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Jury for flute, oboe and basoon

Ljubisa Jovanovic
Miomir Simonovic
Radmila Rakin Martinovic
Dragan Lazic
Ivan Jotic
Aleksandar Burkert

Miomir Simonović

Miomir Simonović has acquired his Bachelor's and MA degrees at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of Prof. Tahir Kulenovic. During his studies, he won numerous awards at national and international competitions and was awarded the third prize at the 23rd Yugoslav competition for young artists in Zagreb in 1989. He has attended masterclasses of eminent flutists such as Prof. Allain Marion and Prof. Raymond Guiot, and in year period 1987-1989, as a scholarship holder for the Scientific and artistic youth of Serbia, he attended conservatory "Hector Berlioz" in Paris under the mentorship of Prof. Raymond Guiot. He has held over fifty recitals in Belgrade and many other cities in Serbia, but also in FYR Macedonia, France and Spain. He has performed as a soloist with Ni? Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra RTS, the Serbian Army Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra "Amorosso". He has been acting as a pedagogue since 1987, first in the Music School "Jovan Bandur" in Pancevo, then in schools "Josip Slavenski" in Belgrade and "Zivorad Grbic" in Valjevo. During postgraduate studies was a teaching assistant in Prof. Tahir Kulenovic's class. He has been employed at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade since 1997 as an assistant and now as a full professor of flute. In his class has graduated 35 students so far, some of whom continued their education abroad, while others are teachers throughout Serbia and members of various orchestras (Belgrade Opera Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra RTS Orchestra chamber opera "Madlenianum"). Students from the class of Miomir Simonovic so far have won over 60 awards at national and international competitions. Miomir Simonovic is a permanent member of the flute choir "Belgrade siringa", with whom he had several concert appearances and issued a CD with music by Bach, Haydn and Mozart.


Radmila Rakin Martinović

Radmila Rakin-Martinović Radmila Rakin-Martinovic graduated from the Novi Sad Academy of Arts in 1984, and obtained her MA in Flute at the same institution in 1987, with Professor Marijan Egic. Her performance was perfected with Bruno Cavallo. As one of the best students, she participated in numerous competitions and won many awards and prizes, including a total of 16 first prizes. She performed as a soloist and chamber musician (in Duo and with Flute Trio Density). She took part in the most significant music events in former Yugoslavia and performed as a soloist with a great number of orchestras. She has made recordings for numerous radio and TV stations and recorded a CD produced by "EOS" from Graz (Austria). Her engagement in teaching commenced at the second year of her university studies, in 1981, when she became a flute teacher in the Isidor Bajic Music School in Novi Sad. She is a member of all national flute juries, as well as a member of the international jury at the Petar Konjovic Competition in Belgrade and Anton Eberst Competition in Novi Sad. She has worked as a professor at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts for the subjects Flute Teaching Methods and Wind Instrument Teaching Methods since October 1999 to present. Since 2001-2005, she has been teaching at the Cetinje Academy of Music(Montenegro), too. For the subjects she teaches, Radmila has the title of Associate Professor. Radmila is co-author of the flute curriculum in music schools in Serbia. She was the Vice-President of the Music Schools Association of Serbia(2000-2011). Radmila Rakin-Martinovic has been the Principal of the Isidor Bajic Music School in Novi Sad since 1996. Excellent results of the School at every relevant competition (the best music school in Serbia seven times in a sequence) were accompanied by celebration of three jubilees: 130th anniversary of Isidor Bajic's birthday, 90th and 100th anniversaries of founding of the School. Radmila was the executive producer of two CDs published by the School in cooperation with Radio Novi Sad. Isidor Bajic Music School was awarded the most prestigious award in the area of culture and art - "Vuk Award", in 1999, as well as the international award for the best image in 2004 New Millennium Award - International Award for the Best Trade Name (Madrid, Spain). Vojvodina Cultural and Educational Association has awarded her with "Cultural Spark Award" for the year 1999.She was awarded the Global Quality Management Golden Badge for the best manager in 2004 (Madrid, Spain). The Annual Award by the Music and Ballet Schools Association in Serbia was given to Radmila Rakin-Martinovic in 2004, and Novi Sad City Assembly awarded her the "Novembarska povelja Grada Novog Sada" in 2005, for outstanding results. In January 2006,Radmila Rakin-Martinovic has been awarded "Svetosavska nagrada" by the Ministry of Education and Sport of Serbia. She is Co-Founder and Executive Director of the "Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial" and "Anton Eberst Clarinet&Flute Competition".

Ljubiša Jovanović

has acquired his Bachelor's and MA degrees in Belgrade, under the mentorship of Prof. Miodrag Azanjac and had the advance training with the Prof. Christian Lardé in Paris where he received the Diplome Superieur de Concertiste, in 1983, at L'Ecole Normale Superieur de Musique de Paris. After that, he has established a long-term cooperation with Aurele Nicolet. Ljubisa Jovanovic has performed more than 1500 concerts in 37 countries all over the world as well as more than 200 master classes.
Ljubisa Jovanovic has won the First Prize for interpretation at the "International Composer's Revue" (1992&1998), the "Golden Link" award ("Zlatni Beocug") for the artistic achievements in 1992, Annual Award of the of Serbian Music Artists Association" (1992), and the Award of the Belgrade Cultural Fund for the best concerts in Belgrade in 1987, 1989, 1991 and 1992. He has also received the "Gold Medal" awarded in honor of the 75th anniversary of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (1998) and Silver medal of the University of Art for his merits in improvement of teaching process (2000), as well as the "April Reward of the City of Belgrade" in 2008 and 2013. He has been awarded the highest educational recognition, "St. Sava National Award" for his special contribution to the development of educational process in Republic of Serbia in 2009.
Some of the most prominent flute players of our times have performed with Ljubisa Jovanovic - Aurele Nicolet, Irena Grafenauer, Emmanuel Pahud, Michel Debost, and Christian Lardé, among others.
His recordings are included on more than 50 CD releases. During 30 years of his artistic career, he has had more than 80 premiere performances of solo and chamber compositions of Serbian authors.
Ljubisa Jovanovic has worked as a Solo flutist at the Belgrade Opera and Ballet Orchestra, Serbian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Dragan Lazić

He finished his graduate and postgraduate studies at the Faculty of music arts in Belgrade with Ljubisa Petrusevski.
He won numerous awards and recognitions: award from Bruno Brun foundation for the student of generation, the laureate of the International competition of the musical youth in Belgrade, First prize at the competition of Yugoslav artists in Zagreb, October award of the city of Belgrade. He has had distinguished solo performances within the country and abroad ( Hungary, Italy, England, Switzerland). He has performed with all the major orchestras in the country: Belgrade philharmonic, RTS, BSO Dusan Skovran, St. George string orchestra, Pro musica.
In 2001 he performed Bach's concerto for oboe and violin with Nigel Kennedy. Within National concert season he performed many recitals all around Serbia.
He was Principal oboist in Beglrade philharmonic orchestra for 22 years.
Currently he is Solo oboist of the Camerata Serbica orchestra and a Professor at the Faculty of music in Belgrade.

Aleksndar Burkert
Graduated at the faculty of musical arts in Belgrade with Tahir Kulenovic. He is appointed as a principal flute of the Wind orchestra in Zemun,with conductor Vladimir Mustajbasic.
Cofaunder of Novi Sad Big Bend orchestra,and has played alto and baritone saxophone and frula.Since 1987 he had been teaching in many music schools in Serbia. His students have won a number of awords on national and international competitions.2012,2013,2014,2015 awarded The best pedagogue of flute -Femus Subotica.
2014 he was aworded for his pedagogical results over the years, by the Union of associations of music and ballet pedagogues of Serbia.
Works in music school in Valjevo ,where he regularly conducts summer and winter courses for teacher and pupils.

Ivan Jotić

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