International Music Specialization Academy
New - International Music Specialization Academy
Our main purpose is to provide superior and exceptional music instruction well above the regular curriculum to primary, elementary and university students. The school is composed of world famous international professors and students are provided with the opportunity to receive classes in a foreign language or their mother-tongue. Students are offered two semesters, which includes 48 hours of instruction. Upon completion of the course, students are graded by an international jury in Brac, Croatia. Graduated students are provided the opportunity to play in the music school of Brac from July 10-20. Applications are accepted on-line by internet till the 15th of September for the next up coming year. Studies will be held to international standards.
Iagoba Fanlo, cello. Head of the String Department at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, he coaches regularly master-classes at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Fanlo regularly coaches and conducts the jünger Kunstler Festival Orchestra in Bayreuth.
His recording of the Six Suites for solo cello by J.S. Bach has received the best reviews of the specialised media, being recommended on magazines as CD Compact, Ritmo, The Strad and Scherzo.
He has recently together with pianist Ivan Martín, premiered the work for cello and piano by Pablo Casals at the request of the Foundation Pau Casals. In 1994 he was selected to play the concert of E. Elgar under the batons of Yehudi Menuhin and Lynn Harrell, debuting next to the Orchestra of the Royal Academy in London that year. Ever since he has performed together with London New Sinfonia, Northern Chamber Orch., Saint Petersburg's State Hermitage Chamber Orch., Orquesta Sinfónica de Ciudad Real, Orq. de Castilla-León, Orq. Filarmónica de Málaga, North Czech Philharmonic Orch., Virtuosi di Praga, Orq. Sinfónica de la Region de Murcia, Real Orq. Sinfónica de Sevilla, Orquesta Nacional de España or the Panama National Orch. performing concertos by Haydn, Dvorak, Boccherini, Tchaikovsky, Martínez Burgos, Beethoven, Nin-Culmell, Rodrigo... along with conductors as O. Vlcek, P. Halffter, Y. Sharovsky, H. Avila, J. Bernàcer, O. Lenard, J. Cantarell- Rocha, A. Ros-Marbà, C. Olivieri-Munroe, J. De Eusebio or Colin Metters.
Prestigious Spanish composers such as B. Casablancas, E. Guimerá, M. Del Barco, T. Aragüés, M. Martínez Burgos, A. Romero, R. Paús, G. Díaz Yerro, P. Halffter or C. Perón have dedicated their works to him, and has worked personally with composers such as G. Ligeti and G. Kurtag.
Mr. Anner Bijlsma pointed out his recording of Boccherini and Porreti sonatas with baroque cello as “A unique chance to have the opportunity to listen how Boccherini himself would play...”.
Iagoba Fanlo plays a Guillamí cello built in 1746.
Nebojsa Maksimovic Piano professor at the University of Music Art in Belgrade.
He has made public appearances and held concerts on radio and television. He has had hundreds of solo recitals and performed as a soloist with orchestras in all major theaters in Serbia, Montenegro, Serbian Republic, Italy and Greece (including evening concert in the great hall Kolarac Foundation, the synagogue in Novi Sad, Governor's Palace in Banja Luka, the great hall "Parco della musica" in Rome and other) as well as at festivals such as "Bemus," "A Tempo", "Dimitrion-" in Thessaloniki, "Opera Barga" and "William Walton" in Italy, and many others.
His recording with solo concert in the great hall Kolarac Foundation became a hit in the "Ranking of classical music Radio Belgrade 2" for 2012 and Hit weeks in 2014 with a record number of votes in that show. He performed at a gala celebration of the 150th anniversary of the University of Belgrade in 2013.
Tanja Andrijic studied piano and vocal performance, was a member of the National Theater's Opera Studio in Belgrade for three years, and completed her studies with Rudolf Piernay at the Music Academy in Mannheim, She was a finalist at the Young Singer's Competition of La Scala Milan and at the auditions for the Atelier Lyrique of the Paris Opera and has won the international competitions "Petar Konjovic" and "Nikola Cvejic" in Belgrade, apart from various national competitions in Serbia.
Aleksandar Miljkovic (born 1975) is teaching double bass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, as well as in music school "Stankovic" in Belgrade, where he workes from 2002.
He graduated double bass in Belgrade, and simultaneously studied at the Royal Academy of Music in Stokholmu, Sweden. He attended his master studies at the Conservatory in Salamanca, Spain. He also completed the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan, USA. He was rewarded with full scolarships throughout his education.
He has held many solo concerts and public events, among them the solo concert in Vienna, Spain, Sweden, America, Serbia... His students have received many prestigious awards and studied in many universities around the world.read more