ZORAN DUKIĆ

Zoran Dukic Vojvodina Guitar Fest Novi Sad SerbiaZoran Dukić (Zagreb, 1969.) počeo je da uči gitaru sa šest godina; diplomirao je na Muzičkoj akademiji u Zagrebu, u klasi Darka Petrin-jaka, a usavršavao se kod Huberta Käppela na Visokoj muzičkoj školi u Kelnu. Od godine 1990. do 1997. osvojio je niz važnih nagrada u svetu; jedini je gitarista koji je pobedio na oba međunarodnim takmičenjima Andrés Segovia (u Granadi i u Palma de Majorci), a bio je i pobednik takmičenja Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, Manuel de Falla i Francisco Tárrega. Na najvećem španskom gitarističkom takmičenju u Madridu, održanom pod pokroviteljstvom kraljevske porodice, osvojio prvu kao i posebnu nagradu za interpretaciju španske muzike. Osim toga, na mnogim je takmičenjima osvojio i nagradu publike. Nastupao je (solistički i uz orkestarsku pratnju) na svim kontinentima; posebnu pažnju posvećuje savremenoj muzici pa se na njegovim koncertima često nalaze dela Takemitsua, Henzea, Reilyja, Cartera i Gubajduline, a mnogi su mu kompozitori i posvetili svoja dela. Neretko održava turneje na kojima izvodi celovečernje programe sa Bachovom muzikom; takođe neguje posebnu sklonost za španski, odnosno južnoamerički muzički idiom, od Sora do Albéniza te od Tárrege do Villa-Lobosa. Snimao je za diskografske kuće u Nemačkoj, Španiji, Belgiji i Kanadi. Kao vrstan pedagog odgojio je naraštaje klasicnih gitarista na Kraljevskom konzer-vatorijumu u Hagu i na Visokoj muzičkoj školi u Barseloni.

 

Zoran Dukić (Zagreb, 1969.) Began to study guitar at age six, gradu-ated from the Music Academy in Zagreb in the class Darko Petrinjak, and further studies with Hubert Käppel at the High School of Music in Cologne. Between 1990. and 1997. year, he has won many important awards in the world, the only guitarist to win both international competi-tions Andrés Segovia (in Granada and in Palma de Mallorca), and was the winner of the Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, Manuel de Falla and Francisco Tárrega.At the largest Spanish guitar competition in Madrid, held under the auspices of the royal family, won first and special prize for interpretation of Spanish music. In addition, in many competitions he also won the audience award. He performed (solo and with orchestra) on all continents, gives special attention to contemporary music and on his concerts are often piceses of Takemitsu, Henze, Reily, Carter and Gubaidulina, and many composers dedicated him their works. Often keeps the tour on which play concerts with Bach’s music, also cherishes a special affinity for Spanish and South American musical idiom, from Sor to Albéniz and from Tárrega to Villa-Lobos. He has recorded for la-bels in Germany, Spain, Belgium and Canada. A renowned pedagogue, he has brought up generations of classical guitar at the Royal Conser-vatory in The Hague and at the High School of Music in Barcelona.

 

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