Meri Bojić Radojčić

Meri Bojić RadojčićMERI BOJIĆ RADOJČIĆ (Serbia) completed her graduate and postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, where she is currently employed as a collaborative pianist at the Wind Department.

Her concert career and participation in international projects are marked by the performances with esteemed soloists such as Aurèle Nicolet (Switzerland – flute), Knut Sonstevold (Sweden – basoon), Mathias Allin (Germany – flute), Stanislav Apolin (Czech Republic – violoncello), Ljubiša Jovanović (Serbia – flute), Leonid Peisahov (Georgia  -violin), Vincent Lucas (France – flute), Julie Koidin (USA – flute), Dejan Gavrić (Germany  – flute), Matej Zupan (Slovenia – flute), Matjaž Debeljak (Slovenia – piccolo flute), Agustin Leon Ara (Spain – violin), Gergely Ittzés (Hungary – flute), Sarah Chang (USA  – violin), Bülent Evcil (Turkey – flute), Michel Bellvance (Canada – flute).

She has performed at the International Review of Composers in Belgrade, as well as at numerous festivals of international acclaim, including the Belgrade Cello Fest, Budva Grad Teatar, and the Belgrade Flute Fest. She has been engaged as the official collaborative pianist at Petar Konjović International Competition (highest competition categories) for a number of years, and acted in the same capacity at the 37th International Jeunesses Musicale Competition in Belgrade on two occasions: accompanying flutists in 2007, and clarinetists in 2011.  In 2011 and 2013 she was engaged as the official accompanist at the Anton Eberst Competition (flute).

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