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Krunoslav Baic, Hrvatska
Aleksandar Benčić, Srbija
Milan Radić, Srbija
Tibor Balint, Srbija

Aleksandar Benđić

was born at Ruma in 1969. He graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 1993 and defended a Master thesis in 1995 in the class of full professor Vinko Valecic. He is the winner of the prize of "Bruno Brun" foundation for the most successful postgraduate exam in the Department for brass instruments of the Faculty of Music for academic year 1994/95.
Aleksandar Bencic has worked as the assistant professor of trombone at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade since 1995, while he is appointed associate professor since 2006. He is the winner of the Acknowledgement of the Faculty of Music for achieved teaching and artistic results.
Aleksandar Bencic has been active as the soloist trombone player. He has played as a trombone soloist accompanied by Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Radio and Television of Serbia, the St. George String Orchestra, the String Orchestra of Radio and Television of Montenegro, and other.
In the field of chamber music he performed with the Belgrade trombone quartet from 1996 to 1998, and from 2012 with tuba quartet "XL". He has also been successful in trio with his colleagues M. Dordevic on trumpet and M. Radic on French horn, interpreting very serious and demanding works for the ensemble. He has often been active in various chamber orchestras (in the composers' stands), interpreting works of modern music. He is professionally playing in a several orchestras.
Since 2004, he has actively participated in the formation of the trombone class in Montenegro (Tivat and Kotor) and has still been giving Master courses in full and spring semesters.

Milan Radić
graduated and obtained his master's degree from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of prof. S. Rabuzin. He attended master classes with prof. Herman Bauman in Groznjan (Croatia), prof. F. Torjani in Novi Sad (Serbia), and spent a year working with prof. Fred Rizner in Toronto (Canada). He studied with prof. Friedrich Gabler at the Vienna High School of Music and Performing Arts. Coming from a musical family, he spent his childhood surrounded by music to which he dedicated his professional life. He is an exquisite hornist, brilliant technique-wise, whose playing is characterized with very creative approach and an ability to be carried away by music itself. Throughout longstanding collaboration with Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, particularly stand out his contribution as a first solo hornist in symphonic works of Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner, Strauss and Mahler. There Radic had also shown qualities of a fine musician who achieves high artistic results by his professionalism and ability to cooperate with other players. Later on, he continued his work as a soloist hornist of Radio Belgrade Symphony Orchestra, along with intensive activity as a chamber musician, in numerous recordings and chamber music concerts. In this respect a concert regarding the celebration of 67 years of Radio Belgrade Symphony Orchestra particularly stands out, as in it Radic reached the peak of his playing in performance of Mozart's Sinfonia concertante for four winds and orchestra.
Milan Radic regularly takes part in the Review of Composers, performing in various chamber ensambles.
He is a member of Camerata Serbica Chamber Orchestra as a first hornist. With that ensemble he brought about a number of significant performances under the baton of great conductors and performers, such as L. Pavarotti, V. Ashkenazy, L. Nasturica, R. Honeck, E. Pahud, J. Marin, and many others. One of the highlights of his performances with Camerata Serbica was an outstanding concert in Berlin Philharmonic concert venue which was also made into a live CD album.
Since 2001 Radic has formed a brass trio with his colleagues from Faculty of music A. Bencic (trombone) and M. Dordevic (trumpet), frequently performing demanding repertoire for this kind of ensemble. As a soloist, with an orchestral accompaniment (of Belgrade Philharmonic, Radio Belgrade Symphonic Orchestra and Orchestra of Military Club, as well as in recitals, he showed an artful taste for fine phrasing embellished with a nice, full and noble sound.


Tibor Balint
Solo trombone Tibor Balint born July 18th 1965. in Zrenjanin Serbia.
Elementary and high music school "Josif Marinkovic" in Zrenjaninu, department trombone, class prof. Vendel Tapai.
From 1986. till 1990 studied at Faculty of music in Belgrade, class prof. Vinko Valetic.
1985. Philip Jones master class in Barch (Hungary)
2001. Master course on academy "Franz List" in Budapest (Hungary)
1985. First award on provincial competition of Vojvodina in Novi Sad
1985. First award on federal competition of Yugoslavia in Skopje
1987. First award on republic competition of Serbia in Belgrade
1988. Third award on competition of young artists in Zagreb (first award wasn't assigned)
1989. First award on federal competition of Yugoslavia in Dubrovnik
1989. First award "Laureat Orfeja" (Laureat Orpheus) in Belgrade
Docent prof. at the University of Arts in Novi Sad "Music Academy"
Since 1986. to 1990. as a member of brass trio FMU (Faculty of Musical Art) had numerous performances around former Yugoslavia.
As a member of Academic symphony orchestra performed in France and Belgium; on the world competition, this orchestra won the first prize "Cum Laude"
1987. and 1988. collaborated as guest of Festival orchestra on Dubrovnik summer festival.
1988. has become permanent member Symphonic orchestra RTS (Radio Television Serbia), whose honorary associate is still today
From 1994 work in Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra as solo tromone.
From 1996. to 2008. collaborated with Pogorica philharmonics.
From 2001. to 2002. was a guest collaboretor of Sarajevo philharmonics.
As a member of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and Symphonic Orchestra RTS from 1988 to now days, was collaborate with all eminent conductors and solists which was performing in Belgrade in that period.

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