Andrijana Durmišević, violin

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ANDRIJANA DURMIŠEVIĆ began playing the violin at the age of five and successfully auditioned to become a student at the School for Musically Gifted Children in Ćuprija at ten, studying under Professor Dragutin Mladenović. During her studies, she performed both as a member of an orchestra and as a soloist in cities such as Munich (with Neue Internationale Philharmonie Munchen), Monaco, Milan (SEYO, EXPO), Fermo (at the Postacchini competition), Bucharest (at the Jeunesses International Music Competition Dinu Lipatti), Dubai (at EXPO), Paris, Graz, Linz, Ljubljana, Budapest, and Zagreb (with EUphony). She has won numerous international awards, the most notable being third prize at the Jaroslav Kocian competition in the Czech Republic (2013), third prize at the Ohrid Pearls competition in Macedonia (2016), and a special prize at the International String Competition in Nis (2019).


Andrijana has collaborated with various artists including Roman Simović, Stefan Milenković, Leo McFall, Joshua Epstein, Daniel Geiss, Julia Okurashvili, Howard Griffiths, Emilio Percan, Narek Hakhnazaryan, Vlad Stanculeasa, Gustavo Dudamel, Konrad von Abel, Stanko Madić, Doren Dinglinger, Bruno Campo, Gordan Nikolic, Boris Garlitsky, Nicolas Miribel, and Kian Soltani. She completed her bachelor's studies at the Faculty of Musical Arts in Belgrade in the class of Professor Ivana Aćimoski-Žikić and her master's studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of Professor Stefan Milenković. She currently plays in orchestras such as Metamorphosis, Makris, Gudači Sv. Djordja, Belgrade Symphony Orchestra, Kustendorf Symphony Orchestra, GRMI, Belgrade Philharmonic, and is in her first year of doctoral studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad under the guidance of Professor Stefan Milenković.