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Schubert and Brahms to be played in Rector's Palace tonight

Written by  Aug 28, 2017

As part of the International  Late Summer Music Festival Dubrovnik, pianist Ida Gamulin and cellist David Grigorian will perform in the atrium of the Rector's Palace. The beginning of the concert is at 9:30 pm, and the program will include works of Franz Schubert and Johannes Brahms.

This night shows a traditional cooperation of Dubrovnik Late Summer Music Festival summer and the Laus Academy of Dubrovnik which brings excellent musicians and pedagogues. Ida Gamulin, a Croatian pianist who has been performing for domestic and international concerts for thirty years, will perform at the concert tonight. In addition to numerous public performances, pedagogical activities, guest performances around the world, this pianist is recording for BBC, France Musique, CBS, Bayerischer Rundfunk, EMI-Mava, HRT, Cantus-HDS discography and uninterruptedly for Croatia Records. Invitations to foreign performances as well as continuous attendance at Croatian concerts show the success of Ida Gamulin in all European countries, Russia and the USA, in the most prestigious concert halls.

The pianist will be joined by David Grigorian, cellist with international career and renowned music educator whose classes were attended by many successful young musicians, who have won the highest prizes at numerous international competitions. He taught at music institutions in Novosibirsk, Gorkom and Moscow. Today he lives in Germany and teaches at the Hochschule des Saarlandes für Musik in Saarbrucken.

The program of the concert is Schubert's Sonata for piano in B major and Sonata for the Cello and Piano No. 2 in F major by Johannes Brahms.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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