The 38th edition of the Evenings in Grič festival will again host music vituosos, from 3 to 18 June, but at a new address - on the Summer Stage of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
Nine top concerts organized by Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall will offer Zagreb’s inhabitants and their guests classical, jazz, evergreen and popular music performed by outstanding ensembles and soloists in the unique setting of the Summer Stage of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
After the Klovićevi Dvori Gallery, the music journey will take place in another unique venue under the open sky, where the romantic and intimate atmosphere blends with the playful bravuras of outstanding performers, creating an unforgettable and immensely impressive experience.
Subtitled On Business Trip, (also) this year's Evenings in Grič will present Croatia’s and Europe’s unconventional artists with original style.
The Most Exciting Business Trip to the Centre of Music
The Evenings in Grič will be opened on 3 June by creative visionaries of classical music, the Janoska Ensemble. The Queen's Six will appear two days later; it is an exciting British a capella sextet based at Windsor Castle that regularly performs for the royal family. Waiting for us after that will be the versatile award-winning pianist and composer Matej Meštrović with his project Expresto and the singing Surian family that will perform songs from the legendary musical Yalta, Yalta.
It is also an honour to announce the grandmaster of harmonica Gianluca Littera and the Double Breath Jazz Quartet.
Young music geniuses, cellist Latica Anić and pianist Lovre Marušić, will exceptionally “travel” to perform at Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall alongside the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and maestro Veton Marevci on 14 June and the sensational German boys choir Augsburger Domsingknaben will held concert at Saint Blaise's Church.
The penultimate concert will feature Swiss pianist and composer, former wunderkind – Rahel Senn, while the “business trip” of this year's Evenings in Grič will finish on 18 June with the Istrian fairy, singer-songwriter, poet and actress Elis Lovrić.
Tickets for all concerts cost 100 kunas
and they are available at the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall and Museum of Arts and Crafts box offices and online at www.lisinski.hr