Gastkonzert: Andjela Bratic (Flöte) und Stevan Spalevic

Biographie Andjela Bratic

Andjela Bratic, one of the most interesting Serbian flutists. She graduated from the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. Having completed her master studies (Konzerttexamen) at the University “Johannes Gutenberg” (Hochschule für Musik) in Mainz in the class of Prof. Dejan Gavric, Andjela Bratic was awarded the title of concert soloist.
She pursued professional advancement at courses held by eminent flautists and professors Irena Grafenauer, Janos Balint, Yossi Arnheim. As a holder of the scholarship of the Austrian Ministry of Science and Culture, she attended a specialist course in Vienna held by Professor Dieter Flury, a soloist of the Vienna Philharmonics.
Andjela Bratic was the winner of numerous national and international awards, such as the Music World first award in the solo flute category at the International festival in Fivicano in Italy and the first prize in the instrument duo category at the same festival held in 2003. As a soloist, she has had performances with the Symphony Orchestra Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Radio Television Serbia Symphony Orchestra , Montengro Symphony Orchestra, Nis Symphony Orchestra, Banja Luka philharmonic, Symphony orchestra Vidin, Academic Orchestra of the Nis University, Chamber Orchestra of the SKC University, Chamber Orchestra „Imperio“, Chamber orchestra ’’Virtuosi di Praga“ (Czech Republic), Symphony Orchestra Sinfonieta Sofia, Chamber orchestra ’’Sinfonieta di Udine“ with prominent conductors.
She took part in reputed festivals in Serbia (Guitar Art, NIMUS, Tisin Svet, Constantinus, Mokranjcevi Dani) and in international festivals in Montenegro (Barski ljetopis, Days of the Music, Espressivo, Days of a Chamber music), Slovenia (Spectrum) , Bosnia (Sarajevo winter) and other European countries. Also, she gaved masster-classes in Serbia, Greece, Montenegro, Romania (Timisoara) and South Korea (Seoul). Miss Bratic performed in Recital concerts in Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Greece, Austria, France, Czech Republic, Rumania, USA, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Slovenia, Bosnia and Macedonia.
In 2010, as a member of the “Mozarteum“ Orchestra from Salzburg, she had a very successfully concert tour in various cities across Germany and Austria, and in December 2012-January 2013 as a member of „Strauss Festival Orchestra“ she had concert tour across the Spain, and she played in a „Palau de la Musica“, „Gran Theater Liceu“, „Auditorio de Barcelona“, „Auditorio de Madrid“ and many others.
In 2011, miss Bratic became “Myrna Brown” scholarship and attend 39. NFA flute convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. In 2013. with great sueccess Andjela Bratic had Recital at Millennium Stage, in famous „Kennedy Center“ in Washington. Andjela Bratic is a member of the brass quintet „The soloists of Nis“.
She had numerous performances in the programs of Germans SAT1, Serbian National Radio and Television (RTS), Montenegrin Radio and Television (RTCG), Radio Belgrade, TV stations in Nis, Swedish national radio and satellite programs of Montenegrin television.

Magazine “Musica classica” chosed her as the best female artist in Serbia in 2014.

Her first CD titled Fantasy was released in December 2015.

In December 2016. Mrs Bratic performed with famous flutist Claudi Arimani at Grand Virtuoso Concert at Prague.

Miss Bratic is Associate professor for flute at the Faculty of Arts in Nis University, Serbia.

Biographie Stevan Spalevic

Stevan Spalević was born in Niš on 9th July 1983. He finished primary and secondary school of music in his home town in the class of professor Milena Rajković.In 2007 he graduated and completed master diploma at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of professor Svetlana Bogino. At the moment, he is attending Ph. D studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of professor Aleksandar Serdar as well as the postgraduate studies at Scuola di Musica in Fiesole, Italy in the class of professor Bruno Canino. He has been studying with number of professors at master classes such as András Schiff, Leon Fleisher, Paul Badura-Skoda, Bruno Canino, ElissoWirssaladze, Dmitri Bashkirov, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Malcolm Bilson, Robert Levin, Dmitri Alexeev, Alexei Lubimov, Jacques Rouvier, Sergio Perticaroli, ArboValdma, Konstantin Bogino, Stanislav Pochekin, Boris Romanov, SergejMarkarov, Yuri Kot, Vladimir Ogarkov and Felix Gottlieb.

During his period of education, he won a plenty of prizes such as Laureate at the International competition “Mihajlo Vukdragović” competition in Šabac, Serbia 2002, Laureate at “EPTA – Scriabin & Bartok” competition in Belgrade, Serbia 2005 and Laureate at International music competition “DavorinJenko” in piano duo category in duo “Stevan Nemanja”, Belgrade, Serbia, 2016. He has performed in Austria, Italy, Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia as well as in important concert halls in Serbia. In 2015 he appeared as a soloist in the Fourth Beethoven’s Piano concerto in G-dur, Op. 58 with Niš Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bulgarian maestro SvilenSimeonov. Same year he had a debut as a conductor of Symphonic orchestra “Amoroso & friends” at the National Theater in Leskovac, Serbia. He is a member of a piano duo “Stevan Nemanja” with a pianist NemanjaEgerić with whom he won several first prizes in 2016 at competitions in Serbia.

From 2005 to 2007 he was workingas an Assistant at the piano department at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad.From 2008 to 2014, he was working as a Senior Artistic Associate - accompanist at the wind instruments department at the Faculty of Arts in Niš. Since February 2014 he was working as an Assistant at the piano department at the Faculty of Arts in Niš and from 2016 as an Assistant at the piano department at the Faculty of Philology and Arts inKragujevac. From 2017 he has been holding a professorship as an Assistant Professor for the main subject Piano at the Faculty of Arts in Niš.