Long term artistic director of the Music Biennale Zagreb Krešimir Seletković resigned from the position of the artistic director for the festival 2019 and artistic leadership committee.
Dear audience, the last performance ot the undercut opera TE is sold out!
We have reached the final program of this year's Music Biennale. And at the very end – we go underground. In the Grič Tunnel you will experience the joining of the worlds: TE – undercut opera opens up a new world, built on the idea of isolation.
After last night’s concert at the Zagreb Youth Theater, where their inventive approach to percussion repertoire thrilled the audience, Les Percussions de Strasbourg moves to the Zagreb Puppet Theater today, where they will embark on conquering a new audience. The announced concert for children and youth is a mix of music for electronics and percussion.
Jučer je na Prvom programu Hrvatskoj radija u ciklusu Oda-birano uz aktualni 29. Muzički biennale Zagreb donešen i glazbeno-dokumentarni kolaž "Zagreb - grad suvremene glazbe" u kojem se slučuju zvukovi Zagreba i odzivi arhivskih snimki iz povijesti biennalskih događanja.
The fifth day of the 29th MBZ begins at the Music Academy with a symposium on present day choral music. The participants include composers and conductors from various countries who are taking part in this year's festival.
U posebnome izdanju emisije Svijeta glazbe gosti će biti biennalovi sudionici i organizatori! Emisija će se emitirati iz Dvorane Stančić na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu od 11 do 13 sati.
Another evening in a row, a large audience at the ZKM had an opportunity to listen to one of the best contemporary ensembles, the Ensemble Modern. Croatian composer Tibor Szirovicza was extremely happy with the performance of his work, and this experience will certainly spur his future creative works. Enthusiastic audience filled the Blagoje Bersa Hall for a jazz concert organized in collaboration with the jazz.hr cycle
Last night, a large audience attended the guest performance of the magnificent Ensemble Intercontemporain at the Zagreb Youth Theater. The composer Berislav Šipuš, the only Croatian composer on the repertoire of the French virtuosos, was also happy with the performance of his new work.