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Mak Grigc, Slovenia & Trip Trip Trip, Columbia at Utzon Center

Utzon Center

torsdag den 28. marts 2019, kl. 19:30

Klassisk møder sydamerikansk musik på festiligste vis. 



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Forsalg standart billet: kr. 110, ved indgang: kr. 150,-
Forsalg børn og unge under 16 år: 70 kr, Ved indgang: 100,-

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MAK GRGIC, SLOVENIA
"En fantastisk, fin detaljeret fremførelse, der viste, at Grgic er en guitarist det er vigtigt at holde øje med."
WASHINGTON POST

Fremkaldt som en "begavet ung guitarist" af New York Times, og "en guitarist for at holde øje med" af Washington Post, kommer Mak Grgic frem som en stjerne på verdensplan. Et ekspansivt og eventyrligt repertoire vidner om sin alsidighed og vidtrækkende interesser: fra barok og renæssance til biografens musik; fra den etniske musik fra hans indfødte Balkan til ekstrem avantgarde og mikrotonal musik, er Mr. Grgics ekstraordinære talenter og smag som solist, samarbejdspartner og optagelseskunstner drevet af hans nysgerrighed, fantasi og grænseløs energi.
Som koncertkunstner er han i gennemsnit femogtyve forestillinger om året - næsten to bookinger om ugen - som både solist og samarbejdspartner. Han er grundlægger og aktiv performer i to duo-flamenco-stil "Duo Deloro" med Adam Del Monte og den nye musikfokuserede "FretX Duo" med Daniel Lippel, guitarist fra International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE). Som ung kunstner i bopæl med Da Camera Society i Los Angeles grundlag han "DC8", en oktet erklæret "en inspirerende tilføjelse til det moderne musiklandskab i Los Angeles" af Los Angeles Times. Andre løbende samarbejder omfatter JACK Quartet, Martin Chalifour (koncertmester, LA Philharmonic), cellister Jay Campbell og Joshua Roman, The Assad Brothers og John Sant'Ambrogio (St. Louis Symphony).

I 2009 i en alder af 22, lavede Mak Grgic sin debut i Rusland og udførte Rodrigo Concerto de Aranjuez med St. Petersborgs symfoniorkester under Vladimir Lande. Det følgende forår, under tour i USA som medlem af Zagreb Guitar Quartet, spillede han med Christopher McGuire, guitarist og kunstnerisk direktør for den populære Allegro Guitar Series i Austin, Texas. Den sommer udførte han på Lancaster Festival i Ohio han Rodrigo's Fantasia para un Gentilhombre med Festival Orchestra under Gary Sheldon, samt Boccherini's berømte Introduction et Fandango med Festival String Quartet.
En måneds lang tur tog for nylig ham til Kina, Japan og Balkan. Andre engagementer omfatter forestillinger og boliger på flere steder i Portugal; i Castilla-Leon / Spanien, ved Teatro Cervantes de Bejar; Sarajevo Music Academy; på flere steder i Slovenien Paris Guitar Foundation; Zürich Kunsthøjskole og Hong Kong International Guitar Festival.
I Nordamerika har han udført på Austin Classical Guitar (i betragtning med Martin Chalifour); Udover Microtonal Music Festival / Pittsburgh, Dallas Opera (med kammerorkester) i forestillinger af Peter Maxwell Davies's The Lighthouse; Dumbarton Concerts / Washington, D.C .; Kitchener / Ontario; Lancaster Music Festival / Pennsylvania; National Gallery of Art; NAMM Show / California; Strathmore Hall / Maryland; New York Classical Guitar Society; Triangle Guitar Society / North Carolina; og mange andre spillesteder og guitarforeninger over hele kloden.
Også en aktiv iværksætter og lærer, Mr. Grgic er direktør for EuroStrings, et konsortium af sytten guitarfestivaler i Europa; såvel som den europæiske guitar festival collaborative; Zabreb Guitar Festival; Roots & Notes Interactive Music Festival i Kroatien; og Music @ Rush Hour / Los Angeles. Han fungerer også som direktør for Elemental Guitar i Santa Monica, et spændende program for ungdom, samt en adjungeret fakultet medlem ved Mount St. Mary's University i Los Angeles.
En entusiastisk optagelseskunstner, Mak Grgics albums, indfanger en sonderende og kontinuerlig udforskning af guitarverdenen og alle dets muligheder. Hans seneste optagelser, "Balkanisms" til Naxos Music og "MAKrotonal" til MicroFest Records, udforske et stort repertoire, der spænder over etnisk musik, mikrotonal, ny musik og tidlig musik på genrejrede instrumenter, som f.eks. En "zigzag-fret Bach prototype guitar "Der fanger temperamenterne i barokperioden. Andre igangværende album er en hyldest til Ligeti spotlighting gamelan-inspirerede guitar arrangementer.

En entusiastisk optagelseskunstner, Mak Grgics albums, indfanger en sonderende og kontinuerlig udforskning af guitarverdenen og alle dets muligheder. Hans seneste optagelser, "Balkanisms" til Naxos Music og "MAKrotonal" til MicroFest Records, udforske et stort repertoire, der spænder over etnisk musik, mikrotonal, ny musik og tidlig musik på genrejrede instrumenter, som f.eks. En "zigzag-fret Bach prototype guitar "Der fanger temperamenterne i barokperioden. Andre igangværende album er en hyldest til Ligeti spotlighting gamelan-inspirerede guitar arrangementer.
Født i Ljubljana, Slovenien, i 1987 studerede Mr. Grgic guitar i Zagreb med den ærede Ante Cagalj på Elly Basic Music Academy. Ved en alder af 14 afbalancerede han sin verdensmesterstatus i karate med sin kærlighed til guitaren. Gennem sine gymnasier samarbejdede han i Ljubljana og Zagreb og splittede sine uger mellem de to byer og konkurrerede i professionelle kampsportkonkurrencer over hele Europa og Asien. Efter en skade på hans venstre tommelfinger besluttede han at fokusere udelukkende på en karriere i musik og fortsatte med at færdiggøre en bachelorgrad med Alvaro Pierri ved universitetet for musik og scenekunst i Wien.
Makgrgic var en af ​​de første studerende til at ansøge om USC Thorntons nye kandidatuddannelsesprogram, som han indgik i hans ph.d.-studier i guitar. Han har været studerende på William Kanengiser og Scott Tennant fra Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, udover Brian Head, kunstnerisk leder af Guitar Foundation of America. I efteråret 2017 startede han Artist Diploma programmet ved USC, den første guitarist i universitetets historie for at blive optaget til dette elite program.
Mr. Grgic spiller stolt og støtter en række fantastiske koncertgitarer lavet af forskellige håndværkere, herunder tysk Antonius Muller, den kinesiske mester luthier Hanson Yao, Bosnian Slavko Mrdalj, Slovenske Samo Sali, samt en historisk 1966 Jose Ramirez, alt dette i Tilsætning til andre quirky re-fretted og remodeled guitarer.
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TRIP, TRIP, TRIP - Colombia.
Trip Trip Trips kammermusik er opladet med tango, flamenco, cumbia, jazz og rock riller. Trækstyrken i trioens optagelser og live forestillinger er båret af deres evne til at melde individuelle stilarter ind i en enkelt, udelelig legering. Kun højtuddannede kammergrupper gør dette og Trip Trip Trip placeret på tværs af latinske og sydamerikanske musiktraditioner - tæller blandt de få. Klassisk næste 2017 Guitar Trio Trip Trip Trip tog alle, der var på Lucy Tejada auditorium på en tur på tværs af musikalsk notater af en melodi uden grænser, som ikke kun er nedsænket i tradition og spontanitet, men også i den legende, kreative og tankevækkende holdning af trioen , værktøjer, som de plejede at skabe en musikalsk forbindelse med publikum gennem en times tid. Oversat fra: Diario el Otún.2012
"Min logik er lidt grå, lidt om natten. Det er en logik med tag, regn, en tom øl kan rejse tur tur, hvad en alvorlig ting og en lille ensomhed og whisky. "
Alsidigheden af ​​deres lyd som en trio og de forskellige musikalske baggrunde af sine tre medlemmer har gjort Trip Trip Trip opmærksom på flere Colombianske samtidskomponister, som har skrevet et antal stykker specielt til dem. Ikke underligt deres koncerter og deres tredje album, Como quien oye llover (distribueret af Naxos på https://naxosdirect.com/items/as-one-who-listens-to-the-rain-412602 og Willlowhayne Records) præsenterer en bred valg af lyde, der spænder fra den drømmende atmosfære af Alejandro Zuluaga's stykker ("Pájaros" og "Amanece") til fremkaldelsen af ​​colombiansk traditionel musik til stede i Andres Sampers oeuvre; passerer den mystiske, men kraftigt rytmiske natur af Damian Ponce's musik og afsluttes med de endeløse overraskelser fra kompositionerne Cesar Quevedo og Camilo Giraldo, som også er medlemmer, kunstnere og arrangører på Trip Trip Trip. Deres diskografi omfatter også to albums udgivet i 2012 (tur, tur, tur) og 2014 (... que cosa tan seria), har rejst interesse for forskellige offentlige institutioner afsat til kultur. Disse institutioner - som omfatter Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá, Banco de la República, Teatro Nacional og Biblored - har tildelt trioen i 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 og 2016 med koncerter og deltagelse i den 7. Guitarweek, organiseret af Banco de la República, hvor de spillede i syv colombianske byer og deler arrangementet med festivalen med det europæiske guitarkvartet, Judicael Perroy & Marc Ribot.

English version:
MAK GRGIC, SLOVENIA
Touted as a “gifted young guitarist” by the New York Times, and “a guitarist to keep an eye on” by the Washington Post, Mak Grgic is emerging as a star on the worldwide stage. An expansive and adventurous repertoire attests to his versatility and wide-ranging interests: from the Baroque and Renaissance to music of the cinema; from ethnic music of his native Balkans to extreme avantgarde and microtonal music, Mr. Grgic’s extraordinary talents and tastes as soloist, collaborator, and recording artist are fueled by his curiosity, imagination, and boundless energy.
As a concert artist, he averages eighty-five performances a year — nearly two bookings per week — as both soloist and collaborator. He is a founding member and active performer in two duos— the Flamenco-style “Duo Deloro” with Adam Del Monte, and the new music-focused “FretX Duo” with Daniel Lippel, guitarist of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE). As Young Artist in Residence with the Da Camera Society of Los Angeles, he founded “DC8,” an octet declared “an inspiring addition to the contemporary music landscape in Los Angeles” by the Los Angeles Times. Other ongoing collaborations include the JACK Quartet, Martin Chalifour (concertmaster, LA Philharmonic), cellists Jay Campbell and Joshua Roman, The Assad Brothers, and John Sant’Ambrogio (St. Louis Symphony).
In 2009 at the age of 22, Mak Grgic made his debut in Russia, performing the Rodrigo Concerto de Aranjuez with the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra under Vladimir Lande. The following spring, while on tour in the U.S. as a member of the Zagreb Guitar Quartet, he performed with Christopher McGuire, guitarist and artistic director of the popular Allegro Guitar Series in Austin, Texas. That summer, at the Lancaster Festival in Ohio, he performed Rodrigo’s Fantasia para un Gentilhombre with the Festival Orchestra under Gary Sheldon, as well as Boccherini’s famous Introduction et Fandango with the Festival String Quartet.
A month-long tour recently took him to China, Japan and the Balkans. Other engagements include performances and residencies at several venues in Portugal; in Castilla-Leon/Spain, at the Teatro Cervantes de Bejar; the Sarajevo Music Academy; at several venues in Slovenia; the Paris Guitar Foundation; Zurich University of the Arts, and the Hong Kong International Guitar Festival.
In North America, he has performed at the Austin Classical Guitar (in recital with Martin Chalifour); Beyond Microtonal Music Festival/Pittsburgh, the Dallas Opera (with chamber orchestra) in performances of Peter Maxwell Davies’s The Lighthouse; Dumbarton Concerts/Washington, D.C.; Kitchener-Waterloo/Ontario; Lancaster Music Festival/Pennsylvania; the National Gallery of Art; NAMM Show/California; Strathmore Hall/Maryland; the New York Classical Guitar Society; Triangle Guitar Society/North Carolina; and numerous other venues and guitar societies across the globe.
Also an active entrepreneur and educator, Mr. Grgic is director of EuroStrings, a consortium of seventeen guitar festivals in Europe; as well as the European Guitar Festival Collaborative; Zabreb Guitar Festival; Roots & Notes Interactive Music Festival in Croatia; and the Music@Rush Hour/Los Angeles. He also serves as director of the Elemental Guitar in Santa Monica, an exciting program for youth, as well as an adjunct faculty member at Mount St. Mary’s University in Los Angeles.
An enthusiastic recording artist, Mak Grgic’s albums capture a probing and continuous exploration of the world of guitar and all its possibilities. His latest recordings, “Balkanisms“ for Naxos Music and “MAKrotonal” for MicroFest Records, explore a vast repertoire spanning ethnic music, microtonal, new music and early music on re-fretted instruments, such as a “zig-zag fretted Bach prototype guitar” that captures the temperaments of the Baroque period. Other albums in progress include an homage to Ligeti spotlighting gamelan-inspired guitar arrangements.
Born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in 1987, Mr. Grgic studied guitar in Zagreb with the revered Ante Cagalj at the Elly Basic Music Academy. By the age of 14, he was balancing his world champion status in karate with his love for the guitar. Throughout his high school years, he concertized in Ljubljana and Zagreb, splitting his weeks between the two cities, as well as competing in professional martial arts contests across Europe and Asia. Following an injury to his left thumb, he made the decision to focus solely on a career in music, going on to complete a bachelor’s degree with Alvaro Pierri at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.
Pursuing advanced studies in the U.S., Mak Grgic was one of the first students to apply for USC Thornton’s new Arts Leadership graduate program, which he incorporated into his doctoral studies in guitar. He has been a student of William Kanengiser and Scott Tennant of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, in addition to Brian Head, artistic director of Guitar Foundation of America. In the fall of 2017, he began the Artist Diploma program at USC, the first guitarist in the university’s history to be admitted to this elite program.
Mr. Grgic proudly plays and endorses an array of fabulous concert guitars made by diverse craftsmen, including German Antonius Muller, Chinese master luthier Hanson Yao, Bosnian Slavko Mrdalj, Slovenian Samo Sali, as well as a historic 1966 Jose Ramirez, all of this in addition to other quirky re-fretted and remodeled guitars.
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“a superb, finely detailed reading that showed Grgic is a guitarist to keep an eye on.”
THE WASHINGTON POST

TRIP TRIP TRIP. COLOMBIA
Trip Trip Trip's chamber music is charged with tango, flamenco, cumbia, jazz and rock grooves. The tensile strength of the trio's recordings and live performances is borne from their ability to meld individual styles into a single, indivisible alloy. Only highly-skilled chamber groups do this, and Trip Trip Trip positioned at the crossroads of Latin and South American music traditions - count among the few.
Classsical Next 2017
The guitar trio Trip Trip Trip took everyone who was at the Lucy Tejada auditorium on a trip across the musical notes of a melody without frontiers, which is not only immersed in tradition and spontaneity but also in the playful, creative and thoughtful attitude of the trio, tools that they used to create a musical connection with the audience through the length of an hour.
Translated from: Diario el Otún.2012

“My logic is a little gray, a little nightly. It’s a logic with roofs, rain, an empty beer can trip trip trip, what a serious thing and a little loneliness and whiskey.”
The versatility of their sound as a trio and the diverse musical backgrounds of its three members, has made Trip Trip Trip the focus of attention of several Colombian contemporary composers, who have written a number of pieces specially for them. No wonder their concerts and their third album, Como quien oye llover (distributed by Naxos at https://naxosdirect.com/items/as-one-who-listens-to-the-rain-412602 and Willlowhayne Records) present a wide selection of sounds that range from the dreamy atmosphere of Alejandro Zuluaga’s pieces (“Pájaros” and “Amanece”), to the evocation of Colombian traditional music present in the oeuvre of Andres Samper; passing by the mystical, yet vigorously rhythmic nature of Damian Ponce´s music, and concluding with the endless surprises provided by the compositions of Cesar Quevedo and Camilo Giraldo, who are also members, performers and arrangers at Trip Trip Trip. Their discography, also includes two albums released in 2012 (trip, trip, trip) and 2014 (…que cosa tan seria), has raised the interest of various governmental institutions devoted to culture. These institutions –which include the Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá, Banco de la República, Teatro Nacional and Biblored- have awarded the trio in 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 with cycles of concerts and the participation in the 7th Guitar week, organized by Banco de la República, where they played in seven Colombian cities and share the line-up of the festival with the European Guitar Quartet, Judicael Perroy & Marc Ribot.
The last years, Trip Trip Trip have taken part with the local and regional cultural agenda in Colombia and Europe: In 2016 they were invited to the “Research and Music Festival” at Fontys, Tilburg (NL); 2017 Trip Trip Trip tour included the “Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santodomingo” in Bogotá and a showcase as the only latinamerican group on the “Classical:Next” festival in Rotterdam, Netherlands; and during 2018 “the tripers” attended the 2nd International Guitar Festival at EAFIT university in Medellín, Seis Retratos Musicales organized by Compensar in Bogotá, and the Heildelberg Frühling Festival in Germany.


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