KotorArt Talents: Four Concerts Within 18th Festival Edition

By , 04 Apr 2019, 12:04 PM Lifestyle
KotorArt Talents: Four Concerts Within 18th Festival Edition KotorArt Talents: Nastasja Vujinović, Copyright: KotorArt Official Website

April 4, 2019 - KotorArt Talents at this year's KotorArt festival Don Branko's Music Days will have the opportunity to perform at four concerts. These are the concerts planned in the Church of St. Spirit, Concert Hall of Music School "Vida Matjan," starting at 21.30h.

KotorArt has been supporting young and prosperous domestic musicians since its founding, creating opportunities for improvement and advancement, supporting artistic development and above all giving the chance to come face to face with some of the world's leading musicians who perform at this festival but also have performances across Montenegro and the region. In addition to the four appearances reserved for new talents, KotorArt offers a chance for those who have already played in the new venues and other formations, said the festival PR service.
The series of concerts dedicated to young people will be opened by the best students of the music school "Vida Matjan," scheduled for 15 July. It will be a representative concert of award-winning students at national and international competitions. The young and successful violinist Nastasja Vojinović, whose will to pursue brought her to the United States, will be featured on 19 July, while the trio, composed by Luka Perazic (violin), Kosta Popovic (cello) and Simo Šišević (piano) plays on 23 July.
All these young, talented artists are studying abroad - Luka Perazic attends the Guildhall School for Music and Drama in London, while his colleague and friend Simo Šišević, after the Vasa Pavić Musical High School in Podgorica, is enrolled in the "Royal College of Music," also in London. Monday, 22 July, is reserved for the young and talented Tamara Rađenović (soprano).
“It is a great honor to perform at this prestigious festival in your country and among the world's top names. It is a great joy to sing in front of our audience. I did a solo concert a year ago in the Church of the Holy Spirit, and I enjoyed the wonderful acoustics and sharing emotions with the audience. There are beautiful memories on this stage because I won the Golden Lira at the 15th anniversary of the solo singing competition. Now I will perform with the renowned co-repetitor Đorđe Nešić, who lives and works in New York for 35 years. We will try to create a unique experience for the audience and do our best to let the audience enjoy it. Thank you very much for your invitation, and I wish you a successful festival," said Tamara Rađenović, a 20-year-old artist from Podgorica, who graduated last year at the London Royal College of Music. So far she has performed in 12 countries around the world. In addition to playing at Carnegie Hall, she will also have several solo concerts in Barclay, Hong Kong, and London.
We recall, at the 18th edition of the international festival KotorArt Don Branko’s Music Days, performs the world-renowned cello, Narek Hakhnazaryan, whose concert is scheduled for August 5 at the concert hall, Church of St. Spirit, beginning at 21.30h.
The KotorArt International Festival is held under the auspices of the Montenegrin Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Kotor with the help of numerous sponsors such as Luštica Bay, Coca Cola, and others.

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