Matija played Arsen in the crowded Dvor

first_imgProminent jazz pianist Matija Dedić performed the program last night, July 26, at the 67th Dubrovnik Summer Festival in the crowded atrium of the Rector’s Palace – Matija plays Arsena, as a musical hommage to his late father, top musician and class chansonnier Arsen Dedić.Jazz reading topics from The Glembays i In the registry, as well as Moderate Cantabile i House by the sea which have also been turned into exemplary examples of piano jazz and songs like Your tender years i Everything you know about me they found their place on the album as well as at the concert at the Palace. The album is actually much more than that homage Matija to his father, he represents the exclamation of the soul of one great artist to another, which especially touched the festival audience at a very emotional concert at the Rector’s Palace – in the same place where Arsen Dedić performed at the 65th Dubrovnik Summer Festival and performed some of these eternal compositions .Matija Dedić started playing the piano at the age of five. He graduated from the Jazz Academy in Graz in 1997 in the class of Professor Harald Neuwirth. Growing up in a family of artists, surrounded by pop but also classical musicians, at an early age he began to listen to different musical styles and soon began to write music for television and theater, and occasionally perform with famous Croatian musicians. He received an award for the album from the Croatian Society of Composers Octopussy in the category of the best young Croatian composer and author in the last 10 years.last_img

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