Detmold cello ensemble is performing at the final night of the Festival
4th International Festival of Chamber Music Convivium Musicum finishes on Friday, 17th March 2017, with a powerful and magnificent sound of the cello. For the first time in front of the audience in Kragujevac, Detmold Cello ensemble from Germany will perform.
The ensemble is under the artistic direction of docent Mladen Miloradovic and it is formed of cello students of the Faculty of Music in Detmold. At our Festival, the nine-members will perform: Minja Spasic (Slovenia), Lucia Kiss (Hungary), Dobrawa Czocher (Poland), Katharina Schäffner, Tobias Moll, Mathis Merkle (Germany), Irena Josifoska, Marko Simic, Mladen Miloradovic (Serbia).
Cello chamber ensemble performs throughout Germany and is one of the few of its kind on a global scale, which boasts regular concert performances. We are convinced that the energy, vitality and enthusiasm of young musicians will include this concert as one of those that stay long in memories.
Detmoldski cello ensemble will perform at the concert:
- H.Villa Lobos
- Bachianas Brasilieras no. 1
- 1st movement – Animato
- Slavonic dances no. 8 & 3
- G. Rossini (arr S. Watkins)
- Il barbiere di Siviglia – Ouverture
- E. Grieg
- B. Bartók
- J. Sibelius
- J. Strauss
- Die Fledermaus – Ouvertüre
The works that the audience will have the opportunity to hearat the concert, for the purposes of this ensemble were arranged by Mladen Miloradovic.
About Detmold cello ensemble and artistic manager of Mladen Miloradovic you can find out more below:
Mladen Miloradović was born in 1987 in Belgrade, where he started learning music at the age of five in the music school “Stanković” in the class of professor Dusan Stojanovic. Primary and secondary school he completed with same professor, and with 16 years entered the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, as a student of Professor Dejan Bozic.
As a high school student has won a number of awards (first prize at the Republic competitions in 1996 and 1998 and first prize in the competition “Three centuries of Vivaldi” in 1999). After that, followed the first solo recitals and solo concerts with the Chamber Orchestra “Dusan Skovran” and Chamber Orchestra “Cornelius” at the Great Hall Kolarac. Master courses with Stanislav Apolin, Christoph Richter, Luis Hopkins profiled him as a musician.
In 2008 he graduated with the highest grade and continued to evolve in Bremen with Professor Alexander Bailey, and since 2010 he is at Master studies in Detmold, with professor Ksenija Jankovic. Master studies he ended with honors, and in 2013 he continued his education and enrolled in PhD studies. In 2011, she became the leader Detmold cello ensemble with which he performs regularly as a soloist and performing the work that he composed.
At the recommendation of professor Ksenija Janković in 2013, he received a post of Assistant Professor at the Detmold Music School. His work “Baroque suite” was followed by a brilliant critique in Bünder Zeitung. In 2012 he won the Grand Prix at competition for cellist in Madrid and first prize at the “GFF” competition for chamber music.
He has performed as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician in Baden, Berlin, Madrid, Paris … He is, also, solo cellist of the Symphony Orchestra of Aachen (Germany).
Detmold cello ensemble (Detmolder Cello-Ensemble) was established at the initiative of Ksenija Jankovic and Marcio Carneiro, professors of cello at Detmold Music School. The idea was that through the work of the ensemble and performances students are provided with the opportunity to gain experience and grow in the field of chamber and orchestral music. Over time, with professionalism and skill, ensemble became one of the few rare ensembles of this type with a permanent concert activity.
Since 2013 the ensemble is under the artistic direction of assistant professor Mladen Miloradovic and consists of current students from the class of professors Ksenija Jankovic and Aleksandar Gebert. During its existence, Detmold cello ensemble has successfully performed with top artists and teachers such as: Ksenija Jankovic, He-Jin Mok, Marcio Carneiro. The ensemble has hosted a festival dedicated to the centenary of the birth of cellist Andre Navarra, held in Detmold. Except for the School, the they performed independently in the other cities in Germany (Bunde, Bielefeld and Dortmund). During 2017, the ensemble will perform in Italy and throughout Germany.