Marko Vušković -
Marko Vušković, Croatian singer, baritone (Supetar, 21 July 1877 – Zagreb, 24 February 1960) is considered the largest Croatian drama baritone and the first Croatian singer of European reach.
He studied music at the Split Music Society „Zvonimir“, singing at the Conservatory in Vienna. He sang in Opava, Berlin, Wurzberg, Zagreb, Prague and Vienna. He had a strong and expressive voice, impressive phenomena, great musicality, broad culture and exceptional creative power. He has performed anthology roles in the operas of I. Zajac, R. Wagera, G. Verdija, G. Puccinija, P.I. Čajkovskog, M.P. Musorgskoga, B. Berse, J.Hatzea.
Visit the lecture taking place in Supetar’s Library, on July 12th, to learn more about his life!
Source: Croatian Encyclopedia, L.Z. M. K.