Anjela Bratić, flute – Nikola Cvetković, piano

Wednesday 03. July at 20.30
CITY MUSEUM – LJUBLJANA


Programme:

John Rutter (1945), Suite Antique for Flute and Piano

Maurice Ravel (1875–1937), Pavane pour une infante défunte

Gary Schocker (1959), Regrets and Resolutions

Jacob Gade (1879–1963) / Toke Lund Christiansen (1947), Tango Fantasia

Ennio Morricone (1928), Cinema Paradiso

Antonio Bazzini (1818–1897), La ronde des lutins, Scherzo fantastique Op. 25


Andjela Bratić graduated at the Music Academy in Belgrade and obtained her MA degree at the University Johannes Gutenberg (Hochschule für Musik) in Mainz, in the class of prof. Dejan Gavrić. She has upgraded her skills at masterclasses with the renowned flutists and pedagogues I. Grafenauer, J. Balint, J. Arnheim and D. Flury. She is a winner of many national and international awards. As a soloist, she has performed with the Symphony Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), the Symphony Orchestra of Radio-Television Serbia, Montenegro Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra from Prague, Niš Symphony Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of the Faculty of Arts in Niš, the Academic Orchestra of Students, Cultural Centre (SKC) of the University of Niš, the Chamber Orchestra Imperio, under the leadership of distinguished conductors. She has participated in the prominent festivals in the country – Niš International Music Festival (NIMUS), the Mokranjac’s Days, the Yew Flower (Tisin cvet), Constantinus, as well as the Chronicle of Bar (Barski ljetopis), the Days of Music, Espressivo in Montenegro and Spectrum in Slovenia. She has performed with great success in Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), in Seoul (South Korea), Washington and Charlotte (USA), Tokyo (Japan) and many other countries in Europe. She was also the member of the Mozarteum Orchestra, the Strauss Festival Orchestra and the Balkan Orchestra. These memberships enabled her to perform on tours in Germany, Austria, Spain and Japan. She has recorded for the purposes of Radio Television Serbia, Radio Television Montenegro, Radio-Belgrade, TV stations in Niš, Swedish state radio, Television Montenegro and the German TV station SAT1. Since 2009, she has been teaching flute at the Faculty of Arts in Niš.

Nikola Cvetković (1990) attended High Music school in the class of prof. Borivoje Mladenović in Niš, during which time he performed at competitions in the country achieving remarkable results. In 2008, he enrolled at the Faculty of Arts in Niš, in the class of prof. Aleksandar Serdar, where he finished undergraduate and master studies with the highest mark. During his studies, he has participated in competitions in the field of chamber music. He was also a participant in the competition De Bach au Jazz in Paris, in 2013. He has been presented on the first and third audio edition of the Faculty of Arts in Niš, both as solo and with chamber ensembles. In addition to the classical, he is involved in jazz and modern music. He is one of the founders of the quintet Tango Gentleman’s, operating now under the new name Quintet Academix, and which has held up to now concerts in Niš, Arandjelovac, Šid, Belgrade, Ćuprija, Kraljevo, Raška. Since 2015, he has been the Artistic associate at the Department of Wind instruments at the Faculty of Arts in Niš.


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