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Nikola Djoric


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    I. Allegro - Arr. for Accordion - Johann Sebastian Bach, Kurpfälzisches Kammerorchester
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    Pastorale in E Major, Op. 19, FWV 31 (Arr. for Accordion) - César Franck,
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    Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade I - Arr. for Accordion - Modest Mussorgsky,
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    Piano Sonata No. 8 in A Minor, K. 310 (Arr. for Accordion): I. Allegro maestoso - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
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    Pictures at an Exhibition: Gnomus - Arr. for Accordion - Modest Mussorgsky,
Nikola Djoric achieves, with the sound spectrum of the accordion, new and never before perceived hues in works by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart or Scarlatti, resulting in enthusiastic cheers from the concert audiences of all ages.
In various musical formations (among others with Ensemble Wien (Vienna Philharmonic), with cellist Ana Topalovic (Duo-Arcord) with Signum Saxophone Quartet as well with the singer Juliette Mars(Vienna State Opera) he performed on international stages, such as the Philharmonie in Cologne, Musikverein in Vienna and at the Beethoven Festival in Bonn and convinced both the audience and the critics of his musical excellence.
Important competitive achievements in his career are, among others, the first prize of the Fidelio University competition at Vienna Conservatory in 2009 and 2011. This competition offers high visibility in Austria and leads to numerous international engagements.
He studied at the Vienna Conservatory with Svetlana Kravchenko, Jovica Djordjevic, and then Grzegorz Stopa and graduated in 2013.
Contemporary music is also of great interest to him. He works with many composers and has performed premieres of works by Johanna Doderer, Akos Banlaky, Gabrielle Proy, Margareta Ferek-Petrić,Armin Sanayei and many others.


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