Svetlana Savić 

Svetlana Savić (1971, Belgrade) is an Associate Professor and the Head at the Composition Department of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Since 2011 she works as a lecturer at the Interdisciplinary studies at the University of Art in Belgrade.
Svetlana won “Stevan Mokranjac” prize for 2014. In 2016, she has been rewarded with the award “Composer of the Year” for her piece “About wolves and trains” by the magazine Musica Clasica. During her studies, she won two awards at the International Review of Composers and the award of the Vasilije Mokranjac Foundation.
Her compositions were commissioned for Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS), International Review of Composers, Cello Fest, and other festivals and concerts in Serbia and around the world.
She has collaborated with renowned Serbian and foreign performers, ensembles, and orchestras, such as Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, RTS Symphony Orchestra, Academic Choir Collegium Musicum, Strings of St. George, Construction Site Contemporary Music Ensemble, Ensemble Metamorphosis, Belgrade chamber Orchestra Ljubica Maric, Trio Motion and others.

Her major works include The Poor Sad Don Juan’s Daughter for soloists, women’s choir, and electronics, Quincunx for string orchestra, Sustineo for symphonic orchestra, Songs about Stars for women’s choir and chamber orchestra, Re-versions for chamber ensemble, Trapped for women’s choir and electronics, and Sonnets for female vocal, violoncello, piano, and electronics.

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