Umjetnici

ALEN KOPUNOVIĆ LEGETIN, rođen 1974., osnovnu i srednju glazbenu naobrazbu stekao je u
Subotici (maturirao teoretski i klavirski odjel), a diplomirao 1997. na Muzičkoj akademiji u
Zagrebu, u razredu prof. Ljerke Očić.
Za vrijeme studija bio je stalni orguljaš crkve Dječačkoga sjemeništa na Šalati te orguljaš
Crkve sv. Marka na Gornjemu gradu. Tijekom studija nagrađen je Rektorovom nagradom
Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. Studijske godine 1998/99. usavršavao se na znamenitom Sveučilištu
Mozarteum u Salzburgu, u razredu prof. Elisabeth Ullmann, a 2004/05. na Papinskome
Institutu za crkvenu glazbu u Rimu kod maestra Valentina Miserachsa i kod maestra p. Thea
Fluryja. U Subotici mu je 1998. dodijeljena Antušova nagrada za promicanje kulture bačkih
Hrvata.
Od 1999. do 2016. djeluje kao orguljaš i zborovođa u Crkvi sv. Lovre u Požegi te kao
pontifikalni zborovođa i orguljaš u Katedrali te dirigent HKUD-a Vijenac Požega. Gostuje na
festivalima kao što su Zagrebački ljetni festival, Glazbene večeri u Sv. Donatu, Rapske večeri,
Varaždinske barokne večeri, Osorske glazbene večeri, Makarsko kulturno ljeto, Festival sv.
Marka, Ciklus koncerata Orgulje Hefferer.
Njegova solistička kompaktna ploča Portret Kraljice objavljena je 2011. u izdanju Croatia
Recordsa. Bio je član žirija županijskih i državnih natjecanja orguljaša. Godine 2010. uručena
mu je Godišnja nagrada grada Požege za doprinos glazbenoj kulturi, a 2013. povelja
Oratorijskoga društva crkve Svetoga Marka iz Zagreba, kojom je proglašen počasnim članom.

ALEN KOPUNOVIĆ LEGETIN was born in 1974. He completed his primary and secondary
music education in Subotica (music theory and piano department) and earned his master’s degree
from the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb, in the class of Professor Ljerka Očić in 1997.
During his studies, he was the permanent organist of the Interdiocesan Boys’ Seminary Church
on Šalata, one of Zagreb’s hills, and the organist of St Mark’s Church in Gornji grad, the old part
of Zagreb. As a student, he was awarded the University of Zagreb Rector’s Award. In the
academic year 1998/’99, he studied at the renowned Mozarteum University in Salzburg, in
Professor Elisabeth Ullman’s class, and in 2004/’05 at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in
Rome with Maestro Valentino Miserachs and Maestro Msgr Theo Flury. In Subotica, 1998, he
won the Antuš Award for the promotion of Bačka Croats’ cultural heritage.
From 1999 to 2016, he worked as the organist and choirmaster of St Lawrence’s Church in
Požega and as the pontifical choirmaster and organist of the Cathedral, as well as the conductor
of the Croatian Cultural Artistic Society (HKUD) Vijenac Požega. He has been a guest in
numerous festivals, such as the Zagreb Summer Festival, Musical Evenings at St Donatus’, Rab
Musical Evenings, Varaždin Baroque Evenings, Osor Musical Evenings, Makarska Cultural
Summer, St Mark’s Festival, Heferer Organs Concert Cycle.
His solo album Portret Kraljice was released by Croatia Records in 2011. He has been a jury
member of county and national organ competitions. In 2010, he won the Annual Award of the
City of Požega for his contribution to music culture. In 2013, he was awarded the Charter of the
Oratorio Society of St Mark’s Church, Zagreb, thus being appointed as an honorary member.

KATARINA JAVORA (Zagreb) je maturirala klavir u Glazbenoj školi Blagoje Bersa u Zagrebu u klasi
profesorice Renate Strojin Richter. Na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu je diplomirala orgulje u klasi
profesorice Ljerke Očić, dok je čembalo učila kod profesora Pavla Mašića, a diplomirala u klasi
profesorice Višnje Mažuran. Na Akademiji u Zagrebu je također završila i studij teorije glazbe.
Osvojila je nekoliko nagrada na natjecanju HDGPP, te nagradu fonda Janka Šanjek. Kao solist i u
komornim sastavima nastupala je na raznim festivalima u Hrvatskoj, BiH, Austriji, Češkoj, Italiji i
Francuskoj, kao i na na natjecanjima Ferdo Livadić, Petr Eben, mo. Vinko Lesić i tribini Darko Lukić.
Diplomski studij orgulja (koncertni smjer) je završila pri Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst 
u Beču u razredu profesora Pier Damiana Perettija, dok je čembalo učila kod profesora Emanuela
Schmelzera Ziringera.
Pohađala je seminare za interpretaciju orguljske i čembalističke literature u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu
(Theo Jellema, Martin Sander, Bernhard Klapprott, Nathan Laube, Hans Fagius, Lorenzo Ghielmi, Luigi
F. Tagliavini, Christoph Bossert, Aline Zylberajch, Jean Baptiste Robin i mnogi drugi).
Katarina je završila program usavršavanja u francuskom gradu Toulouseu gdje je studirala orgulje u
klasi prof. Michela Bouvarda i prof. Jana Willema Jansena, dok je čembalo učila u klasi prof. Yasuko
Bouvard.
Predaje glazbeno teorijske predmete u Glazbenoj školi Franjo Lučić, te je dugi niz godina orguljašica u
župnoj crkvi Sv. Male Terezije od Djeteta Isusa te crkvi Marije Pomoćnice u Zagrebu.

KATARINA JAVORA (Zagreb) graduated in piano from the Blagoje Bersa Music School in
Zagreb from the class of Professor Renata Strojin Richter. She earned her master's degree in
organ from the class of Professor Ljerka Očić from the Academy of Music in Zagreb, while she
studied harpsichord from Professor Pavao Mašić, and earned her master’s from Professor Višnja
Mažuran’s class. She also completed her studies in music theory from the Zagreb Academy.
She has won several awards in the Croatian Association of Music and Dance Teachers
Competition and the Janko Šanjek Fund Award. As a soloist and a member of chamber
ensembles, she has performed in various festivals in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria,

Czechia, Italy, and France, as well as in the competitions Ferdo Livadić, Petr Eben, mo. Vinko
Lesić and Darko Lukić Tribune.
She completed her master’s programme in organ (specialization: concert performance) from the
University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, from Professor Pier Damiano Peretti’s class,
while she studied harpsichord with Professor Emanuel Schmelzer Ziringer.
She has attended seminars for organ and harpsichord literature interpretation in Croatia and
abroad (Theo Jellema, Martin Sander, Bernhard Klapprott, Nathan Laube, Hans Fagius, Lorenzo
Ghielmi, Luigi F. Tagliavini, Christoph Bossert, Aline Zylberajch, Jean Baptiste Robin, and
many others).
Katarina completed her specialization programme in the French city of Toulouseu, where she
studied organ in the class of Professor Michel Bouvard and Professor Jan Willem Jansen, while
she studied harpsichord in Professor Yasuko Bouvard’s class.
She teaches music theory courses in the Franjo Lučić Music School and works as an organist in
the Parish Church of St Therese of the Child Jesus and Mary Help of Christians Church in
Zagreb.

Trubač DARIO TESKERA rođen je u Našicama. Diplomirao je trubu na Muzičkoj akademiji u
Zagrebu 1995. godine u klasi profesora Stanka Selaka. Za vrijeme i nakon završetka studija u
Zagrebu, usavršavao se pohađanjem privatnih poduka profesora Antona Grčara (Akademija
za glasbo, Ljubljana). Od 1996. godine započinje dvogodišnje usavršavanje na Trubačkoj
akademiji u Bremenu (Trompeten- AkademieWerder) gdje ima priliku učiti od vodećih
trubača solista i trubača orkestralnih glazbenika renomiranih orkestara (Los Angeles
Filharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Philharmoniker Hamburg i dr.). Kontinuirano se
usavršava na seminarima, u pedagoškom radu i području sviranje trube.
Od 1998. do 2018. godine djeluje kao trubač solist Simfonijskog orkestra HRT-a. Nastupa kao
solist uz pratnju eminentnih domaćih i stranih orkestara, na recitalima uz pratnju klavira ili
orgulja te kao član više ansambala komorne glazbe (ansambl Ad Gloriam, trio Vallis Aurea,
SimplyBrass kvintet, trio Fiat Lux i dr.). Od 1999. godine bavi se pedagoškim radom u svojstvu
nastavnika trube na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu.

The trumpeter DARIO TESKERA was born in Našice. He earned his master’s degree in
trumpet in Zagreb, 1995, from Professor Stanko Selak’s class. During and after his studies in

Zagreb, he also attended private lessons with Professor Anton Grčar (the Ljubljana Academy of
Music). In 1996, he begins his two-year studies at the Bremen Trumpet Academy (Trompeten-
AkademieWerder), where he has the opportunity to learn from leading trumpet soloists and
orchestral musicians from renowned orchestras (the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Montreal
Symphony Orchestra, Hamburg Philharmonic, etc.). He is continuously developing his skills
through seminars, pedagogical work and in the trumpet playing area.
From 1998 to 2018, he worked as the trumpet soloist of the HRT Symphony Orchestra. He has
performed as a soloist accompanied by eminent Croatian and foreign orchestras, in recitals with
the piano or organ accompaniment, and as a member of several chamber music ensembles (the
Ad Gloriam Ensemble, Vallis Aurea Trio, SimplyBrass Quintet, Fiat Lux Trio, etc.). Since 1999,
he has been engaged in pedagogical work, working as a trumpet teacher at the Zagreb Academy
of Music.

Bubnjar i udaraljkaš BORNA ŠERCAR rođen je 1972. u Zagrebu. Diplomirao je u klasi prof.
Igora Lešnika na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu i stekao zvanje diplomirani akademski
muzičar i profesor udaraljki.
Dobitnik je nagrade Status za najperspektivnijeg mladog glazbenika na području jazza (1999.)
i nagrade Status za najboljeg jazz bubnjara (2014.). Za diskografsku nagradu Porin nominiran
je 2008. godine u nekoliko kategorija, od kojih valja istaknuti kategoriju za najbolju jazz
kompoziciju.
Početkom 2009. osniva jazz kvintet Borna Šercar's Jazziana Croatica koji izvodi njegove
autorske kompozicije inspirirane hrvatskom klasičnom i etno glazbenom baštinom. S
Jazzianom Croaticom već je u prvoj godini postojanja imao zapažene nastupe po Hrvatskoj i
inozemstvu, album A Little Book Of Notes u izdanju Aquarius Records-a nagrađen je i
Porinom (2011.). Iste godine ansambl je dobio i nagradu Franjo Dugan za najbolji koncert
održan u Salonu Očić na kojem su praizveli kompoziciju Miljenka Prohaske posvećenu upravo
njima.
Od jeseni 2009. djeluje u ansamblu Orient Expresto pod vodstvom Mateja Meštrovića s kojim
je već nastupio u Samoboru, Zagrebu, Beču i Tokiju. U proljeće 2011. godine osniva i svoj trio
i izdaje svoj drugi nosač zvuka za Aquarius Records pod nazivom Event.
Porina ponovno dobija 2013. godine za skladbu Melancholy sa albuma Nehaj u izvedbi Borna
Šercar's Jazziana Croatica.
Borna je svestrani umjetnik. Surađuje s kazalištima kao kompozitor glazbe za predstave (HNK
Rijeka, HNK Split, ZKL , GK Žar-Ptica, Narodno pozorište Tuzla i dr.) i kao scenograf (HNK
Rijeka, HNK Split. i dr.). Bavi se slikanjem te je postavio nekoliko samostalnih izložbi u
Samoboru, Vukovaru, Virovitici, Vrbovcu, Zagrebu i dr. Također, dugi niz godina bavi se i
pisanjem poezije. Prvu zbirku pjesama i slika Glazbene vjetrenjače objavio je 2010. godine.

The drummer and percussionist BORNA ŠERCAR was born in 1972 in Zagreb. He completed
his master’s programme from Professor Igor Lešnik’s class at the Zagreb Academy of Music and
earned a Master of Music and Percussion.
He won the Status Award for the most promising young musician in the jazz area (1999) and for
the best jazz drummer (2014). In 2008, he received the Porin Music Award nomination in several
categories, most notably for the best jazz composition.
In early 2009, he starts a jazz quintet called Borna Šercar's Jazziana Croatica, which performs his
original compositions inspired by the Croatian classical and ethnic music heritage. In the first
year of Jazziana Croatica’s existence, he already had notable performances in Croatia and
abroad, while the album A Little Book of Notes, released by Aquarius Records, received the Porin
Music Award in 2011. In the same year, the ensemble also won the Franjo Dugan Award for the
best concert held in the Očić Salon, where they performed the first performance of Miljenko
Prohaska’s composition dedicated precisely to them.
Since fall 2009, he has been active in the Orient Expresto Ensemble led by Matej Meštrović,
with whom he already performed in Samobor, Zagreb, Vienna and Tokio. In spring 2011, he
starts his own trio and releases his second album for Aquarius Records named Event.
He won another Porin in 2013 for the composition “Melancholy” from the album Nehaj
performed by Borna Šercar’s Jazziana Croatica.
Borna is a versatile artist. He collaborates with theatres as a music composer for plays (the
Croatian National Theatre Rijeka and Split, the Zagreb Puppet Theatre, Žar-Ptica City Theatre,
Tuzla Public Theatre, etc.) and as a stage designer (the Croatian National Theatre Rijeka, Split,
etc.). He paints and he has held several solo exhibitions in Samobor, Vukovar, Virovitica,
Vrbovec, Zagreb, etc. Moreover, he has been writing poetry for a long time. His first collection
of poems and paintings named Glazbene vjetrenjače was published in 2010.

KLAPA LEGGERO djeluje od lipnja 2014. godine kao šesteročlani muški vokalni ansambl. Na
svojstven i unikatan način izvode mnoge glazbene žanrove, od autohtone dalmatinske i
klapske pjesme, preko domoljubnih napjeva, novokomponirane duhovne te klasične sakralne
glazbe, sve do popularnih melodija. U tom periodu bilježe nastupe na mnogim koncertima i
manifestacijama u Hrvatskoj, Bosni i Hercegovini te Austriji. Redovan su gost projekta
EthnoRemake. 2016. godine nastupaju i na Uskrsfestu sa pjesmom „Buđenje“, a spot
istoimene pjesme promoviraju 2019. godine. Klapa je izdala i dva nosača zvuka gdje na
svojstven način, temeljen na njihovim obradama, izvode pjesme duhovne glazbe ali i
poznatih melodija iz raznih krajeva lijepe naše.
Članovi klape su: Antonio Bogojević i Ivan Jelić – prvi/drugi tenor; Kristijan Ištvanić – drugi
tenor; Tomislav Fratrić – bariton; Marko Ivanov i Zvonimir Vidović – bas.

THE KLAPA GROUP LEGGERO has been active as a six-member male vocal ensemble
since June 2014. In a distinctive and unique manner, they have been performing various music
genres, including the autochthonous Dalmatian and klapa singing, patriotic music, contemporary
and classical sacred music, as well as popular tunes. Since then, they have performed in
numerous concerts and manifestations in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Austria. They
are a regular guest of the EthnoRemake project. In 2016, they performed the song “Buđenje” at
Uskrsfest, while the music video of the song was promoted in 2019. The klapa has released two
albums, which offer a unique interpretation of sacred songs, as well as the famous tunes from all
over the country.
Members: Antonio Bogojević and Ivan Jelić – tenor 1 / tenor 2; Kristijan Ištvanić – tenor 2;
Tomislav Fratrić – baritone; Marko Ivanov and Zvonimir Vidović – bass.

Na hrvatskoj i međunarodnoj glazbenoj sceni od 2013. godine djeluje profesionalni ansambl pod
nazivom PROJEKT LAZARUS, iza čijeg se neobičnog imena krije glavni cilj djelovanja ovoga ansambla –
revitalizacija hrvatske glazbene baštine. Projekt Lazarus osnovan je u okviru udruge Hrvatski glazbeni
centar, a idejni je začetnik i osnivač ansambla bas Robert Palić, član Opere Hrvatskog narodnog
kazališta u Zagrebu. Istraživanje, revitalizacija, promocija i prezentacija hrvatske glazbene baštine
primarni su ciljevi Projekta Lazarus koji se realiziraju kroz dva osnovna procesa; istraživanjem
nepoznate i neobrađene glazbene literature nastale u razdoblju od 16. do 18. stoljeća u suradnji sa
stručnjacima za navedeno razdoblje, modelirajući profesionalni ansambl neophodan za pripremu i
izvođenje glazbenog materijala. Ansambl Projekt Lazarus osobito je usmjeren na prezentiranje djela
koja u suvremenoj povijesti nisu ugledala svjetlo dana, ili se pak rijetko izvode, kao i onih za koja ne
postoje audio ili video zapisi. U nastojanju otimanja zaboravu vrijednih spomenika hrvatske glazbene
baštine, nepresušnom vrelu potvrde pripadnosti zapadnoeuropskom kulturnom i civilizacijskom
krugu, glazbenici Projekta Lazarus izvode djela skladatelja tzv. rane hrvatske glazbe, poput Ivana
Lukačića, Vinka Jelića i Ivana Šibenčanina, no posebno izdvajamo Damjana Nembrija, skladatelja
rođenog u Hvaru 1584. godine, čije je do ovoga trenutka jedino sačuvano djelo Brevis et facilis
psalmorum iz 1641. godine ansambl Projekt Lazarus izveo na koncertima u zemlji i inozemstvu, a
prigodno je u 2015. godini obilježena i 120. obljetnica rođenja utemeljitelja suvremene hrvatske
muzikologije dr. Dragana Plamenca, čije su posljednje istraživanje i studija bili upravo psalmi Damjana
Nembrija. Umjetnički voditelji ansambla su dirigenti Darijan Ivezić i Franjo Bilić, umjetnička suradnica,
pijanistica i producentica Martina Mičija Palić, a vanjski je suradnik ansambla uvaženi akademik,
muzikolog Ennio Stipčević.

The professional ensemble PROJEKT LAZARUS has been active both locally and
internationally since 2013. The ensemble’s unusual name reveals the main goal of its existence –
revitalization of the Croatian music heritage. Projekt Lazarus was formed within the Croatian
Music Centre Association and its initiator and creator is the bass Robert Palić, a member of the
Opera of the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb. Research, revitalization, promotion, and
presentation of the Croatian music heritage are the primary goals of Projekt Lazarus, which are
being realized via two main processes: the research of unknown and undocumented music
literature, created in the period from the 16 th to the 18 th century, in collaboration with the experts
in the said period and the performance of the music material. The ensemble Projekt Lazarus is
particularly focused on the presentation of works which have not seen the light of day in
contemporary history, or the rarely performed ones, as well as those for which there is no audio
or video recording. In an effort to save the invaluable Croatian music heritage from oblivion, the
heritage that presents an inexhaustible source of confirmation of belonging to the Western
European cultural and civilizational circle, the musicians of Projekt Lazarus have been
performing the works of composers of the so-called early Croatian music, such as Ivan Lukačić,
Vinko Jelić, and Ivan Šibenčanin. Particularly worth mentioning is Damjan Nembrij, a composer
born in Hvar in 1584, whose so far only preserved work Brevis et facilis psalmorum from 1641
the ensemble Projekt Lazarus performed in Croatia and abroad. The 120 th anniversary of the
founder of contemporary Croatian musicology Dragan Plamenac, PhD, was commemorated in
2015. His last research and study were precisely Damjan Nembrij’s psalms. The ensemble’s
artistic directors are conductors Darijan Ivezić and Franjo Bilić, artistic associate, pianist, and
producer is Martina Mičija Palić, and the independent contractor of the ensemble is the esteemed
academic, musicologist Ennio Stipčević.

ZRINKA POSAVEC, akademska glazbenica, pjevačica, vokalna pedagoginja, kantautorica, dirigentica,
producentica i pjesnikinja, rođena je 1981. u Đakovu. Na Umjetničkoj akademiji u Osijeku diplomirala
je glazbenu kulturu, a zatim se usmjerila isključivo na usavršavanje glasa, te diplomirala na Muzičkoj
akademiji u Zagrebu studij pjevanja u klasi profesorice Lidije Horvat – Dunjko. Nakon završetka
Muzičke akademije glas je usavršavala kod eminentnih vokalnih pedagoga i opernih umjetnika
Hrvatske i regije (Vitomir Marof, Martina Gojčeta i Olivera Miljaković).
U spoju tradicijske glazbe, kojom se počela baviti već od ranog djetinjstva i klasične glazbene
naobrazbe započela je solističku karijeru 2014. Njezini su koncerti etno glazbe Hrvatske i regije
prepoznati kao iznimno značajni glazbeni događaji. U njezinim se glazbenim recitalima isprepliće
klasičan stil pjevanja, jazz i zvuk Orijenta.
Zrinka Posavec bavi se, između ostalog, i etnomuzikologijom, zapisujući i obnavljajući tradicijsku
građu cijele Hrvatske. Surađuje je s nizom kulturno – umjetničkih društava u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu
kao i sa školama folklora i institucijama koje se bave tradicijskom kulturom. Također je 2007.
osnovala ženski vokalni ansambl Zwizde čiji su nastupi zapaženi i cijenjeni. Urednica je i producentica
glazbenog albuma Op, lonci lončići (Croatia Records, Zagreb, 2015.). Taj je album nominiran za
diskografsku nagradu Porin 2016. u kategoriji folklorne i etno glazbe.
Objavila je tri samostalna albuma: Pantomima – Sevdah & Panonika (MAST produkcija, 2016.),
Gradovi i sela (MAST produkcija, 2018.) i Pjesme o ljubavi i tijelu (Croatia Records, 2021.). Nominirana
je za diskografsku nagradu Porin 2017.
U rujnu 2020. praizveden je njezin koncert sakralne glazbe za glas i orgulje Zdravo, zvizdo morska
pisan na tekstove iz kantuala Filipa Vlahovića Kapušvarca iz 1736. u suradnji sa orguljašicom
Katarinom Javorom. Iste godine piše i glazbu za kazališnu predstavu Opera Ćelava pjevačica prema
motivima Ćelave pjevačice E. Ionesca izvedenoj u produkciji Dramske akademije u Zagrebu.
Djeluje kao vokalna pedagoginja, radeći kao nastavnica pjevanja u Umjetničkoj školi Franje Lučića u
Velikoj Gorici. Zrinka Posavec piše poeziju, dosad je objavila dvije knjige poezije: Soba za buđenje
(Matica Hrvatska Đakovo, 2015.) i Pjevaj, Molly (Hrvatsko društvo pisaca, Zagreb, 2020.).

ZRINKA POSAVEC, an academy-trained musician, vocalist, vocal teacher, singer-songwriter,
conductor, producer, and poet, was born in Đakovo in 1981. At the Academy of Arts and Culture
in Osijek, she completed her master’s in music education and later focused exclusively on voice.
She also earned her master’s degree in singing from Professor Lidija Horvat-Dunjko’s class at
the Zagreb Academy of Music. After graduation, she further studied voice with eminent Croatian
and regional vocal teachers and opera artists (Vitomir Marof, Martina Gojčeta and Olivera
Miljaković).
Combining traditional music, which she has been interested in since early childhood, and
classical music education, she begins her solo career in 2014. Her Croatian and regional ethno
music concerts are known as particularly notable music events. Her recitals merge classical
singing style, jazz, and the sound of the Orient.
Zrinka Posavec is, among other things, interested in ethnomusicology; she records and restores
Croatia’s music traditions. She collaborates with a number of cultural-artistic societies in Croatia
and abroad, as well as with schools of folklore and institutions working with traditional culture.
Moreover, in 2007, she started the female vocal ensemble Zwizde, whose performances are well-
respected and never go unnoticed. She is the editor and producer of the music album Op, lonci
lončići (Croatia Records, Zagreb, 2015.). The album was nominated for the Porin Music Award
in the folk and ethno music category in 2016.
She has released three solo albums: Pantomima – Sevdah & Panonika (MAST produkcija,
2016), Gradovi i sela (MAST produkcija, 2018) and Pjesme o ljubavi i tijelu (Croatia Records,
2021). She was nominated for a Porin in 2017.
In September 2020, her sacred music for voice and organ concert Zdravo, zvizdo morska, based
on the texts from Filip Vlahović Kapušvarec’s chant book from 1736, was first performed in
collaboration with the organist Katarina Javora. The same year, she also writes music for the
theatre play Opera Ćelava pjevačica, based on the motifs of E. Ionesco’s The Bald Prima
Donna, produced by the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb.
She is a voice teacher, working as a teacher of singing in the Franjo Lučić Art School in Velika
Gorica. Zrinka Posavec writes poetry and has so far published two books of poetry: Soba za
buđenje (Matica Hrvatska Đakovo, 2015) and Pjevaj, Molly (Hrvatsko društvo pisaca, Zagreb,
2020).

KREŠIMIR FABIJANIĆ rođen je u Zagrebu. Osnovno i srednje glazbeno obrazovanje stekao na
Glazbenoj školi Pavla Markovca u klasi prof. Živka Koceva. Diplomirao je trubu 1997. godine
na Akademiji za glasbo u Ljubljani u klasi prof. Stanka Arnolda. Usavršavao se na
majstorskim tečajevima interpretacije za trubu kod prof. Stanka Arnolda, prof. Ole Edwarda
Antonsena, prof. Edwarda Carrola, prof. Johna Wallacea i dr. Baroknu trubu usavršavao je
kod prof. Crispiana Steele-Perkinsa i prof. Michaela Lairda (London).
Dobitnik je I nagrade na Natjecanju učenika i studenata Hrvatske u Križevcima 1990. godine.
Kao solist nastupao je uz pratnju Zagrebačkih solista (HNK, Osijek 1997.), Zagrebačke
filharmonije (KDVL Zagreb, 1995.), Varaždinskog komornog orkestra (VBV, 1999.) i Hrvatskog
baroknog ansambla čiji je aktivni član od 2000. godine.
U suradnji s orguljašima Alenom Kopunovićem-Legetinom, Anđelkom Igrecom i Goranom
Vidnjević Fabijanić nastupao u domovini i inozemstvu. Snimao je za Hrvatski radio i televiziju.
Član je prvog hrvatskog mariachi sastava "Los Caballeros" sa kojim je održao veliki broj
koncerata širom Hrvatske i u inozemstvu , snimio 2 CD-a i sudjelovao na Encuentro
internacional del Mariachi y la Charreria u Guadalajari (Mexico) 2000. i 2002. godine.
Stalno zaposlen kao profesor trube na Glazbenoj školi Vatroslava Lisinskog u Zagrebu.

KREŠIMIR FABIJANIĆ was born in Zagreb. He completed his primary and secondary music
education from the Pavao Markovac Music School from Professor Živko Kocev’s class. He
earned his master's degree in trumpet in 1997 from the Ljubljana Academy of Music from
Professor Stanko Arnold’s class. He attended interpretation masterclasses for trumpet with
professors Stanko Arnold, Ole Edvard Antonsen, Edward Carrol, John Wallace, and others. He
learned the baroque trumpet from professors Crispian Steele-Perkins and Michael Laird
(London).
He won the award at the Croatian Pupil and Students Competition in Križevci in 1990. As a
soloist, he performed accompanied by the Zagreb Soloists (HNK Osijek, 1997), the Zagreb
Philharmonic (Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall Zagreb, 1995), Varaždin Chamber Orchestra (The
Varaždin Baroque Evening Festival, 1999), and Croatian Baroque Ensemble, whose active
member he has been since 2000.
In collaboration with the organists Alen Kopunović-Legetin, Anđelko Igrec and Goran Vidnjević
Fabijanić, he has performed in Croatia and abroad. He has recorded music for the Croatian radio
and television. He is a member of the first Croatian mariachi band Los Caballeros, with which he
held many a concert all over Croatia and abroad, he recorded two CDs and participated in
Encuentro internacional del Mariachi y la Charreria u Guadalajari (Mexico) in 2000 and 2002.
He is permanently employed as a trumpet professor at the Vatroslav Lisinski Music School in
Zagreb.

MARIO LONČAR rođen je 1989. godine u Koprivnici gdje završava osnovnu glazbenu školu u
u klasi prof. Tihomira Klaučeka, dok srednju glazbenu školu pohađa u Varaždinu, u klasi prof.
Darka Navoja. Na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu završio je studij trube u klasi doc. Marina
Zokića.
Više puta je sudjelovao na državnim natjecanjima HDGPP-a gdje osvaja 1. i 2. nagrade te
svira na završnom koncertu, a 2010. osvaja 1. nagradu na državnom natjecanju. Sudjelovao
je na međunarodnom natjecanju trubača u Ohridu gdje osvaja 1. nagradu, a 2012. godine
osvaja 1. nagradu na međunarodnom natjecanju Petar Konjović u Beogradu te sudjeluje u
finalu međunarodnog natjecanja u Ulmu.
Tijekom glazbenog obrazovanje pohađao je razne seminare i majstorske tečajeve kod
priznatih hrvatskih i svjetskih pedagoga (Stanko Arnold, Igor Coretti-Kuret ,Guillaume
Couloumy, Jon Faddis, Reinhold Friedrich, Uwe Köller, Anthony Plog, Laura Vukobratović i
drugi ). Dva puta nastupa kao solist sa Simfonijskim Puhačkim Orkestrom Oružanih Snaga RH,
te kao solist uz pratnju Zagrebačke filharmonije.
Tijekom studija radio je kao stalni vanjski suradnik u Simfonijskom orkestru HRT-a i
Zagrebačkom gradskom kazalištu Komedija. Od 2016. godine djeluje kao 1. trubač
Zagrebačke filharmonije. Aktivno djeluje u brass quintetu BC Brass i Ad Gloriam brass.

MARIO LONČAR was born in 1989 in Koprivnica, where he completed primary music
education from Professor Tihomir Klauček’s class. He completed his secondary music education
in Varaždin from Professor Darko Navoj’s class. At the Zagreb Academy of Music, he
completed his trumpet studies from the class of Assistant Professor Marin Zokić.
He participated in the Croatian Association of Music and Dance Teachers state competitions
several times, won first and second place, and played in the final concert. He also won first prize

in the state competition in 2010. He took part in the international competition for trumpeters in
Ohrid, where he won first place. In 2012, he won first prize in the International Competition
Petar Konjović in Belgrade and took part in the international competition finale in Ulm.
During his music studies, he attended various seminars and masterclasses with renowned
Croatian and world teachers (Stanko Arnold, Igor Coretti-Kuret, Guillaume Couloumy, Jon
Faddis, Reinhold Friedrich, Uwe Köller, Anthony Plog, Laura Vukobratović, etc.). He has
performed twice as a soloist with the Wind Symphony Orchestra of Croatian Armed Forces and
as a soloist accompanied by the Zagreb Philharmonic.
During his studies, he worked as a permanent independent contractor in the HRT Symphony
Orchestra and Zagreb City Theatre Komedija. Since 2016, he has been working as the first
trumpeter in the Zagreb Philharmonic. He is an active member of the brass quintet BC Brass and
Ad Gloriam Brass Ensemble.

MARCO GRAZIANI (Rijeka, 1988.) violinu je počeo učiti u dobi od sedam godina kod prof.
Krunoslava Peljhana u glazbenoj školi I. M. Ronjgova u Rijeci, a od 2000. godine i kod prof.
Leonida Sorokowa, u čijoj klasi je 2010. diplomirao na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu, stekavši
zvanje magistra muzike. Iste godine postaje i asistent na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu, gdje
od 2016. djeluje kao docent. Koncertni je majstor Zadarskog komornog orkestra od 2011., a
od 2012. do 2016. obnašao je funkciju koncertnog majstora orkestra Hrvatskog narodnog
kazališta u Zagrebu.
Od 1999. redovito pohađa mnoge ljetne i zimske seminare u Hrvatskoj, Austriji, Italiji i
Japanu, pod vodstvom profesora Dore Schwarzberg, Marine i Leonida Sorokowa, Alexandra
Vinnitzkoga, Pavela Vernikova, Pinchasa Zukermana, Viktora Tretyakova, Gerharda Schulza i
Zakhara Brona. Polazi ljetne seminare u Sieni, pri sveučilištu Accademia Chigiana, te,
zahvaljujući fondaciji Stauffer, mjesečne majstorske seminare koje održava poznati talijanski
violinist Salvatore Accardo u Cremoni.
Kao solist i član raznih komornih sastava nastupa na brojnim državnim i međunarodnim
natjecanjima gdje postiže zapažene rezultate. Višestruki je dobitnik prvih nagrada na
Hrvatskim natjecanjima učenika i studenata glazbe i plesa, natjecanju Zajčevi dani, Etide i
skale, europskom natjecanju Alfredo i Wanda Marcosig u Goriziji, natjecanju Grand Prix Lions
Cluba Rijeka i na natjecanju Istria Nobilissima, pri kojem je, osim prve nagrade, osvojio i
posebnu nagradu u obliku snimanja nosača zvuka u Trstu. Nosač zvuka je snimio uz pratnju
uglednog armenskog pijanista Rubena Dalibaltayana.
Laureat je velikih međunarodnih natjecanja u Lisabonu, Moskvi, Astani i Beču. Proglašen je
najuspješnijim mladim glazbenikom godine 2006. te je osvojio nagradu Zagrebačke
filharmonije i PBZ Carda. Dobitnik je i državne nagrade Stjepan Šulek za najbolju violinističku
izvedbu u 2005. i 2006. godini za izvedbu Prvog violinskog koncerta S. Prokofjeva. Godine
2007. primio je godišnju nagrade grada Rijeke za vrhunske koncertne, umjetničke i
natjecateljske uspjehe u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu. Dobitnik je nagrade Ivo Vuljević, za
sveukupno umjetničko djelovanje u 2014. godini.
Solistički, u komornim sastavima i s orkestrima uspješno se predstavio publici u Hrvatskoj,
Austriji, Sloveniji, Bosni i Hercegovini, Italiji, Nizozemskoj, Litvi, Njemačkoj, Portugalu,
Poljskoj, Japanu i Rusiji. Nastupio je kao solist sa Slovenskom filharmonijom, Festivalskim
simfonijskim orkestrom u Lisabonu, Kaunaškom filharmonijom, Vojvođanskim simfonijskim
orkestrom, Zagrebačkom filharmonijom, Simfonijskim orkestrom HRT-a, Orkestrom opere
HNK Ivana pl. Zajca u Rijeci, Orkestrom opere HNK u Splitu, Zagrebačkim solistima te s
Hrvatskim, Splitskim, Zadarskim i Varaždinskim komornim orkestrom.
Godine 2009. snimio je svoj drugi nosač zvuka u suradnji s violončelistom Stjepanom
Hauserom, na kojemu se nalaze djela Bacha, Kodalya, Sollime i Händela/Halvorsena. Godine
2011. osnovao je Hrvatski gudački kvartet s kojim je ostvario mnogobrojne zapažene
nastupe te pobijedio na natjecanju Tribina Darko Lukić u Zagrebu, 2014. Godine 2012.
osvojio je prvu nagradu na prvom izdanju Hrvatskog natjecanja mladih glazbenih umjetnika
Papandopulo. Dvije godine kasnije nagrađen je nagradom Judita za nastup na Splitskom ljetu,
za izvedbu Violinskog koncerta u D-duru P. I. Čajkovskog.

MARCO GRAZIANI (Rijeka, 1988) started learning the violin when he was seven years old
with Professor Krunoslav Pehljan in the I. M. Ronjgov Music School in Rijeka, and since 2000
with Professor Leonid Sorokow, from whose class he graduated at the Academy of Music,
University of Zagreb, earning the Master of Music degree. The same year, he started working as
an assistant at the Academy of Music in Zagreb, where he has been working as an assistant
professor since 2016. He was the concertmaster of the Zadar Chamber Orchestra since 2011, and

from 2012 to 2016, he was working as the orchestra concertmaster of the Croatian National
Theatre in Zagreb.
Since 1999, he has been regularly attending various summer and winter seminars in Croatia,
Austria, Italy, and Japan, under the guidance of professors Dora Schwarzberg, Marina and
Leonid Sorokow, Alexander Vinnitzki, Pavel Vernikov, Pinchas Zukerman, Viktor Tretyakov,
Gerhard Schulz and Zakhar Bron. He has been attending summer seminars in Siena, at the
University of Accademia Chigiana, and, thanks to the Stauffer Foundation, monthly
masterclasses held by the famous Italian violinist Salvatore Accardo in Cremona.
As a soloist and a member of various chamber ensembles, he has performed in numerous state
and international competitions, where he achieved notable results. He has won multiple first-
place awards at the Croatian competitions of pupils and students of music and dance, the Zajc
Days, Young virtuoso – Etudes and Scales, European competition Alfredo and Wanda Marcosig
in Gorizia, Grand Prix Lions Club Rijeka competition, and Istria Nobilissima, in which he won
not only first place but also a special prize – album recording in Trieste. The album was recorded
with the accompaniment by the Armenian pianist Ruben Dalibaltayan.
He is a laureate of major international competitions in Lisbon, Moscow, Astan and Vienna. He
was named the most successful young musician of 2006 and won the award of the Zagreb
Philharmonic Orchestra and PBZ Card. In 2005 and 2006, he won the state award Stjepan Šulek
for the best violin performance for the performance of S. Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 1. In
2007, he received the Annual Award of the City of Rijeka for the excellent concerts, artistic
success, and competition results in Croatia and abroad. He won the Ivo Vuljević Award for
artistic activities in 2014.
As a soloist, a member of chamber ensembles and orchestra, he has performed successfully in
Croatia, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Germany,
Portugal, Poland, Japan, and Russia. He has performed as a soloist with the Slovenian
Philharmonic, Festival Symphony Orchestra in Lisbon, Kaunas Philharmonic, Vojvodina
Symphony Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic, HRT Symphony Orchestra, Croatian National
Theatre (HNK) Ivan pl. Zajc Opera Orchestra in Rijeka, HNK Opera Orchestra in Split, Zagreb
Soloists, and Croatian, Split, Zadar, and Varaždin Chamber Orchestra.
In 2009, he recorded his second album in collaboration with cellist Stjepan Hauser, which
includes works of Bach, Kodaly, Sollima, and Händel/Halvorsen. In 2011, he started the
Croatian String Quartet with which he had numerous notable performances and received the
wining award in the Darko Lukić Forum competition in Zagreb in 2014. In 2012, he won first
place in the first edition of the Papandopulo Croatian Competition of Young Musicians. Two
years later, he received the Judita Award for his performance of P. I. Tchaikovsky’s The Violin
Concerto in D major in the Split Summer Festival.

OLIVIER PENIN (1981) klavir je počeo svirati s pet godina, a postao članom zbora Maîtrise de
Caen sa šest. Završivši svoje obrazovanje s Premier Prix diplomom, 2004. godine izabran je za
jednog od titularnih orguljaša bazilike svete Klotilde.
Danas je jedini titularni orguljaš i zadužen je za religioznu glazbu. Kao takav, piše i aranžira
djela te je započeo novu tradiciju održavanja mjesečnih orguljaški recitala subotom, kao i
godišnji majstorski seminar o majstorima Svete Klotilde i njihovim izvorima inspiracije, u
kojemu sudjeluju studenti iz cijelog svijeta.
2013. izdaje nosač zvuka Homage to the masters of St Clotilde za izdavačku kuću Festivo. Tisak
hvali njegove tehničke kvalitete, govoreći o „mjehurićima šampanjca“, „poeziji“, „čistom
francuskom duhu“, kao i o njegovu „prirodnom rubatu“, „ekspertnom sviranju“ i
„transparentnosti“ (časopis Choir and Organ, koji je albumu dao četiri zvjezdice).
U ožujku 2016. novi je nosač zvuka izdala kuća Bayard, a distribuirala Hamonia mundi. To je
„posveta Franku“, s trima koralima za orgulje, motetima za zbor i orgulje (s vokalnim
ansamblom Basilica) i dvama djelima Stéphana Delplaca.
Njegova je koncertna karijera obilježena eklekticizmom. Eklekticizmom, prvenstveno, u izboru
djela, među kojima se mogu naći Bachova djela, kao i romantičarska djela ili suvremene
kompozicije. Njegov je eklekticizam također vidljiv u izboru i raznovrsnosti skupina s kojima
surađuje. Orguljaš je zbora O'Trente (dirigent M. Korovitch), vokalnog ansambla Aedes (dirigent
Mathieu Romano) i vokalnog ansambla Basilica, mladog i profesionalnog zbora koji je osnovao
s Marcom Korovitchem za izvođenje glazbe za zbor i orgulje.
Aktivno nastupa i kao solist s raznim orkestrima izvodeći razna djela (Händelovi koncerti, Saint-
Saënsova Simfonija…) Na radiju je nastupao kao solist i s raznim formacijama. Ne zanemaruje
niti komornu glazbu; nastupa u manjim formacijama (duo, trio i osobito s harfom), za koje
također aranžira glazbu.
Redovan je gost na festivalima u raznim zemljama Europe (Francuska, Nizozemska, Njemačka,
Slovenija, Hrvatska, Belgija itd.), SAD-a, Meksiku, Japanu itd.
U sklopu njegovih aktivnosti njegovi se videi objavljuju na YouTubeu i sada prelaze milijun
pregleda.

OLIVIER PENIN (1981) began playing the piano at the age of five and joined the choir
Maîtrise de Caen at the age of six. Having completed his education and earning a Premier Prix, a
high honour Diploma of Musical Studies, he was appointed a co-titular organist at the tribune of
the Basilica of St Clotilde in 2004.
Today, he is the only titular organist and in charge of religious music. As such, he writes and
arranges works, and he has created a new tradition of monthly organ recitals on Saturday, as well
as a yearly masterclass on the masters of St Clotilde and their sources of inspiration, in which
students from all over the world participate.
In 2013, his CD Homage to the masters of St Clotilde was released on the Festivo label. The
press praised his technical qualities, talking about “champagne bubbles”, “poetry”, “pure French
spirit”, as well as his “natural rubato” and his “expert play” and “transparency” (Choir and
Organ magazine, which gave the album four stars).
In March 2016, a new CD was released by Bayard and distributed by Hamonia mundi. It is a
“tribute to Frank”, with the three chorales for organ, motets for choir and organ (with the vocal
ensemble Basilica) and two works of Stéphane Delplace.
His concert career is characterized by eclecticism. Eclecticism, firstly, in the choice of works,
amongst which one can find works by Bach, as well as romantic pieces or contemporary
compositions. His eclecticism is also apparent in the choice and variety of groups with which he
works. He is the organist of the choir O’Trente (conductor M. Korovitch), the vocal ensemble
Aedes (conductor Mathieu Romano), and the vocal ensemble Basilica, a young and professional
choir which he created with Marc Korovitch to perform music for choir and organ.
He is also active as a soloist with various orchestras performing various works (concertos of
Handel, Saint-Saëns Symphony…). On the radio, he performed alone and with various
formations. He does not neglect chamber music, as he plays in smaller formations (duo, trio and
in particular with harp), for which he also arranges works.
He is a regular guest of festivals in various countries of Europe (France, the Netherlands,
Germany, Slovenia, Croatia, Belgium, etc.), in the United States, Mexico, Japan, etc.
As part of his activities, videos of him are posted on YouTube and they now exceed a million
views.

Orgulje u crkvi sv. Klotilde

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