2009
 

Jubilee concert

On the occasion of commemorating the 130 years of birth of Milutin Milankovitch and International Symposium Climate Change at the Eve of the Second Decade of the Century

September 22, 2009
19.00 Hours
Belgrade City Hall


PROGRAM

Ljubica Marić: Branko's Round Dance

Isidora Žebeljan: Dark velvet
Il circo

Natalija Mladenović started learning to play the piano at the age of 5 in her native town Samara (Russia). Since her eleventh year attended the Central Special Music School at the “Tchaikovsky” conservatoire in Moscow, instructed by professors Vladimir Bunjin and Anatole Rjabov. At the age of seventeen she was admitted to the Moscow state conservatoire „Tchaikovsky“ where she studied in the classes of Larisa Djedov and Jevgenija Malinjina. She graduated in 1996 with excellent results and gained the title of Master of Art. She won awards at the International competitions “Petar Konjović“ in Belgrade and “Rubinstein” in Paris.
She has performed across former Soviet Union, in Germany, Switzerland, France, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Croatia. She performed as a solo performer with the orchestra of the Samara's philharmonic and RTS orchestra under the direction of Angel Surev and Bojan Suđić. She participated in the performance of the opera „Zora D.” and the “The Marathon Runners” by Isidora Žebeljan. She cooperated with prominent cellists such as: Kiril Rodin, Stefan Popov, Aleksandar Buzlov, Mark Cope, as well as with violinists: Sreten Krstić, Matej Marinković, Jovan Kolunđija, Dragan Radosavljević Loford, Raul Garcia Mariano and Srđan Grujić. She was a piano associate at the Public Class held in Belgrade by Misha Majski. She participated in the festivals: BEMUS, NOMUS, NIMUS, International Cello Fest, International Composers Forum. She was engaged as official piano associate at the Music Youth Competition in 2001, 2005 and 2006. She is active as senior art associate at the Department for String Instrument at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade.

 

 

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