Friday, 29 May 2020

New Trinity Baroque to perform at the Bunic-Kaboga Summer Villa

By  Apr 30, 2019

One of the most prestigious American early music ensembles New Trinity Baroque will have a concert at Saturday, May 4th, at 8 pm in the Bunic-Kaboga Summer Villa as a result of cooperation of Caboga Stiftung, Dubrovacka bastina d.o.o. and Dubrovnik Summer Festival.

The ensemble brings together top international artists who play on historical instruments. They collaborated with renowned musicians such as Evelyn Tubb, Florian Deuter, John Holloway, Marion Vebruggen, Marijana Mijanovic and others and are often on tour, so they had performances in Great Britain, Sweden, and at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston (South Carolina, USA), Boston Early Music Festival, Varazdin Baroque Evenings, Korkyra Baroque Festival (Korcula), Early Music Festival in Belgrade, Gregorian Sastammal in Finland and others, and so far have released ten record labels.

Artistic conductor of the ensemble and cembaloist is Predrag Gosta who attended high school at the Zagreb Seminary Augustin Bea, graduated from Trinity College of Music in London, and graduated from Georgia State University, USA. In addition to the New Trinity Baroque, Gosta is the artistic director of the New Symphony Orchestra Makris, the Baroque Academy and the New Belgrade Opera and is the chief conductor of the Gwinnett Ballet Theater Orchestra from Atlanta (USA). As a guest, he has conducted the London Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Orchestra in Moscow, the National Philharmonic Orchestra in Washington and others. He released fifteen albums, including ten releases with New Trinity Baroque and two with the London Symphony Orchestra, and became the first Croatian conductor to direct this prestigious orchestra after Lovro von Matacic, the first ever to record with them.

The audience at this unique concert can expect top performance of baroque chamber music by composer Georgi Philipp Teleman, Dietrich Buxtehude and George Frideric Händel. Tickets are available at a price of 180 kuna, at the Festivals Palace (Od Sigurate 1), which is open on working days from 10am to 4pm, and on May 2nd will work extend from 10am to 6pm. The ticket also includes a bus that departs from Pile station at 7.30 pm on Saturday, stopping at the bus station on Vukovar Street.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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