Tim Jančar, piano

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TIM JANČAR is a prizewinner of several national and international competitions, including the international competition Citta di Gorizia, where he won 1st prize, the national competition of Slovenia TEMSIG, where he also won 1st prize in the senior category, and the international competition Janez Matičič, where he won first prize in the artistic category, among others.


He completed his studies at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where he graduated with the highest honor, suma cum laude. He continued his artistic education at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg and later at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna under the mentorship of Jasminka Stanćul.


Tim has performed numerous times at many Slovenian and international festivals and concert venues, such as the Ljubljana Festival, Lent Festival, Arsana Festival, Imago Sloveniae Festival, Neisuoni Delioughi, Slowind Festival of Modern Music, EPTA conferences, Music Academy in Zagreb, Croatia, Slovenian Philharmonic Hall, and Cankarjev Dom, among others. In 2016, he was chosen as the representative of Slovenia to perform at the concert cycle Piano Forte - The Next Generation in Vienna, under the sponsorship of Bank Austria.


He has also performed as a soloist with orchestras on several occasions, including the National Radio Symphony Orchestra of Slovenia, with whom he performed F. Chopin's 2nd and S. Rachmaninov's 4th Piano Concerto, the Chamber Orchestra of Music Conservatory Giuseppe Tartini of Trieste, with whom he performed W. A. Mozart's 14th Piano Concerto K 449, the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, with whom he performed W. A. Mozart's 27th Piano Concerto K 595, and the Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra in Ljubljana, with whom he performed S. Rahmininov's 3rd Piano Concerto, Op. 30.


For his achievements during his studies, he received two prestigious awards given by the Conservatory of Music and Ballet of Ljubljana and the Academy of Music in Ljubljana: the Škerjanec Award for special achievements and the Prešeren Award for his performance of S. Rahmininov's 4th Piano Concerto and recital in Vienna.