We invite you to an online concert of the renowned Croatian flutist Dani Bošnjak on Friday, 28 May from 6 PM, which will be broadcast on the MBZ’s YouTube channel.
At the concert featuring pieces by three female and male composers of different generations, Bošnjak will present a wide range of sounds ranging from piccolo to bass flute, interlaced with electronics. You will hear the pieces by Romanian authors, mother and daughter, Doina Rotaru and Diana Rotaru, Finnish-French composer Kaija Saariaho (a composition inspired by bird flight and the writing of Saint-John Perse), as well as a piece by the Biennale founder Milko Kelemen – as Bošnjak put it, that piece, Fabliau I, has been “following him around his whole life”. Dani Bošnjak will also give the Croatian premiere of Mixórdia IV, Transmitting by Tomislav Oliver and the first performance of Burlesque, the miniatures for piccolo by Dubravko Detoni. 
Join us for the Discussion formats of the 31st MBZ on Saturday, 29 May, from 12 PM at the Gallery of the Museum of Contemporary Art:
Composer and musicologist Lukas Haselböck will hold a lecture on Gérard Grisey, musicologist Seadeta Midžić and dramaturge Vedrana Klepica will talk about the Youth Company, its legacy and influence on today’s artists, and about the Croatian composer Malec, while composer Elżbieta Sikora will present her Half a century of creative activities.
The Discussion formats end with a joint discussion on Women composers in electronic, electroacoustic and acousmatic music, also a discussion on the reflection on the artistic creation of women held at 4 PM. Discussion moderator is Margareta Ferek-Petrić, and the participants include Elżbieta Sikora, Seadeta Midžić, Vedrana Klepica, Michelle Agnes Magalhaes, Yalda Zamani, Lukas Haselböck and Nicolas Debade. 
Join us for the conclusion of the second Biennale block, with the final program that will take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Saturday, 29 May at 10.30 PM:
The Female Heroes of Acousmatic Music is a collaborative program between the MBZ and the INA GRM (Groupe de la Recherche Musicale at the National Audiovisual Institute in Paris) and is dedicated to the female authors of what is known as "loudspeaker music," a type of electronic music where “the sound source cannot be accurately identified, so the visitor focuses on the actual listening experience,” as described by the MBZ director Margareta Ferek-Petrić.
Admission to all Biennale events is free, but the tickets must be pre-booked at mbz@hds.hr. Tickets can be picked up at the MBZ’s information desks two hours prior to the event. Booking will expire if the ticket is not picked up 30 minutes prior to the event. Will Call/Box Office Pickup is REQUIRED!