Javor Bracic

Concert pianist with a passion for furthering the understanding and enjoyment of classical music!
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Clarinet and Piano Duo at the Metropolitan Museum of Art 09. Jan 2016

On Friday, January 29th, and Saturday, January 30th, I will play with the clarinetist Avigail Malachi at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York! We will play at the Balcony Bar from 5-8pm, so bring a friend or a date and enjoy great music amid great art!

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NameBracic, Javor
Date of Birth1985-10-23
Born inCroatia, Europe
Main languageEnglish
Additional languages Croatian,  German,  French,  Italian 
attended UniversitiesMozarteum Salzburg, Mannes College, City University of New York

Carnegie Hall debut review
2013-10-25 New York Concert Review, New York
"Recital debuts can be a dicey proposition in New York, depending on what other concerts and events are scheduled. Learning that a young Croatian pianist would be giving his New York debut in Weill Hall the same night as the much-heralded and fashionable Yuja Wang would play next door at Stern Auditorium, I imagined that a half-empty hall might await him. How wrong I was! Mr. Bračić's sold-out house left a virtual mob swarming around the box office, hoping for tickets from last-minute cancellations. As the evening progressed, it became clear why: Javor Bračić is a pianist who possesses a deep, genuine musicianship and an outstanding technique that serves the great music he chooses. He honors both listener and composer with his intelligent, committed interpretations, and he offers a thoughtfully constructed program with elegance and humility. It was heartening to be reminded that such an artist is still a draw and that the "competition" for listeners is not always a zero-sum game."
(Rorianne Schrade)
REVIEW from 2013-10-25  
Beethoven Sonata Opus 111
The Art of Listening
Excerpts from the engaging conversation-recital The Art of Listening