'A startling temperamental force and mastery'
After his American debut at the Discovery Series of the Miami International Piano Festival in 2003, Misha Dacić quickly became a sought-after soloist who captured audiences throughout the United States performing at some of the most eminent venues such as Ravinia’s Rising Stars Series in Chicago, Gilmore Keyboard Festival, Xavier Classical Piano Series Cincinnati, Frederic Chopin Society's Concert Series Minneapolis, among numerous others.
Virtuosity, spontaneity, and the utmost individuality in approching the works of music charachterize Dacic's pianism of immense conviction, flair and communicative immediacy.
Dacić has appeared in solo recitals as well as a guest soloist throughout Central and South America, Europe, Russia, Japan, and Middle East. He performed at the "Martha Argerich Project Festival" in Lugano, at Mendelssohn's house in Leipzig, at Sergiu Celibidache Festival in Bucharest, at the Festival "Raritäten der Klaviermusik" in Husum, at the International Piano Festival En Blanco & Negro in Mexico City, at the Oji Hall in Tokyo, with the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra at Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2009 he joined the legendary violinist Ida Haendel on a tour in Japan, performing with her all over the world ever since. One of their live performances was captured on a DVD released by VAI. “Misha Dacić in Recital”, featuring several live performances, was also released by VAI in 2009. Celebrating Franz Liszt’s 200th anniversary in 2011, Dacić’s Liszt album, released by Piano Classics, was greatly received by the critic worldwide. In 2018, Brilliant Classics released Dacić's album feauturing works by A. Scriabin.
Misha Dacic plays this extremely challenging arrangment by A. Volodos on Rachmaninovs piece at Lincoln Theater - Miami Beach.
Dacic plays Fantasie un fuge uber den Choral 'Ad nos ad salutem undam', arranged by Ferrucio Busoni.
On March 6th, 2011, Misha Dacic performed the "Liszt Marathon" on Broward Center for the Performing Arts (Florida). Here is an excerpt of that unforgettable night.
Russian pianist Ilya Itin speaks about Nikolai Medtner's Op. 38 & 39 "Forgotten Melodies", prior to a performance of the same pieces.
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