18:30 – 21:00
MAK GRGIĆ – solo guitar concert
The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Copehangen has the pleasure to present:
MAK GRGIĆ – solo guitar concert.
J. S. Bach (1685-1750): Sonata No.1 for Violin Solo, BWV 1001 – Adagio & Presto
J. Rodrigo (1901-1999): Tres Piezas Espagnolas
M. Tadić (b. 1959): 5 Balkan Pieces – Rustemul, Jovka, Chicho, Macedonian Girl, Walk Dance
Igor Lunder (b. 1969) – Kapa za kitaro
The event is free of charge, however tickets need to be reserved via email: email@example.com
Mak Grgić, proclaimed “imaginative, gifted and expressive” by the New York Times, and “a guitarist to keep an eye on” by the Washington Post, Mak Grgic is emerging as a star on the worldwide stage. An expansive and adventurous repertoire attests to his versatility and wide-ranging interests: from the Baroque and Renaissance to music of the cinema; from ethnic music of his native Balkans to extreme avant-garde and microtonal music, Mak’s extraordinary talents and tastes as soloist, collaborator, and recording artist are fueled by his curiosity, imagination, and boundless energy.
As a concert artist, he averages eighty-five performances a year — nearly two bookings per week — as both soloist and collaborator. He is a founding member and active performer in two duos—the Flamenco-style “Duo Deloro” with Adam Del Monte, and the new music-focused “FretX Duo” with Daniel Lippel, guitarist of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE). As Young Artist in Residence with the Da Camera Society of Los Angeles, he founded “DC8,” an octet declared “an inspiring addition to the contemporary music landscape in Los Angeles” by the Los Angeles Times. Other ongoing collaborations include the JACK Quartet, Martin Chalifour (concertmaster, LA Philharmonic), cellists Jay Campbell and Joshua Roman, The Assad Brothers, and John Sant’Ambrogio (St. Louis Symphony).
For more information please visit http://www.makgrgic.com