My Little Concert Anthology of Piano Music
-from mystic to multimedia compositions-
part one - 27th May
part two - 7th July
part three - 7th August
Philip Glass Etudes for piano, Volume 1 (1994–1995)
Etudes No 1, 5 & 6
Leon Miodrag Lazarov Pashu Waltz (2008)*
Galen. H. Brown God Is A Killer (2008)**
For Piano and Tape
Miroslav Misa Savic For Nada (2014)**
Willian Duckworth Tango Voices (1984)*
Scott Pender Ms. Jackson Dances for the People (1986)*
* serbian premiere
** world premiere
Nada Kolundzija is an internationally renowned pianist and performer. A passionate promoter of contemporary music, Ms. Kolundzija has premiered major piano works of twentieth and twenty first century music, and commissioned and inspired the creation of significant new works by Serbian and international composers.
Her enthusiasm for new music includes championing creative experiment in musical expression extending far beyond piano repertoire. In 2008, she initiated and organized the first International Festival of Electronic Polymedia Art, Electroacoustic and Radiophonic Music festival in Belgrade, Art of Sounds, which presented more then forty works of composers from Australia, Canada, Europe, USA and Asia.
Ms. Kolundzija is also fervent in supporting the development of young pianists and other young musicians. She is a tenured professor of contemporary piano music at the Belgrade Faculty of Music. And she is also the artistic director of Guarnerius Art Center, whose mission is to promote young artists and enrich the cultural life of Belgrade.
In addition to her career as a solo performer, Ms. Kolundzija frequently performs with her brother, world-renowned violinist Jovan Kolundzija. She is a long-term collaborator and guest artist of Les Amis Concerts from Toronto. And she was a member of Ensemble for Different New Music (minimal music) and Crossover Elita (classical and jazz fusion).
Organization: The Centre of Fine Arts Guarnerius and The Cultural Centre of Belgrade
Supported by: Ministry of Culture and Information, Republic of Serbia