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DIREKTOR FESTIVALA

DIRIGENT

Osnivač i direktor Rosi festa. Studirao je dirigovanje i solo pevanje na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu, a na istom fakultetu trenutno je na doktorskim studijama operskog dirigovanja. Usavršavao se na seminarima i majstorskim radionicama uglednih dirigenata poput Uroša Lajovica (Austrija), Endrua Perota (Velika Britanija) i Maksa Fraja (Nemačka). Od 2006. godine je šef-dirigent hora Braća Baruh, osnovanog 1879. godine. Osnivač je i umetnički rukovodilac ansambla za ranu muziku Canticum novum i dirigent Jevrejskog kamernog orkestra. Od sezone 2009/10. angažovan je u Narodnom pozorištu u Beogradu gde je debitovao Mocartovom operom Figarova ženidba, a 2014. godine je postao i dirigent Operskog studija sa kojim je premijerno izveo dve Mocartove predstave: Čarobna frula i Bastijen i Bastijena. Kao gost dirigent, ostvario je zapažene koncerte sa mnogim ansamblima, između ostalih: Madrigalski hor FMU, Simfonijski orkestar FMU, vokalni ansambli Oktoih, Marienhain (Nemačka), Musica (Slovenija); zatim, Kraljevski gudači Sv. Đorđa, Jevrejski kamerni orkestar, Simfonijski orkestar Stanislav Binički i Crnogorski simfonijski orkestar. Dobitnik je brojnih priznanja i nagrada na najprestižnijim međunarodnim festivalima horske muzike, kao i posebnog odlikovanja države Izrael za ostvarivanje izuzetnog uspeha u oblasti jevrejske muzike. Među istaknutim umetnicima sa kojima je sarađivao izdvajaju se oskarovac Jiržij Mencel, Džon Ramster, Martin Evans, Olga Makarina, Ištvan Sekelj, Eraldo Salmieri, Klaudija Eder i drugi.

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FESTIVAL DIRECTOR

CONDUCTOR

Founder and director of Rossi Fest. Graduated from the University of Arts, Faculty of Music in Belgrade, in two departments: conducting and solo singing. Additional education includes trainings and workshops with the most prominent european conductors, such as: Uros Lajovic (AU), Michael Sheck (BE), Andrew Parrott (UK), and Max Frey (GE). Currently, he’s pursuing Phd at the University of Arts in Belgrade in the field of opera conducting. He began conducting at the age of 17 and since 2006 he’s the chief conductor of the Baruch Brothers Choir. He’s a founder and artistic director of the ensemble for early music Canticum Novum, and is the conductor of the Jewish chamber orchestra. Since the season 2009/10 he’s engaged at the National Theatre of Belgrade where his first performance was Le nozze di Figaro (W. A. Mozart). In 2014. he became the chief conductor of the Opera studio of the National Theatre and successfully performed two premieres – Die Zauberflote and Bastien und Bastienne. He also performed a notable concerts in cooperation with many different ensembles such as Madrigal Choir and Symphony Orchestra of University of Arts in Belgrade, Vocal Ensemble Oktoih, Musica (Slovenia), Vocal Ensemble Marienhain (Germany), St. George Royal Strings, Jewish Chamber Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra Stanislav Binički, Montenegro Symphony orchestra, etc. Stefan Zekic won numerous national and international rewards at the prestige festivals and competition, as well as special reward of the state of Israel for a remarkable contribution to strengthening Israel-Serbia relations. Among the prominent artists he has collaborated with are Oscar-winner Jiří Menzel, John Ramster, Martin Evans, Olga Makarina, István Székely, Eraldo Salmieri, Claudia Eder and others.​

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