Split Guitar Quartet


Split Guitar Quartet was founded in 2010. The Quartet is formed by prizewinning Croatian guitarists: Kajo Milišić, Josip Dragnić, Goran Cetinić Koća and Martin Andrijašević. During their continuous presence on the Croatian musical scene Quartet has held numerous concerts in Croatia and abroad.
During the years of their continuous activity the Split Guitar Quartet has achieved a respectable international concert activity. The Quartet has held concerts in Germany at the International guitar festival in Augsburg, four concerts in Luxembourg, among these the most important one was held in January 2017 within the prestigious cycle of classical music concerts „Les concerts du Foyer Europeen“. At the beginning of 2018 Split Guitar Quartet held a European tour with concerts in Luxembourg, Spain (International chamber music festival in Torreperogil – Andalusia) and in the Sofia Philharmonic Hall in Bulgaria at the festival Europe Music 2018 organized in the occasion of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. In July 2018 Quartet has played a concert within 30th Imago Sloveniae Festival in Ljubljana that was recorded by Slovenian National Radio. In April 2019 Quartet had first Italian concert tour and in December same year second concert tour in Spain in regions Castilla- Leon and again Andalusia. After year and half break caused by the pandemic, in July 2021 Quartet played a concert in Poland within 10th Euro chamber music festival in Gdansk. In July 2022 Split Guitar Quartet had a Swiss debut within Geneva Puplinge Classique festival and in October same year played a concert in famous “Espacio Joaquin Turina” within 13th Sevilla International Guitar Festival.
Quartet was awarded for the best classical music concert at Makarska summer festival in 2015 and with special prize for great contribution to the Split’s musical scene awarded by City of Split and Croatian Musicians’ Union in 2016.
Quartet’s music has been played in various radio shows at Croatian National Radio – First Channel, Third Channel, Voice of Croatia, Radio Split and Slovenian National Radio – Third Channel.
The repertoire consists of transcriptions, works originally written for guitar quartet as well as works composed by Croatian composers dedicated to Split Guitar Quartet, which is in line with the tendency to support work of Croatian composers.