Voices of the organs in a plain

27. June 2013
The Cultural Institute of Vojvodina’s Croats, together with the Cultural Institute of Vojvodina’s Slovaks organizes an organ music concert called “Voices of the Organs in a Plain” in Kovačica.

The concert consisted of selected compositions from the opus of Croatian composers from Vojvodina - Stanislav Prepreka, Alba Vidaković and Josip Andrić. Selection of the compositions was made by prof. Đuro Rajković, and prof. of organs Saša Grunčić, who was also be the performer of program.

This concert was held on Sunday, June 30th, in the Slovak Evangelical a.v. Church in Kovačica.

The program:

Alba Vidaković: Prelude and Fugue in C-major

Alba Vidaković: Fantasy and Fugue in F minor

Stanislav Preprek – Suite for Organ

- Preludium quasi fantasia

- Canzona

- Choral

- Pastorale

- Toccata

Josip Andrić: Overture to the opera "Dužijanca" (arr. for organ)

 

Organ: prof. Sasha Grunčić

Sasha Grunčić was born in 1984. in Subotica, where he completed his elementary and high school at the department of piano and music theory. He graduated from the Music Academy in Zagreb, 2007, the Organ Department, under the tutorage of prof. Ljerka Očić. During his studies he won several prizes on contests, and the most important was the laureate of Croatian state competition in 2006. He has performed in numerous concerts, as a solo artist (Zagreb, Subotica, Szeged) and in chamber ensembles and group concerts throughout Croatia and neighboring countries. Today he works as a professor of organ and piano accompanist at a music school in Subotica.

Translated by Bojana Todić

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