The Hall of the Niš Symphony Orchestra, 20:00 hrs

Dusan Panajotovic

Dusan Panajotovic finished primary music school in Knjaževac with prof. O. Rilak, and High Music School in Nis under prof. Z. Ilic. He graduated and obtained his master degree on Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade under prof. G. Matijević – Nedeljković. During his studies he won: Yamaha Award 2016, first prize on “Summit Music Fest” in Spain, awards from fund of Meri Zezelj-Majer, awards on International String Competition in Nis, etc. He had performed as a soloist at various music festivals, such as BEMUS (2015) and "Neisuoni Deiluoghi" in Italy (2013), as well as with orchestras "Summit music Festival", “Dusan Skovran”, Nis Symphony Orchestra, etc. He played in Berlin Philharmonic Hall as orchestra member in "Deutsch-Skandinavisches Orchestra" and as concertmaster of "Young Euro Classic Orchestra". He honed his craft with H. Shaham, S. Milenković, O. Pokhanovsky, L. Iskadza, and on ISA Music Festival in Wien with full scholarship.

Bojan Mladenović

Bojan Mladenović (1983), pianist, graduated in 2007, and had his specialist degree in 2013 on Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade under prof. L. Stanković. He honed his craft with A. Valdma (Estonija), K. Gekic (Croatia) and J. Kot (Ukraine). In 2009 he started his doctoral study at Faculty of Art in Nis. Mladenović made recordings for RTS, Faculty of Music Art Belgrade and Faculty of Arts Nis. He won various awards on competitions in Serbia and abroad. From October 2007 he has been working on Faculty of Arts in Nis. Mladenović frequently performed, and the most important were concerts with Nis Symphony Orchestra, “Imperio” Orchestra, “Constantinus” Chamber Orchestra, “Anima’ trio, etc, as well as at music festivals such as NIMUS, Nisville, “Spectrum”, “ArtLink”, etc. Besides concerts he held in Serbia, he played as soloist in Italy, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia.

Kristijan Vučković

Kristijan Vučković was born in Nis in 1999. He is a student of High Music School (prof. B. Mladenović). Vuckovic won many awards such as: the 1st prize at International competition for young pianist in Nis (2014, 2015), the 2nd prize at competition in Belgrade (2015), the 1st prize at International competition “Davorin Jenko” in Belgrade (2015). He was invited by Professor Suzana Spaeman from Vienna Konservatorium to participate at several master classes and to perform in Austria under her mentorship. As an extraordinary talented young pianist, Kristijan Vuckovic was also invited to perform in Student’s Center in Belgrade. In 2016, he played solo in Chopin's Piano concerto in E Minor with Nis Symphony orchestra.


Ј.S. Bach (1685-1750)
“Chaconne” from Violin Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
(Dušan Panajotović)

Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
Sonata No. 3 for violin and piano in G minor, L 140 (1916–1917)
Allegro vivo
Intermède: Fantasque et léger
Finale: Très animé
(Dušan Panajotović, Bojan Mladenović)

Eugène Ysaÿe (1858-1931)
Sonata for violin solo No. 3 in D minor ("Ballade"), Op. 27/3
(Dušan Panajotović)

Frédéric Chopin (1810 – 1849)
Etudes op. 10: no. 8 F Major, no. 10 A-Flat Major, no. 1, C Major (1829 – 1833)
Andante spianato e Grande Polonaise, op. 22, E–Flat Major (1830 – 1834)
(Kristijan Vučković)