Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb Roadshow

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25 February 2018

Zagreb / Croatia

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As part of the FEDORA Platform, and in order to promote young artists, the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb organized a concert titled Rising stars of the Opera stage, that also promoted FEDORA’s new Platform, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. The concert was scheduled for Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 11 a.m. at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb. The following young artists performed at the concert: Anabela Barić (soprano), Tanja Ruždjak (soprano), Iva Krušić (mezzosoprano), Martina Menegoni (mezzosoprano), Sonja Runje (mezzosoprano), Mario Filipović (tenor), Leon Košavić (baritone) and Matija Meić (baritone) with piano accompaniment of Darijan Ivezić.

The entry to the concert was free and the concert was co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

CNT Zagreb Roadshow
CNT Zagreb Roadshow
CNT Zagreb Roadshow
CNT Zagreb Roadshow
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