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Haiku IV : for flute, viola, harp and percussion / Veljko Nenadic

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Gemengd ensemble (2-12 spelers)
Bezetting: fl vla hp perc

Haiku V : for piccolo, percussion and optional electronics / Veljko Nenadic

Genre: Electronische Muziek
Subgenre: Gemengd ensemble (2-12 spelers) met elektronica
Bezetting: picc perc (tape ad lib)

The Cherry Orchard (Višnjik) : Version for piano quartet / Isidora Zebeljan; redacted by Veljko Nenadic

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Pianokwartet (piano, viool, altviool, cello)
Bezetting: vn vla vc pf

nieuwste editie

Metamorphoses : Overture for orchestra

Genre: Onbekend



Nenadic, Veljko

Geboortedatum: 1998

Veljko Nenadić (1998) is one of the most awarded and performed Serbian composers of the younger generation. He has won over 40 awards at composition competitions and festivals. Renowned figures in composition such as Ennio Morricone, John Corigliano, Unsuk Chin, Tristan Murail, Mark Andre, and Ivan Fedele have awarded his compositions, which prominent international soloists and orchestras have performed. His works have been performed and broadcasted at concerts and music festivals across Europe, including the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy (68th International Rostrum of Composers in Palermo), Austria, Finland, Russia, Hungary, Norway, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in the United States and Africa (Festival International de Musique Symphonique d'Alger in Algeria). Challenge Records, Brilliant Classics, WMAS Records, Sequoia, and POP Depression released his compositions on CDs. His compositions are published by Donemus, while Editio Musica Budapest, Da_sh Music from Spain, Compozitor Publishing House from Russia, and Music Publishing House of Czech Radio have printed individual pieces.
“A wonderful heroic and adventurous energy. Veljko grabs you by the ears and pulls you into a hair-raising adventure, full of so many lively ideas and details, there’s never a dull moment.” (Gabriel Prokofiev)
“Music of Veljko Nenadić is impressively effective, particular, and energetic. The composer has a great sense of flow, dramaturgy, and the ability to synthesize different musical practices in a unique way... His pieces are full of imagination and admirable unpredictability.” (Jury members of Luigi Nono Composition Competition)
- First place at the Bartók World Composition Competition
- Winner of the Luigi Nono Composition Prize
- First place at the New Music Generation Composer Competition in Kazakhstan
- First place at the 6th International Competition of Choral Composition Ennio Morricone
- Awarded as Composer of the Year for 2022 by the Muzika Klasika magazine.
- Winner of the Jeunesses Musicales International Composer Competition
- Special prize at the Czech Radio Competition for New Organ Music

Education: Veljko studied composition at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade under the guidance of Isidora Žebeljan, and completed his master's studies with Draško Adžić, under whose supervision he is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in composition. Since 2021, he has been studying organ with Maja Smiljanić-Radić and working as a research assistant at the Composition Department of the same faculty. In addition to his composition work, he regularly performs as a pianist, organist, and harpsichordist, presenting his music and works by other composers, especially contemporary composers.