Current projects:

• Waldorf School, Zagreb
• Deutsche InternationaleSchule in Zagreb
• Écolefrançaise de Zagreb
• American International School of Zagreb
• Bright Horizons – British School of Zagreb
• Austrian Cultural Forum Zagreb
• SOS Children´s Villages, Lekenik
• CZOO, Centre for Education, VelikaGorica
(music therapy for children with special needs)

Music tuition
Zvučni Planet

Zvučni Planet offers music tuition incorporating classical training with new methods and other music styles. You can start at any age! We teach in English, German, French, Italian and Russian – depending on the training and background of each teacher.

Zvučni Planet bietet Musikunterricht, der klassische Musikausbildung mit neuen Methoden und Musikstilen kombiniert. Sie können in jedem Alter ein Musikinstrument lernen!

Creativity

For pre-school children, we offer a creative introduction to music focussing on rhythm and simple melodies. The introduction to music prepares young children for learning a musical instrument or for singing.

Children

For school-age children, we offer group and individual tuition for a range of instruments, from violin to drums. Our lessons introduce pupils to classical music and musical styles and traditions from across the world.

Learning

We also teach adults who have always wanted to learn a musical instrument or to sing. Together we can refresh musical skills learnt in earlier years.

Research results

Studies show that learning music helps to develop cognitive, emotional and social skills as well as artistic expression, at all ages.

Concerts

Zvučni Planet organizes two concerts per year at which all our pupils are invited to perform.

Location

Alongside our courses in schools and kindergartens, we offer tuition in small groups and individually at two locations in Zagreb.

 

Centre: Trg Marka Marulića 12 (map)
Malešnica: Samoborska cesta 63 (map)

Instruments

PIANO • VIOLIN • GUITAR • FLUTE • SAXOPHONE • SINGING • TRUMPET
CELLO • DRUM SET • AFRICAN DRUMMING • MANDOLIN • IRISH FIDDLE

We offer individual tuition and tuition in small groups (two to three pupils).

 

For classical instruments we recommend additional music theory from year two.

CREATIVE INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC – FOR PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN

 

This creative music course develops hearing, coordination and a sense of rhythm through games, from body percussion to “conducting”. The children have the opportunity to playfully explore a range of instruments including percussion, keyboard and violin. Apart from classical and popular melodies, the children learn about musical traditions from across the world, opening the door to other cultures and languages.

Teachers

HRVOJE BUDAK

Violinist schooled in Zagreb and at the Moscow P. I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of Olga Parkhomenko. Hrvoje bases his tuition on the Russian school of violin playing dedicated to producing a rich and pure sound and full freedom of execution. He is co-founder and the musical director of „Zvučni planet“, initiated in Zagreb in 2008.

HRVOJE SUDAR

In Croatia, Hrvoje is known as lead guitarist with the bands Flogston and Slip as well as multi-intrumentalist in the ethno-band Primavera. With a wide experience of different musical genres, he has found a home in Irish traditional where he has discovered not only another approach to guitar playing but also his “musical self”. Along with Irish traditional he plays Croatian, Macedonian, and Bosnian music.

MARINA MATOLIĆ

Alongside her study of piano at the Zagreb Music Academy, Marina studied harpsichord for two years, and is today employed at the Music Academy for piano accompaniment. Her second musical passion is choral conducting: she is long-time director of the children’s choirs “Bajka” and “Čarobni zvuci” with which she stages children’s musicals.

AMELA JANČIĆ PRIGANICA

Soprano singer graduated from the Zagreb Music Academy. Since then, Amela has been a soloist with the choir of Croatian radio and television (HRT) and has performed widely in Croatia and abroad. In her lessons, Amela focuses on freeing the singing voice, broadening its range and strengthening projection: “Develop, sustain and use your singing voice. Overcome your fear of singing in front of others!”.

RENE KUTIČIĆ

Self-taught drummer who has found his place in rock and progressive music (fusion, jazz rock and similar). He is grateful to two musicians for perfecting his playing technique and opening new perspectives and approaches to music and percussion: KrunoslavLevačić (drums) and Boris Trubić (percussion). Today, Rene works as a session musician and enjoys transferring his knowledge to young people just starting out in the world of music.

IVANA ĐULA

Graduated from Zagreb University’s Faculty of Philosophy. Ivana works as a music teacher and runs music and African drumming workshops at various children’s festivals, as well as pursuing a career in theatre as a director and composer for children’s drama in cooperation with theatres across the country. In 2014 she co-founded “Artarea”, a platform for children’s art, learning and creativity.

IRENA GARAJ-PAVLIĆ

A graduate of the Music Academy in Zagreb, Irena focuses on group music tuition for children: music theory, piano, recorder, choir and orchestra: “I especially enjoy bringing intonation, rhythm, singing, listening to music, improvisation and the pleasure of socializing along with music closer to the hearts of children”.

VLADIMIR NOVAK

Alongside his studies at the Music Academy in Zagreb, Vladimir completed various workshops and seminars run by internationally known trumpet masters (S. Burns, S. Arnold, J. Thompson). Today, he plays in the national opera orchestra, and is a member of the Zagreb band Antenat which has developed its own style: “subreggae”.

JELENA DOKUZOVIĆ

Jelena started playing the cello at age 12, and was accepted to the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz several years later where she graduated in 2017. Throughout her study years she gained experience in chamber and orchestral music and performed in Europe and China. Besides her passion for performing, Jelena also enjoys teaching others how to play, whether they are potential profesional cellists or less ambitious cello lovers.

Fees

Individual tuition:
payment per term or for a block of ten lessons.

Group tuition is paid per term; payment in two instalments is possible on request.

The fees include sheet music and participation at the annual Zvučni Planet concerts.
Registration is possible all year round!

Zvučni planet does not charge VAT.

Fees

Individual tuition:
payment per term or for a block of ten lessons.

Group tuition is paid per term; payment in two instalments is possible on request.

The fees include sheet music and participation in two annual Zvučni Planet concerts.
Registration is possible all year round!

Location: Trg Marka Marulića 12

  • INDIVIDUAL TUITION
    • All instruments, and singing
    • Drums
      (tuition in Novi Zagreb, Zapruđe)
    • Piano and violin for pre-school children

  • 45 min.
    • 135 kn
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  • 60 min.
    • 160 kn
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  • 30 min.

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    • 100 kn

  • GROUP TUITION
    • All instruments, and singing
    • Music theory
    • Creative introduction to music for pre-school children

  • 45 min.
    • 80 kn
    • 50 kn
    • 60 kn

  • 60 min.
    • 100 kn

  • Groups
    • 2 pupils
    • 4 – 8 pupils
    • 6 – 8 children

Location: Samoborska cesta 63

  • INDIVIDUAL TUITION
    • Violin, piano, guitar
    • Piano and violin for pre-school children

  • 45 min.
    • 120 kn

  • 60 min.
    • 150 kn

  • 30 min.
    • 80 kn

Zvučni planet does not charge VAT.

„Positive energy through muisc“

 

Senior music teacher: Hrvoje Budak, violinist.

Director: Karin Taylor, PhD.

Contact

ZVUČNI PLANET

Mob: +385 91 3033 559
Mob: 385 91 9390 105 (English/Deutsch)
OIB: 53255445153

    

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