Poetica Music has toured Europe, the Middle East, South America, Africa and Asia with performances at some of the most prestigious international festivals such as:
We have been sponsored by the Martinu Foundation, the Janaček Foundation and the Baroque Theater Foundation of the Česky Krumlov Chateau, among others. Our venues include the Victoria and Albert Museum, the St-Martin-in-the-Fields and the Holywell Music Room of Oxford University in Great Britain. Our concerts were presented at the American Days Festival in Bialystok, Poland and the famous Dzieknka Chamber Music Series presented by the Chopin Academy in Warsaw. We have toured over sixty nations including Slovakia, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Croatia, Rumania, Turkey, Kuwait, Peru, Guyana, Azerbaijan, Israel, Jordan, Jamaica, Tajikistan, Russia, Lithuania, Estonia and Guyana.
Locally, Poetica Musica has also performed at Carnegie Hall while participating in the Hans Christian Andersen Festival, a worldwide celebration commemorating the Bicentennial of Hans Christian Andersen sponsored by the Hans Christian Andersen Foundation in Denmark and the Royal Danish Consulate General in New York. We have toured India participating in music series in Pune, Calcutta, Mumbai, New Delhi and Shilong under the auspices of the Mehli Mehta Foundation and the United States Embassy in New Delhi and United States Consulate in Mumbai as well as in “Grieg Week”, a celebration of the music of Edvard Grieg sponsored by the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in New York performing at Carnegie Hall. Notably Poetica Musica has performed to critical acclaim at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and the World Bank.
Poetica Musica has performed on live broadcasts from the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, CNN World Report, CNN Turk, Radio Baku. Radio Damascus, Radio Guyana, WNYC and has given lectures and master classes all over the world including Israel, Jordan, Turkey, Serbia, Slovakia, Romania and Peru in music academies, public schools, community centers, and hospitals
Members of Poetica Musica helped to found a music festival in Ulcinj, Montenegro supported by the United States Embassy in Podgorica, Teuta, the Albanian-American Cultural Foundation and the Municipality of Ulcinj. The goal of the festival is to bring together young artists from all over the Balkans, most especially from the former Yugoslavia.
Poetica Musica has received the Ambassador’s Award for Cultural Diplomacy from the United States Department of State headed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
• Istanbul International Festival
• Bergen Festival in Norway
• Dark Days Festival in Iceland
• Sarajevo Festival in Bosnia
• Janaček in Hukvaldy Festival
• South Bohemia Festival
• Concentus Moraviae Festival
• Česky Krumlov Chamber Music Fesitval
• Martinu Festival in the Czech Republic