Following the steps of Damjan Nembri – “Projekt Lazarus” in Venice

Published: 28.08.2017.

Ensemble „Projekt Lazarus“, through the project “Following the steps of Damjan Nembri“, in Venice, 26 august 2017, at VII international organ festival „Gaetano Callido“, at basilica S. Giorgio Maggiore has performed a concert „Brevis et facilis psalmorum“, named by the book of psalms and the only preserved work of Damjan Nembri, a Benedictine monk and Italian-Croatian […]

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The concert of “Projekt Lazarus” in Zagreb

Published: 27.04.2017.

On Sunday, 23 April 2017, at the church of St. Nikola Tavelić in Zagreb – Kustošija, „Projekt Lazarus“ held a concert titled “Brevis et facilis psalmorum”, in which the ensemble led by maestro Darijan Ivezić featured the works of Croatian composers from the first half of the 17th century. With the motets of Ivan Lukačić […]

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The concert “Papandopulo 110” marked anniversary of the birth of Boris Papandopulo

Published: 10.12.2016.

“Ogranak Matice hrvatske u Svetoj Nedelji” within the cycle of classical music “Po svetonedeljskim crkvama i kapelicama”, has solemnly celebrated fourth birthday with a special concert held in the Oratory of the church of Bl. Alojzije Stepinac. At the same time the concert has marked the hundred and tenth anniversary of the birth of one […]

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“Days of Šilobod in Sveta Nedelja”

Published: 04.11.2016.

Croatian Music Centre in collaboration with the “Ogranak Matice hrvatske u Svetoj Nedelji” launched an event called “Dani Šiloboda u Svetoj Nedelji”. In November 2016, through different events, book presentations, lectures and concerts, “Ogranak Matice hrvatske u Svetoj Nedelji” has presented the life and legacy of famous priest, scientist and polyhistor Mihael Šilobod Bolšić. At […]

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“Lux Musicae” – new classical music cycle in Zagreb County

Published: 15.10.2016.

The project “Lux Musicae” has presented to the audience of the Zagreb County two classical music programmes in the following cities: Vrbovec, Križ, Sveti Ivan Zelina and Ivanić Grad. Two concerts were performed by the “Projekt Lazarus” with the program, which included Croatian authors of the early Baroque; Ivan Lukačić, Ivan Šibenčanin, Vinko Jelić and […]

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