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3 APR 2024

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Aranđelovac, Music School.

30 MAR 2024

Solis ortus performed by Violint string ensemble. Novi Sad, City Hall.

25 MAR 2024

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Sremska Mitrovica, Music School.

17 DEC 2023

Solis ortus performed by Violint string ensemble. World premiere. Novi Sad, Gallery of Matica Srpska.

20 apr 2023

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Smederevo Museum.

3 MAR 2023

Scherzo for flute and string orchestra performed by Ružica Tursunović flute and Šabac Music School orchestra, conducted by Goran Dimitrijević. Šabac Theatre.

26 nov 2022

Scherzo for flute and piano performed by Ružica Tursunović flute and Zorana Mrkić piano. Šabac, Music School.

6 oct 2022

Second Month of Autumn for bassoon and piano performed at the 31st International Review of Composers in Belgrade. Goran Marinković bassoon, Tea Dimitrijević piano. Belgrade, Delta House.

2 jul 2022

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Novi Sad, Egység Cultural Station.

29 jun 2022

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Gornji Milanovac.

19 apr 2022

String Quartet No 3 performed by Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Gladović Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello. Valjevo, Music School. World premiere.

16 oct 2021

Prelude and Scherzo performed by Violint string ensembe. Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad.

5 oct 2020

Prelude and Scherzo performed by Violint string ensembe. Egység Cultural Station, Novi Sad. Watch on YouTube: Prelude, Scherzo

5 oct 2019

Mountains for piano quintet performed at the 28th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Student Cultural Centre. Belgrade String Quartet, Nevenka Tatić violin, Vladimir Vasiljević violin, Ivana Erčić viola, Dušan Stojanović violoncello and Ljiljana Vukelja piano. Listen on SoundCloud.

20 mar 2019

Prelude and Hundred Years Forest published by the Composers’ Association of Serbia, “Little Piano Adventures” collection. Sheet music available at the Composers’ Association of Serbia website.

11 mar 2019

Piano Trio No 1 performed by Belgrade Trio. Belgrade, Italian Cultural Centre. Watch on YouTube.

1 mar 2019

Autogram · Radio release about the composer’s work, with a particular review of the composition “Jezero” (The Lake) for soprano and symphony orchestra. Second Programme of Radio Belgrade. Presented by Zorica Premate. Listen in Serbian language.

29 nov 2018

Piano Trio No 1 performed by Belgrade Trio. Novi Sad. World premiere.

1 oct 2018

Robots performed by Dušan Mulić violin and Sara Ćaćić piano. Bratislava, Slovakia. Watch on YouTube.

18 nov 2017

Jezero for soprano and symphony orchestra · Aleksandra Jovanović soprano, Serbian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stanko Jovanović conductor. World premiere. Belgrade, Kolarac Hall. Watch on YouTube.

10 oct 2017

Preludio for string orchestra performed at the 26th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Student Cultural Centre. String ensemble Concertante, conductor Milena Injac. Listen on SoundCloud. 

9 feb 2017

Gnomon performed by Niš Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Milena Injac. World premiere.

18 apr 2016

Arrangement of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Jesus bleibet meine Freude Choral from the cantata “Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben”, BWV 147, for piano for four hands performed at the Republic Competition of Music Students of Serbia by Ana Radnić and Marija Dragutinović.

27 sep 2015

Thawing performed at the 24th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Foyer of the National Bank of Serbia. Mirjana Nešković violin, Miljana Popović, violin, Neda Hofman piano. Listen on SoundCloud.

9 may 2015

Three Poems of Duška Kisin, Epitaphs, San (Dream) – songs composed to lyrics of Duška Kisin, performed by Marija Vasić soprano and Aleksandra Dragosavac piano. Belgrade, Đura Jakšić’s House.

20 feb 2015

Sonnet Sixty of William Shakespeare performed at Herkimer College, New York, USA, by the Voice Trio – Emily Burn, Victoria Couper, Clemmie Franks – and Matt Haimowitz, cello. World premiere.

15 dec 2014

Preludio performed at Conservatorio superior de música “ÓSCAR ESPLÁ” de Alicante, Spain. Conductor Milena Injac.

7 jun 2014

San (Dream, lyrics by Duška Kisin) included in the VI volume of the Anthology of Serbian Art Song, selected by Dr Ana Stefanović, has been published by the Association of Composers of Serbia. (Listen on SoundCloud.)

“The compositions that make up the content of the VI volume of the Anthology of Serbian Art Songs are the works of authors born from 1949 to 1977 and were created from 1995 to 2008. They represent current creations in the field of music for voice and piano or a smaller number of instruments in the last decade of the 20th and the first decade of the 21st century. Composers included in the Anthology are Vladimir Tošić, Miloš Zatkalik, Milana Stojadinović Milić, Goran Marinković, Božo Banović, Isidora Žebeljan, Đuro Živković, Milorad Marinković, Ivan Brkljačić and Branka Popović.”

17 apr 2014

Two Pieces for Wind Quintet performed in Sydney, Australia, by the Sydney Contemporary Orchestra. Samantha Joseph flute, Niamh Dell oboe, Katrina Todd clarinet, Tian Tian Zhang bassoon, Arianne Rooney French horn. Conductor Dr Brian Chatpo Koo. Australian premiere.

11 nov 2013

Not-Too-Shiny Sea performed at the 22nd International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Foyer of the National Bank of Serbia. Borislav Čičovački oboe, Ivana Grahovac cello, Milana Zarić harp. Listen on SoundCloud.

6 nov 2012

Two Pieces for Wind Quintet performed at the 21st International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Foyer of the National Bank of Serbia. Ljubiša Jovanović flute, Dragan Lazić oboe, Ognjen Popović clarinet, Igor Lazić French horn, Goran Marinković bassoon. World premiere.

12 nov 2011

Prolećna pesma (Spring Song, lyrics by Desanka Maksimović) performed at the 20th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Foyer of the National Bank of Serbia. Donne di Belgrado – Aneta Ilić soprano, Stana Krstajić flute, Natalija Mladenović piano. Listen on SoundCloud.

19 nov 2010

Four Parts of a Kingdom performed at the 19th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Hall of the Association of Serbian Composers. Stana Krstajić flute, Vera Ogrizović guitar. Listen on SoundCloud.

23 may 2007

Scherzo, There and Back and Robots performed by Radmila Bocev violin and Božo Banović piano. Loznica, Music school. Listen on SoundCloud: Robots

12 jun 2006

Adagio performed by Luis Andrade cello and Božo Banović piano. Šabac, Music school.

15 feb 2004

There and Back performed in Cankova, Slovenia. Cveto Kobal flute, Damjan Stanišić guitar.

5 jun 2003

There and Back performed by Dušan Karanfilović flute and Božo Banović piano. Šabac, Music school.

29 may 2003

San (Dream, Lyrics by Duška Kisin) performed at the festival of art song “Obzorja na Tisi” in Novi Bečej, Serbia. Sofija Pižurica soprano, Jelena Đajić piano. Listen on SoundCloud.

22 may 2002

Adagio performed by Bojan Tirmenštajn cello and Svetlana Tirmenštajn piano. Loznica, Music school.

14 may 2002

Robots performed by Goran Dimitrijević violin and Božo Banović piano. Šabac, Music school.

18 may 1997

Two Poems of Emily Dickinson performed at the 6th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Hall of the Belgrade Philharmonics. Aneta Ilić soprano, Ljubiša Jovanović flute, Predrag Ivanović French horn, Ivana Matejić vioina, Katarina Milošević violin, Nataša Stanojević viola, Ladislav Mezei cello, Dejan Sinadinović piano, conductor: Biljana Radovanović

14 may 1995

String Quartet No 1 performed at the 4th International Review of Composers. Belgrade, Sava centar. Gordana Nedeljković-Matijević violin, Igor Aleksić violin, Milija Branković viola, Ladislav Mezei cello. Listen to the studio recording of the work.

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