Composers

  • Julije Bajamonti
  • Ivica Badurina
  • Silvije Bombardelli
  • Ivan Božičević
  • Jakša Bralić
  • Igor Brešan
  • Željko Brkanović
  • Emil Cosetto
  • Ambrož Čopi, Slovenija
  • Arsen Dedić
  • Đeni Dekleva Radaković
  • Sanja Drakulić
  • Dragan Filipović
  • Ingrid Flesh
  • Pero Glavinić
  • Živoin Glišik
  • Jakov Gotovac
  • Pero Gotovac
  • Vanja Gordanić
  • Josip Hatze
  • Cyril Metodej Hrazdira
  • Franjo Hrg
  • Ivan Jeličić
  • Dinko Jesenković
  • Blaženko Juračić
  • Đelo Jusić
  • Nikica Kalogjera
  • Petko Kantardžijev Mlinac
  • Živko Ključe
  • Lada Kos
  • Ljubo Kuntarić
  • Josip Lamperini
  • Siniša Leopold
  • Vinko Lesić
  • Miro Martinjak
  • Josip Magdić
  • Krešimir Magdić
  • Luke Mayernik, SAD
  • Nello Milotti
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austrija
  • Modest Petrovič Musorgski, Rusija
  • Nikša Njirić
  • Branko Okmaca
  • Boris Papandopulo
  • Ivo Parać
  • Dalibor Paulik
  • Benedict Pelizzari
  • Ivan-Ivica Percl
  • Jean Louis Petli, Francuska
  • Umberto Pieroni, Italija
  • Josip Raffaelli
  • Ivan Repušić
  • Branimir Rezić
  • Nikolaj Andrejevič Rimski Korsakov, Rusija
  • Blaž Rojko, Slovenija
  • Ivana Rudić Mitrović
  • Igor Savin
  • Jirayr Shahrimanyan, Armenija
  • o. Bernardin Sokol
  • Aleksandar Srzić
  • Branko Starc
  • Ljubo Stipišić Delmata
  • Vlado Sunko
  • Peter Šavli
  • Pero Šiša
  • Tomislav Šošić
  • Duško Tambača
  • Zlatko Tanodi
  • Joseph Twist, Australija
  • Tomislav Uhlik
  • Aalo Veevo, Estonija
  • Franjo S. Vilhar
  • Vladan Vuletin
  • Ivan Žan
  • Lovro Županović

 

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Host festival - City Split

 
Host festival is the city Split, the second largest city in Croatia. The city center of Split is the old Diocletian's palace from the 4th century AD (under UNESCO’s protection since 1979), which makes it a unique example in the world. Split is an important Croatian, Mediterranean cultural center, second largest university center in Croatia and after Zagreb has the highest number of diplomatic, consular or representative offices of international organizations in Croatia.

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Why visit Split

 
Natural Beauty
Croatia is one of the ecologically best preserved parts of Europe. Croatia is blessed with outstanding natural beauty and it is a real pearl of the Balkan Peninsula with numerous historical parks and protected nature and national parks. In terms of geography alone, Split stands out. The unique combination of rolling hills, the ocean, forests, and a great climate make it a true gem in the European crown.

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