Interartists welcomes Maja BogdanovicJune 11th 2012
Interartists Amsterdam is very proud to announce cellist Maja Bogdanovic from now on will be world wide represented by Interartists.
Maja Bogdanovic was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1982. After finishing studies at the Kosta Manojlovic Music School, she went to Paris, at the age of 16, to the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse, where she graduated and won 1st prizes for cello and chamber music. In Paris, where she now lives, she studied in the class of Michel Strauss, and post graduated studies with Itamar Golan and Pierre-Laurent Aimard. She continued her studies at the Universität der Künste in Berlin with Jens Peter Maintz.
After winning the Safran Foundation Prize in 2008, Maja Bogdanovic gave a recital at the Carnegie Hall. This recital was described in The Strad magazine as \"a performance of exceptional beauty of sound and a great maturity of interpretation, accompanied by a secure technique\".
In Belgrade Maja in October 2008 had the honor of performing Krszysztof Penderecki\'s Second Cello Concerto with the composer conducting. Following this, Maja toured Mexico with Aguascalientes and Monterrey orchestras, gave recitals in the French Polynese, concerts in the Salle Pleyel in Paris, and performed in London the First Shostakovitch Cello Concerto, at Sydenham Music Festival. Maja toured South Korea with pianist Masha Belooussova, she will be on tour in South America and will perform at summer festivals in Holland, France and Serbia.
In 2007, she won first prize in the Aldo Parisot International Cello Competition in South Korea, second prize and the audience award at the Gaspard Cassado Competition in Japan in 2006, where she performed with Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. She was awarded the 3rd prize at the Jeunesses Musicales competition in Belgrade in 2005, as well as 3 special prizes.
Maja has played with Serbian Radio Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic, Muenchenner Kammerorchester, St George Strings, St Bartholomew orchestra, Aguascalientes Symphony, Monterrey Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic, Wonju Philharmonic, Sejong soloists and Garde Republicaine.
Maja is very interested in contemporary music and has worked with many composers, such as K. Penderecki, S. Gubaidulina, P. Hersant, N. Bacri, I. Jevtic...
Her chamber music partners throughout many concerts and festivals include pianists Masha Belooussova, Jean Claude Vanden Eynden, Julien Gernay, Sanja and Lidija Bizjak, violinists Nemanja Radulovic, Gil Sharon, Grigory Zhislin, violist Vladimir Mendelssohn, cellists Michel Strauss and Alain Meunier, clarinettists Philippe Berrod, Sandrine Vasseur as well as string quartets Talich and Ebene.
For more information about Maja please take a look at her website: www.majabogdanovic.com
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