Lazar Berman and Alexis Weissenberg, who gave Ruben his personal international prize in 2001.

Winner of ten prestigious international piano competitions in Armenia, China, Croatia and Italy, Ruben quickly established himself in the international music scene, an accomplishment that didn’t go unnoticed by prominent performers and critics alike. The prize awards he collected at the Second China International Piano Competition in Beijing (China), the Svetislav Stančić International Piano Competition in Zagreb (Croatia) and at the Aram Khachaturyan International Piano Competition in Yerevan (Armenia) expanded his recognition as an “intelligent and subtle pianist, whose performance always reveals something new and consistently interesting” according to Lazar Berman’s testimony.

Ruben’s concert tours include numerous countries of Europe, Asia and America. The performances range from solo recitals and concerts with Symphony orchestras to participation in chamber ensembles – a piano duo with his wife Julia Gubajdullina and the well-known trio “Amadeus” to be mentioned. Ruben is an active member of the SONEMUS organisation (Sarajevo’s Organisation for New Music). His repertoire encompasses music from baroque to present days. With more than 20 concerts in his program and a special emphasis on the Romantic period Ruben performs a wide range of musical works. In collaboration with the Croatian Radio he has recently recorded the entirety of the piano opus of the famous Croatian composer Blagoje Bersa. The pianist also gives special attention and dedication to the promotion of the works of Armenian composers, an interesting and original music inseparably linked to the culture of his native country.

Ruben began his pedagogic activities at the Sarajevo Music academy in 2000 and has been serving since 2005 as a Professor of piano at the Zagreb University Music Academy. During the last ten years he raised a large number of young pianists who went on to become prize winners of more than 30 international competitions. These competitions include most notably the Robert Schumann International Piano Competition in Zwickau, the Shura Cherkassky International Piano Competition in Milan, the International Piano Competition for Young Musicians in Enschede, Netherlands, etc. As part of his pedagogical work Ruben holds master classes and seminars on a regular basis in Croatia and abroad. He is also frequently invited to serve as a jury member at various international music competitions. His noteworthy projects include the founding of the piano summer school in Makarska (Croatia) in 2005, together with Julia Gubajdullina. The seaside piano master course has since evolved into one of the most prominent events for young pianists in the region.

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Winner of ten prestigious international piano competitions in Armenia, China, Croatia and Italy, Ruben quickly established himself in the international music scene, an accomplishment that didn’t go unnoticed by prominent performers and critics alike. The prize awards he collected at the Second China International Piano Competition in Beijing (China), the Svetislav Stančić International Piano Competition in Zagreb (Croatia) and at the Aram Khachaturyan International Piano Competition in Yerevan (Armenia) expanded his recognition as an “intelligent and subtle pianist, whose performance always reveals something new and consistently interesting” according to Lazar Berman’s testimony.

Ruben’s concert tours include numerous countries of Europe, Asia and America. The performances range from solo recitals and concerts with Symphony orchestras to participation in chamber ensembles – a piano duo with his wife Julia Gubajdullina and the well-known trio “Amadeus” to be mentioned. Ruben is an active member of the SONEMUS organisation (Sarajevo’s Organisation for New Music). His repertoire encompasses music from baroque to present days. With more than 20 concerts in his program and a special emphasis on the Romantic period Ruben performs a wide range of musical works. In collaboration with the Croatian Radio he has recently recorded the entirety of the piano opus of the famous Croatian composer Blagoje Bersa. The pianist also gives special attention and dedication to the promotion of the works of Armenian composers, an interesting and original music inseparably linked to the culture of his native country.

Strauss R.

Other

Burlesque for piano and orchestra in D Minore
Bersa B.

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"Airs de ballet"
Na žalu
Melancolie op. 76
Balada op. 65
Bizarna serenada
Noveletta op. 69
Notturno op. 38
Ora triste op. 37
Grieg E.

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Holberg Suite Op. 40: Praeludium, Sarabande , Gavotte, Air , Rigaudon

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in a minor
Komitas

Transcriptions

Komitas-Saradjyan Krunk
Komitas-Saradjyan Lullaby
Komitas- Saradjyan Kujn ara ev gna gna
Komitas- Saradjyan Kaqavik
Komitas-Andreasyan Garuna
Komitas-Andreasyan Hoy Nazan
Komitas-Andreasyan Kjamancha
Komitas-Andreasyan Gishern ekav
Komitas-Andreasyan Is mi garib blbuli pes
Komitas-Andreasyan Tsirani tzar

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Six dances
Prokofiev S. S.

Sonatas

Sonata in d minor No. 2 op. 14
Babadjanian A.

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Vagarshapat Dance
Capriccio
Elegie
Melodie
Impromtu
Humoresque
Prelude
6 Pictures: Improvisation, Folk song, Toccatine, Intermezzo, Choral, Sasoun Dance
Khachaturian A.

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Toccata

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in D-flat major
Scriabin A. N.

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Selected Mazurkas
Selected Etudes
Selected Preludes

Sonatas

Sonata No. 9 op. 68
Sonata No. 7 op. 64
Sonata No. 5 op. 53

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in f-sharp minor op. 20
Rachmaninov S. V.

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in f.sharp minor op. 1
Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in c minor op.18

Etudes

Etudes-Tableaux op. 39 No. 9 in D major
Etudes-Tableaux op. 39 No. 5 in e-flat minor
Etudes-Tableaux op. 39 No. 2 in a minor
Etudes-Tableaux op. 33 No. 7 in g minor
Etudes-Tableaux op. 33 No. 6, in E flat major
Etudes-Tableaux op. 33 No. 2, in C major

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Melodie op. 3 No. 3
Elegie op. 3 No. 1

Preludes

Prelude op. 32 No. 5 in G major
Prelude op. 32 No.11 g sharp minor
Prelude op. 32 No.10 in b minor
Prelude op. 23 No. 10in G-flat major
Prelude op. 23 No. 5 in g minor
Prelude op. 23 No. 4 in D major
Prelude op. 23 No. 3 in d minor
Prelude op. 23 No. 2 in B-flat major
Prelude op. 23 No. 2 in B-flat major
Prelude op. 23 No. 1 in F-sharp minor
Tchaikovsky P. I.

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in b minor

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Méditation, Op. 72 No. 5
Nocturne op. 19 No. 4
Dumka op.54
Les Saisons op.37
Gershwin G.

Concertos

Rhapsody in blue for piano and orchestra
Concerto for piano and orchestra in F

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3 Preludes
Rapsody in blue (Original transcription for piano)
Mussorgsky M. P.

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Pictures from an Exhibition
Ravel M.

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Pavane pour une infante défunte
Sonatine

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in G major
Debussy C.

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Estampes
L’isle joyeuse

Preludes book II

Feux d'artifice
Canope
La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune
Général Lavine – eccentric: Dans le style et le mouvement d'un Cakewalk
Bruyères
Les fées sont d'exquises danseuses
La puerta del Vino
Brouillards

Preludes book I

Minstrels
La danse de Puck
La cathédrale engloutie
La sérénade interrompue
La fille aux cheveux de lin
Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest
Le vent dans la plaine
Des pas sur la neige
Les collines d'Anacapri
Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l'air du soir
Voiles
Danseuses de Delphes
Franck C.

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Prelude, Fugue et Variation in b minor
Brahms J.

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Rhapsody in E-flat major op. 119 No. 4
Intermezzo in C major op. 119 No. 3
Intermezzo in e minor op. 119 No. 2
Intermezzo in b minor op. 119 No. 1

Rhapsodies

Rhapsody in g minor op. 79. No. 2
Rhapsody in b minor op. 79. No. 1
Liszt F.

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 in A major
Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in E-flat major

Sonatas

Sonata in b minor
Fantasia quasi sonata "Apres une lecture du Dante"

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Mephisto-Walzer No. 1
Funerailles
Sonetto del Petrarca No. 123
Sonetto del Petrarca No. 104
Consolation No. 2
Consolation No. 3
Liebestraume No. 3
Legenda No. 1 "St. Francois d’ Assise “La predication aux oiseaux”
La lugubre gondola
Unstern
Polonaise No. 2
Variationen uber das Motiv von Bach (Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen.)

Rhapsodies

Rhapsody Espagnole
Rhapsody No. 13
Rhapsody No. 12
Rhapsody No. 8
Rhapsody No. 6

Etudes

Etude Un Sospiro
Etudes d’execution transcendante No.12 Chasse-neige
Etudes d’execution transcendante No.11 Harmonies du soir
Etudes d’execution transcendante No.10
Etudes d’execution transcendante No.8 Wild jagd
Etudes d’execution transcendante Mazepa

Transcriptions

R. Wagner - F. Liszt Isoldens Liebestod
R. Wagner - F. Liszt - Ouverture zu Tannhauser
C. Gounod - F. Liszt Valse from opera "Faust"
Schumann R.

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra i a minor op. 54

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Arabesques op.18
Fantasie op.17
Kreisleriana op.16,
Kinderszenen op.15
Chopin F.

Mazurkas

Mazurka in f minor op. 68 No. 4
Mazurka in F major op. 68 No. 3
Mazurka in a minor op. 68 No. 2
Mazurka in C major op. 68 No. 1
Mazurka in a minor op. 67 No. 4
Mazurka in C major op. 67 No. 3
Mazurka g minor op. 67 No. 2
Mazurka G major op. 67 No. 1
Mazurka a minor op. 17 No. 4
Mazurka A-flat major op. 17 No. 3
Mazurka in e minor op. 17 No. 2
Mazurka in B-flat major op. 17 No. 1

Valses

Valse in e minor op. posth
Valse in f minor op.70 No. 2
Valse in b minor op.69 No. 2
Valse in A-flat major op.69 No. 1
Valse in A-flat major op.64 No. 3
Valse in c-sharp minor op.64 No. 2
Valse in A-flat major op.64 No. 1
Valse in F major op.34 No. 3
Valse in a minor op.34 No. 2
Valse in A-flat major op.34 No. 1

Nocturnes

Nocturne in c-sharp minor op. posth
Nocturne in e minor op. 72
Nocturne in E major op. 62 No. 2
Nocturne in f minor op. 55 No. 1
Nocturne in f-sharp minor op. 48 No. 2
Nocturne in c minor op. 48 No. 1
Nocturne in F major op. 15 No. 1
Nocturne in D-flat major op. 27 No. 2
Nocturne in c-sharp minor op. 27 No. 1
Nocturne in E-flat major op. 9 No. 2
Nocturne in b-flat minor op. 9 No. 1

Polonaises

Polonaise A-flat major op. 53
Polonaise in f-sharp minor op. 44
Polonaise in c minor op. 40 No. 2
Polonaise in A major op. 40 No. 1
Polonaise in es-flat minor op. 26 No. 2
Polonaise in c-sharp minor op. 26 No. 1

Etudes

Etude op. 25 No. 12
Etude op. 25 No. 10
Etude op. 25 No. 9
Etude op. 25 No. 7
Etude op. 25 No. 2
Etude op. 25 No. 1
Etude op. 10 No. 12
Etude op. 10 No. 9
Etude op. 10 No. 6
Etude op. 10 No. 5
Etude op. 10 No. 3
Etude op. 10 No. 2

Ballades

Ballade in f minor op. 52
Ballade in F major op. 38
Ballade in g minor op. 23
Schubert F.

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4 Impromtus op. 90

Fantasies

Fantasie "Wanderer" in C major op. 15

Sonatas

Sonata in a minor op. 164
Sonata in A major op. 143
Sonata in a minor op. 42
Beethoven L. van

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in c minor op. 37
Concerto for piano and orchestra in B-flat major op. 19
Concerto for piano and orchestra in C major op. 15

Sonatas

Sonata in c minor op. 111
Sonata in A-flat major op. 110
Sonata in E-flat major op. 81a
Sonata in C major op. 53
Sonata in g minor op. 49 No. 1
Sonata in d minor op. 31 No. 2
Sonata in c-sharp minor op. 27 No. 2
Sonata in c minor op. 13
Sonata in c minor op.10 No. 1

Variations

Variations in c minor WoO 80
Variations in C major WoO 72
Mozart W. A.

Concertos

Concerto for two pianos and orchestra in E-flat major Kv. 365
Concerto for piano and orchestra in B-flat major Kv. 595
Concerto for piano and orchestra in A major Kv. 488
Concerto for piano and orchestra in C major Kv. 467

Rondos

Rondo in a minor Kv. 511
Rondo in D major Kv. 485

Fantasies

Fantasie in d minor Kv. 397
Fantasie in c minor Kv. 396

Sonatas

Sonata in B-flat major Kv. 570
Sonata in C major Kv. 330
Sonata in a minor Kv. 310
Sonata in F major Kv. 280
Haydn J.

Concertos

Concerto for piano and orchestra in D major Hob. XVIII/11

Sonatas

Sonata in E-flat major Hob. XVI/49
Sonata in b minor Hob. XVI/32
Sonata in e minor Hob. XVI/34
Sonata in D major Hob. XVI/37
Sonata - in F major Hob. XVI/23
Sonata - in g minor Hob. XVI/44

Founded in 2000 with his wife Julia Gubajdullina, the duo has performed a significant number of recital programs for piano duo or four hands piano since its conception. The duo’s most notable projects include a repertoire composed of Dances of various countries (pieces by Schubert, Brahms, Dvorak, Grieg, Khachaturyan, Stravinsky, Rachmaninoff, etc.), a repertoire of French composers’ works including Poulenc, Milhaud, Debussy, Ravel, as well as a Russian project including notable works of Rachmaninoff.

“…Ruben's and Julia's performance as a duet demonstrated a new level of mastery composed of absolute technical skill together with a first-rate ensemble approach. The rich and colourful expression was achieved by a combination of a controlled illuminated romantic sound and strikingly dramatic accents (Liszt – Concerto Pathetique) together with a luxurious spectrum of colours (Rachmaninov – Suite-Fantasia). The concert was framed in “pearls of impressionism”, performed with great understanding of style (Debussy – Prelude a l’apre-midi d’un faune and Ravel – La Valse) . The hall seemed to be filled with wonderful sounds of wide dynamic range. The inspired musicians played with immediacy and created an unforgetable chamber music atmosphere. Two brilliantly performed encores (Milhaud, Lutoslawski) were the pianists’ thankful answer to the great ovation they received from the abundant audience.” - newspaper Free Dalmatia - Croatia

Julia Gubaidullina was born into a family of professional musicians in the Moldovan capital of Kishinev. She started her piano studies when she was four and already at twelve years of age Julia made her debut as a soloist with orchestra. Having completed her studies at the specialist music school in 1992 she entered the Kishinev MuzicheskuAcademy of Music in the class of professor Ludmila Vaverko. Throughout her years of study, Julia took an active part in international masterclasses and seminars with distinguished professors such as Alexandr Bonduriansky, Valery Kastelsky, Willis Delony, Gunilda Kramer, Minoru Nodzima. Likewise she was a participant in the Summer University UNESCO, from which she received the Special Commendation.

Graduating from the Academy with honours in 1997, Julia continued her studies on the post-graduate course at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in the class of Yuri Hairapetian. On completion of her post-graduate studies in 1999, Julia took up a post on the board of professors at the Sarajevo Academy of Music. In 2005 Julia moved to Croatia and started to work in Zagreb Academy of Music.

Julia Gubaidullina has gained prizes in various competitions both nationally in Moldova (First Prize, 1993), and internationally, gaining first prize at theConsonante’93 Chamber Music Competition in Romania, first prize at the ChisinauInternational Competition in Moldova (1997) and third prize at the Citta di SulmonaInternational Piano Competition in Italy (2000).

There are numerous broadcasts that Julia has made for the Moldovan national radio and television, and Julia has also made many appearances with the Symphony Orchestra of National Philharmony performing concertos by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann, Franck, Ravel, Rachmaninov and Skriabin.

A significant part of Julia's repertory is given to the works of Russian composers, in particular Skriabin and Medtner, whose oeuvre the pianist gains special pleasure in performing. Along with solo recitals Julia also takes part in a variety of chamber ensembles. Being a member of the SONEMUS ensemble has enabled Julia to gain great experience in the field of contemporary music, performing many new works including several world premieres. Julia also considers her piano duo performances with pianist Ruben Dalibaltayan to be an important part of her work. Concert tours have taking Julia across the globe to Russia, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Croatia, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Japan and the USA.

 

Ravel M.

Piano four hands

Rapsodie Espagnole
Ma mere l’oye

Two pianos

La Valse
Rachmaninov S. V.

Two pianos

Suite No. 2
Suite No. 1

Piano four hands

Six Morceaux op. 11
Bartok B.

Two pianos

Sonata for two pianos and percussions
Debussy C.

Two pianos

Prelude "A l’après-midi d’un faune"

Piano four hands

Petite Suite
Six Epigraphes Antiques
Liszt F.

Two pianos

Concerto pathetique
Stravinsky I.

Piano four hands

Danse Russe
Grieg E.

Piano four hands

Norvegian dances
Dvorak A.

Piano four hands

Slavonic Dances
Brahms J.

Piano four hands

Hungarian Dances
Schubert F.

Piano four hands

Selected dances
Fantasie in f minor D. 940
Mozart W. A.

Piano four hands

Sonata in B-flat major Kv. 358
Sonata in C major Kv. 521

Concertos

Concerto for 2 pianos and orchestra in E-flat major Kv. 365

The “Amadeus Trio Zagreb” was founded in 2008 with violinist Leonid Sorokow and cellist Kresimir Lazar, renowned professors of the University for Music and Performing Arts of Vienna and the Zagreb University Music Academy, respectively. They have performed over 20 piano trios to date, with a special emphasis on the promotion of Croatian chamber music heritage. The “Amadeus Trio Zagreb” has established itself as one of the most recognizable ensemble names in the region.

Born in 1954 in Russia, first violin lessons at the age of five. He attended the Special Music School of the St.Petersburg Conservatory, 1973-78 studies at the Moscow Conservatory with J.Jankelevich and J.Tchugayeva, master-classes with V.Klimov.

In 1979 prize-winner at the International Competition in Montreal, in 1981 won second prize at the Paganini Competition in Genoa. Sorokov toured Russia, Hungary, Italy and Finland as a soloist and was the partner of D.Sitkovecky, O.Kagan, N.Gutman, J.Bashmet, D.Geringas, K.Kashkashian and others at various chamber concerts. 1986-92 first concertmaster of the "Moscow Soloists" under J.Bashmet. World-wide tours with the ensemble, also as a soloist, in 1992 as artistic director.

Since 1991 Leonid Sorokov has lived in Vienna, since 1993 he has taught at the University of Music in Vienna and since 2001 he has taught as Professor at the Music –Academy in Zagreb. 1996-2007 member of the Vienna Mozart-Trio. Since 2009 co-founder and member of the “Amadeus Trio Zagreb”

 

Violoncellist Krešimir Lazar was born in Varaždin. He finished primary and secondary school in his hometown in the class of D. Milković. He graduated from Zagreb Academy of Music in the class of Professor V. Dešpalj who was also his mentor while he was doing his master thesis. He has won numerous awards both in Croatia and abroad, some of which include the first prize at the international competition Alfredo Marcosig in Gorizia (Italy), the award of Croatian Radio Television AmandoIvančić, the University of Zagreb Rector's award,the Zagreb Music Academy's Dean’s award, Croatian Music Institute award, the award of the Society of University Teachers, Scholars and Other Scientists in Zagreb and the JuricaMurai award at Varaždin Baroque Evenings in 2011 for the best solo interpretation. He played in concerts in many European and Latin-American countries. He has also performed as soloist with the Zagreb Philharmonic, Varaždin Chamber Orchestra, Croatian Baroque Ensemble, Croatian Chamber Orchestra, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and the HGM Jazz Orchestra.For the publishing house Cantus he has recorded the Concerto for the violin, cello and orchestra by ŽeljkoBrkanović accompanied by the Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Radio Television. He has paid special interest to performing rarely performed music of Early and High Baroque putting special emphasis on interpreting music composed by Croatian composers of this period of music history. Apart from the concert activities, he participated as a lecturer at the international strings festival Strings Only in Zadar and was also a member of the international jury at the competition of the same name. He was also a jury member at the international competition Alfredo and Vanda Marcosig in Gorizia (Italy) and the National competition of musical pupils and students of Croatia and Slovenia. He teaches winter seminars in Opatija regularly in the organization of Pro musicaassociation. He is a regular contributor and soloist inVaraždin Chamber Orchestra (and its president), the initiator and co-founder of CamerataGarestin ensemble and a member and co-founder of Amadeus Trio Zagreb ensemble. In his musical career he has collaborated with numerous ensembles, some of which are Croatian Baroque Ensemble, Cantus ensemble, 3+ ensemble and Le Parlementde Musique ensemble. Krešimir Lazar is also a member of Croatian Society of Music Artistsand an associate professor at the Zagreb Music Academy.

 

Mozart W. A.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in G major Kv. 564
Trio in B-flat major Kv. 502
Trio in B-flat major Kv. 254
Brahms J.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in B major op. 8
Papandopulo B.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Papandopulijada
Bjelinski B

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in g minor
Smetana B.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in g minor
Shostakovich D. D.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in e minor No. 2 op. 67
Schumann R.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Four Fantasy pieces op. 88: Romanze, Humoreske, Duett, Finale
Tchaikovsky P. I.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in a minor op. 50
Schubert F.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in B-flat major op. 99 D 898
Rachmaninov S. V.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio elegiaque in g minor No. 1
Beethoven L. van

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in D major op. 70 No. 1
Trio in c minor op. 1 No. 3
Mendelssohn Bartholdy F.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Trio in c minor No. 2 op. 66
Bobić D.

Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

Jeremiah's voice

Ruben began his pedagogic activities at the Sarajevo Music academy in 2000 and has been serving since 2005 as a Professor of piano at the Zagreb University Music Academy. During the last ten years he raised a large number of young pianists who went on to become finalists and prize winners of more than 50 international competitions. These competitions include most notably the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, the Robert Schumann International Piano Competition in Zwickau, the Zhuhai International Mozart Piano Competition in Zhuhai China, the Shura Cherkassky International Piano Competition in Milan, the International Piano Competition for Young Musicians in Enschede, Netherlands, etc. As part of his pedagogical work Ruben holds master classes and seminars on a regular basis in Croatia and abroad. He is also frequently invited to serve as a jury member at various international music competitions. His noteworthy projects include the founding of the piano summer school in Makarska (Croatia) in 2005, together with Julia Gubajdullina. The seaside piano master course has since evolved into one of the most prominent events for young pianists in the region.

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2007 till 2012.

Aljoša Jurinić (Alyosha Jurinic, born in 1989 in Zagreb, Croatia), heralded as “a young pianist of exceptionally high skill” by the Croatian newspaper Nacional, is currently attending the highest level of musical education (Concert diploma) at Hochschule fur Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar, Germany in the class of prof. Grigory Gruzman. Before that he was a student at Scuola di Musica di Fiesole in the class of prof. Eliso Virsaladze (2011-2014), the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria in the class of prof. Noel Flores (2009-2011) and at the Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb, Croatia in the class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan (2007-2012). He started his musical education at the Music School Pavao Markovac Zagreb in the class of professor Jasna Reba.

He is best known for winning the 16th Robert Schumann Competition in Zwickau 2012. The same year he won the first prize at the 3rd Encore! Shura Cherkassky International Piano Competition in Milano. In 2014, he was the winner or two international piano competitions in Italy: in Cosenza (Luciano Luciani) and Massarosa, thus winning each of the last four competitions members of the Alink-Argerich foundation he attended.

Aljoša Jurinić has won all major awards for young musicians in Croatia, most notably the following: Best young musician award by Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra (2012), Croatian Musical Youth award Ivo Vuljević (2010), Ferdo Livadić award (2013) and Darko Lukić award (2015).

Hailed by the renowned pianist Malcolm Troup as „a Chopin-player beyond compare“ following his recital in London in 2007, he has continued to perform solo and with orchestra in many countries, appearing at important festivals such as Piano fortissimo (Zagreb), Split Summer (Croatia), 'From Easter to Ascension' (Tbilisi, Georgia), Kiev Summer Music Evenings (Ukraine), Nohant (France), Serate Musicali (Milano), Festival Puccini (Torre del Lago, Italy) and others. In February 2015 he had a Carnegie Hall debut recital.

Most important international competitions prizes:

1st prize Robert Schumann International Competition, Zwickau, Germany, 2012

1st prize Massarosa International Piano Competition, Italy, 2014

1st prize International Piano Competition Luciano Luciani, Cosenza, Italy, 2014

1st prize International Piano Competition Encore! Shura Cherkassky, Milano, Italy, 2012

1st prize Croatian Musical Youth Award Ivo Vuljević for the best achievement in the year 2010

Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra Award for the best young musician in the year 2012

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras:

Carnegie Hall debut recital, Piano fortissimo (Zagreb), Split Summer Festival, Zagreb Summer evenings, Nohant Festival (France), From Easter to Ascension Festival (Tbilisi, Georgia), Serate Musicali (Milano, Italy), Festival Puccini (Torre del Lago, Italy), Kiev Summer evenings (Ukraine), Gijon Summer Festival (Spain), Beethoven Society Summer Festival (London, UK)...

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2006 till 2015.

Stipe Bilić (born in Rijeka, 1992.) is a student of the piano at the Academy of Music in Zagreb in the class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan (the 5th year). He studies also at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz (Kunstuniversität Graz) as the student of prof. dr. Milana Chernyavska and regularly attends a perfectionate course led by prof. Elisso Virsaladze (Fiesole, Italia).

Stipe is the winner of numerous national as well as international competitions. There are 3 first awards in the national competitions that should be emphasized (Dubrovnik 2007, 2009, 2013) as a soloist, the first award in the national chamber music competition (playing in a piano trio, Opatija 2008) and the first award in the same competition but in the category for piano duo (Opatija, 2012). Stipe has participated in many international competitions in his homeland as well, achieving always the first prizes - Daleki akordi (Distant Accords) (Split, 2004), Zlatko Grgošević (Zagreb, 2008), Mladi virtuozi-etide i skale (A Young Virtuoso-Etudes and Scales) (Zagreb, 2012). In this last competition Stipe has been given an award for the best interpretation of Bach and for another virtuosic piece and has been proclaimed as the absolute winner of the competition. Stipe was also one of 12 chosen semifinalists of the competition Svetislav Stančić (Zagreb, 2011) where he received an award of the Europe Yamaha Fondation as the most successful Croatian competitor. In the international competition Ennio Porino in Cagliari (2011) Stipe performed in the second stage as one of 5 semifinalists, as well as being a finalist of the competition Giuliano Peccar. He has won the second prize in the international competition Stefano Marizza (Trieste, 2012) competing with candidates under 27 years of age.

Stipe is the winner of the 9th International competition Euroregione in Udine (April, 2013). This provided him to the recital at the Theatre Palamostre (Udine, November 2013) as the part of festival sponsored by the Presidents of Croatia and Italia under the name Croatia, welcome to Europe. In the same year Stipe participated in the competition Martha Debelli in Graz where he got the third prize. At the same competition in 2014 Stipe won the second prize.

Courses have a great significance in the biography of Stipe Bilić. Many of them are led by famous pianists and pedagogues such as Olga Cinkoburova, Arbo Valdma, Noel Flores, Julia Gubajdullina, Grigory Gruzman, Balasz Szokolay, Milana Chernyavksa, Katharina Olivia Brand, Wolfgang Brunner and others.

Stipe has performed at many festivals in Croatia and abroad. For the anniversary of Mozart's birth Stipe had a chance to play together with The Soloists of Zagreb (Zagrebački solisti) as a soloist in the third movement of Mozart Concerto KV. 414 in A major. He played also with the Orchestra of the Opera of the Croatian National Theatre performing the solo part of Haydn D major Concerto (2008) and Liszt’s Second Concerto (2010). Stipe had the opportunity to play in the famous hall of the Boesendorfer Factory in Vienna, 2008. In the same city he participated in the opening concert of the Festival of Croatian Music performing the composition Dernek written by the then President of the country Mr. Ivo Josipović (2012). In January of 2013 Stipe was a soloist in the 4the Concerto of L. van Beethoven playing together with the Zagreb Youth Orchestra. In February of 2014 Stipe had the honour to play in the Great Concert Hall Vatroslav Lisinski, presenting himself as soloist in the First piano concerto of P. I. Tschaikowsky together with the Croatian Radio-television Orchestra and Maestro Uros Lajovic. In September of 2014 Stipe gave a recital in Duino (Italia) which was organised by the Foundation Dr. Ingo Skrapic and Chamber Music Academy in Duino.

These are the countries in which Stipe has played so far: Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Ukraine and Bosna and Herzegovina. Stipe Bilić is a scholarship recipient of the International Music Academy in the Principality of Liechtenstein and participates regularly in intensive weeks and activities of the Academy.

Main national and international competitions prizes:

3 first prizes on the National competition in Dubrovnik (2007,2009,2013)

the first prize on the international competition "Zlatko Grgošević" in Zagreb (2008)

the first prize, the prize of the best performance of virtuosic piece and piece of J.S. Bach as well as the absolute winner of international competition "Mladi virtuozi-etide i skale" in Zagreb (2012)

the special prize of Yamaha foundation as the best croatian competitor on the international competition "Svetislav Stančić" in Zagreb (2011)

winner of the international competition "Euroregione" in Udine,Italy in April 2013

the second prize on the International competition "Stefano Marizza" in Treiste 2012

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras:

five solo recitals in the period of high school education (at "Pomorski i povijesni muzej-Guvernerova palača in Rijeka and solo recital at the Croatian Music Institut)

three performances with the Opera Orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka (performing Haydn D major concerto and Liszt Concerto No.2)

a solo recital in Udine (2013), Italy as a representer of Music Academy in Zagreb

a solo recital in Duino, Italy (2014)

a performance in the Bösendorfer Saal in Vienna, 2008

a performance with the Zagreb Orchestra of Youth at the Croatian Music Institute (performing Beethoven 4th Concerto), 2013

a performance with the Symphony Orchestra of the Croatian Radio Television in a big concert hall "Vatroslav Lisinski" in 2014 (performing Tschaikowsky First Piano Concerto)

two performances at the Festival "Darko Lukić", Osijek (2007, 2009)(one was recorded and reproduced by the Croatian Radio)

e-mail: bilicstipe@yahoo.com

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2008 till 2013, from 2014 till now.

Ante Vetma was born in Split in 1989. At the age of 13 he enrolls the Music School of «Josip Hatze» (prof. Danira Matijasevic, prof. Lorenza Baturina) which he completes after six years along with the Scientific High School of Split. He attended masterclass lessons at various professors from whom he received high praises: Noel Flores, Jan Jiracek von Armin, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Kemal Gekic, Arbo Valdma, Naum Grubert, Vladimir Krpan and others. Currently he is attending postgraduate study at Academy of Music in Zagreb in the class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan.

• 2nd prize national chamber competition (piano trio) 2009.

• 1nd prize national chamber competition (piano solo) 2010.

• 2nd prize and special prize for best interpretation of virtuoso piece at international piano competition „Etudes and scales“ 2010.

• Special prize international competition Amici della Musica in Udine, Italy 2010.

• 2nd prize national piano competition 2011.

• 1st prize piano competition for „Dr. Ing. Dino Skrapic, MBA“ scolarship 2011.

• Finalist of Piano Campus competition in Paris, France

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras:

• Solo piano recital in Udine, Italy (2010.)

• Solo piano recital in Duino, Italy (2012.)

• Solo piano recital in Kromberk castle, Slovenia (2013.)

• Soloist with Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra in Vatroslav Lisinski Hall, Zagreb (2013.)

Currently full-time piano teacher at Music school Pavao Markovac in Zagreb, Croatia.

 

E-mail: avetma@gmail.com

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2012 till 2014.

Pianist Gregor Dešman (1988) has recently finished his postgraduate studies under supervision of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb, Croatia and is currently a freelance pianist and teacher. Gregor has finished his graduate studies at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, under mentorship of prof. Hinko Haas. During his years at the Academy, he has successfully performed on many recitals. He also performed Beethoven’s 5th Piano Concert ˝Emperor˝ with Ljubljana Opera and Ballet Orchestra under direction of Marko Gašperšič in the great hall of Slovene Philharmonics. He graduated with Diploma Summa cum Laude, playing 3rd Bartok piano Concerto with Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Simon Dvoršak. For this performance, he was granted Prešeren prize from the Academy of Music at University of Ljubljana. Gregor performs in Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, Spain and Romania, among others with internationally successful musicians, such as Tibor Molnar, Joachim Eijlander, Gilles Apap. He is a pianist in Piano Trio GUD that was formed under supervision of prof. Tomaž Lorenz and later finished studying on a two-year postgraduate course for chamber music with Trio di Parma in Duino. They are successful on international level. For their intensive concert activity, they received Prešeren prize from the Academy of Music at University of Ljubljana.

2nd prize ex equo on International Piano Competition Antonio Bertolini in Milan, Italy in 2014. Prešern

Prize by Academy of music in Ljubljana for the performance of the 3rd Piano Concero by Bartok in 2013.

Certificate of Recognition Diploma Summa cum Laude for outstanding musical achievements during his bachelor studies in Ljubljana.

1st prize on a Slovenian National Competition in 2007.

E-mail: antigregor@gmail.com

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2012 till now.

Karlo Ivancic (Banja Luka, 1989), got his master's degree in 2012, at the Music Academy in Zagreb, in the class Dalibor Cikojević playing recital in the great hall of the Croatian Music Institute. Academic year 2011 / 2012th spent studying on Hochschule fur Musik Franz Liszt with Professor Balazs Szokolay in Weimar.

The same year he entered postgraduatian studies in class of professor Ruben Dalibaltayan and till now is in his class. He won eighteen awards in regional, national and international competitions.

Among the awards are: Special prize on international EPTA piano competition in 2007.; on 5th International piano competition ZAGREB 2008 won special prize as the most succesful and youngest competitior form Croatia, Award Heferer at the 4th International Piano Competition Svetislav Stancic in Zagreb in 2011. Second prize on competition Darko Lukic in February 2013. Then, on the Piano Competition Boris Papandopulo in Zagreb, in September 2013, won the third prize, and in 2014 . on Piano Competition in Rovinj wins 2nd prize. In November 2014. won Croatian Composers Society Award and the Award of the City of Samobor in the international competition Ferdo Livadic Samobor, and second prize at the International Piano Competition in San Dona Di Piave, Italy in may 2015.

In addition to the competitions, had outstanding performances at festivals at home and abroad and has participated in seminars of renowned Croatian and foreign professors and pianists (Noel Flores, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Eugen Indjić, Sijavuš Gadjijev, Piotr Palezny, Avedis Kouyoumdjian, Vladimir Viardo, Martin Hughes, Grigory Gruzman, Peter Nagy, Olga Cinkoburova ...) He performed at concerts in Italy, Austria, Germany, Slovenia, across the Croatia. Concerts are accompanied by excellent reviews. He has appeared several times in the program of Croatian national television and radio which broadcast recordings of his concerts. In 2009, he appeared as a soloist with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Tomislav Fačini, performing Piano Concerto in G major by Maurice Ravel. He received a scholarship from Music Academy for a seminar Prague-Vienna-Budapest.

Main national and international competitions prizes:

EPTA piano competition 2007. special jury prize

International piano competition "ZAGREB 2008" Prize for best competitor form Croatia

International piano competition Svetislav Stancic 2011 - HEFERER AWARD

Darko Lukic competition 2013. 2nd prize

Piano competition Boris Papandopulo 2013. 3rd prize

International competition Ferdo Livadic 2014. - Croatian Composer Society Award and Award of the City of Samobor

3rd Internatinal piano competition San Dona di Piave ( Venezia ) 2015., 2nd prize

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras: • Numereous solo recitals in Croatia, Slovenija, performing in Austria, Italy, Germany. • Concert with Zagreb philharmonic orchestra playing Ravel piano concerto, conductor Tomislav Facini.

e-mail: karloivancic89@gmail.com





Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2013 till now.
 
Ivan Krpan was born in Zagreb in 1997. He is studying piano (the second year) on the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan. He has started piano lessons when he was six years old and his piano professor from beginning till Academy was prof. Renata Strojin Richter. He has attended masterclasses of prof. Dalibor Cikojević, Đorđe Stanetti, Siavush Gadjiev, Kemal Gekić and many other professors.
  • 1. prize on the International Danube Piano Competition in Enschede, Netherlands 2014
  • 1. prize on the International Piano Competition EPTA Belgium 2014
  • 1. prize on the International Piano Competition Young Virtuosos, Zagreb 2014
  • 2. prize on the International Danube Piano Competition in Ulm, Germany 2014
  • 1. prize on the International Piano Competition Zlatko Grgošević,Zagreb 2012
  • 1. prize on the Croatian National Piano Competition in Dubrovnik 2013.

e-mail: krpan.ivan285@gmail.com

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2012 till now.

ELIZABETA ADŽAGA (1994.) entered into the 1st grade of Musical School "Blagoja Bersa" in Zagreb, in year 2002, in class of prof. Kristina Bistrović-Darvaš and now she is attending Music Academy in Zagreb in class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan.

She participated in many competitions:

-4th International Competition "Zlatko Grgošević" in 2006 she wins first place and a prize as the youngest absolute winner of the competition

- 5th EPTA International Young Pianists Competition in Croatia (2007) she wins 3rd prize

- International Competition ‘Citta di Gorizia’ in Italy (2009) she wins 2nd prize

-On International Competition ‘Chopin Golden Ring’ in Slovenia (2012) she wins 3rd prize

-On Regional Competitions (2007,2009,2011,2015) she wins 1st prize and 2nd prize on State Competitions

-On State Competitions of Chamber Music in she wins 1st prize (2010,2011,2013,2014) in categories: duo, piano trio and piano quintet. 

She played at many festivals and concert halls in Croatia, Italy and Slovenia and gave many recitals solo and with chamber ensembles all over Croatia. Also, she recorded many times for Croatian National Television and also recorded pieces of Bohuslav Martinu for European Union Radio.

Recently she performed W.A.Mozart piece 'Chio mi scordi di te' with Croatian opera singer Klasja Modrušan and St.Petersburg State Symphony orchestra in Belosselsky-Belozersky Palace in St.Petersburg.

She also participates in many seminars of professional specialization and she worked with renowned professor such as: Natalia Trull, Pascal Nemirovski, Naum Grubert, Noel Flores, Ruben Dalibaltayan, Siavush Gadijev, Marina Ambokadze, Romuald Noll, Konstantin Bogino, Nina Patarčec, Barbara Doll ...

E-mail:elizabeta.adzaga@hotmail.com

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2009 till now.

Roland Grlica (Zagreb, 1995) started to play the piano at the Music School '' Milka Trnina“ in Ivanic Grad with professor Nikolina Pokrajac Kecerin. Afterwards he studied at Pavle Markovac Music School in Zagreb and 2012 he graduated in the piano class of professor Ruben Dalibaltayan. He is currently studying piano at the Music Academy in Zagrebu under the guidance of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan. He worked with many renowned and famous piano teachers such as Olga Cinkoburova, Ippazio Ponzetta, Nina Patarčec, Đorđe Stanetti, Vassilia Efstathiadou. He has performed as a soloist with the Zagreb Chamber Orchestra and String Orchestra Music School Pavao Markovac. He works as an accompanist for the Vocal Ensemble Milka Trnina and Social Assembly of the Croatian Music Institute and he is conductor of Women's Vocal Ensemble Capella Cantricium. He has appeared in many radio and television programs and festivals such as Memorial Darko Lukić Chamber Music Festival 'Musica Maxima' 'Festival of Young Pianists Rogaska Slatina and others. He has performed as a soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Croatian Radio and Television at last year's Eurovision contest. For his achievements he received recognition from the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports for the school year 2010/2011 and 2012/2013 and the Plaque of the City of Zagreb.

Competitions (2010 - 2015)

16th International Competition of Young Virtuosos Zagreb 2010 - 1st Prize and ABSOLUTE WINNER

6. International Competition for Young Pianists '' Zlatko Grgošević '' Zagreb 2010 - 1st Prize

49th Croatian Competition of students of music and dance - NATIONAL COMPETITION Dubrovnik 2011 - 1 Prize

7th International Competition for Young Pianists '' Zlatko Grgošević '' Zagreb 2012 - 1st Prize and the Special Prize '' Molly Joo-Mathe '' for the best performance of works of Viennese classics

12th International competition ''Citta di Gorizia'' Gorizia 2012 – 1 Prize

51th Croatian Competition of students of music and dance – NATIONAL COMPETITION Dubrovnik 2013 – 1 Prize

8th International competition for young pianists EPTA Osijek, 2013 – 1 Prize

2th International piano competition ''Aci Bertoncelj'' Velenje, Slovenia 2014 – 1 Prize


Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2012 till now.

Ana Dadić (Slavonski Brod,1993) studies piano in the class of Prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan at Music Academy in Zagreb and the second year of flute at Music Academy in Ljubljana under mentorship of Prof. Matej Zupan. She completed the first year of flute in the class of Prof. Marina Novak at Music Academy in Zagreb. She enrolled both departments as the first placed candidate of her generation. She acquired primary and secondary music education in class of Ivanka Kordić (piano) and Vesna Črnigoj (flute) at Music School V. Lisinski. As classical pianist, flutist and member of chamber ensembles she won about 40 awards, out of which 25 first awards at numerous Croatian and international competitions. The outstanding ones among these awards are state competition HDGPP in Dubrovnik and Opatija, International Competition Zlatko Grgošević in Zagreb, Lions Grand Prix in Rijeka, Pianoforte in Poreč, EPTA in Osijek, competition Citta di Gorizia and Ars Nova Trieste in Italy as well as International Competition of Young Pianists Aci Beroncelj in Velenje (Slovenia), Varaždin Woodwind & Brass in Bistrički Zvukolik at Marija Bistrica. She represented Croatia at 26 Conference EPTA in Rome and Ministry of Science Education and Sport awarded he six times Oscar for Knowledge and state recognition for excellency.

Besides multiple performances in Croatia , Italy and Slovenia the outstanding value should be attributed to her concerts with world exquisite ensembles like Zagreb String Quartet and String Quartet Rucner, Symphony Wind Orchestra of Croatian Armed Forces. She also made records for Croatian Radio Television. She perfected her excellency with reputable piano and flute pedagogues.

The most important concert appearances, including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras were recitals in Zagreb (cycle Young artists in Matica, “Virtuoso”, “24 hours Chopin”; recital at Mimara Museum, Poreč (concert in Euphrasian Basilica), Senj (14th Senj Evening Recitals), Šibenik (May Music Evenings 2012), Maribor (Music Bridges 2012) and Slavonski Brod and Pučišća on the island of Brač. In organization of Lions Club Slavonski Brod, she held large humanitarian concert together with her guests in 2012 and the revenue was donated to Croatian League for Fight Against Cancer. She performed F. Liszt’s the first piano concert accompanied by Symphony Orchestra of Music Academy in Zagreb under direction of Maestro Nikša Bareza.

Kontakt: ana.dadicc@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/ana.dadic.37


Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2010 till now.

Paula Ropuš was born on June 29th 1996 in Zagreb. She started her musical education at the age of seven and finished elementary music school Rudolf Matz under professor Srebrenka Crnković Završki and the secondary music school Pavao Markovac under professor Ruben Dalibaltayan. Currently, she is a student at the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of professor Ruben Dalibaltayan and also studies at the School of Applied arts and design.

Paula attended Master Classes and advanced courses of Ljerka Čavić-Tomčik, Hari Gusek, Ljubomir Gašparović, Dalibor Cikojević, Đorđe Stanetti, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Marina Ambokadze, Ruben Dalibaltayan, Julia Gubaidulina and Vassilia Efstathiadou.

  • IInd Prize on 11th International Piano Competition Città di Gorizia, Gorizia, Italy 2011
  • Ist Prize and Special award as the absolute winner of the 7th International Competition for Young Pianists Zlatko Grgošević, Zagreb Croatia 2012
  • Ist Prize on 8th Annual International Competition For Young Pianists, Chopin Golden Ring in Radovljica, Slovenija 2012
  • Ist Prize on National competition in Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2013
  • IIIrd Prize on International Piano Competition ''Peter Toperczer'', Košice, Slovakia

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras:

  • 2009 - “In Memoriam Darko Lukić“, Osijek
  • 2010 - 24 hours of Chopin, HGZ, Zagreb - Recital in Music school Rudolf Matz, Zagreb
  • 2011 - “In memoriam Valeriju Kastelskom“, HDS, Zagreb
  • 2012 - Blagoje Bersa Piano circle, HGZ, Zagreb 2013. - Recital in Matrix Croatica, Zagreb


Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2013.

Vedran Janjanin was born into a musical family in the city of Zagreb(Croatia) in 1994. At the age of 6 he starts his musical education at the ,,Elly Bašić'' conservatory and choses piano as his main subject thaught by prof. Sretna Meštrović. Later he finishes his high school program at the same conservatorium with his teacher Andrea Jurić while graduating at the Archdiocesan Classical Gymnasium. In the year of 2013. he continues his studies at the ''Privatuniversität konservatorium'' in Vienna and the Music academy in Zagreb (class of Ruben Dalibaltayan, prof.Art.).

Some of his musical achivments:

- Second prize winner of the ,,42nd national competition of chamber music'' in the piano duo category. Four years later he wins the same prize with Šimun Matišić as his duo partner

- Second prize winner at the National competition for soloists in 2005.

- He won the special prize at the 3rd International piano competition for young pianists ,,Zlatko Grgošević'' for ,,best pianistic interpretation''

- 2nd prize at the Chopin international competition ,,Golden ring'' in Slovenia

- 1st prize winner at the Chopin Belgrade Fest competition in 2015. 

- 2nd prize( in 2013) and 1st prize( in 2015) winner at the State competition in Dubrovnik.

He played in several renowned halls across the country and abroad, attended seminars of great pedagogues such as : Kalman Drafi, Arbo Valdma, Dubravka Tomšić, Lijerka Čavić Tomčik, Đorđe Stanetti, Ruben Dalibaltayan, Ian Fountain, Jerome Rose and such.


Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2006 till 2007.

Primož Mavrič started his musical journey in Music School in Žalec, in the class of professor Magdalena Navodnik, and continued it in the Secondary Music School in Celje, in the class of professor Jelena Dukić-Segečić. In 2000, he also graduated from General Grammar School as the only musician among the top 100 graduates in his generation in Slovenia. At the Music Academy in Zagreb he graduated from the undergraduate piano studies in 2004, in the class of Professor Pavica Gvozdić and from the artistic postgraduate studies in the class of Professor Ruben Dalibaltayan in 2007. In 2011, at the Music Academy of Ljubljana, he graduated from master's studies in piano methodology and didactics, defending his master's thesis entitled "Methods of Practicing Piano Music From the First Reading to Public Performance" (with the average grade of 10/10).

During his education, he honed his art at piano Master Classes (Bogino, Rucli, Valdma, Lateiner, Kämmerling, Ciccolini, Indjic, Perry, de Moura Castro, Gubaidullina, Dalibaltayan), performed in numerous solo recitals and as a member of different chamber music groups, as well as a soloist with an orchestra (Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Music School in Celje). He received multiple awards and recognitions at Slovenian (1992, 1995, 1998) and Croatian (2001, 2003) state competitions, as well as at the international competition »Dr. Roman Klasinc«.

Since 2013, he has been performing in a piano duet KaPris together with the pianist Karine Gišjan Roškar. Since 2004, he has been employed as a piano teacher and repetiteur at the Elementary and Secondary Music School in Celje and at the First Grammar School in Celje. From 2011 to 2014, he also taught piano at the Music School in Žalec.

In November 2014, he became the President of the Association of Piano Pedagogs of Slovenia EPTA, in which he previously served as Secretary (2010-2014). From 2011 to 2014, he actively coordinated the preparations for the annual three-day conferences of the Association.

His students are very successful in competitions. Together, they have won over 45 awards and recognitions, of which 26 were first prizes and 11 were golden awards/plaques. Among them, the following deserve a special emphasis:

 6 first places at state and international competitions,

 4 maximum scores - 100 points,

 3 special awards for the best performance of compulsory pieces,

 one award for a talented competitor.

In addition to these, the students also won three more second place awards and three third place awards, four silver and one bronze plaque.

In 2008, in the procedure for the recognition of extraordinary progress in pedagogic and other professional/artistic endeavours, he was awarded the title of advisor, and is currently in the procedure for being named a councillor.

In 2012, he issued a manual "From the first tone to a performance - effective piano practicing methods" (monograph), which was very well received in the music circles (the first edition was sold out). In 2013, the manual was translated to Croatian and published in Croatia. His scholarly articles were published in musical-pedagogic journals Tonovi, Piano Journal and Virkla. He teaches and leads workshops and master classes in Slovenia and abroad. By the end of 2014, he had lead more than 50 hours of public education (seminars, lectures, workshops) aimed primarily at piano teachers and their students. He keeps in touch with domestic and international experts in the field of piano pedagogy, didactics and artistic creation, which allows him to adopt good practices and stay up-to-date with new developments. He participates in developing and improving effective and interesting methods for learning music and playing the piano.

In April 2015, he was appointed Assistant in the field of Piano Didactics at the Music Academy in Ljubljana.

His free time is spent in sports, writing and travels.

His life motto is: »Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.« M. Gandhi

primus.mavric@gmail.com

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2014 till now.

Vinko Buble was born in Split.in 1989.He attended primary music school in Trogir,in the class of professor Olga Cinkoburova. He attended secondary music school "Josip Hatze" in Split,in the class of professor Natasa Karajana Packo.

In 2006 he became a student at the Art Academy in Split in the class of professor Olga Cinkoburova,who quoted him to be "exceptionally tallented". In 2011 he graduates from The Art Academy with brilliant grades(5.00),and receives the Rector's Award as the top student of the generation.

His entire education has been followed by a number of awards:9 first,3 second and 1 third award on Regional, National and International competitions. In 2003 he was the absolute winner on the International competition "Ricconig" ,where 130 pianists from all over the world took part.

In 2011 he won the 1st prize on Regional competition in Zadar,as well as the 3rd prize on prestigious competition "Citta di Barleto", among 400 contestants from 42 countries worldwide.

He took part in 27 International seminars and cooperated with eminent professors from both Croatia and abroad:

Arbo Valdma, Noel Flores, Ruben Dalibaytan, Natalija Trulj, Đuro Tikvica, Vladimir Krpan, Kemal Gekić, Grigory Gruzman.

He has been the youngest winner of the Award of the City of Trogir and because of his exceptional contributions to culture, he also received an award from the President of the Croatian Government in 2002.

He played in all significant concert halls in Croatia as well as on festivals. Between 2002-2005 he performed in the Concert Hall of Vatroslav Lisinski, in Croatian National Theatre Split and on Summer Games in Dubrovnik.

Furthermore, he had many significant performances in Italy, Hungary, Monte Negro, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

However, he gladly responds to all humanitarian projects. Moreover, he organized two of them himself.

From 2009-2010with his humanitarian project " Let's open our hearts and choose love" as well as "Solidarity week", he collected 18 000kn for the Children's home "Maestral".

He has been accompanist of the choir "Ivan Lucic" as well as of polyphonic choir "Bijacka Vila". He has had more than 200 public appearances among which 15have been solistic concerts.He has been a member of "Trio Traguriensis"and one of its founders as well.

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2013 till now.

Pianist Katja Činč was born in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on the 15th of November, 1990. She finished primary music school in the class of prof. Vesna Dolamič, secondary music school in the class of prof. Lidija Malahotky - Haas and graduated at Academy of Music in Ljubljana in the class of prof. Tatjana Ognjanović. Currently she is attending postgraduate study at Academy of Music in Zagreb (Croatia) in the class of prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan. Katja took part at many piano competitions and awarded several prizes. She had concerts in Slovenia, Italy, Hungary, Austria and Croatia. She attended numerous seminars and masterclasses held by respectable pianists and piano pedagogues. Many of Katja's piano recordings can be heard at Slovenian radio programmes and are kept in the national RTV archives. She also recorded five promotional cds with compositions from baroque to impresionism. She participates in piano trio Amarilis, together with violinist Lucija Mlakar and cellist Urška Horvat. They studied with prof. Tomaž Lorenz and members of Trio di Parma ("Scuola del Trio di Trieste" in Duino - Italy).

 

Main national and international competitions prizes:

  • 1. place and 1. prize (100/100 points) at the International Piano Competition "Francesco Forgione" - Associazione Musicale »Dino Ciani« in Verbania (Italy)
  • 2. prize and Chopin's silver Emblem at the International Piano Competition "Chopin Golden Ring" in Slovenia
  • 3. prize at the international piano competition "Ithaka" in Ljubljana
  • 1. prize and golden award at the national competition TEMSIG 2008
  • 2. place and 3rd prize at national competition TEMSIG 2010
  • 1. prize at the international music competition "Davorin Jenko" in Belgrade (Serbia)
  • 2. prize at the international music competition "Valsesia Musica - Premio Monterosa Kawai" in Varallo (Italy)
  • 3. prize and special prize for best performance of Primož Ramovš's composition at
  • 4. competition for chamber music "Primož Ramovš" in Slovenia

Most important concert appierences including solo recitals and concerts with orchestras:

  • concert with symphonic orchestra of Conservatory of Music Ljubljana in Gorizia (Italy) and in Slovenian Philharmonic
  • two concerts in Sicily, concert in Moruzzo, Duino and two concerts in Trieste (Italy)
  • three concerts in Hungary (Budapest, Szombathely, Szentgotthárd)
  • two recitals in Vienna
  • several performances in Slovenian Philharmonic
  • recitals organized by festivals such as: Festival Lent, Festival Ljubljana, festival "Imago Sloveniae", festival "Nei Suoni dei Luoghi"(Italy), Croatian festival "Makarska Cultural Summer", festival "Carinthial Cultural Summer", festival "Slovenian Musical Youth" and Festival Velenje

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Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2004 till 2009.

Ena was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina where she completed her primary and secondary music education with prof. Vera Verbič. In 2009 she graduated piano performance at the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class of Ruben Dalibaltayan. In 2009 she received CEEPUS scholarship and went to study in the Czech Republic. She obtained her master’s degree in 2012 from the Music Academy in Prague where she studied with Marián Lapšanský and Veronika Bohmová. She is also a recipient of VISEGRAD scholarship for gifted students from Eastern Europe and she was selected to participate in Summer school Prague-Vienna-Budapest in 2011. During her studies she held recitals in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Hungary and Italy. She was attending master classes with Vincenzo Balzani, Karl-Heinz Kammerling, Avedis Kouyoumjian, Ivan Klánský, Miroslav Langer, Marián Lapšanský, Sandor Falvai and Gottlieb Wallisch.

Ena is currently finishing her doctoral studies in Music Education at the Charles University in Prague. 

During her PhD studies she gave lectures and workshops at the following conferences and symposiums:

International conference of music education, Prešov, Slovakia, September 2012

21st conference of the European association for music in schools, Leuven, Belgium, February 2013

Research in Music Education conference, Exeter, United Kingdom, April 2013

International VISEGRAD conference of the music education pedagogues, Prague, Czech Republic, November 2013

22nd conference of the European association for music in schools, Nicosia, Cyprus, May 2014

International society for music education world conference, Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 2014

Society for education and music psychology conference, Reading, United Kingdom, October 2014

IV Symposium of teaching paradigms in music education in the 21st century, Evora, Portugal, May 2015

Ena currently works as a lecturer at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University in Prague, Department of Music Education where she teaches obligatory piano and methodology of piano teaching. She is also teaching piano at the International School of Music and Fine Arts in Prague. She is a resident performer of the Dvorak’s Museum in Prague where she plays regularly with Czech violinist Tomas Tuláček. In addition to that, she is performing in a trio with American clarinetist Eric Umble and German singer Sarah Bouwers as well as with American flutist Patricia Surman. 

Contact: ena.stevanovic@gmail.com

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2000 till 2004.

Naida Kulljuh-Hukic was born on 16th October 1979 in Foca (Bosnia and Herzegovinia). She graduated at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy (2002) and at the Department of Piano (2004) in the class of professor Ruben Dalibaltayan at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo. She possesses a degree of Master of Science in Music, in the area in Harmony. She is a student of the third cycle studies on the Academy of Music in Sarajevo in the same field. Most important concert appierences including solo recitals in period education in high school and Academy of Music in Sarajevo (Sarajevo, Gorazde) and concerts of chamber music for piano and saxsophone held in Mostar and Sarajevo (2006). She worked as teacher of piano in the period from 2003-2013, at Elementary music school Avdo Smailovic in Gorazde (2003-2005), after in Elementary music and ballet school Novo Sarajevo in Sarajevo (2005-2013). Her pupils have won Special award, four Ith and five IInd prizes on IXth, XIth, XIIth, XIVth, XVth Federal and International Competions pupils and students of music held in Livno (2006), Sarajevo (2008, 2009, 20012), Tuzla (2011). Since 2013 she has worked at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo, as a Senior Assistant at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy, subject Harmony I-VIII. She publishes professional articles (4) in the field Music Theory and Pedagogy and participates in the internacional symposiumes and conferences in Bosnia and Herzegovinia and abroad.

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2005 till 2007.

She was born in 1984 in Virovitica. After finishing secondary music school and gymnasium in the year 2003, she graduated at the Academy of Music Zagreb, Rijeka department. At first, she worked as a piano teacher at music school in Slatina. Today she lives and works in Osijek. Recently, her student Ruben Habuda has won a second prize at the EPTA Young Pianist Competition and also at the National Competition. He won the first prize at the Chopin Festival in Belgrade 2015. As a piano accompaniment for mixed choir of Music school Franjo Kuhač she performed at competitions in Croatia, Austria and Slovenia. As a pedagogue, she often listen seminars of professors Ruben Dalibaltayan and Julia Gubajdullina, Konstantin Krasnitsky and Damir Sekošan.

e-mail: suncana.turk@yahoo.com

Student of Ruben Dalibaltayan from 2012 till now.

Sara Komljenović was born on 17 March 1999 in Zagreb.

She is a 3rd grade student of the "Pavao Markovac" Secondary School of Music in Zagreb in the class of professor Ruben Dalibaltayan. She finished primary music education in the class of professor Terezija Babić.

At the 5th International Competition of Young Pianists „Zlatko Grgošević“ in 2008 she won the second prize.

At the regional and at the State competitions in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015 she won the first prizes in the discipline of piano in her category.

At the 6th International Competition of Young Pianists „Zlatko Grgošević“ in 2010 she won the first prize in the B category and also the EPTA and Molly Joo-Mathe reward for the best performance of Vienna classical composers. At the 7th EPTA International Competition of Young Pianists in 2011 Sara won the 2nd prize and the reward of the Croatian Composers' Society in her category. At the 7th International Competition of Young Pianists „Zlatko Grgošević“ in 2012 she won the first prize in the C category.

In June 2013 she held her solo concert at the Matica Hrvatska Hall.

At the 2nd International piano competition “Aci Bertoncelj” in 2014 she won the first prize.

She attends masterclasses held by exceptional professors: Ruben Dalibaltayan, Julia Gubaidullina, Dalibor Cikojević, Đorđe Stanetti, Olga Cinkoburova and Vassilia Efstathiadou.

Founded in 2005 with Julia Gubajdullina, the Makarska Summer School has quickly gained popularity and turned into an irresistible attraction for aspiring musicians in the region. The opportunity to combine the absorption of valuable musical knowledge along with the diversion and entertainment that comes with living in a famous seaside resort makes the summer school a coveted destination for students during the late summer. Over the years, more than 200 students from various countries have participated in the master course, most of whom have taken part on more than one occasion.

Welcome to Makarska summer school 2016.

Professors are Ruben Dalibaltayan and Julia Gubajdullina. Many thanks to "Gradska glazba Makarska" and Music school of Makarska. We greatly appreciate their support and assistance in organisation of this event.

The summer school will take place from August 18, 2016 to August 31, 2016 in the Music School of Makarska.

Deadline to submit applications is July 15, 2016. Please fill in the application form and send it to us.

Payment for active participants is 2000 Croatian Kunas or 280 €. Account information: For international transactions: Societe Generale-Splitskabanka dd. Address: Rudjera Boskovića 16, 21000 Split. SWIFT: SOGEHR22 IBAN CODE: HR6123300031100129052. GRADSKA GLAZBA MAKARSKA. Address: Tina Ujevica 1, 21300 Makarska, Croatia

For national transactions: Societe Generale-Splitska banka dd. Address: Rudjera Boskovića 16, 21000 Split. Ziro račun: 2330003-1100129052. GRADSKA GLAZBA MAKARSKA. Address: Tina Ujevica 1, 21300 Makarska, Croatia

Accommodation expenses must be covered by the participants. There will be 5 lessons. Duration of each lesson is 60 minutes. The schedule is flexibile and can be adjusted according to participants' needs ( pay attention to the field about preffered period of participation in application form). The participants will have a possibility to practice on pianos of the Music School. Public concerts will also be organised for the participants.

For additional information please contact: E-mail: rubyul77@yahoo.com Mob: 00 385 98 925 71 84

L. van Beethoven - Sonata in E flat major, op. 81a (Les Adieux)
Blagoje Bersa - Nocturne in B minor op. 38
Blagoje Bersa- Ora triste
Arno Babadjanyan - Impromptu
Arno Babadjanyan Melodia
Arno Babadjanyan Elegia
Komitas - Lullaby
Anatoly Lyadov: The Music Box, Op.32
Franz Liszt Consolation No 3
Frederic Chopin - Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1
Zko Ruben Dalibaltayan & Julia Gubajdullina Mozart Concerto for 2 piano 3 rd mov
Zko Ruben Dalibaltayan & Julia Gubaidullina Mozart Concerto for 2 piano 2 nd mov
Zko Ruben Dalibaltayan & Julia Gubajdullina Mozart Concerto for 2 piano 1 st mov
Aljoša Jurinić: F. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody N. 11
Aljoša Jurinić: F. Chopin - Etude op.25 N.7
Aljoša Jurinić: F. Liszt - Etude "Un Sospiro"
Aljoša Jurinić: R. Schumann - Concerto for piano and orchestra op.54 in a minor
Stipe Bilić: L. van Beethoven - Sonata op.111 in C minor, I. Maestoso - Allegro con brio ed appassionato
Stipe Bilić: L. van Beethoven - Sonata op.111 in C minor, II. Arietta: adagio molto, semplice e cantabile
Stipe Bilić: J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E major, WTK II
Stipe Blić: F. Chopin - Sonata op.35 in b flat minor, I. Grave - Doppio movimento
Stipe Bilić: F. Chopin - Sonata op.35 in b flat minor II. Scherzo
Stipe Bilić: F. Chopin: Sonata op.35 in b flat minor, III. Marche funèbre: Lento, IV. Finale: Presto
Ante Vetma: S. V. Rachmaninov - Sonata op.36 in B minor
Ante Vetma: S. V. Rachmaninov - Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini for piano and orchetra
Roland Grlica: F. Liszt - Hungarian Rhapsody N.13 in A minor
Roland Grlica: L. van Beethoven: Sonata op.31 N.3 in E flat major
Ana Dadić: F. Liszt - Concerto for piano and orchestra N.1 in E flat major
Paula Ropuš: B. Bersa - Melancolie op.76
Paula Ropuš: F. Chopin - Polonaise op.44 in F sharp minor
Gregor Dešman trio gud: M. Ravel - Trio, III. Passacaille: Très large
Gregor Dešman: F. Liszt - Etude "Harmonies du Soir"
Gregor Dešman: B. Bartok - Concerto for piano and orchestra N.3
Katja Činč: J. Brahms - Intermezzo op.118 N.2 in A major
Katja Činč: E.Grieg - Holberg Suite, Rigaudon
Katja Činč: E. Grieg - Holberg Suite, Sarabande
Katja Činč: E. Grieg - Holberg Suite, Prelude
Karlo Ivančić: S. V. Rachmaninov - Moment musicaux, op.16 no.3
Karlo Ivančić: J. Haydn - Sonata in E major Hob XVI:31, 1st Mov. Moderato
Karlo Ivančić: J. Haydn - Sonata in E major Hob XVI:31, 2nd Mov. Allegretto
Karlo Ivančić: J. Haydn - Sonata in E major Hob XVI:31, 3rt mov. Presto
Karlo Ivančić: A. N. Skriabin - Etude op.8 N.12 in D sharp minor
Vedran Janjanin: F. Chopin - Balada op.52 in F minor
Vedran Janjanin: F. Chopin - Mazurka op.17 N.4 in A minor
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Ruben Dalibaltayan and Julia Gubajdullina Date: Apr 05, 2015
Piano Duo Date: Dec 30, 2015
Amadeus trio Zagreb Date: May 26, 2015
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Amadeus trio Zagreb Date: Aug 11, 2013
Makarska summer school Date: May 31, 2015
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Shushi Date: Apr 05, 2015
Noravank Date: Apr 05, 2015
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Khor Virap Date: Apr 05, 2015
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Gandzasar Date: Apr 05, 2015
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