Covering a wide range of compositions including pop song and opera, symphonic music and music for children, world music and electronic soundscapes - as far apart as they might seem in terms of musical forms and music genres - the
Banda saksofonista (Gang of Saxophone Players) is the orchestra made by the saxophone students of the Elementary and Secondary Music School Josip Slavenski. The ensemble was formed with the aim of giving young performers the experience of performing chamber music.
After nomination for Victoires du jazz with his first album Brother Stoon in 2013, Baptiste Herbin recorded with many great musicians such as: Keith Brown, Aldo Romano, Essiet Essiet and Jeff Tain Watts, Callisto quartet with Jean-Charles Richard, Stéphane Guillaume
Eva Barthas (1988) began playing the saxophone at the age of 8. She graduated from the Conservatoire of Toulouse with Philippe Lecocq and obtained her Diploma of Musical Studies in 2006. She continued her studies in Christian Wirth’s class in
Francesco Santucci graduated in saxophone at the age of sixteen under the guidance of Alfio Galigani and at the same time studied clarinet and flute. After that he moves to the USA improving further his knowledge under the supervision of
The String Orchestra includes the finest performers in Belgrade. It is specially formed to perform at the "Belgrade Saxperience" Festival. Head of the orchestra is Tijana Milošević, the concertmaster of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Milano Saxophone Quartet was born in 2010 from the meeting of four young musicians from Piedmont, Veneto, Lombardy and Trentino. Thanks to their studies under the guidance of renowned teachers in France, Austria and Italy, they developed a virtuosity
The Mobilis Saxophone quartet was formed by four ambitious saxophone students in Vienna in 2009. All members are now accomplished saxophonists and pedagogues on music schools and universities in Austria and Croatia. The potential of the quartet got an early
Nele Tiebout, born in 1991 in Belgium, is one of the promising young classical saxophone players of her generation. She has impressed in national (National Adolphe Sax Competition, Dinant and Dexia Classics, Brussels) and international competitions (4th International Ensemble and
Nicolas Arsenijevic acquired parallel in recent years, a great stage experience. So he created in 2007, Oblivion Quintet with whom he gives numerous concerts everywhere in France. He participated as a soloist in several concerts with orchestra, particularly with the
Pieter Pellens is a Belgian saxophone player based in Brussels. He studied at the conservatories of Ghent, Milan, Vienna and Brussels. As a freelance musician he worked with ensembles and orchestras such as: Symfonieorkest van de Munt, Brussels Philharmonic, Filarmonica
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 several
Vincent David is the leader of a generation of saxophonists who develops the musical and technical possibilities of his instrument. As solist, he has performed with Philharmonique Orchestra of Radio France, National Orchestra of Toulouse’s Capitole, National Orchestra of Strasbourg,
Aleksandar Sedlar (1982) is a Serbian composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He graduated in composition (2006) at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade with Professor Vlastimir Trajković, as valedictorian. In the same year he won the prize awarded by the
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 National
Whilst completing his education at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Bart Van Beneden started teaching and conducting at an early age, as well as transcribing and arranging for various ensembles. Bart is a playing member of the The Anemos Saxophone
Bojan Zulfikarpašić, born Belgrader, has been living and working for more than two decades in Paris, where he is considered to be an esteemed artist of the French jazz stage. He has a very successful career, and won the most
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,
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 the
Fish in oil performs original instrumental music, colored with a bit of blues, rock and roll, surf, folk, free-jazz, film-music, at the same time avoiding to be classified under any of these. Music of this band reflects accurately the time
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 Grumjo
Gabor Bunford graduated clarinet and saxophone at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He is one of the most prominent saxophonists from Serbia. During his career he collaborated with names such as Djordje Balasevic, Vlado Georgiev, Dejan Cukić, Jelena
Gordan Tudor is one of the leading musicians of his generation, active as a soloist, composer and pedagogue. He is the winner of the national and international competitions of saxophonists and composers, and the winner of the highest artistic awards.
Irina Stefanović was born in Belgrade in 2001 in the family of musicians. She plays the piano since she was four and composes since she was seven. Irina is a student of the Music school Josip Slavenski, where she studies
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,
Soloist, researcher and pedagogue, Claude Delangle, one of the greatest contemporary saxophonists, stands out as the master of the French saxophone. Since 1986, he is invited saxophonist in the Ensemble InterContemporain, he also appears as soloist with the most prestigious
Trio Les Nounours is a new ensemble on the classical music scene in Serbia. They came together with the idea to join their individual qualities in search of a sound that has not been played here so far, and with
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,
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 in
Концерт 25. априла у 18 часова у Културном центру Београда, неће бити отворен за публику али ће се преносити онлајн на Фејсбук страници фестивала Belgrade Saxperience. На овај начин деца ће имати прилику да чују и виде своје вршњаке -
Koncert 30. marta u 19 časova u Ustanovi kulture Parobrod neće biti otvoren za publiku ali će se prenositi onlajn na Fejsbuk stranici festivala Belgrade Saxperience. Na ovaj način deca će imati priliku da čuju i vide svoje vršnjake –
The pianist Odile Catelin-Delangle was born in Avignon. Her predilection for chamber music led her to perform with numerous partners. Her repertoire is vast and shows a great liking for twentieth century music. She has performed in eighty premieres and
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,
The Prometheus Duo is a saxophone/piano duo based between Hartford and New York City, specializing in the masterpieces of baroque music, classical literature, and commissioned contemporary music. As their mythical name implies (bestowing fire to the people), the duo strives
New musical ensemble Sax Nouveau in a short period of time already participated in various important cultural events, including Thessaloniki Allios and The Port Allyos, Balkan Square, Dimitria, Vapopouleio Foundation at the 1st Pan-Hellenic and Pancyprian Saxophone Meeting in Volos,
This is a unique combination of deejaying and a live performance on the saxophone. It’s a high energy mix of deejay passion fused with freestyle sax performance which delivers you unique experience. This most sought after live show on the
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.
Mikhail Morozov (1978, Moscow), Russian saxophonist, composer, conductor, arranger and producer. He graduated saxophone at the State College Brass Art. He learned the basics from the legendary Soviet musician Tovmas Gevorkyan. He studied military conducting at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
Tatjana Vukmirović graduated and received a master's degree in piano performance at FMU in Belgrade in the class of prof. Mirjana Vukdragović. She started her professional engagement at the School for Music Talents in Ćuprija with the recommendation of the
Saxophonist, arranger and composer. Uglješa was born in 1983 in Belgrade, Serbia. Completed the master studies in Graz, Austria, in the class of professor Karlheinz Miklin. During his studies he took lessons for one year with the legendary saxophonist Don
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. He