Musik/Music, Vortrag/Praesentation

Mother Day’s Matinée & Fashion Show

Zsuzsanna Litscher-Nagy (Querflöte) & Jadranka Cvitković (Klavier)

The two musicians Jadranka Cvitković (piano) and Zsuzsanna Litscher-Nagy (flute) will perform a musical Mother’s Day with works by Philippe Gaubert, Enrique Granados, Claude Debussy, Mel Bonis, Franz Liszt, Paula Fain, Sergei Rachmaninov, Frederic Chopin, Gabriel Fauré, Sergei Prokofiev.

During the interval there will be a fashion show by NEST DER TIGER (Anna Gerlitz-Ottitsch)

with Anna Suschnigg, BA, Sarah Winter & Christian Ottitsch.

Anna Gerlitz-Ottitsch

Zsuzsanna Litscher-Nagy, born in Miskolc (Hungary), attended the Zoltan Kodaly Music Conservatory in Debrecen. From 1990 to 1994 she played in the Symphonic Youth Orchestra of the Zoltan Kodaly Conservatory and performed in Germany, Austria, France, Romania and the USA. In 1994 she began her studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. In 1998 she received a performance scholarship from the Forum Hungaricum. In 1999 she was a scholarship holder in the international summer academy “Prague-Vienna-Budapest”. She completed her concert studies in May 2001 and her teaching qualification in June 1999. Further studies took her to Munich and Mainz. After her studies, she pursued her artistic activities as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician. Since 1995 she has been a member of the “Ensemble für Neue Musik Graz”. Between 2000 and 2006 she played in the Graz Symphonic Orchestra. Numerous chamber music performances with the Phönix Wind Quintet, Flautoscope Flute Quartet.

Member of the Graz City Orchestra and the Capella Calliope in the Herz Jesu Church in Graz.
Regular concerts in the instrumentation flute-piano/organ/vocals. Prize winner of the 8th Harmonia Classica Competition for flute and piano (2013).
Since the foundation of the “Phönix Bläserquintett” in 2007 its flutist.
She is currently a flute teacher at the Art and Music School in Gratkorn and BRG HIB-Liebenau.

Jadranka Cvitković was born in Zagreb. She received piano lessons from the age of 9 at the music school “Vatroslav Lisinski” in Zagreb, Croatia. Already as a pupil, she often won prizes at national and state competitions. She attended numerous master classes, appeared in numerous television and radio programmes and gained pianistic experience in various European countries.

After graduating from high school, her dream came true to study in Graz with the renowned pianist and teacher Prof. Sebastian Benda. In his training class she became especially familiar with the interpretation of the Viennese classical music. She also worked with the pianists Thomas Duis, Alexandr Satz, Manfred Tausch and the well-known violinist Erich Höbarth. She completed her master’s degree in piano concert performance and piano pedagogy in Graz. In 2006 she completed her doctoral studies at the Institute for Music Research with distinction.

In 2001 she founded the successful “Classical Concert Series at the GrazMuseum” to revive the tradition of small and intimate concerts (so-called “house concerts”). With numerous solo and chamber music performances in recent years, she has successfully integrated the concert series in the GrazMuseum into the musical life of Graz city centre. CD production with works by Brahms, Chopin and Debussy.

P.S.: Jadranka loves cosmopolitan, modern and critical audiences.


The “Classical Concert Series at the GrazMuseum” was founded in 2001 with the idea of reviving classical concerts in an intimate, small setting and the house concerts so common in the 19th century among friends and acquaintances in this way. They thus offer a somewhat different atmosphere. The music is experienced up close and personal, and in the breaks or after the concert you can also chat with the artists. In this way, this concert series differs from concerts in large houses.

The programme includes several concerts a year with a variety of interesting instrumentations, such as piano solo concerts, piano and voice, piano duo concerts, piano and guitar, piano and harp,…


  • Please make reservations not later than the evening before the programme begins: or +43 316 262787. Negative Corona test – not older than 24 hours, FFP2 masque!