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» Kristian Krekovic's portraits exhibited in Sweden upon the initative of Ljerka Galic
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published Yesterday | People , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
  Ljerka Galic of the Croatian Heritage Foundation (Hrvatska matica iseljenika), Zagreb,
» Max Emanuel Cencic distinguished countertenor recipent of the Diapason d'Or prize in France 2018
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/16/2018 | Music , Awards | Unrated
The French opera magazine Diapason has awarded the newly released CD Germanico in Germania (opera by Nicola Porpora) with their prestigious Diapason d'or in their March issue. The CD honored in this way has been performed by Max Emanuel Cencic (Germanico), Julia Lezhneva (Ersinda), Dilyara Idrisova (Rosmonda), Mary-Ellen Nesi (Arminio), Juan Sancho (Segeste), Hasnaa Bennani (Cecina), with Capella Cracoviensis (orchestra), Jan Tomasz Adamus (conductor). This prestigious award will be resumed in December 2018.
» Miro Gavran to be awarded with "Gold Merit Badge of the Republic of Austria" by president Van der Bellen
Alexander Van der Bellen, President of Austria made a decision to award Miro Gavran with "Gold Merit Badge of the Republic of Austria". It will be awarded on March 20th 2018. He received international "Dr. Alois Mock Europa-Preis" award for affirmation of European values in his literary works in December in Vienna. Prominent publisher from Vienna - "Seifert Verlag" published four of his novels in hardcover. Gavran has had nine theatre premieres in German in Austria and Germany so far and there is one more premiere coming up in Vienna in Septermber 2018.
» Franjo Krezma 19th ct Croatian violinist interpreted by Yoko Nishii and Kresimir Marmilic in March 2018
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/28/2018 | Music | Unrated
Franjo Krežma entered the Vienna Conservatory as nine-years-old boy, and was the youngest student of this Conservatory ever! He ended his student days at the age of 13. He began the spectacular concert career all over Europe. When he was sixteen, a concert audience in Rome, Prague, Venice, Geneva and Paris already adored him. The critics pointed to the beauty of his sound and a phenomenal interpretation, and one wrote: "Anatomy of the genius is futile work!" In Italy, he was honored to play on Paganini's violin, and at age 17, he became a concertmaster at the Berlin Royal Orchestra (today's Berlin Philharmonic). His compositions are performed by Krešimir Marmilić and Yoko Nishii, who issued a CD.
» Stjepan Hauser & Petrit Çeku with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra playing Tango en Skai
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/17/2018 | Music | Unrated
Stjepan Hauser of the 2Cellos and Petrit C‡eku performing Tango en Skai by Roland Dyens with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, Croatia, in October 2017. Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor, arrangement by Hauser and Filip Sljivac, filmed and edited by MedVid production. Ronald Dyens (1955-2016), distinguished French classical guitarist, died prematurely in 2016. Cello and guitar are a superb combination for this beautiful tango composition. Petrit Ceku, young and brilliant guitarist on the photo, educated at the Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb, is of Albanian origin from Kosovo.
» Jelko Yuresha Croatian ballet prodigy at the Royal Ballet in London since 1962
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/16/2018 | Music , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Jelko Yuresha was born in 1937 as Željko Jureša in Croatia's capital Zagreb. In 1958, Jelko Yuresha emigrated to England, later gaining United Kingdom citizenship. Yuresha made his professional debut as a first guest artist with the newly formed Irish Theatre Ballet in Dublin. He joined London Festival Ballet (today English National Ballet) in 1959. In 1959, Yuresha partnered with Belinda Wright at a Royal Command Performance before Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in Manchester. Jelko Yuresha and Belinda Wright married in 1961. In 2017, Mr. Jelko Yuresha has donated his valuable ballet collection to his native City of Zagreb.
» London piano recital by Stefan Warzycki in aid of the International Trust for Croatian Monuments 28 Feb 2018
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/10/2018 | Music , Culture And Arts , Charity | Unrated
The recital of distinguished pianist Stefan Warzycki is being given in aid of the International Trust for Croatian Monuments, which was founded in 1991 under the auspices of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (UK) in response to damage and destruction of monuments of culture in Croatia caused by war. It has supported the restoration of churches, cathedrals, museums, libraries and works of art. All of the music in this recital is for the left hand alone, composed by J.S. Bach (Brahms's superb arrangement), F. Bridge, D. Lipatti, M. Moszkowski, L. Godowski, P.Z. Novak). The concert will be held at Leighton House Museum, 12 Holland Park Road, London, W14 8LZ, on Wed 28 Feb 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
» Marijan Duzel distinguished Croatian pianist of younger generation
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/9/2018 | Music | Unrated
Marijan Đuzel (1990), extraordinarily talented young Croatian pianist, studied with Djordje Stanetti and Dubravka Tomšić, and currently studies at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel with Aleksandar Madžar. He gave recitals at many festivals such as Music at Eelswamp (Thailand), International Keyboard Institute & Festival (New York), Nei Suoni dei Luoghi (Italy), as well as Hvar Summer Festival, Zadar Concert Season, Rab Musical Evenings, Concerts in Euphrasian Basilica, Youth at Lisinski (Croatia) and others.
» Senoa House in Zagreb The Museum of August Senoa described by Lady Jadranka Beresford-Peirse
Lady Jadranka Beresford-Peirse, b. Njerš, of Croatian origin, lives in London, and is a founder of The International Trust for Croatian Monuments already in 1991. Since then, she has organized numerous humanitarian and cultural events and undertakings. Here we reproduce her very interesting article published in London by "The Bridge", a journal of Croatian community in England, which deals with The Šenoa House, which is a private museum in the city of Zagreb, directed by Mrs. Jasmina Reis. August Šenoa is significant Croatian writer from the 19th century, one of the trademarks of Croatian literature.
» MOHO discontinuity discovered by Andrija Mohorovic described in Japan by Kiyoo Wadati already in 1925
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/25/2018 | Science , Education | Unrated

The title of the 1925 article published by Kiyoo Wadati, distinguished Japanese seismologist, is "On Mohorovičić Wave appeared in Tazima-Earthquake", published in the Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan in No. 8, 1925. It is indeed a big surprise to see such an echo of Mohorovičić's pioneering work in seismology. As we can see, his name appears already in the title of the article. The MOHO discontinuity, the notion now in current use throughout the world, has been discovered in Zagreb by this great scientist in 1909.
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