C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Annual Report

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  • Please describe your organization’s activities over the past year, including concerts, commissions, collaborations, publications: 

    The Croatian Section of the ISCM is represented by the Croatian Composers' Society (Hrvatsko društvo skladatelja – HDS). It is the only professional musical association in Croatia responsible for more than 300 members (composers of all types and genres of music, musicologists and music writers). The HDS has several artistic, among the others, activities that correspond with the part of HDS’s membership focused on the contemporary classical, experimental and alternative music. In this list of important events and projects in 2016, several of them are of the most importance and should be underlined. Festival in Opatija is traditional gathering of members of the Croatian ISCM section. During the 4 days festival in 2016 more than 30 pieces were performed, with approx. 5 new performances. Very important part of the festival are organized discussions (on several subjects that are near to the musical sector or musical profession, such as musical criticism) or musical workshops (for children or students of music). Part of the ISCM Croatian section initiatives are special hommage concerts to important Croatian composers (in 2016 Ruben Radica, Stanko Horvat and Bogdan Gagić). The official ensemble of the ISCM Croatian Section is Cantus Ensemble. In 2016 Ensemble celebrated its 15 anniversary and it’s activity during the festive year are also best shown in numbers. Just in 2016 the ensemble performed 25 compositions on 10 different concerts, of which 16 of them where compositions of Croatian composers, 10 of them first performances. The Ensemble and it’s continuous contact and secure, professional and open-minded communication and interaction with the Croatian composers are enormous plus to the cultural scene in Croatia. The ISCM Croatian Section also published several editions (CD by Marko Ruždjak and Mladen Tarbuk).



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