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Drekavac : for piccolo / David Mastikosa

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Fluit
Bezetting: picc

iRitual : for piano and human being / David Mastikosa

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Piano
Bezetting: pf

Error #1 : Miniature for clarinet in B flat / David Mastikosa

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Klarinet
Bezetting: cl

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Necropolis : Five miniatures for symphony orchestra / David Mastikosa

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Orkest
Bezetting: picc 2fl 2ob 2cl cl-b 2fg 4h 2tpt 2trb-t trb-b tb perc pf str



Mastikosa, David

Website: David Mastikosa - Facebook Fan Page ; David Mastikosa - Official website ; David Mastikosa - Youtube

David Mastikosa (1992, BiH) is a younger generation Bosnian composer. He completed undergraduate and master studies at the Academy of Arts at the University of Banja Luka in the class of prof. Tatjana Milošević Mijanović, PhD. The same Academy elected him a teaching assistant in 2015, and later a senior teaching assistant at the Department of Musical Theory and Pedagogy in 2020.
David Mastikosa's compositions are characterized by unique and distinctive artistic expression. He won several awards for music, most notably the award for the best music for contemporary film, awarded by British Council Ukraine in cooperation with Dovženko-Centr in February 2020. In addition to the award presented by the University of Banja Luka for achieved international results, distinguished work, and achievements in scientific and exploratory activities and the artistic work, David also won the award of the City of Banja Luka – to the youth for the contribution to the development of the culture of the city.
Following the appearance of David Mastikosa’s music in the international circles, he has been receiving commissions from prominent artists and music festivals. His music was performed by artists and ensembles such as Bartolomej Stanković (piano), Sauro Berti (bass clarinet), Saša Mirković (viola), Andrea Nikolić (violin), Stockholm Saxophone Quartet, Ensemble Metamorphosis, Кalamos quintet, Zagreb soloists, Zagreb flute ensemble, Novosadski duvački kvintet, Banja Luka Philharmony, Brass UL AG, and others. Mastikosa is the author of over 70 different compositions performed at festivals and events across the world, including but not limited to: Dani Vlade S. Miloševića (BiH), Vareš Classic Festival (BiH), Festivalis Druskomanija (Lithuania), World Music Day (USA), and AlbaNova (Belgium).
Mastikosa is one of the most active Bosnian film and media music composers. He is the author of the multiple award-winning documentaries “Lica Lafore” and “Djeca” by Denis Bojić, produced by the Radio Television of Republic of Srpska. In addition to the documentaries, Mastikosa actively writes the music for short and animated movies as well as theatre music. Currently, Mastikosa is in his third year of PhD studies of composition in the class of prof. Aleksandra Vrebalov, PhD at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He is a long-term recipient of the stipend awarded by the Fond “Dr Milan Jelić”. Mastikosa’s music is exclusively published by Donemus Publishing House of Contemporary Classical Music from the Netherlands. He is also an alumnus of the French talent school Académie musicale de Villecroze. David Mastikosa lives, works and creates in Banja Luka.

2011 - 2017

Concert Halls (selection)
Cultural Centre Banski dvor (Bosnia and Herzegovina); B&H Army Hall - Cultural Center (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall (Croatia); Oris House of Architecture (Croatia); Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade (Serbia); Knjaževsko-srpski teatar Kragujevac (Serbia); Guarnerius Art Centre (Serbia); Novi Sad City Hall (Serbia); Cultural Center of Novi Sad (Serbia); Kazinska dvorana Palača Kazina (Slovenia); Associazione Circolo Artistico Politecnico (Italy); Arnold Schönberg Center (Vienna); Burgtheater Wien (Vienna); Altes Rathaus Wien (Vienna); Chapelle Saint-Victor, Villecroze (France); Queen Elizabeth Hall - Elisabeth Center (Belgium); Raundondvaris Arts Incubator (Lithuania); Showa University of Music (Japan);

2011 - 2017

Performers (selection)
Sauro Berti – Bass Clarinet (Italy); Quator Girard – String Quartet (France); Novosadski duvački kvintet – Wind Quintet (Serbia); Ken Kunita – Bass Clarinet (Netherlands/Japan); Robert Botti – oboe (USA); Aleksandra Kopić – Flute (Serbia/Bosnia and Herzegovina); Zagreb Soloists – String Orchestra (Croatia); Ana Batinica – Flute (Croatia); Zagreb Flute Ensemble (Croatia); Bartolomej Stanković – Piano (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Andrea Nikolić – Violin (Austria/BH); Banja Luka Philharmonic Orchestra (BH); Antwerp Symphony Orchestra (Belgium); Māris Rozenfelds – Accordion (Latvia);

2011 - 2017

Festivals/Concerts (selection)
Dani Vlade S. Miloševića; Noć muzeja; XIX Curso Internacional de Clarinete – Julian Menendez; The Basement Concert; Make Music New York; Festival Note tra i Calanchi; International Art Colony Pliva 2015; Festival Ruid al Sud; Sarajevo Sonic Studio; 2015 Kompos Symposium; Vareš Classic Festival 2016 & 2017; Balkan Madness BH edition; Branko’s Award Ceremony at Sremski Karlovci; Composers+ Summer Academy Concert;

2011 - 2017

Composition/Electronic Music : Philippe Hersant, Philippe Manoury, Tamara Basarić, Vinko Globokar, Wolfgang Heiniger, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Alessio Sabella, Zlatko Baracskai, Wim Hendrickx, Diederik Glorieux, Jorrit Tamminga, Marko Nikodijević, Uroš Rojko, Rūta Vitkauskaitė and Ben Lunn;
Iiñaki Alberdi – Writing for Accordion;
Nikola Srdić, Milan Milošević, Đuro Pete – Clarinet;

2011 - 2017

Masterclasses/Workshops (selection)
Composers + Summer Academy (2017); SoundMine (2017); Sonemus Fest 2017; Sarajevo Jazz Fest – Music Meeting (2016); SoundMine (2016); Ruid al Sud, International Festival of Arts, Novi Sad (2015); Workshop for Contemporary Music, Novi Sad (2014); Sarajevo Sonic Studio (2014); Sarajevo Sonic Studio (2013); Academie Musicale de Villecroze, France (2013); KompArt 2, Novi Sad (2012); Workshop for clarinet, Gučevo 2010;

2011 - 2017

• Academy of Arts Banja Luka – Award for the best (most promising) student of Composition Departament
• Edict of Milan of 313 – third place for chamber composition
• Association of Composers – Music authors/AMUS Award for the best composer at Academy of Arts Banja Luka
• III International Piano Competition Smederevo – first prize winner - composition iRitual for piano and human being
• City of Banja Luka Award - special recognition of City of Banja Luka for contribution to the huge development of art and culture in the city