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  • Concert in Cairo Opera House in September 2019; Concert in Council of Europe in Strasbourg in December 2019; Debut in Tanzania in Bweje in January 2020; soon announcement of big projects and world tour
  • In 2018. Petar played 8 times as a soloist with orchestra (4 different concerts for guitar and orchestra),

had dozens of solo recitals (with 4 hours of different program),

had many short solo performances, concerts and performances in chamber music with amazing musicians,

his students won 27 prizes on international competitions (7 first places),

he represented European Union on Europe week in Brasil,

had performances on 3 continents

  • From December 2018. Petar has new booking contact (for the whole world) –Diane Saldick LLC from New York, USA
  • South and North America tour – 6 concerts in Columbia and USA – from 26 November to 10 December
  • Brasil tour: May 1  – Concierto de Aranjuez in Brasilia with Symphony Orchestra of Brasilian National Theatre Claudio Santoro; May 3 – Vivaldi concierto in Curitiba with Chamber Orchestra of the city of Curitiba (Europe week in Brasil);
  • up to date, Petar’s students won more than 200 prizes on national and international competitions
  • in April 2017 Petar enrolled in a PHD programme at the prestigious “University of Surrey”, Department of Music and Media in the class of professor Stephen Goss
  • in February 2017, Petar’s video was chosen as a video pick of the week on the Classical Guitar Magazine website – http://classicalguitarmagazine.com/video-pick-of-the-week-m-a-moving-original-by-petar-culic/
  • in December 2016 and January 2017 Australia tour: Melbourne, Sydney and Perth
  • Petar Čulić become fretted D’Addario artist! You can see more details on the official D’Addario website:  D’Addario – Petar Čulić 
  • in March 2016 – South America tour: Brasilia, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.


 Classical Guitar Magazine review

«…Petar Culic gave one of the main evening recitals, at a venue that backed onto the Cetina River which feeds into the Adriatic at the port of Omis. A unifying feature of the Croatian guitarists press quotes is a certain tendency towards comments on his stage demeanor. This might not appear to be worthy of note at first, after all its a critics prerogative to offer something in the way of a performers public persona, but those who have encountered Culic in person will have an idea of what this really means. The importance of such behaviour should not be underestimated since many fine players ignore this aspect of their performance to the detriment of their career. What perhaps assisted Culic on this occasion though was the home crowd who had come to hear him, evidence for which could be found in his seven encores. The Koblenz Guitar Academy graduate performed a programme of Sor, Ponce and Giuliani in addition to Henzes Drei tentos and Culics own work M: a title invented by the composer purely to create intrigue in the audience. The high viewing totals for M on You Tube suggest tha Culic was on to something with this idea…»

 Guy Traviss, Classical Guitar Magazine, August 2011.