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23rd MuK (Music in Clinics) - the 8th of November, 2023

Nikica Polegubić held the concert cycle "Music in Clinics" this Wednesday, November 8th. His passionate performance on guitar touched everyone present, both patients and staff, creating a particularly emotional experience in the environment of the Clinic for tumors.


Program:

I. Albeniz: Mallorca

B. Britten: Nocturnal

N. D’Angelo: Due Canzoni Lidie







Biography:

Nikica Polegubić (Zagreb, 1996.) began playing the guitar at the age of eight. In 2008, he joined the class of Xhevdet Sahatxhija and studied with him for the next six years. In 2014, he completed high school at Pavle Markovac Music School and enrolled at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria. He graduated with honors in 2018 under the guidance of one of today's most esteemed guitar educators, Paolo Pegoraro, with whom he also completed his master's studies in 2022. In 2020, he collaborated with one of today's renowned guitarists, Manuel Barrueco's student, Łukasz Kuropaczewski. Nikica has received numerous awards and recognitions in competitions, including the Ministry of Science, Education, and Sports of the Republic of Croatia award for outstanding achievements in the artistic field. He has performed as a soloist and as part of chamber ensembles in various countries, including Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Poland, Turkey, England, and India.


Nikica has won several competitions and awards in international competitions such as the Split Guitar Festival (Croatia, 2009), Enrico Mercatali in Italy (2009 Guitar Duo, solo 2010), Sea Guitar Festival in Slovenia (2010), Svirel Competition in Slovenia (2013, Guitar Trio), Guitar Art Festival (Serbia 2014, 2016), Porečki Tirando (Croatia, 2014), Andres Segovia (Germany 2012, 2014), International Guitar Festival José Tomás Villa de Petrer (Spain, 2018), and the International Guitar Competition Ida Presti (Croatia, 2018). Some recent noteworthy competitions include: Forum Gitarre Wien 2022 in Austria (2nd prize), Festival de Guitare de Luxembourg 2022 in Luxembourg (3rd prize), Antwerpen Gitaarfestival 2022 in Belgium (1st prize), Oslo Guitar Days 2023 (2nd prize), and the Changsha International Guitar Festival 2023 in China (2nd prize).

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