Plays / Concert Objavljeno: 6/6/2024




John Dowland (1563. - 1626.)
Lachrimae (Pavan)
Fantasia No. 1a

Giulio Regondi (1822.-1872.)
Etida No. 8 in G major

Isaac Albeniz (1860. - 1909.)

Francisco Tarrega (1852.-1909.)
Capricho arabe

Isaac Albeniz (1860. - 1909.)

Boris Papandopulo (1906. - 1991.)
Three Croatian Dances
I Allegretto vivace
II Moderato
III Allegro comodo

Astor Piazolla (1921. - 1992.)
Primavera porteña

Slavko Fumić (1912. - 1945.)


Srđan Bulat (Split, 1986) received his education at the "Josip Hatze" High School of Music in Split and the "Marko Marulić" General Gymnasium, as well as at the Academy of Arts in Split, where he also received the Rector's Award for the academic year 2006/2007. In 2010, he graduated from the Academy of Music in Zagreb. He received the Dean's Award, the Rector's Award from the University of Zagreb for the academic year 2009/2010, and the Summa cum laude recognition as the best student of his generation. In July 2014, he graduated with honors from the Royal Academy of Music in London, becoming the first guitarist from this region to complete postgraduate studies at this institution, one of the most prestigious music academies in the world. His studies in London were made possible by the ABRSM organization as the best international candidate (regardless of instrument) in the audition for postgraduate studies. In September 2015, he completed his postgraduate specialist studies at the Academy of Music in Zagreb, where the main topic of his specialist work was the analysis of selected works by Croatian composers for guitar after 1970.
He has won the highest awards at almost all the most prestigious world competitions for classical guitar: "Francisco Tarrega" in Benicassim, "Michele Pittaluga" in Alessandria, "Fernando Sor" in Rome, "Julian Arcas" in Almeria, "Alhambra" in Valencia, "Gredos San Diego" in Madrid, "Maurizio Biasini" in Bologna. At these competitions, he also won numerous notable awards for the best interpretation of Spanish music. He has received almost all domestic awards for young artists; he is the winner of the "Ferdo Livadić" competition and the "Darko Lukić" Tribune, as well as the annual "Ivo Vuljević" award. He has performed as a soloist with the Zagreb Philharmonic, Split Chamber Orchestra, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, "Cantus" Ensemble, "Vivaldi" Orchestra from Alessandria, and the Valencia Opera Orchestra. He has given numerous solo recitals worldwide (in Madrid, Rome, Dublin, Copenhagen, Oslo, Cairo, New York, Chicago, Toronto, and Helsinki).
In March 2011, he recorded his first professional CD in London for the RTVE Música label of the Spanish state radio and television, and a year later, he recorded a CD for the renowned label Naxos, officially released in September 2012. Since 2018, he has been a Croatian Freelance Artists' Association member.

Tagovi: Srđan Bulat 70. Splitsko ljeto