Due to the increased risk of transmission of the new coronavirus, we are unfortunately forced to cancel the concert of flautist Anja Podpečan and Duo Muhadinović. We will keep you updated on any other information. Thank you for your understanding.
ANJA PODPEČAN, flavta
Andreja Kosmač, piano
LAZAR MUHADINOVIĆ, flute
IVANKA MUHADINOVIĆ, flute
W. A. Mozart: Rondo in D, KV Anh. 184
A. Jolivet: Cinq Incantations pour Flûte Seule: II. Pour que l’enfant qui va naître soit un fils
G. Faure: Fantasie, Op. 79
A. Jolivet: Chant de Linos
G. Ph. Telemann – Duo in f – minor (Adagio, Allegro, Larghetto, Presto)
P. Hindemith – Kanonische Sonatine op. 31, br. 3 (Munter, Capriccio – Langsame Achtel, Presto)
W. F. Bach – Duo No. 1 in e – minor (Allegro, Larghetto, Vivace)
R. Muczynski – Duos for flutes op. 34 (Andante sostenuto, Allegro risoluto, Moderato, Allegro ma non troppo, Andante molto, Allegro)
Anja Podpečan was born in 1994 in Trbovlje. She attended music school in Zagorje, where she studied flute with prof. Natasha Burger. She continued her education at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana in the class of prof. Lize Hawlin Crossbar. At the end of her studies at the Conservatory in Ljubljana, she received the Škerjanc Award, which the Conservatory awards to the most successful students and young artists for special achievements. After graduation, she continued her studies in German Detmold, in the class of prof. Janosa Balinta completed her baccalaureate and masters degree there. From the very beginning, she regularly participates in national and international competitions, at which she has received numerous awards and as a soloist, chamber musician and member of orchestras performs across Europe. Since 2005 he has regularly attended seminars with renowned local and foreign flutists such as: Petri Alanko, Walter Auer, Emily Beynon, Phillippe Bernold, Julien Beaudiment, Juliette Hurel, William Bennett, Andrea Oliva, Carlo Jans, Andrea Lieberknecht and others. She is currently a student at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, in the class of prof. Michael Kofler and is an academic at the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra.
Pianist Andreja Kosmač graduated with distinction from the Ljubljana Academy of Music in the class of Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak. Since graduating she has studied with Siavush Gadjiev, with Martyn van den Hoek at the Vienna Conservatory, and in masterclasses with Jacob Lateiner, Leonid Brumberg, Sándor Falvai, Vardo Rumessen and Oleg Maisenberg. While still a student she gave several solo and chamber concerts in Slovenia, Austria, Italy and the United Kingdom. She has taken part in numerous competitions and won a series of first prizes: the Mozart Piano Competition in Ljubljana (1991), TEMSIG (1992, 1995), the Konzerteum International Piano Competition in Greece (1995). In 1996 she received the Student Prešeren Prize of the Academy of Music. She has recorded for RTV Slovenia and Italian national broadcaster RAI and released a CD of works by Carl Reinecke with flautist Matej Zupan. As a soloist she has performed with the orchestra of the Secondary School of Music and Ballet, the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra and the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, while in 2004 she represented Slovenia in a performance with Moscow’s Chamber Orchestra Kremlin. At present her main focus is on chamber music and she appears at recitals and concerts with established artists from both Slovenia and abroad, particularly singers and flautists (M. Robavs, P. Brodnik, B. Kozelj, M. Močnik Pirc, K. Konvalinka, M. Trček, M. Kobal, J. Vidic, K. Stražanac, M. Zupan, K. Šantl Zupan, T. Peterson, J. Balint, A. Oliva, J. Beaudiment, S. Vella, M. Larrieu, P. L. Graf, among others). She has also played with the Slovenian Chamber Choir conducted by Martina Batič. As an accompanist, she is a frequent collaborator at masterclasses given by leading artists. She teaches at the Ljubljana Conservatory of Music and Ballet and also works as an artistic associate at the Ljubljana Academy of Music.
Ivanka Muhadinović completed her secondary education in Kotor and then pursued undergraduate studies in Belgrade with professor Ljubiša Jovanović, graduating in 2018. She has won many prizes as a soloist and chamber musician. She has worked with orchestras such as the Belgrade Philharmonic, the Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra, the Belgrade Symphony and the IPOC, among others. She has also attended masterclasses with renowned teachers such as Peter-Lukas Graf, Felix Renggli, Vincent Lucas, among others.
Lazar Muhadinović completed his primary education in his hometown Cetinje and is currently completing his secondary music education with Marina Nenadović in Belgrade. Beginning in September 2019, he will continue his training at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano (Switzerland) with Felix Renggli. He has performed with several orchestras, including the Belgrade Symphony, the IPOC, the ESYO and the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra, and has attended masterclasses with teachers such as Erwin Klambauer, Renate Greiss-Armin, Emily Beynon and Karolina Bäter, among others.