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MMak Grgic is now going to perform at the Vegas’ Doc Rando Recital Hall on the 19th of November. The Mak Grgic tickets for this live event have already started selling, so now will be the right time to purchase them. He was referred to as a player of intelligent and beautiful tunes by Washington Post when he started performing at the age of 25. When he played Weiss’s Passacalgia in D Major, Stephen Brookes described him as “a guitarist to keep an eye on.” Ever since then, Grgic has been invited to perform at venues all across the world.
Mak Grgic has performed with Spokane Symphony at the Sandpoint Festival. The next event took place at Washington D.C.’s National Gallery of Arts. This was followed by his Texas performances at the Allegro Guitar Series and at Newman Center for the Performing Arts in Denver. This last performance was in collaboration with Assad Brothers as well as the famous cello player Joshua Roman. Apart from that, Grgic has also performed at many different venues and festivals including a live event at Grande Auditorium di Espinho.
Mak Grgic was born in Slovenia, in 1987. Grgic gets his name from the favorite poet of his father’s, Alija Mak Dizdar. Dizdar is among the most famous Bosnian poets belonging to the 20th century. Mak belongs to Croatia School of Guitar’s distinguished line of emerging young guitarists. He studied at the Elly Basic Conservatory of Music and later earned his Bachelor’s degree from Alvaro Pierri at the Universitaet fur Musik, Austria. He currently continues his education at USC Thornton School of Music for a Master’s degree as William Kanengiser’s student. Kanengiser is currently a member of Guitar Quartet, Los Angeles. With his education, he continues to perform and record music as well.
Mak Grgic performed at The Palaces of St. Petersburg International Music Festival in June of 2009, and the conductor of St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Lande gave him a standing ovation. After the Lancaster Festival, 2010, the Ohio Press commented about him; “In his early twenties, Grgic is unassuming and tall and has an amazing talent with a soft voice, matching his classical guitar playing.” In June of 2011, Glasna Magazine stated “Mak is a walking proof that talent is in abundance in Slovenia. Youngsters like him will carry out the region’s culture safely in the coming years.”
Mak Grgic has recently worked for the music of “Regrets of White Camellias”, a film starring Cybill Shephard. It was released in 2012. He also recently won Italy’s “Luigi Mozzani” Guitar Competition. He also received a prize at the Pacific Guitar Festival that was arranged in California. He won prizes in European Classical Guitar Competition "Enrico Mercatali" in Italy, Forum Gitarre Wien International Competition in Vienna, Austria, Anna Amalia Competition for young guitarists in Weimar, Germany, Andres Segovia International Competition for young guitarists in Velbert, Germany, and International Guitarist Festival and Competition in Belgrade, Serbia.
With his unique voice and classical music skills, Mak Grgic will now be performing at several venues. He will make a stop at Las Vegas’ Doc Rando Recital Hall, this November. Other upcoming performances include stops at Auditorium Giuseppe Verdi, Italy, DC8 rehearsals, Los Angeles, Recital with Christopher McGuire, Fredericksburg United Methodist Church in Texas and Recital at Mobile Chamber Music in Alabama. Make sure you book the Mak Grgic tickets in order to attend his classic performance on the 19th of November.