Shortly About Me
Equally active in classical and contemporary composed music as well as free improvisation, Milana Zarić combines orchestral and ensemble work with solo harp performance, connecting the classical idiom to contemporary sensibility and new technologies. Organizer as well as performer in collaborative projects, she aims to create new bridges and challenge the boundaries between the traditional roles of composer, performer and improviser.
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The monthly series ImprovE was organised on 15th September at a hugely inspirational venue – Magacin Macura, out-of-town ex wheat hangar turned into art gallery, with a 100 metre long walkway. We were honoured to host Paul Pignon, multi-instrumentalist, composer and improvisor, as well as Kaja Farszky, percussionist from Zagreb. Richard Barrett and I joined Continue Reading
The Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (Committee for the protection or Serbian musical heritage) had released a CD with works by the late composer Enriko Josif, recorded at a live performance at the Gallery of SANU, from November 2013. This CD, produced by Borislav Čičovački, contains solo and chamber pieces Sonata brevis, Ballad, Four Continue Reading
This compilation DVD represents Serbian National Television and Radio (RTS Digital channel) live broadcasts of a concert series held at the Studio six of the Radio Belgrade. Ensemble Studio6 is represented with three pieces, by Tamara Basarić, Branka Popović and Stevan Kovacs Tickmayer. Performing musicians were Karolina Baeter on flutes, Vladimir Blagojević on accordean, Borislav Čičovački Continue Reading