Tamara Perc


Tamara Perc acquired primary and secondary music education in Križevci at the Albert Štriga Secondary School. She graduated high school in the class of prof. X. Sahatxhija.

She studied at the High School of Music “Ino Mirković” in the class of prof. C. Marchione and prof. N. Munitić.

During her studies she won the 3rd prize at the international competition “Simone Salmaso” in Viareggio (Italy) and a special prize at the II. international competition for young guitarists in Velbert (Germany).

She graduated from the Academy of Music at the University of Zagreb with prof. I. Roemer, and after that she received her master’s degree from the Hogezuyd school voor Muziek in Maastricht (Netherlands) in the class of prof. C. Marchione.

She participated in the forum “Darko Lukić” in which she held an all-night concert in the small concert hall of Vatroslav Lisinski and also in the cycle “Young musicians in Matica Hrvatska”.

After her studies she played in the Chamber Ensemble with which she held concerts in Križevci at the Guitar Days, in Lipik in the cycle of concerts Fortissimo possibile, in Pula at Pula guitar fest, furthermore at guitar festivals in Poreč, Opatija, Rijeka, Split, Zagreb, and Omiš as well as in Gorizia (Italy) at the International Guitar Festival “Enrico Mercatali”. With Laurum, she recorded the first CD with original compositions by members of the ensemble called “Laurum”.

She participated in seminars of renowned guitarists such as I. Roemer, Z. Dukić, C. Cotsiolis, D. Tanenbaum, A. Vidović, P. Steidl, M. Dylle, B. Head, P. Pegorar, L. Kuropaczewski and others.

She is a regular member of the expert jury at the competition “Mladi Padovec” in Novi Marof and at the Pula guitar fest. She was also a member of the jury at the Omiš guitar fest, Poreč fest and at the international competition “Enrico Mercatalli” in Gorizia.

She regularly participates with students in various competitions where she wins national and international awards, of which the 1st prizes can be singled out at the international competition Omiš Guitar Fest, Enrico Mercatali in Gorizia (Italy), Poreč Tirando in Poreč and the International Competition for Young Guitarists “Andres Segovia “In Velbert (Germany).

In addition to performances and results with her guitar students, she has been leading the children’s choir at the Albert Štriga Music School for several years, with which she has won awards at the Music Festival in Varaždin (Croatia) for several years in a row.

In 2015, she organized the Guitar Days in Križevci, where concerts, workshops and professional training were held for three days, all as part of the seventieth anniversary of the Albert Štriga Secondary School.

In the same year she participated in the organization of the Sonus op. 1 competition in Križevci.

From 2010 to 2018, she was the leader of the Inter-County Council of Guitar Educators, within which she organized professional meetings where she gave lectures.

She is a member of the Association of Croatian Orchestral and Chamber Artists and the Croatian Association of Guitar Educators.

She works as a guitar teacher at the Vatroslav Lisinski Music School in Zagreb (Croatia).