16. – 22. July 2023.
ALEJANDRO CORDOVA | VOJISLAV IVANOVIĆ | TAL HURWITZ | THOMAS MÜLLER-PERING | SANEL REDŽIĆ | ISTVÁN RÖMER | ELVIS SIVČEVIĆ | BELMA TUZOVIĆ-MUJKIĆ
Alejandro Córdova, possesses an own style, based on the technical control exceptional gifts, equilibrium, coolness, virtuosity, musicality, and a curiosity by the knowledge, sensibility and experience tested in international settings as performer of classical music.
Is one of the main youths Mexican exponents of the Classical Guitar to National and International Level.
He was born in Cordoba, Mexico, initiating his studies with prof. Jesus Peña. He enters subsequently to the Faculty of Music of the University of Veracruz under the guardianship of the recognized teachers Consuelo Bolio, Massimo Gatta and Alfredo Sánchez.
He counts with three records, the first one recorded in London with John Taylor, the second one recorded in Seville with Contrastes records, and the third one recorded with NAXOS.
Born in Sarajevo where he started playing guitar at the age of 10,
Among other things, critics described the music of Vojislav Ivanović, an internationally renowned composer and guitarist, as "superiorly written" and "indescribably but indescribably delicate". Music of Vojislav Ivanovic, composer and guitarist, is one of astonishing diversity, ranging from contemporary classical and jazz thru fusion and rock to traditional music of the world..
Both as a guitarist and as a composer, he is the recipient of significant domestic and international awards. As a soloist and in collaboration with many artists and orchestras, he performed throughout the former Yugoslavia, Russia and Europe.
Classical guitarist, Tal Hurwitz has garnered international acclaim in concerts and masterclasses around the world, showcasing his reputation for technical mastery and artistic clarity.
His devotion for music, desire for beauty and aesthetics in interpretation, and his constant search to combine the old with the new have led to an extensive performance career, including notable venues such as the Moscow House of Music, the Großer Saal of the Stiftung Mozarteum and the Sala de Espectáculos in Mexico.
In addition he was awarded top prizes as both a performer and composer in numerous international competitions.
Holds two bachelor’s and a master’s degrees in music, obtained while studying under some of the world’s most renowned pedagogues.
Thomas Müller-Pering (born 1958 in Cologne) is a German guitarist. He studied with prof. Tadashi Sasaki at the "Hochschule für Musik Köln" and attended master classes with John Williams, José Tomas, Oscar Ghiglia and Siegfried Behrend.
In 1983, he won 1st prize at the "Concurso internacional de ejecución musical" in Viña del Mar, Chile. He gave concerts throughout Europe, North and South America, Africa and Asia. His numerous recordings include a collaboration with Manuel Barueca with whom he recorded Enrique Granados' "Danzas Españolas" for EMI.
He was a professor at the "Hochschule für Musik Köln" from 1980 to 1998. In 1994, he began teaching at the "Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt" in Weimar, where he became a full professor in 1997.
Sanel Redžić is one of the most promising and virtuoso guitarists of the younger generation, who has created an important name on the international scene having a wide repertoire from baroque to modern music.
Since 2006, Sanel has been constantly performing around the world, both solo and in various chamber ensembles and orchestras. He has so far delighted audiences and media at several hundred concerts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Poland, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Italy, France, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Mexico, Chile, China, Japan, India, Iran and the United States. With the well-known Bosnian-Herzegovinian band "Divanhana", Sanel is constantly collaborating and expanding musical horizons beyond classical music.
Proof of this are many shared concerts and recordings.
István Römer (Zagreb, 1962) studied the guitar with Marga Bäuml-Klasinc at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz (graduated in 1984) and at the Zagreb Academy of Music, where he completed his studies in 1983, in the class of Darko Petrinjak.
The brilliant launch of his career was marked by numerous prizes at international competitions, of which mention should be made of first prizes that he won in the mid-1980's in Mettmann (Germany), at the Andres Segovia Competition in Palma de Mallorca, and, a little bit later, in Viña del Mar in Chile. Subsequently, he performed intensively in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
He is full professor at the Zagreb Academy of Music.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Elvis Sivčević is a student of the legendary classical guitar teacher Predrag Stanković. He continues his education in the Netherlands at the Conservatorium Codarts Rotterdam in the class of Professor Dick Hoogeeven and at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where in 2003 he obtained the title of Bachelor - Docent of guitar in the class of Enn Voorhorst and in 2005 Master of music.
He performed throughout Europe as a soloist or as a member of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Mediterranean Sundance Ensemble, while his students won a large number of prizes at domestic and international competitions.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Born in Sarajevo. He received his primary and secondary music education for the guitar in Sarajevo.
After graduating from the High School of Music in Sarajevo in the class of prof. In 1994, Mile Rakanović, as a scholarship recipient of the Austrian government, went to study in Austria, at the University of Music and Art in Vienna
She graduated in 1998 and received his master's degree in 2000 in the class of prof. Konrad Ragosnik. Since 2000, she has been employed as a guitar teacher at the High School of Music in Sarajevo. Regular member of the jury of national and international competitions. (SIGF Sarajevo, Guitar United East Sarajevo, Montenegro International guitar competition and others.)
Welcome to Tuzla for Tuzla Guitar Week! I hope that you will feel comfortable in my city and that you will bring new knowledge and beautiful experiences back to your homes from here.
The participants of the Tuzla Guitar Week have at their disposal the renovated part of the Hotel Tuzla - Grand Hotel Tuzla.
For participants up to 12 years of age, the price of the package, which includes accommodation in double rooms with breakfast and at least five lessons, is 400 BAM or 205 Euros.