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ZORAN DUKIC

Born in Zagreb in 1969, the guitarist Zoran Dukic has a busy schedule in performing, teaching, recording and publishing. He is a professor at the music academies in Barcelona and The Hague and has himself studied with Darko Petrinjak and Hubert Käppel. Between 1990 and 1997) he won an astonishing number of competitions, including both Andrés Segovia competitions in Granada and in Palma de Mallorca, as well as competitions dedicated to Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, Manuel de Falla, and Francisco Tárrega among many others. This, in addition to his unique expressiveness and poetry on the guitar, launched his worldwide career, bringing him unrivalled distinction among contemporary guitarists.

DECEMBER 2008

Role: Classical Artist 
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