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Tvrtko Emanuel Galic

Tvrtko Emanuel Galic was born in Tübingen in 1993 and received his first violin lessons from his aunt Prof. Julia Galic. After the family moved to Vienna and later to Zagreb, he was a student of Prof. Armin Sešek (Ljubljana) and Marina Sorokova (Vienna). He is currently enrolled in the class of Prof. Leonid Sorokov at the Music Academy in Zagreb.

Tvrtko Emanuel is a multiple prize winner at the Croatian national music competition including the first prize with the highest score in 2010. In 2011, he won the international competition "Etide i skale" also being attributed the special prize for the best performance of a virtuoso piece. Later that year, he won the second prize at the "Lions Grand Prix Rijeka". At the international competition "Mendelssohn Cup" in Taurisano (Italy), he won the first prize, the gold medal "Gioconda de Vito", and the audience prize "Citta di Taurisano". In February 2012, he played in the finals of the Croatian Competition "Euro Vision Young Musicians" with the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Zagreb. For his rendition of the Violin Concerto in F sharp minor by Henryk Wieniawski he was selected best young violinist of the year by the Croatian Composers' Association.

Tvrtko Emanuel Galic has performed the concert series "Young musicians at the Croatian Cultural Association" as well as in the concert series of Jeunesses Musicales "Zagreb Soloists and young virtuoso". He has been invited to recitals in Germany and Croatia as well as the festival "22 Memorial Franjo Krežma" in Osijek.

Tvrtko Emanuel participated in numerous master classes with Eugene Sarbu, Marina Sorokova, Leonid Sorokov, Albrecht Breuninger, Michael Frischenschlager and Ingolf Turban. He is also a fellow of the International Academy of Music in the Principality of Liechtenstein where he attends intensive music weeks.

   August 2014

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