Dora Pejačević – monographic concert

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  • Monday, May 29, 2023, 7:00 PM

Dora Pejačević (1885–1923) was a Croatian composer and a member of the Pejačević noble family. She was one of the composers to introduce the orchestral song to Croatian music and her Symphony in F-sharp minor is considered by scholars to be the first modern symphony in Croatian music. Her Piano Concerto, being her first orchestral work, marked her as the first ever Croatian composer to write a concerto.

The Krzysztof Penderecki Academy of Music in Kraków recalls her complete works for violin and piano on the 100th anniversary of her passing and on the Croatia national day – the Statehood Day (30 May).

Dora Pejačević (1885–1923)

Méditation for violin and piano Op. 51
Maria Wojnowska violin
Weronika Bujok piano

Menuet in A mjaor for violin and piano Op. 18
Ewelina Mazur violin
Weronika Bujok piano

Romance in F major for violin and piano Op. 22
Teresa Wiczkowska violin
Weronika Bujok piano

Sonata in D major for violin and piano Op. 26
Julia Kuzyk violin
Anna Nowak-Dańda piano

Elégie in E flat major for violin and piano Op. 34
Maria Elena Lascar violin
Anna Nowak-Dańda piano

Canzonetta in D major for violin and piano Op. 8
Agata Kurowska violin
Michał Roemer piano

Sonate slave for violin and piano Op. 43
Aleksander Daszkiewicz violin
Michał Roemer piano



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