05.06.2021. - 10.06.2021.
...each violin has it's secret and, as you may see, only in the artist's hands does the secret of the violin transforms into a riddle even more mysterious, because the player's hand is a powerful force, conveying heartbeat, and flickering of the nerves into strings...
Miroslav Krleža: "Zastave"
Ludmilla Aloysia Weiser was born 9th of August 1847. in Zagreb. Her father was renowned master luthier Ivan Nepomuk Weiser, one of the first professional luthiers in Zagreb. Because of his quality tamburas Franjo Ks. Kuhač called him „Amatti of tambura”, and is important to notice that he was one of the earliest in Zagreb who created, maintained and repaired the instruments of HGZ. In 1856. Ludmilla started attending classes of Antun Schwarz at the Musical school of HGZ. She displayed exceptional skill and talent already at the pupil productions, which made her known to the wider audience as musical artist. Compositions of Antun Schwarz which were dedicated to Ludmilla bear testament to her immense talent.