Let us face the truth: the number of piano recitals in Split in the course of a year can be counted on the fingers of one hand. We can try to ease our conscience by searching for justifications for such a situation and offering the excuses of improper competences, eternally poor finances, and political as well as personal affinities, all jumbled up together. Guilt is always an uncomfortable topic to discuss, but it is there, and is probably equally distributed among all of us, dispersed in the labyrinths of bureaucracy and our own mentality. Doing something in an environment such as this one is an expression of the spirit known as “spli’ski dišpet” (a kind of spite, obstinacy indigenous to Split), a spirit which is nothing but a complete commitment paired with the faith in oneself and one's intent, and finally – as paradoxically as it may sound – with the faith in people..Learn more
The rich offer for tourists and the unique cultural heritage with many cultural and tourist
events give Split its special charm which makes it an ideal course destination. Located in the
heart of Dalmatia, Split is an eternally young city with around 200.000 inhabitants. It has
lived its urban rhythm for 1700 years around the Diocletian's palace, the historical centre of
the city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.