Belgrade Saxperience 2020 – Participants
Duo Alloy consists of saxophonist Mojca Pecman and pianist Ana Marković. With word “Alloy” in their name, as a description of bond between metals, this duo aim for musical bond of powerful sounds of saxophone and piano. Studying at theRead more.
Oleg Kireyev is the first Russian musician, who combined ethnic jazz motifs with amazing Bashkir folk instruments and incredible throat singing. In 1985, when ethnic music began to gain popularity all over the world, Oleg formed a group called Orlan,Read more.
Milan Savic received his degree in Saxophone Performance and Music Education at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts in the class of Gordan Tudor, and also holds a Clarinet Degree from Belgrade University’s Faculty of Music Art, where he studied inRead more.
Simon Diricq is the first belgian saxophonist graduated of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Paris. In 2010, he won the First Grand Prix Adolphe Sax at the famous International Saxophone Competition in Dinant. He also impressed at severalRead more.
Ana Radovanovic has graduated classical singing and finished PHD studies in chamber music at the Faculty of music in Belgrade (Serbia). Her professional engagement includes both operatic roles and concerts. As a member of Opera studio of the Belgrade NationalRead more.
Maja Bosnić (1985, Serbia) is a composer and performer from Belgrade. In her music, she re-questions and examines accustomed phenomena in the process of music making, exposes them to concepts of everyday life (habits of the society, modern trends, pop culture,Read more.
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.Read more.
Ivan Brkljačić (Belgrade, 1977) graduated at the Faculty of Music, Department of composition and orchestration, in the class of Srđan Hofman. He obtained his Master Degree in composition at the same faculty in the class of Zoran Erić,Read more.
Uki Ovaskainen is the winner of the 1st prize, the special prize Contemporanea, as well as the prize of the audience at Premio Jaen piano competition in Spain. He performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe. HeRead more.
Flavijen Kazaćo je počeo muzičko obrazovanje sa pet godina svirajući violinu. Nedugo zatim, njegovo interesovanje se usmerava na klavir i tada počinje školovanje kod Olge i Jevgenija Mogilevskog, profesora Kraljevskog konzervatorijuma u Briselu. Flavijen nastavlja studije na Konzervatorijumu Artur GrumjoRead more.
Dragan Ćalina is Serbian pianist based in Belgrade. He graduated from Bachelor and Master Degree for Jazz piano at Conservatorium van Amsterdam, where he got the scholarship for Master studies. Dragan played with various jazz artists such as Dusko Gojkovic,Read more.
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