Cantus Ansambl

Cantus Ensemble Gala Concert at 31st Music Biennale Zagreb

The gala anniversary concert will be led by the ensemble’s director Ivan Josip Skender, and the soloists will be its long-time members – percussionist Marko Mihajlović and clarinetist Danijel Martinović. In addition to compositions by Dubravko Detoni, Antun Tomislav Šaban, Martin Matalon and Fausto Romitteli, the ensemble will also perform for the first time a composition by the young author Helena Skljarov on this concert.

The Cantus Ensemble part of the cultural program of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU

During its Presidency of the Council of the European Union, Croatia will be presented through a cultural program created by the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. 
The aim of cultural programs is to contextualize the Croatian culture, both past and contemporary, with the cultures of the states in which they are presented.
The Cantus Ensemble is honored to participate in the six-month program with two concerts.


The Cantus Ensemble selected for the "Croatian Musicians in Vienna" concert series

In May 2020, the Cantus Ensemble in partnership with the Arnold Schönberg Center will hold a concert as part of the “Croatian Musicians in Vienna” concert series that is organized by the Music Information Center for the 16th year in a row.

The program will include pieces by Arnold Schönberg and Anton Webern, as well as Croatian composers Stanko Horvat, Krešimir Šipuš and Sanda Majurec. The Ensemble will be accompanied by the soloists, mezzo-soprano Martina Gojčeta Silić and its permanent member, pianist Srebrenka Poljak.

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Concert cycle Cantus Ansambl is supported by City of Zagreb and international activities by Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.