Mislav Režić | PRESS

Review of solo recital in monastery of St. Francis in Split April 2002
Music lovers in Split were once more won over by guitarist Mislav Režić. Režić now plays free and relaxing, because his delivery of music is now complete.
Written by Tatjana Alajbeg for Slobodna Dalmacija 5.4.2002

About Ensemble Machetes’ performance of Henze’s El Cimarrón at Time of Music Festival in Viitasaari, Finland
This “recital for four musicians” is a full package from beginning to the end.
Helsingin Sanomat, July 2011

Guest in the concert of Tanja Šimić – mezzosoprano
Tanja’s guest in the concert was Mislav Režić, young guitarist from Split who made everyone breathless with his virtuosity and unusual choice of program.
Makarska Online 28.08.2007

Concert with Gregor Schulenburg in Broek, NL – October 2006
Režić’s guitar playing in variations on a theme from Rossini’s Barbier van Sevilla sounded rich and orchestrated, with fabulous finger work that sometimes reminded of flamenco.
Written by Durk Visser, Jouster Courant, 01.11.2006

Croatian Embassy concert in Palazzo Barberini, Rome June, 2006
These concerts held in magnificant décor of Palazzo Barberini have been happening for already a number of years…
…Režić played Fandango by Boccherini powerfully and with rhythmical sovereignty, giving it necessary vivacity, and yet with a great musical feeling.

Inoslav Bešker, Jutarnji list 20.06.2005

About solo recital in Kotor, Montenegro, May 2006
This young world famous guitarist came to Kotor and presented himself with remarkable ability of guitar playing. The audience enjoyed in the “speech” of Režić’s guitar. The strings of his instrument produced the most beautiful sounds. Truly moved audience greeted Režić’s high-class musicianship with ovations.
Croatian Herald, Montenegro – June 2006

Concert by Mislav Režić in Vitturi Palace, August 2003
His musicianship is mainly based on tonal colors as a base of interpretation, and that is a product of perfectionism of Dukić, which showed out to be a right choice for a guitarist with such intellectual level.
La Catedral by Barrios-Mangore and En los trigales by Rodrigo were played with sumptuous sound of great dynamical range that gave evidence of tonal progress. Music for Guitar by Frano Parać attracted with its rich inventions.Brouwer’s Sonata discovered a huge progress in Režić’s suggestive interpretation. Rich moods and sensible turnings were faithfully described.

Tatjana Alajbeg 19.08.2003. Slobodna Dalmacija