Tony Cetinski

Tony Cetinski was awarded the Redom Danica with Marko Marulić for their contribution to culture. A winner of Porina, with numerous awards, Tony Cetinski has been the most broadcasted performer in Croatia for the last 4 years according to ZAMP statistics.

Tony Cetinski's outstanding vocal abilities are recognized around the world. Tony has recorded a duet "Dolce Suono" with the famous tenor Jose Carreras, whose concert was promoted in Zagreb in 2007. Another event was held by Jose Carreras at the Zagreb Arena on 19.12.2009, after which Tony has toured with the famous tenor, along with Celine Byrne, thus reaffirming their successful cooperation. As an opener for Michael Bolton, Toni Cetinski performed in concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall. Tony impressed English audiences with his interpretations of songs "Caruso" and "O Sole Mio."

After having filled all the larger halls in Croatia and the region, Tony in 2008. fulfilled his dream and sang at the sold-out Pula Arena.

His new crossover album "Da Capo," with 14 songs, has been on the market since June 2010. The album features the world's classics: "E Lucevan Le Stelle," "Torna a Surriento," "Parla Mi d'Amore Maria,” "Chitarra Romana," "Non Ti Scordar di Me," "Nessun Dorma", in addition to a few new crossover songs. Two songs on the album were composed by Tony Cetinski, while the producer and arranger of the new album was John Cameron. All the songs on the album are played with the Slovenian Symphony Orchestra and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra.

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  • 1991: Srce nikad ne laže
  • 1992: Ljubomora 1
  • 1993: Ljubomora 2
  • 1995: Ljubav i bol
  • 1997: Prah i pepeo
  • 1998: A1
  • 2000: Triptonyc
  • 2003: A sada...
  • 2005: Budi uz mene
  • 2007: Tony Cetinski i prijatelji
  • 2008: Ako to se zove ljubav
  • 2010: Da Capo