Winner of the
42nd International Jeunesses Musicales Competition
Belgrade / Clarinet

March 22 – April 1  2012


Stojan Krkuleski was born on April 12, 1986 in Belgrade, Serbia. He received his basic musical education in the Mokranjac School of Music, Belgrade, class of Professor Aelksandar Nikolic. From 2005 – 2009 he studied at the Belgrade University Academy of Music, class of Professor Ante Grgin. He graduated on 22 December 2009. with highest honors. Since 2010 he has been attending master studies at Musik Akademie der Stadt Basel, in Basel, Switzerland, class of Professor François Benda.

W. A. Mozart: Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra A major K.622
1st Movement: Allegro. Stojan Krkuleski – clarinet & “Camerata Serbica”, Biljana Radovanović – conductor

He has won many prizes, the most significant being First prizes at the Jeunesses Musicales International Competition in Belgrade 2012, Yamaha Music Foundation of Europe in Zurich 2012, Marco Fiorindo in Torino 2010, Petar Konjovic Belgrade in 2008.

Stjan Krkuleski and jury member Milan Rericha, Professor

He attended master classes with renowned artists such as Paul Meyer, François Benda, Mate Bekavac and David Giffiths.  He has performed with youth orchestras – CEIYO, Bayreuth Junger Kunstler and others.

C. M. von Weber: Clarinet Concerto No. 2, Op 74, Mvt 1

Stojan Krkuleski
– clarinet

He has held numerous recitals in Belgrade and other cities throughout Serbia. He performed as soloist with the Basel Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Serbica, The Belgrade Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra, Arte Chamber Orchestra  and Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra.

In the course of his studies at the Belgrade Academy of Music he worked  with the Serbian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Serbica Orchestra  and the Madlenianum Chamber Opera Orchestra.

C. M. von Weber: Clarinet Concerto No. 2, Op 74, Mvt 3

Stojan Krkuleski
– clarinet

Stojan is curently employed as a trainee with the Berner Symphonie Orchester in Bern, Switzerland.

In Basel he has worked with Professors Heinz Holigger, Felix Renggli, Thomas Herzog David LeClair and others.

In the course of his master studies in Basel he has taken an active part in concert performances in Switzerland, notably in the genres of chamber and contemporary music.

Claude Debussy: First Rhapsody for Clarinet and Piano

Stojan Krkuleski
– clarinet, Elina Gotsouliak – piano

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