Faculty of Music

Dejan Subotić, DMA

Head of the Department Council | Professor of Chamber music (for work with piano ensembles)

Dejan Subotić completed graduate and postgraduate studies in piano (professors Andrea Inhof, Andreja Preger and Nevena Popović) and received doctoral degree in chamber music from the Faculty of music in Belgrade (professor Zorica Cetković). He also holds bachelor and master degrees in harpsichord.
He attended chamber music classes of prof. Mats Zetterqvist in Stockholm (Royal College of Music, Edsberg School) and was an active participant of numerous master classes (Peter Lönnerberg, Konstantin Bogino, Borbola Doboszy, Peter Dircksen, Syavush Gadzhiev, Boris Previsic). Dejan Subotić is the prize winner of several competitions, most notably the Piano competition in Rome and Kawai competition in Italy. He took part in many festivals, like Mokranjcevi dani, The International Composers’ Tribune, OKTOH, Convivium musicum, Ars vivendi clavicembalum, The Harp Festival and others. He is a member of Singidunum trio with flutist Stana Krstajić and violinist Ksenija Milošević. The trio has performed numerous new pieces, mostly written by Serbian composers. Dejan Subotić is also a member of piano duo with Tea Dimitrijević. This piano duo performs regularly, playing among others complete works by Claude Debussy and Erik Satie. Their live recording of piano duo pieces by Schumann has been broadcast by Radio BBC3. Dejan Subotic performed as a soloist with orchestra in pieces by Bach, Martin and de Falla. He gave concerts in Austria, Romania, Slovakia, Croatia and Czech Republic.
Dejan Subotić was awarded The Silver Medal of University of Arts in Belgrade in 2012.