Ethnomusicologist dr Jasmina Talam, professor at the Department of musicology and ethnomusicology from the Music Academy, University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), will hold a number of lectures to the Faculty of Music in Belgrade students of ethnomusicology, from May 16 to 20, 2022.
The deadline for the proposals for the 14th Biennial International Conference on Music Theory and Analysis „Interdisciplinarity of Music Theory: Knowledge of Music between History, Poetics, Theories and Criticism” has been extended to Wednesday, June 1st 2022.
Western Balkans Fund has awarded a grant to the Jazz Art project from Podgorica (Montenegro) entitled “In Search of Our Musical Roots” in which the Department of Jazz and Popular Music from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade takes part. The project will be realized from April to December 2022.
Trio “Damase” (Class: Prof. Goran Marinković, DMA) and String quartet “NAJM” (Class: Prof. Ladislav Mezei, MMus) are laureates in the fifth category of III International Chamber Music Competition “Olivera Djurdjevic”, held in Belgrade on 22-23 March 2022. Additionally, students from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade had won three more 1st prizes (Duo “Flegma”, Trio “Ultima Volta” and Trio “Fiori”), two 2nd (for String quartet “Oniks” and trio “Épicée”) and one third for duo “Mamori-Tai”.
From March 31 to April 3 2022, the Faculty of Music in Belgrade will be proud host to Martin Prchal, vice-principal at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague (Netherlands). During his stay, he will meet the students of BA, MA and PhD studies and talked them through diverse ways and means of integrating entrepreneurial approach in music with artistic identities, music performance and research practice and professional integration.
Martin Prchal’s visit is organized in the framework of the Erasmus+ CBHE DEMUSIS project.
More on the topics and schedule of lectures and workshops for students can be found here.
Vuk Simon Ovaskainen, BA second year student in the class of Sandra Belić, won the 1st prize of the 50th International Jeunesses Musicales Competition, in Cello category, held on 21-23 March 2022 in Belgrade.
In addition to the 1st prize, shared with Joel Geniet from France, Vuk Simon Ovaskainen was awarded with the Audience prize, Orchestra prize, as well as the Special prize for the best performance of the compulsory piece.
The second international conference Psychology and Music – Interdisciplinary Encounters (PAM-IE) Belgrade 2022 Organizing Committee decided to make a deadline extension for conference abstract submission until March 24th, 2022.
The Faculty of Music in Belgrade took part in the Third Forum of Music Academies from China and Central and Eastern Europe held online on November 4th 2021.