RETHINKING MUSICAL MODERNISM
 

Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Department of Fine Arts and Music of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

RETHINKING MUSICAL MODERNISM

International musicological conference

Belgrade, 11–13 October 2007

 

CONCERT

 

Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Thursday, October 11th 2007 at 6 PM

Knez Mihailova 35

SERBIAN VOCAL AND PIANO MUSIC OF THE 20th CENTURY

ANETA ILIĆ
soprano
LIDIJA STANKOVIĆ
piano
BRANKO PENČIĆ
piano

PROGRAMME

Songs for voice and piano

Petar KONJOVIĆ (1883–1970):
Chanson (1906)

Miloje MILOJEVIĆ (1884–1946):
Japan (1909)
Nymph (1908)

Stanojlo RAJIČIĆ (1910–2000):
Little Fisherman's Dream (1946)
Reproach (1950)

Isidora ŽEBELJAN (1967):
Lullaby” from the Garland (2000)

Piano compositions

Marko TAJČEVIĆ (1900–1984):
Serbian Dances (1949)

Vasilije MOKRANJAC (1923–1984):
Fragments (1956)

Dejan DESPIĆ (1930):
Nocturne op. 5 (1950)

Milan MIHAJLOVIĆ (1945):
Three Preludes (1991)

For voice and piano

Ljubica MARIĆ (1909–2003):
The Enchantress (1964)

ANETA ILIĆ graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Music, where she was a student of Professor Biserka Cvejić, with a dual major in Music theory and pedagogy. She completed her M.A. in singing with Professor Irina Arsikin. A. Ilić is awarded highest prizes at several national competitions. As a concert singer she performed with Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Radio-TV Belgrade Symphony Orchestra, “St. George String Orchestra”, and made numerous recordings for radio and television. She has been engaged as a soloist of the Ensemble “Renaissance”, member of the “Ensemble for New Music“, and also a member of the “Donne di Belgrado” Trio. She gave concerts in Italy, France, Slovenia, Rumania and Greece. Her wide repertoire ranges from the Early Baroque to the music of the 21st Century. As an opera singer, she performed several major roles in operas by Orff, Mozart, Hyman and Gluck. Currently, she is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Music, Belgrade.

LIDIJA STANKOVIĆ completed a music high school with Professor Gordana Jovanović in Belgrade. She studied with Professor Dubravka Tomšić Srebotnjak at the Ljubljana Music Academy and with Prof. Arbo Valdma at the Belgrade Faculty of Music (M.A.). She was awarded numerous prizes at piano competitions in Serbia, Slovenia and Italy. She played as a soloist with leading national philharmonic orchestras and with the Belgium National Radio & TV Orchestra. As a soloist or chamber musician she gave numerous concerts in Italy, Belgium, Austria, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland and Poland. She collaborates regularly with violinist Vesna Stanković and pianist Aleksandar Madžar. The majority of her repertoire has been recorded for radio and TV companies. As an assistant professor, L. Stanković teaches at the Faculty of Music, Belgrade.

BRANKO PENČIĆ graduated and received M.A. degree at the Belgrade Faculty of Music, in Professor Nevena Popović’s class. He was awarded the fourth prize at the last Young Yugoslav Pinists’ Competition (Zagreb 1990). He had advanced trainings at master classes of prominent artists and professors such as: Bernard Ringeissen, Lev Naumov and Rudolf Kehrer. He gave numerous recitals and performed at festivals in Serbia and abroad. As a soloist, he performed with Belgrade and Zagreb Philharmony orchestras, Serbian Radio–TV Symphony Orchestra, the Yugoslav Army Art Ensemble and made numerous recordings for radio and television. Nowadays, Penčić is teaching at the Piano Department of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade as an assistant professor.

  

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