Formed in 1969 by promoting music written for wind instruments, with an emphasis on works written by Croatian authors.
New members of the Zagreb Wind Trio – Dario Golčić (oboe), Domagoj Pavlović (clarinet) and Žarko Perišić (bassoon) – continue the tradition of the ensemble formed in 1969 by promoting music written for wind instruments, with an emphasis on works written by Croatian authors. The Trio gained and international reputation while composed of Anđelko Ramušćak on clarinet, Zvonimir Stanislav on bassoon and first Ivan Kos, and then Branko Mihanović on oboe, becoming one of the top Croatian ensembles and a true promoter of Croatian music culture. With the help and support from older colleagues, the current members, encouraged by Žarko Perišič, came together to reform and revive the name and activities of the Zagreb Wind Trio. Their first concert was held in 2011. The ensemble's broad repertoire consists of all styles and periods of music, with a special propensity towards contemporary music. They have encouraged the creation of numerous new compositions, written especially for the Trio by numerous Croatian composers. The ensemble holds concerts around Croatia, have their own concert cycle in the Croatian Composers' Society in Zagreb, and have appeared in a number of festivals, as well as in Austria and Canada.
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