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Boris Kraljevic

Visiting Professor at The Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade

Artistic Director of the International Festival “Dani muzike” in Herceg Novi

Boris Kraljevic completed his graduate and postgraduate studies (Master of Arts) at the State Conservatory Tchaikovsky in Moscow, Russia, in the class of Professor Lev Naumov. During his education he won the National Piano Competition in ex Yugoslavia three times and became laureate of international competitions. In many countries of the world Boris has performed recitals and piano concerts with symphony and chamber orchestras including performances with world renowned ensembles such as The Russian Symphony Orchestra, Czech Orchestra Virtuosi di Praga and Ensemble of Tokyo at international festivals held in Russia, Montenegro, Serbia, Czech Republic, Italy and in South Korea.

In addition, Boris had also performed recitals and concerts with distinguished artists and ensembles in prestigious concert halls such as Musikverein in Vienna, Concert Hall of Moscow Conservatory Tchaikovsky, Palace of United Nations in Geneva, Cairo Opera House, Teatro Solis in Montevideo, Cultural Center of Buenos Aires, Rudolfinum Concert Hall – Dvorak Hall in Prague, Concert Hall of Slovak Philharmonic and Seoul Arts Center.

Boris Kraljevic is currently the Senior Lecturer at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore and the Visiting Professor at The Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the Artistic Director of the International Festival “Dani muzike” in Herceg Novi, Montenegro and Honorary member of the Presidium of the International Festival Pontes in Czech Republic. Under his guidance many students received accolades and became laureates of piano competitions held in the USA, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and in ex-Yugoslavia. The Spanish label KNS Classical released two CD’s of Boris Kraljevic with recorded pieces of W.A.Mozart and Late Piano Works of Johannes Brahms. He is professor in demand for master classes at conservatories worldwide and often sits in the jury of international piano competitions.


Boris Kraljevic
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