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Born in Belgrade in 1966. He began playing the violin in his fifth year and already in the seventh appearance in the television show of famous artists of the cultural programs of Yugoslav Radio Television, Ilda Ivanji.
He graduated from Nis and secondary music education at the Music School Stevan Mokranjac in the class of prof. Ljubivoja Nikolica. During their education in Belgrade they won a number of awards at republic and federal competitions. Since 1983, he studied in Moscow for the first two years at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in the class of famous Russian violinist Marine Jasvili, and since 1985 she joined the National Academy of Gnesin (Moscow) in the class of professor Vladimir Rabey, with whom I graduated 1990 with the highest grade. During all the years spent in Moscow, alongside studies, she taught violin repertoire with legendary violinist and pedagogue Elizabeth Gilels.
Ivan Kundičević continues his violinist career in Latin America in 1992. Since 1992, he has been a full-time professor of violin and chamber music at the Lim Conservatory (Peru). He plays regularly as a soloist with the National Symphony Orchestra of Peru as well as the Limski Philharmonic. In the Tom period, he receives calls from the Mayo and Buenos Aires chamber orchestra with whom he performs at the Colon Theater, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra with whom he plays as a soloist on a tour of Germany in almost all major cities of Germany. Ivan Kundičević played as a soloist with the Stone Orchestra "The Strokes of St. George" on several occasions, and some of these concerts were recorded by RTS television. With the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra he performed as a soloist in Nova Gorica (Slovenia).
He also performed with the Belgrade Philharmonic as well as with the Low Symphony Orchestra. During his artistic career, participation in festival festivals is Hvar Summer Festival (Croatia), Barski ljetopis (Montenegro), San Giovanni Valdrano (Italy), Serbian Days of Culture in Paris (France) as well as BELF (Belgrade Year I Festival Serbia). Ivan Kundičević is a soloist and chamber musician performer in Russia, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Argentinian, Peru, Bolivia, Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro and Serbia. He worked with artists like Elizabeth Ginzburg, Alexander Paley, Olga Kern, Jovan Kolundzija, Sreten Krstic, Aleksandar Serdar and others. Ivan Kundicevic recorded for radio and television JRT, BK, RTS, Antena3, studio B, radio 202, radio Belgrade. He recorded the CD, Luces & Sombras and New Orient Express.
In the role of conductor he founded the chamber orchestra Diton and the orchestra La orchestra Dee la ciudad De los Reyes with whom he conducted the soloists of the New York City Opera as well as Alexander Paley, Alexander Serdar, Olga Cern and others. He dealt with the music menu and through his agency Diton, the Limbian audience had the opportunity to hear eminent artists such as Nelson Frayer, Jaime Lared, Yo Yo Ma, New York City Opera and others.