Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
Koncertna dvorana Vatroslava Lisinskog
Miroslav Škoro is a Croatian musician and politician. His music is characterized by its traditional tamburitza sound, updated to appeal to a contemporary pop audience.He was elected in the 2007 election to serve as a Member of Parliament for the Croatian Democratic Union, taking office on 11 January 2008. He resigned from office[why?] on 19 November 2008 and was replaced in his seat by Berislav Rončević. He emerged onto the Croatian music scene with the debut Ne dirajte mi ravnicu and produced a song of the same name which would go on to be one of the most famous Croatian songs. The tambura group Zlatni dukati released their own cover of the song that same year.In 2002 Škoro collaborated with Marko Perković on the song `Reci, brate moj` (`Tell me, my brother`), the year after collaboration was renewed in the single `Sude mi` (`[They`re] putting me on trial`), dedicated to former Croatian general Ante Gotovina.