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Duo Stana Krstajić and Ognjen Popović
In cooperation with Serbian Association of Music performers
31 May
m t w t f s s
20:00
photo credits: Marko Đoković

Program:
Stefan Kisielewski    Suite, for flute and clarinet
                                       Allegro quasi recitativo
                                       Allegro energico
                                       Tempo di valse lente
                                        Allegro agitato

Kaspar Kummer         Duet for flute and clarinet, Op. 46/1
                                       Allegro
                                        Andante poco adagio
                                        Allegretto con moto

Dejan Despić               Pas de deux, Op. 159

G. Philipp Telemann   Fantasia for flute solo
                                        Dolce
                                        Allegro
                                       Spirituoso

Ognjen Popović          Views  for solo clarinet

Ante Grgin                    Duo

Jean Rivier                  Duo for flute and clarinet
                                       Allegretto affettuoso e molto rubato
                                       Lento molto doloroso
                                       Presto

Stana Krstajić was born in Zemun. She graduated in 1986 at Belgrade Faculty of Musical Art with prof. Miodrag Azanjac as winner of best graduate exam prize. She perfected at the Trossingen Academy, Germany with prof. A.G. Tatu, and in Berlin with K.B. Zebon. She won a Special prize for participating on S. Gazzeloni master class from Chigana Academy in Siena, Italy, and she actively participated at master classes of A. Marion and O. Nicolet. In 1989 she becomes a member of the Belgrade Opera Orchestra, and in 1995 she becomes principal flutist.
In the period 1992-1995 she was studying with K. Hampe at Virzburg Academy, and in 1999 she got master’s degree at Richard Strauss Conservatorium in Munich with M. Adorjan.
From 2002 she is the solo flutist of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.
She played at numerous festivals (Oleg Kagan in Bavaria, Niederrheinischer Herbst, Scwetzinger Festspiele, BEMUS, International review of Composers, International Harp Festival, etc.)
She has many recordings for radio and TV and she performed in Serbia, Montenegro, Italy, France, Germany, Croatia, and England. She is member of UMUS and German Association of music artists. She played many premieres, and many composers dedicated her their pieces.
For many years she performed with professor Olivera Djurdjevic. She is one of the most versatile chamber music players in Serbia, as member of trio Donne di Belgrado (with soprano and piano), Trio Singidunum (with violin and piano) and Duo Floral - with harpist Milena Stanišić.
She plays on Pearl flute since 2003, when she has been selected as World promoter of these instruments.

Ognjen Popovic (1977) is a prominent clarinet player from Pančevo/ Serbia. In 2001 he finished his studies at the ,,Hochschule für Musik und Theater" in Munich as a student of prof. Ulf Rodenhäuser. As a soloist he performed with orchestras such as the Munich Philharmonic, the Radio Orchestra Valencia, the European Chamber Orchestra, the Belgrade Philharmonic, the St. George String etc. He recorded cd's with the famous german ensemble Villa Musica and the Belgrade Philharmonic String Quartet. During the years he has cooperated with many orchestras, among others the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss, the Symphonieorchester Passau, the Philharmonie der Nationen, the Maribor Festival Orchestra... He has been awarded with several prizes at competitions, including Jeunesse Musicales in Belgrade in 1997 and the Felix Mendelssohn competition in Berlin in 1998. In 2002 Ognjen Popovic was appointed solo clarinetist of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. He is the leader of the Balkan Chamber Academy ensemble and artistic director of the chamber music festival "Classic fest" in Pančevo. Since 2012 he teaches at the Belgrade Music Academy as a clarinet docent. In the same year he received his PhD in music art. He also gives master classes in Serbia, Germany, Spain, Montenegro. His works for clarinet have been published by Edition-Diewa from Munich. He plays Yamaha clarinets. 

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