THE BEST YOUNG SERBIAN CLARINETIST IN 2013 RECEIVED THE AWARDS

BELGRADE, 12 April 2013
The Music School “Dr Vojislav Vučković”

THE BEST YOUNG SERBIAN CLARINETIST IN 2013 RECEIVED THE AWARDS

At the gala closing concert of laureates of the Republic competition of young Serbian clarinetist in 2013, the best young clarinetist of Serbia (laureates) were first addressed by Competition director Dragomir Bratić.

Opening speech of the Competition director Dragomir Bratić

Audience and young artists were also addressed by the jury member Andrej Zupan from Slovenia,clarinetist and professor at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana.

Welcoming speech of a clarinetist
Andrej Zupan from Slovenia

After the welcoming speech of a professor and clarinetist Andrej Zupan, audience and competition laureates were addressed by the jury member from Bosnia and Herzegovina, a clarinetist and professor at the Music Academy in Sarajevo, Vedran Tuce.

Welcoming speech of a clarinetist
Vedran Tuce from Bosnia and Herzegovina

Closing speech was given by a renowned Italian clarinetist and professor at the Academy in Milan, Stefano Carsili. Stefano heartily congratulated young clarinetists on the achieved results and gave them awards which he had provided from sponsors of this high-ranking competition.

Most valuable and most significant award, the clarinetL.A.Ripamonti“, was given to pre-category laureate, Miloš Zeljković, in the class of professor Radivoj Lazić, a pupil of the Musical School “Kosta Manojlović“ in Zemun, who only received 100 points from each member of the jury at this Competition.

Milos-&-Carsili

Italian clarinetist and a professor at the Academy in Milan, Stefano Carsili, gives the clarinet “L.A.Ripamonti” worth € 2000, to the Republic Competition laureate in 2013, Miloš Zeljković.

LAUREAT-&-KLARINET

— I’m so happy to receive such a valuable clarinet. I have been collecting money for a long time to buy it one day, but could not reach a significant sum. I’m really very happy! Many thanks to the sponsors and Mr. Stefano Carsili!

The sponsors’ awards were also given to the following laureates: Nebojša Brkić (6 boxes of Marca reeds) and Milica Jovanović (a Citizen watch), both from The Music School “Kosta Manojlović” Zemun; Vukašin Gogoš (Licostini mouthpiece) from The Music School “Jovan Bandur“ Pančevo and Nikola Marjanov (…) from The Music School in Vrbas.

Welcoming speech of a clarinetist
Stefano Carsili from Italy
and awarding of valuable prizes

WHO were THE SPONSORS of those valuable awards?

Note that the sponsors of those beautiful and valuable prizes were: L.A. Ripamonti“, “ Piermas“, “ MarcaandAlessandro Licostini.

   Awarded students, professors, parents, and representatives of the Association of Music and Ballet Schools of Serbia, are grateful to all members of the jury, and especially to Mr. Stefano Carsili, who delighted them with valuable gifts.

Belgrade, 12 April 2013

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