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Offline eduard

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Pianists from former Yugoslavia
on: February 24, 2006, 10:51:04 AM
What do you know about pianists from former Yugoslavia? Do you know some interesting names? Ok, Ivo Pogorelich, Dubravka Tomsic, Simon Trpceski, Aleksandar Madzar, Kemal Gekic... But some others new name? :D

Offline mr. art

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #1 on: February 24, 2006, 02:35:59 PM
There are some unknown good pianists: Pedja Muzijevic (Croatia), Aleksandra Romanic, Vladimir Valjarevic (Bosnia), Rita Kinka, Jasminka Stancul (Serbia) ...and Boris Kraljevic from Monte Negro, my profesor in Sarajevo.

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #2 on: February 24, 2006, 09:49:36 PM
Hi!!

 I just read your post... In the past two weeks I have been on the concerts of dubravka Tomsic and Jasminka Stancul... Dubravka was playing a Beethoven concerto in Es major and Jasminka played the concert of Ravel in G major... It was both great... Dubravka tomsic is a specialist for Beethoven... and what I love in the play of Jasminka is that she is a perfectionist of tone and her passages are like throwing siamonds on the piano keys... she is really great...
  Otherwise there are some new talents rising here, maybe you will hear about them some day - Anja German and Urska Babic... Maybe you have also heard of Marina Horak???
 She's in US just as we speek...

 

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #3 on: February 25, 2006, 07:39:35 AM
Hi!!

 I just read your post... In the past two weeks I have been on the concerts of dubravka Tomsic and Jasminka Stancul... Dubravka was playing a Beethoven concerto in Es major and Jasminka played the concert of Ravel in G major... It was both great... Dubravka tomsic is a specialist for Beethoven... and what I love in the play of Jasminka is that she is a perfectionist of tone and her passages are like throwing siamonds on the piano keys... she is really great...
  Otherwise there are some new talents rising here, maybe you will hear about them some day - Anja German and Urska Babic... Maybe you have also heard of Marina Horak???
 She's in US just as we speek...


Are you from Slovenia?  Last year in Wiena I meet  Fada A. ? She  play nice and her high school profesor was from Bosnia, Planinka Jurisic.  A long time ago she was my profesor too, she is excellent teacher. I think that Fada study with eminent pianist, Dubravka Tomsic.
 

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #4 on: February 25, 2006, 07:42:49 AM

Are you from Slovenia?  Last year in Wiena I meet  Fada A. ? She  play nice and her high school profesor was from Bosnia, Planinka Jurisic.  A long time ago she was my profesor too, she is excellent teacher. I think that Fada study with eminent pianist, Dubravka Tomsic.  :D
 

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #5 on: February 25, 2006, 01:32:29 PM

 Yes, you are correct, I am from Slovenia... and Fada Azeh is still at our Academy and yes, you are right she is a student of Dubravka Tomsic... she got one of the finest university prizes this year...

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #6 on: February 25, 2006, 02:19:54 PM
Yes, you are correct, I am from Slovenia... and Fada Azeh is still at our Academy and yes, you are right she is a student of Dubravka Tomsic... she got one of the finest university prizes this year...


Fine. Who is your profesor? :D

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #7 on: February 25, 2006, 07:32:53 PM
wish it would be her, hahaha!!!

 Where are you from??

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Re: Pianists from former Yugoslavia
Reply #8 on: February 26, 2006, 10:22:45 AM
Aleksandar Madzar is great pianist, escpecialy for Bach and modern music. I think that he is the best serbian pianist of this moment.
 

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