Concert season

Concert season

CM '19 Nebojsa Maksimovic

Concert of pianist Nebojsa Maksimovic

At the next concert of the Convivium Musicum ’19 season, which will be held on Thursday, April 25th, audience in Kragujevac will have the opportunity to hear prominent domestic pianist Nebojsa Maksimovic.

Piano is the choice of Nebojsa Maksimovic since the second year of his life. He started musical education in his native Belgrade as a four-year-old. Apart from his master’s degree at two academies – the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade and the Academy of “Santa Cecilia” in Rome, he defended first artistic doctorate at FMU in Belgrade and thus became the first doctor of arts in our country. Read More →

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Refined and noble temperament of Eugen Indjic

Listening to the concert of the pianist Eugen Indjic, who is according to all odds one of the greatest living interpreters of Frederik Chopin’s work, it was precisely this ‘phenomenon of silence’ after the concert that was necessary for us to translate his art of playing into words. In the crowded Hall of the First Kragujevac Gymnasium, with an intimate atmosphere and a general impression of immense modesty, extraordinary technical possibilities and strong internal charge, pianist Eugen Indjic conveyed to us a sense of authentic sincerity, love for music and passionate enthusiasm for his call. Read More →

Koncertna sezona Convivium Musicum '19 (tamnije dirke)

The ensemble Convivium Musicum opens the season

The third edition of the Concert Season begins symbolically. At the opening of the event, on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019, the ensemble Convivium Musicum will perform.

The ensemble Convivium Musicum differs from others in the concept and idea. Domestic and foreign artists who did not appear together on the scene ever before are gathering under the name of our season, after only a few days of joint rehearsals and preparations, and premiering perform pieces chosen by our artistic director. Read More →

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We continue Concert season with sounds of piano and percussions

We continue the Concert season „Convivium Musicum“ in line with our constant goal and desire to present to the audience in Kragujevac the ensembles and works that are rarely heard on our music scene. At the concert that will be held on Tuesday, November 13th, there will be two exceptional duets – a pair of percussions and a piano duo.

The duo of percussionists consists of Srdjan Palackovic – a great percussionist, professor at music academies in Novi Sad and Belgrade, a performer behind which there is a rich soloist, chamber and orchestral career, and Nevena Djordjevic – a young rising artist who can already boast of numerous performances and successes. Members of the piano duo are Stevan Spalevic and Nemanja Egeric, pianists who perform together from 2015 in an ensemble called Stevan Nemanja. Read More →

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With concert of the choir “Obilić” the Concert season continues

After the successful Festival, we continue the Concert Season „Convivium Musicum“. On Saturday, October 27t, at the scene of the First Kragujevac Gymnasium Academic Choir “Obilić” AKUD University of Belgrade “Branko Krsmanović” will be presented.

The Academic Choir „Obilić“ was founded in 1884 at the University of Belgrade. So far the conductors were some of the greatest ones from the domestic art scene, such as Josif Marinkovic, Jovan Bandur, and the eminent professor Darinka Matic Marovic, who led the choir from 1981. Read More →

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Virtuosity, sensibility and stylish refinement of Duo Aliada

In the course of the Concert Season “Convivium Musicum 17/18”, on May 6th at the Old Assembly, Duo Aliada was presented to the audience in Kragujevac. The Wiener Musikverein said it best “Duo Aliada consists of two ‘outstandingly talented and creative musicians’, namely saxophonist Michał Knot and accordionist Bogdan Laketic”. As a Grand Prix winner at the Fidelio Wettbewerb in Vienna and the “Artist of the Year 2014” prize, sponsored by HFP Steuerberater Wien, Duo Aliada became an integral part of the repertoire at the most important concert halls from New York’s Carnegie Hall to St. Petersburg. Read More →