Nebojša Maksimović, piano
According to the safety guidelines regarding the current situation of the pandemic, this fall the Cultural Centre of Belgrade will start traditional concert season Concerts in Gallery under special conditions. Programs will be held every Monday in September at 20:00 in the Artget Gallery. Concert season will be opened by piano virtuoso Nebojša Maksimović.
Because of the health and safety guidelines for suppression of the epidemic, number of attendees in the Artget Gallery is reduced to 25, so it is important to book your seat by e-mail email@example.com or by phone 011 2622 058 till noon at the day of the concert.
We remind you that it is necessary to wear safety masks and to keep 1.5 meters apart from each other during your stay in the Cultural Centre of Belgrade.
Waltz in A minor, Op. 34/2
Waltz in C sharp minor, Op. 64/2
Mazurka in C sharp minor, Op. 63/3
Étude in F major, Op. 10/8
Ave Maria, D. 839 (arr: Franz Liszt)
Erlkönig, D. 328 (arr: Franz Liszt)
Prelude for piano in G minor, Op. 23/5
Prelude for piano in G sharp minor, Op. 32/12
Étude-Tableau in C minor, Op. 39/1
Prelude for piano in C sharp minor, Op. 3/2
Prelude for piano in G major, Op. 32/5
Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 35, second book
Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 35, first book
Nebojša Maksimović was born in Belgrade in 1979. He started to play piano at the age of 2, and when he was 4 he entered the school of music in the class of Prof. Gordana Jovanović. He graduated at the High school of music in 1994 in the class of Prof. Olga Jovanović. In the same year he enrolled at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class led by Prof. Mirjana Šuica-Babić and he finished bachelor (1999), master (2004) and PhD (2009) studies in the class led by Prof. Nevena Popović with highest marks. In 2006, he also finished master studies at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome with Prof. Sergio Perticaroli with highest marks. He was instructed at masterclasses by Lazar Berman, Giovanni Umberto Battel, Sergio Perticaroli and Nina Makarova. He won 1st prize at the Yugoslav Competitions twice (1987 and 1993), prizes for the best pianist both in high school of music (1994) and at Faculty of Music (2000), 1st prize at EPTA Competition in Belgrade (2001) and the prize for best recital of the season in Gallery SANU (2002). He was awarded 3rd prize at the Piano Competition in Rome (1995 and 1998), and special 1st prize with the maximum of points at the International Competition Petar Konjović in Belgrade (1997), as well as 3rd prize at the Piano Competition in Athens (1999). He played several hundreds of recitals and concerto performances in all major concert halls in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Italy and Greece. His live recording from a recital at Kolarac Hall in Belgrade became The Hit of the Year of Radio Belgrade in 2012 and The Hit of the Week in 2014 with an all time record of listeners votes in that classical music radio show. In 2015, his performances were published on CD of magazine “Muzika Klasika”. In 2016 PGP-RTS released his first full CD album. Maksimović was engaged as a demonstrator at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (2002-2006), he was a piano teacher in Music School Mokranjac in Belgrade (2006-2008) and an associate professor at FILUM in Kragujevac (2008-2009). He was engaged at the Faculty of Music as a piano teacher (2009-2012), an assistant professor (2012-2019) and an associate professor (2019).