Gordan Tudor is one of his generation's leading musicians, active as a soloist, composer and educator. Tudor performed all over Europe and North America in various chamber ensembles, as well as a soloist with many orchestras. As a performer, he premiered more then thirty compositions of Croatian and foreign authors, and as a composer experimented with various genres and combinations of instruments. Besides leading international saxophone class at the Arts Academy in Split, he is a member of the highly acclaimed Papandopulo Quartet and Trio GIG. Ivan Batoš (Split, 1979) is the artistic associate and pianist of the Wind Instruments Department of the Zagreb Music Academy. His career has been influenced by all his piano teachers equally: Ivana Oreb, Đuro Tikvica, Lovro Pogorelić and Arbo Valdma. Ivan Batoš’s personal musical profile is now additionally defined through collaborations and performances with chamber music artists such as Lidija Ljubičić, Gordan Tudor and Bruno Philipp, as well as by helping numerous students in their development and musical formation.
Gordan Tudor, saxophonehttp://www.gordantudor.com
Ivan Batoš, piano
Jul 12 201812:00
Gordan Tudor and Ivan Batoš
recitalMatthias Kranebitter (1980): Ringelreigen 18,4g CO2 for tenor saxophone and pianoFrano Đurović (1971): Black Sonata for alto saxophone and piano - Andante agitato, Largo assai, Allegro moderato (premiere performance)Dubravko Detoni (1937): Eppur si muove for alto saxophone and piano
ACADEMY OF MUSIC Svetislav Stančić Hall Trg Republike Hrvatske 12