Projekt Lazarus at the 16th Ars Organi Sisciae

Published: 16.05.2022.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble performed on Sunday, May 15th, 2022, as part of the Ars Organi Sisciae festival in the church of St. Antun Padovanski in Hrvatska Kostajnica. With an educational concert program “Parnassia militia 400”, the ensemble marked the 400th anniversary of the first edition of the only fully preserved collection of spiritual concerts […]

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Easter concert of the Projekt Lazarus ensemble in Zagreb

Published: 19.04.2022.

In the church of St. John the Baptist at Nova Ves in Zagreb, an Easter concert performed by the Projekt Lazarus ensemble was held on Easter Monday, April 18th, 2022. In addition to famous Croatian Easter songs, the program also featured pearls of Croatian sacred early baroque music, so the audience could enjoy motets of […]

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Projekt Lazarus at the 31st festival Pasionska baština

Published: 14.03.2022.

At the 31st Pasionska baština festivities, the Projekt Lazarus ensemble presented the Parnassia militia 400 program, which also marked the 400th anniversary of the first edition of the eponymous collection of spiritual concerts by Croatian composer Vinko Jelić. The concert was held on Sunday, March 13, 2022, in the parish church of St. Ivan Nepomuk […]

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Discussion – The Projekt Lazarus revives a forgotten musical heritage

Published: 10.03.2022.

In the 731st issue of Vijenac of Matica hrvatska, you can read an interview with Robert Palić, founder and leader of the Projekt Lazarus ensemble, led by musicologist Tomislav Bužić. The topic of conversation is the activities of the Projekt Lazarus ensemble through aspects of revitalization, promotion and presentation of Croatian musical heritage within the […]

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Zagreb Advent Postcards – Vox Quartet at Zagreb’s Advent

Published: 29.12.2021.

The Croatian Music Center in cooperation with the Zagreb Tourist Board as part of the Advent in Zagreb event presented a music program called Zagreb Advent Postcards where the vocal quartet Vox performed famous Advent and Christmas songs of Croatian and world musical heritage. Through the concept of so-called pop-up concerts within the period from […]

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Projekt Lazarus in Munich

Published: 31.10.2021.

The ensemble Projekt Lazarus from Zagreb under the direction of Darijan Ivezić performed on Saturday, October 30th, 2021 in Munich, in the church of St. Paul, where within the CroBaroque program ensemble presented the most important Croatian composers of the first half of the 17th century – Ivan Lukačić, Damjan Nembri, Francesco Sponga Usper and […]

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Papandopulo 30

Published: 17.10.2021.

On Saturday, October 16th, 2021, on the very day when one of the most important Croatian composers – Boris Papandopulo 30 years ago left us, the program organized by the Croatian Music Center and the Parish of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Jordanovac was held, that included a lecture by Dr. Davor Merkaš on […]

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Trio Veniforas in Osijek

Published: 13.09.2021.

On Sunday, September 12th, 2021, in the church of the Glorious Name of Mary in Donji Grad, organized by the Branch of Matica hrvatska in Osijek, “Veniforas” trio from Zagreb held a concert. Daniela Perosa (soprano), Robert Palić (bass) and Franjo Bilić (organ and artistic direction) performed compositions by Tomaso Cecchini, Vinko Jelić and Ivan […]

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Projekt Lazarus in Bern (Switzerland)

Published: 30.08.2021.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble marked the 400th anniversary of the first printing of one of the most important monuments of the Croatian musical baroque, the collection of motets Sacrae Cantiones (1620) by Ivan Lukačić, with a concert performance in the Dreifaltigkeit church in Bern. With the overwhelming help of the Croatian Embassy in Bern, headed […]

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Projekt Lazarus in the Lux musicae cycle

Published: 16.07.2021.

As part of the sixth cycle of classical music Lux musicae, the ensemble Projekt Lazarus presented a program Cithara octochorda 320, which marked the 320th anniversary of the first edition of the most important collection of liturgical and sacral chants in Croatian and Latin, printed in 1701 in Vienna. The first concert performance was performed […]

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