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To do in Croatia: Your Montly Events Guide - February

25 Jan 2024


Our suggestions of events to keep the cheery mood ignited.


The book promotion for the Vujičić Collection "To Live a Quiet Life," published by the Vienna-based publisher Verlag für moderne Kunst, will take place on February 1st at 7 p.m. in the Gorgona Hall at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU) in Zagreb.

Damir Avdić, also known as Diplomatz, is a multi-talented individual – singer, poet, guitarist, band, singer-songwriter, or rather, anti-singer-songwriter, actor, writer, and thinker at Klub Dva Osam in Zagreb, February 1st.

The 1st Croatian Biennial of Artistic Glass under the auspices of the institution preserving Zadar and Croatian ancient glass dating back over 2000 years. Museum of Ancient Glass, Zadar.

Zagreb Philharmonic under the baton of Ivan Repušić and pianist Ruben Dalibaltayan.
Program: Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36
At the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb, February 2.

Pips, Chips & Videoclips at the Pogon kulture in Rijeka, February 3.

Lisinski Dances in Masks – Carl Orff: Carmina Burana - Spectacular carnival performance
At the Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb, February 3.

Dobar House: Jansons + Lemo, Elena Mikac, Tom Bug & Grooveline at Peti Kupe, Zagreb, February 3.

The collaboration between Mislav Režić and Gordan Tudor has resulted in a unique musical project in the world of music, where, in the form of a musical recital, in addition to classical instruments such as saxophone and guitar, electric guitar and electronics are also used. Tudor - Režić Duo at the Croatian House in Split, Ivo Tijardović Concert Hall, February 5.

S.A.R.S. at Konoba Kamen, Zadar, February 10.

In her second solo exhibition in Split, Saeri Kiritani presents a multimedia installation titled "Golden Dream," at the Gallery of Fine Arts, Split, until February 11.

Božo Vrećo - Cultural Center Čakovec, February 15.

Flamenco en vivo - Popular Spanish dance with live music at Kuća Arsen, Šibenik, February 16.

Following Oliver's Trail – a concert in memory of Oliver Dragojević in Osijek, Gradski Vrt Hall, February 17.

Trumpeter, flugelhorn player, and composer Davor Križić and the HRT Jazz Orchestra at the Croatian House in Split, February 23.

The National Museum of Modern Art presents the exhibition "Enchanting Landscapes," showcasing the chronological development of the landscape genre within the scope of the Museum's collection. Artmark Gallery, Zagreb. Until February 25.

Sara Renar, an award-winning singer-songwriter from Zagreb and one of the most recognized names in the new generation of the music scene in the region. Sound Wall: Sara Renar - Seine at Vintage Industrial Bar in Zagreb, February 28.

The exhibition of multimedia artist and illustrator Zdenko Bašić, titled 'Forgotten Stories - Storie dimenticate,' at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria, Pula.
 

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