Germany

Milana Chernyavska

Milana Chernyavska, a German artist with Ukrainian roots, has established herself as one of the leading pianists of our times, already looking back on an impressive career. Her critics agree with Alfred Brendel, who wrote that Happiness was complete when one listened to Milana Chernyavska...

Switzerland

Stefan Vovka Ashkenazy

Vovka Ashkenazy made his debut in London at the Barbican Centre in 1983 with the London Symphony Orchestra under Richard Hickox, performing Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto. Since then, his career has taken him all across Europe, and to Australia, New Zealand, Japan and the Americas...

Italy

Teresa Trevisan

The Italian pianist Teresa Trevisan, born in the Venetian fortress of Palmanova, graduated cum laude and a special ministerial mention from the Music Conservatory Giuseppe Tartini in Trieste. She is currently full time piano professor at the Trieste Music Conservatory Giuseppe Tartini, as a winner of the last National State Competition...

Serbia

Jokut Mihailović

Jokut Mihailović finished her studies at the Moscow conservatory Tchaikovsky under Professors Ljudmila Roščina and Leonid Brumberg. Her professional artistic and teaching career is connected to Serbia and former Yugoslavia...

Serbia

Vladimir Cvijić

Vladimir Cvijić is associate professor at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. He received his D.A. in 2012 and is a laureate of a number of national and international competitions, including the Grand Prix Claude Kahn prize on the international competition Claude Kahn in Paris...

 

We are proud to announce the members of the Piano Competition Jury where world renowned artists and piano pedagogues Nataša Veljković (Austria), Daniel Rivera (Argentina/Italy), Nevena Popović (Serbia), Susanna Spaemann (Austria), Liudmila Sinagovskaya (Russia), Martin Kasík (Czech Republic), Rustam Shaykhutdinov (Russia), Jakša Zlatar (Croatia)...