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Art Pavilion Juraj Šporer

March 31 - April 2, 2023

Honored to have taken part in the 15th Camellia Festival, organized by the Cultural Association of Camellia Lovers of Opatija, a member of the International Camellia Society of which the association is the official representative for the Republic of Croatia. Journalists from the Fédération Internationale des Jouranlistes et Écrivains du Turisme FIJET, among others, reported on the event, held at the Art Juraj Sporer Pavilion in Opatija.

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Slatina Promenade, Opatija


Teatro Comunale Pavarotti-Freni, Modena


June 10, 2022

Teatro Comunale "Pavarotti - Freni"

We thank the Municipality of Modena and the Italian Youth Music Association (Modena Section) for their kind support and the warm invitation to present the classic crossover concert DOLCE ÉPOQUE in the city where some of the artists themselves were born and raised. In recognition of the years spent together and the privilege of having been able to perform as children with Maestro Luciano Pavarotti, the artists are confident in a new opportunity to express their gratitude to the city in which they were artistically formed.


Suspended due to the pandemic

May 2020

We thank the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia to the Kingdom of Belgium, for their kind invitation to present the DOLCE ÉPOQUE classical crossover concert in Brussels, on the occasion of the Croatian presidency of the European Council in the first semester of 2020. The event was suspended due to the pandemic.

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© L. La Gioia

The Grande Place, Bruxelles

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Entrance to the Palais Strattmann-Trautson, Vienna


Marmorsaal, Palais Strattmann-Trautson

September 26, 2019

Held under the high patronages of the Archduke Markus Habsburg-Lothringen of Austria, of the European Parliament, of the Embassies of Croatia, Italy, France, Hungary, the show was attended by the former Minister of Defense Werner Fasslabend in the historic seat of the Embassy of Hungary in Vienna, whose Marmorsaal regularly hosts prestigious concerts and receptions. The audience requested three encores, clapping their hands to the rhythm of the music, as is customary at Viennese concerts.


Silbersaal, Deutsches Theater

April 26, 2018

Presented under the patronage of the mayor of the city of Munich Dieter Reiter, of the Cultural Association for European Integration Pro Europa Una, of the European Parliament, and of the Consulates General of Croatia, Italy and Austria, the concert sold out two days before the event. At the end of the programme, the public requested three encores.

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Queue for the DOLCE ÉPOQUE at the entrance of the Deutsches Theater in Munich

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A moment during the concert


Concert Hall, Adria Relax Resort Hotel Miramar

October 6, 2017

A period-style concert for 4-hand piano, mandolin and narrating voice, presented to the international public of the historic Villa Mayne, built on the model of Miramare Castle in Trieste and now home to the Adria Resort Hotel Miramar. 


Hall of Bacchus, Artenova Foundation

September 29, 2017

An event presented by Giorgio Lorenzon and the pianist Cristina Ariagno, a former piano teacher at the S. Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, in the period setting of the Arte Nova Foundation, which aims to promote Liberty and Art Nouveau culture through concerts, exhibitions and conferences. The cultural evening culminates with refreshments based on authentic recipes from the early 1900s taken from the ancient manuscript Codex Laurianensis, originally from the Opatija Riviera.

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© Anita Benčec-Nikolovski

Arch. Elena Franco, Prof. Cristina Ariagno, Dr. Marlene Prischich, Dott.ssa Debora Bocchiardo

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Prof. Anita Benčec-Nikolovski, Dr. Marlene Prischich, Arch. Enrica Morini, Valentina Višak & the Nostalphoniker


Grand Salon, Villa Angiolina

May 6, 2017

Premiere in the oldest concert hall on the Opatija Riviera, in the historic Villa Angiolina, under the high patronage of the President of the Republic of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, of the City of Opatija and of the Primorsko-Goranska Region. Despite the pouring rain, the public flocked in large numbers, filling the room at twice its intended capacity. The concert was followed by a period buffet, with original recipes taken from the Codex Laurianensis manuscript, written on the Riviera between 1910 and 1941.

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