Violin jury 2020

Academician prof. dr. Vladimir Marković was born in 1967. in Priština, Serbia. He gained his primary musical education at the music school “Mokranjac” in Belgrade and continued his education at the School for Musically Gifted Children in Ćupria, Serbia. At the age of 14, Vladimir Marković has enrolled at the Read more…

Piano jury 2020

Yaron Rosenthal is one of the leading Israeli pianists, combining an international career as a solo pianist and a chamber musician. He has given recitals and chamber music concerts in Israel, North and South America, Europe, South Africa and Australia. Critics regard his unique quality of sound, sensitivity and depth of Read more…

Brass jury 2019

Peter Arnold, born in Trier in 1952, studied with his father Karl Arnold (solo horn in the SWF Symphony Orchestra) in Baden – Baden and Heidelberg. During this time he was a laureate of several music competitions (Chamber Music Prize of the City of Colmar, Mannheim University Competition, etc.) In Read more…

Woodwind jury 2019

Detlef Bensmann studied saxophone with Prof. Omar Lamparter and double bass with Prof. Heinz Jablonski in Berlin, Germany. After playing double bass in the orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin (1979/80), he started his career as a saxophone soloist with a debut concert in the Berlin Philharmonie with the Radio Read more…

Concert of the jury members tonight at 21.00 h.

CONCERT OF THE JURY MEMBERS Aleksandar Serdar piano Yaron Rosenthal piano Tymur Melnyk violin Ljubisha Kirovski violin   Monday 18. 06. 2018,         21,00 h. Cathedral church St. Sofia   – Ohrid   PROGRAM Aleksandar Serdar D. Scarlatti: Four sonatas Yaron Rosenthal L. van Beethoven: 6 Bagatelles op. 126 Aleksandar Serdar Read more…

VIOLIN jury 2018

Prof. Petru Munteanu received his professional training in Bucharest from Prof. G. Manoliu (pupil of Enescu) and participated in masterclasses with J. Jankelevitsch (Moscow) and M. Weimann (St. Petersburg). After a period as a professor at the Bucharest Conservatoire and director of the Special School of Music in Bucharest he has been Read more…

PIANO jury 2018

Aleksandar Serdar was born in 1967 in Belgrade, Serbia. He graduated in 1988 from the “Art Acadmy of Novi Sad” , and received in 1992 his Master of Music at the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore where he studied with Leon Fleisher for five years. Later and continued studies Read more…