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Thursday, 7 July
Captain Miša’s Mansion Courtyard at 9 PM

In case of rain: Kolarac Foundation Hall


The concert features songs from Zoran Predin and Matija Dedić’s new CD, Tragovi u sjeti 2, as well as songs which were recorded on their first album, Tragovi u sjeti 1. Тhis is an evening of great ex YU hits, written by Arsen Dedić, Goran Bregović, Bajaga, Vlada Divljan, Kornelije Kovač and others, specially arranged by Zoran and Matija, with Matija’s magnificent playing and Zoran’s memorable voice. Several of their friends – the authors of these songs – will make guest appearances at the concert in Belgrade.  
Zoran Predin has received warm welcome from the Belgrade audience on numerous occasions, as a soloist and also as the front man of the cult band Lačni Franc. One of Zoran’s best concerts in Belgrade, with legendary Arsen Dedić, took part in the 1980s. Unfortunately, Arsen is gone, but his songs still remain, as well as his son Matija.
Zoran Predin, born in Maribor in 1958, is a Slovenian rock musician and songwriter. He was the frontman of the folk-rock band Lačni Franc in the eighties. He also wrote music for film, television and theater.  
In the late 1990s and at the beginning of the new century he toured with rock singers Pera Lovšin and Vlada Kreslin. They composed the Slovenian football team anthem for EURO 2000.
Zoran Predin performed at the Belgrade Summer Festival (BELEF) in 2010 as part of the programme that marked 30 years since the release of the legendary album Paket Aranžman (Package Deal) and the beginning of the famous new wave in music of former Yugoslavia.

Matija Dedić was born in 1973 in Zagreb into a family of musicians. At the age of five he was already playing classical music on the piano and later he graduated from the Secondary Music School “Vatroslav Lisinski” in Zagreb. He studied jazz piano in Graz at the University for Music and Performing Arts, where he graduated in 1997 in the class of Harald Neuwirth.  
During the 1990s he performed with the band Boliers Quartet which accompanied the jazz music greats such as Benny Golson, Kenny Burrell, Roy Haynes, José Feliciano, as well as the group All Stars Band. By the end of the 1990s he formed the Matija Dedić Trio, which performed his own compositions. Over the years he has been playing in almost all European countries and in the United States as well with some really big names, such as: Alvin Queen, Martin Drew, Ron Ringwood, Boško Petrović, Marc Murphy Band, Patrizia Conte… He also writes music for television and theatre, and performs with popular artists of the Croatian pop scene.
In 2000 Cantus Records released his first solo album called Solo Part 1, and the second album Handwriting followed in 2001, for which he won three Porin awards. In 2002, he performed at the jazz festival the Montreux Jazz in France, as one of the 11 finalists out of 400 pianists from all over the world. In 2004 he released his album Tempera, featuring twelve Gibonni’s songs of his own choice. One year later, he recorded the album Drugi pogled  (The Second Look) which included the most popular songs of his father, Arsen Dedić. Along with the Belgian contrabassist Jean-Louis Rassinfosse and the Czech drummer Marek Patrman he recorded the album Visiting Bruxeless in 2006. In 2015, after nearly 15 years, Matija Dedić released his new solo CD Ligherian Rhapsody.

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