The concert season “Convivium Musicum 17/18” will be closed by a slightly different sound, a special arrangement that create violin, saxophone and piano. Trio Les Nounours will perform on Tuesday, December 25th at what will as well be the last concert in year2018. Read More →
After an unusual combination of piano and percussion, we return to ‘good old classics’. On the scene of the First Kragujevac Gymnasium, four artists will appear again, but this time in the form of a string quartet. The concert season „Convivium Musicum“ will continue on December 15th with the performance of Vollmond ensemble. Read More →
About the performance, the challenges that the ensemble made by percussion and piano brings, as well as art and music, we talked with pianist Stevan Spalevic.
The interview was led by Aleksandra Lukic, a student of Master Studies at the Department of Music in the Media (FILUM) and the volunteer of our manifestation. Read More →
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 →
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 →
The final concert of this year’s International Festival of chamber music Convivium Musicum rounded off in the best possible way the fifth edition of the Festival, as well as the idea behind this unique music festivity in Kragujevac. It was also symbolic – the first jubilee, the fifth year of existence – marked by the Piano Ensemble 5+. This unusual composition consists of five pianists from Serbia: Julija Bal, Jelena Bajic, Jovana Radovanovic, Stevan Spalevic and Nemanja Egeric. They are all excellent artists and pedagogues, and they had numerous and successful performances across Serbia and the world, as well as a large number of awards and recognitions. Their outstanding performance on the piano, as it was announced, was presented in various forms of piano ensembles. This concert completely separated itself from the other concerts of the Festival and the concert offer in Kragujevac. Read More →
The specialty and significance behind the concept of the Festival ensemble Convivium Musicum came to the third concert of the Festival in full glory. The idea of artists, that have not previously performed together, which in just a few days make a full-length program, has proven to be especially interesting to both performers and the audience this time. João Paiva from Portugal – clarinet, Morta Grigaliūnaitė from Lithuania – piano and Filip Tomic from Serbia – cello, have proven that great professionalism always results in an exceptional concert. These young artists have long proven themselves as top soloists. At last night’s concert, they demonstrated the power of chamber music – the power of communication between artists and instruments, and simultaneously highlighting each instrument separately. Read More →
The second evening of the 2018 Festival marked the performance of the Banja Luka trio consisting of three artists: Marija Pilipovic – flute, Yeon Ju Jeong – violin and Biljana Jasic Radovanović – piano. These three artists, from different cities and countries (Zagreb, Seoul and Banja Luka), founded their trio in 2014 and have been actively performing throughout the region since then. Each of them brought to this ensemble many years of performing experience (both solo and in various chamber ensembles). The University Gallery was an ideal place for a gentle sound of piano, flute and violin, as well as for the program that these ladies chose for numerous Kragujevac’s audience. Read More →
The first jubilee, and fifth in a row, the International Chamber Music Festival Convivium Musicum was officially opened last night on the scene of the Theatre for children Kragujevac. Due to the year of this little jubilee, the atmosphere was, it seems, especially festive. On behalf of the Citizens’ Association “CONVIVIUM MUSICUM”, Jovana Radovanovic, the president of the Association and the Festival Manager, addressed the audience, and on behalf of the City of Kragujevac – Aleksandar Stain, assistant to mayor for internal and international cooperation. After warm and encouraging words, visitors had the opportunity to see a short film about the Festival itself and its development in the past five years. Read More →
5th International festival of chamber music Convivium Musicum ends on September 28th, 2018. We will complete the great five years of existence with the performance of the Piano Ensemble 5+.
Piano Ensemble 5+ consists of five pianists from Serbia: Julija Bal, Jelena Bajic, Jovana Radovanovic, Stevan Spalevic and Nemanja Egeric. These exceptional young artists already have rich and successful performing career, filed with cooperation with top and renowned musicians, performances across Serbia and the world, as well as a large number of awards and recognitions. Their extraordinary piano skills will be presented in various forms of piano ensembles, at a concert that differs in concept from the others. Read More →