Ana Vidović, guitar
L. van Beethoven: String Quartet in D major, Op. 18, No. 3
Andante con moto
A. Vivaldi: Concerto for guitar and strings in D major, RV 93
A. Vivaldi: Concerto for guitar and strings in C major, RV 425
M. Ruždjak: Classical Garden
M. Ravel: String Quartet in F major
Allegro moderato – tres doux
Assez vif – tres rythme
Vif et agite
On April 25, 1919, the Zagreb Quartet was established by a concert in the great hall of the Croatian State Music Institute.
The first musicians' four was comprised of the violinists Vaclav Huml and Milan Graf, violist Ladislav Miranov and violoncellist Umberto Fabri. In the course of ninety years of performing activities, some thirty musicians gave their contribution to the Zagreb Quartet, among them Stjepan Šulek, Josip Klima, Zlatko Balija, Đorđe Trkulja, Marija Cobenzl, Goran Bakrač, Ante Živković, Josip Stojanović, Goran Končar, Sergej Evseev Marin Maras and others. The present ensemble consists of Martin Krpan, the brothers Hrvoje and Davor Philips and Martin Jordan.
The Zagreb Quartet played more than 4,000 concerts on all continents, recorded more than 60 records for various world publishing and radio houses, i.e. like Sastruphon, RCA, Melodicom, Da Camera Magna, Croatia Records, ALM Records, etc.
In the multitude of domestic and foreign acknowledgements and awards, it is the Vladimir Nazor Award for Life Achievement awarded in the year 2009 that is particularly outstanding.
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