Koncertna Hall Vatroslav Lisinski - Invaluable expirience - Zagreb


Friday, 6.3.2015. at 19:30
Zagreb Philharmonic: Red cycle

Friday, 6.3.2015. at 20:00
Chico Freeman Quartet

Saturday, 7.3.2015. at 19:30
Croatian Baroque Ensemble

Friday, 13.3.2015. at 19:30
Zagreb Philharmonic: Blue cycle

Saturday, 14.3.2015. at 19:00
G. Rossini: La Donna del Lago

Friday, 20.3.2015. at 19:30
Zagreb Philharmonic: Blue cycle

Saturday, 21.3.2015. at 19:30
Zagreb Philharmonic

Wednesday, 25.3.2015. at 20:00
Ayako Shirasaki Trio

Thursday, 26.3.2015. at 20:00
Alan Broadbent solo

Friday, 27.3.2015. at 20:00
Jimmy Stanić and Scharf Club Swing Quintet / New hopes of jazz “Marjan Marjanović”


Al Di Meola Plays Beatles & More at Lisinski, 21.5.2015.

A bona fide guitar hero and perennial poll-winner, Al Di Meola has been recognized internationally over the past four decades as virtuoso of the highest order.

Chico Freeman Quartet at Lisinski, 6.3.2015.
Chico Freeman, the multi-reedman, keyboard artist, composer and producer embodies the intent of jazz by finding new avenues of expression that embrace the heritage and tradition of the music. 
Croatian Baroque Ensemble at Lisinski, 7.3.2015.
The Croatian Baroque Ensemble was founded by prominent Croatian artists Saša Britvić and Mario Penzar. Today it is the most prominent Croatian ensemble specialising in historically authentic interpretations of instrumental and vocal-instrumental music from the baroque and similar periods, performed on original instruments and their quality replicas.
G. Rossini: La Donna del Lago
Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez join forces for this Rossini showcase of bel canto virtuosity, set in the medieval Scottish highlands. DiDonato is the “lady of the lake” of the title, and Flórez is the king who relentlessly pursues her, with their vocal fireworks embellishing the tragic plot. This Met premiere production is directed by Paul Curran and conducted by Michele Mariotti.
P. Mascagni/R. Leoncavallo: Cavalleria Rusticana/I Pagliacci
Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill returns in an evocative new production from Sir David McVicar (Giulio Cesare, Maria Stuarda, Il Trovatore), who sets the verismo action across two time periods but in the same Sicilian setting.
Ivo Pogorelich at Lisinski, 18.4.2015.
Pogorelić's performances have often been controversial. His interpretations were well received by a large number of concert audiences, but not by some critics. His early recording of Prokofiev's Sixth Sonata received high praise, including a Rosette award in the Penguin Guide to Classical Recordings.
Boris Papandopulo: Madame Buffault, 25.4.2015.
The socio-political climate in which he lived is visible through the duality of his compositional style. This duality is characterized by his use of both neoclassic and folk components, and derives from his studies of traditional Western European music as well as from his Croatian heritage.
Cameron Carpenter at Lisinski, 9.5.2015.
Cameron Carpenter is smashing the stereotypes of organists and organ music – all the while generating worldwide acclaim and controversy. His repertoire – from the complete works of J. S. Bach to film scores, his original works and hundreds of transcriptions and arrangements – is probably the most diverse of any organist. 
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra at Lisinski, 23.5.2015.
The Orchestra performs around 130 concerts a year. As well as the Birmingham season, this includes concerts regionally, nationally and internationally, where the CBSO acts as a proud ambassador for Birmingham.