Cantus Ansambl at the Croatian Musicians in Vienna concert series
The beginning of the new season of the Cantus Ensemble concert series
Youngest member of the ensemble plays the oldest piece in the 20 for 20 birthday project
Oboist Iva Ledenko presents her interpretation of the piece Dance by Božidar Kunc on Friday, August 6 at 8 pm on the YouTube channel of Croatian Composers' Society!
20 for 20 premiere No. 7 - music by MarkoRuždjak interpreted by Jasen Chelfi
Violoncellist Jasen Chelfi, one of the original members of the ensemble, performs Nighttime Converse by Marko Ruždjak. Monday, July 12, 8 pm, Croatian Composers' Society YouTube channel!
CA 20 za 20 #4 - flutist Ana Batinica presents a piece by Sanda Majurec
Ana brings her interpretation of Sanda Majurec's piece "Un soffio, un sospiro", and you can view it on June 2 at 8 pm, on the Croatian Composers' Society's YouTube channel.
CA 20 za 20: #3 - Danijel Martinović performs Two Reminiscences by Antun Tomislav Šaban
The next premiere in the Cantus Ensemble's 20 for 20 cycle is scheduled for Thursday, May 20 at 8pm! Clarinetist Danijel Martinović will perform Two Reminiscences by Antun Tomislav Šaban. You can follow his performance on the Croatian Composers' Society's YouTube channel.
Second premiere in Cantus Ensemble's celebratory cycle '20 for 20'
Cantus Ensemble's project '20 for 20' continues: harpist Mirjana Krišković, who has been a membar of the ensemble for the last 13 years, performs Melancholy Variations by Tomislav Uhlik. Follow the premiere on Wednesday, May 5, at 8 pm!
20 for 20 – members of the Cantus Ensemble present themselves as soloists for the ensemble’s 20th birthday
Commemorating the great 20 years of Cantus’ creative and exciting journey, we will have the opportunity to enjoy 20 pieces by Croatian composers in 20 outstanding solo performances by members of the Cantus Ensemble. First in line is violinist Martin Draušnik, who will perform a piece by Berislav Šipuš, ensemble's founder and conductor.
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.