Projekt Lazarus at the 49th Varaždin Baroque Evenings

Published: 29.09.2019.

On Thursday, September 26th, 2019, the Projekt Lazarus performed a masterpiece “Stabat Mater” by Domenico Scarlatti in front of the Varaždin audience in the well-visited Ursuline church and for the first time in Varaždin a four-voices motets from the “Clio sacra” collection of psalms composed by the Italian Franciscan Bonaventura Beretta, who lived and worked […]

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Projekt Lazarus ensemble at Festival Seviqc in Brežice

Published: 27.08.2019.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble gave a concert on August 24th, 2019 at the international Festival Seviqc in Brežice. In the unique ambience of the Knights’ Hall of the castle in Brežice, in front of more than a hundred listeners, the Projekt Lazarus ensemble presented two different but remarkable Baroque composers – Bonaventura Beretta and Domenico Scarlatti. Bonaventura […]

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Projekt Lazarus at 59th Musical Evenings in St. Donat – Zadar

Published: 18.07.2019.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble has presented to the Zadar audience at the 59th Musical evenings in St. Donat two great composers; Damian Nembri and Domenico Scarlatti. Of particular significance to the City of Zadar was the first contemporary performance of Damian Nembri’s collection of psalms “Brevis et facilis psalmorum” (1641), who was a resident of […]

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Projekt Lazarus recording for the Croatian Radiotelevision

Published: 06.06.2019.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble has recorded works by baroque Croatian composers, among which we highlight the psalms of composer Damjan Nembri, for the needs of Croatian Radiotelevision. The set took place on June 4th and 5th, 2019, in the beautiful church of the Immaculate Heart of Virgin Mary at Jordanovac.

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Easter concert – ensemble Projekt Lazarus

Published: 25.04.2019.

The ensemble Projekt Lazarus Easter concert program, which was held at the church of St. Mary on Dolac in Zagreb on 22nd April 2019 was presented in two parts. In the first part of the concert, the ensemble performed four-voices motets from the „Clio sacra“ – Davidicos psalmos vespertinis horis adscriptos musicis decantans (a collection of […]

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Lent concert in Zagreb – ensemble Projekt Lazarus

Published: 20.04.2019.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble held on April 14th, 2019 in the church of St. Mary on Dolac a Lent concert featuring works of two outstanding composers: Damjan Nembri from Island of Hvar and Domenico Scarlatti from Naples. Nembri’s “Brevis et facilis psalmorum” is one of the most important monuments of the Croatian early Baroque music, […]

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Maestro Darijan Ivezić – “Mentor of the master singers”, Jutarnji list

Published: 19.04.2019.

In today’s edition of Jutarnji list, read the interview with the artistic director of the Projekt Lazarus, maestro Darijan Ivezić!

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Advent concert in Sveta Nedelja – Višeslav Jaklin and the ensemble Projekt Lazarus

Published: 14.12.2018.

  It was a great pleasure hosting Višeslav Jaklin, a Varaždin cathedral organist, one of the most prominent Croatian artists of the younger generation to the 5th season of the classical music cycle “Po svetonedeljskim crkvama i kapelicama”, as a guest of “Projekt Lazarus” ensemble. Jaklin chose an occasional and yet demanding solo organ program that […]

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The Lux musicae cycle – Projekt Lazarus in Ivanić Grad

Published: 05.11.2018.

The „Projekt Lazarus” ensemble held a concert as a part of the 3rd cycle of classical music concerts named „Lux musicae”, on 4th of November 2018 at remarkable church of St. Peter the Apostle in Ivanić Grad, presenting two great Croatian early baroque composers; Ivan Lukačić and Vinko Jelić. The main part of the program were […]

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The 3rd Lux musicae concert cycle – Projekt Lazarus in Krašić

Published: 01.10.2018.

The Projekt Lazarus ensemble held on September 30th, 2018 in the 3rd cycle of classical music named Lux musicae a concert performed at beautiful church of the Holy Trinity in Krašić, presenting two great Croatian early baroque composers – Ivan Lukačić and Vinko Jelić. The dominant part of the program were the motets from the Sacrae cantiones collection, […]

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