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28th Music Biennale Zagreb




Due Date: 
18/04/2015 to 25/04/2015


28th Music Biennale Zagreb 2015/04/18-04/25 In just eight days, the 28th MBZ offers 40 concerts, performances and installations of all shapes and sizes in ten formal performance venues, but we will also flood the streets of Zagreb with street performances with around 700 performers in total. Three symphony orchestras and 11 chamber ensembles are participating. We are preparing four contemporary dance shows and a world premiere of a long lost, but recently discovered opera by the great Croatian composer Boris Papandopulo. Out of some 150 compositions on the program, 20 of them were commissioned especially for this occasion and will be premiered at the festival. Special honours go to five featured artists in focus of the 28th MBZ, which have already been honoured, medalled and awarded worldwide. They are: Kaija Saariaho, Michel van der Aa, George Benjamin, Thomas Adès and Bruno Mantovani. Their compositions will ring through many concert programs of different ensembles, from solo recitals to chamber and orchestra concerts during the festival, but mostly on Thursday, 23rd April. Read more...



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