Manuel Maria Ponce (1882 - 1948)
Prelude for guitar and harpsichord in E-major
- Allegro non troppo
Joaquin Rodrigo (1901- 1999)
"Fantasia para un gentilhombre"
- Villano y Ricercar (adagietto - andante moderato)
- Españoleta y Fanfare de la Cabalería de Nápoles (Adagio - Allegretto - Tempo di Españoleta)
- Danza de las Hachas (Allegro con brio)
- Canario (Allegro ma non troppo)
Mislav Režić was born 1978 in Split, Croatia. He started playing classical guitar at the age of 12. After finishing secondary music school and grammar school (gymnasium) in Split (both schools with excellent results) he started studying with the eminent Croatian guitarist Goran Listes at the Academy of Arts in Split. In 2001 he graduated summa cum laude as a best student in his generation. That same year he continued his studies with Zoran Dukic at Royal Conservatory in Den Haag, where he took a Masters degree in May 2003. He had private lessons and master classes with world famous guitar players such as: Darko Petrinjak, David Russell, Oscar Ghiglia, Carlo Marchione, Pavel Steidl, Alex Garrobe, Joaquin Clerch, Hubert Keppel, Aniello Desiderio, Tilman Hoppstock, Fabio Zanon, Costas Cotsiolis and Ricardo Gallen. During his studies he has performed both as a soloist and chamber musician (with guitarist Jose Maria Ramirez, harpsichordist Cvetanka Sozovska and mezzo-soprano Tanja Simic) and with orchestras all over Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Spain and Netherlands.
He has made recordings for Croatian TV and radio, and Radio Vatican (Programmi Musicali). He has won many prizes in national competitions in Croatia, has successfully participated in numerous important international competitions and festivals. Mislav has won the third prize at the International Guitar Festival Zwolle 2002. Last year he started his second Masters degree with the famous guitarist and guitar teacher Carlo Marchione in Maastricht. In December 2004 Mislav Rezic performed in the Palestrina Hall in Rome, the place of famous D. Scarlatti and G.F. Handel competition.
Cvetanka Sozovska was born in 1975 in Skopje, Macedonia. In 1996 she graduated piano at The Faculty of Music Arts in Skopje, with the Russian organist and pianist Boris Romanov, being promoted to the best graduate student from the University St.Kiril and Metodij in Skopje for that academic year. The same year she started her harpsichord studies with Jacques Ogg at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, The Netherlands. In his class she obtained Certificate, First phase diploma (Bachelor's degree) and Second phase diploma (Master's degree) up until 2002. Cvetanka played in the Summer Festival at Casa de Mateus, Portugal, in 2004, together with musicians such as: Jacques Ogg, Wilbert Hazelzet, Peter van Heyghen, Paolo Pandolfo, Paul O'Dette, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt and Marc Destrubé. She also toured with Barokopera Amsterdam through Bretagne, France, as well as in The Netherlands. Cvetanka played with Orquesta de Cadaquez in Spain, with Neville Mariner as a conductor, as well as the Orchestra of the 18th century, led by Frans Bruggen, as repetitor for the opera "Les Indes Galantes". She is also a member of the baroque ensembles Florilége, La Rhétorique de deux, Les passions de l'Âme and Teatro alla moda, founded at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague. With the last one, recently they had an international promotion with concerts on the music festivals at Casa de Mateus, Portugal and Autumn Music Festivities in Skopje, Macedonia.Dit programma is ook in PDF-formaat beschikbaar.