BOKA CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

Tivat Music Festival
2024

August 4 2024, 9 p.m.

Partner of the program:

BOKA

Andrea Živković, flute
Nenad Jovanović, violin
Željko Ivović, cello
Marina Mikić, piano
Dubravka Drakić, actress

PROGRAM

Vida Matjan (1896–1993)
Morning (Dawn), for piano trio
Night (Lullaby), for piano trio

Melanie Bonis (1858–1937)
Soir – Matin, Op.76, for piano trio

Clara Schumann (1819–1896)
Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22, arranged for cello: Miloš Čorlija
Andante molto
Allegretto
Leidenschaftlich schnell

Dora Pejačević (1885–1923)
Romance, for violin and piano

Irena Popović (1974)
About an eternal wave that never hit the bow of the ship and the horizon line, for piano
Do you remember, for piano

Melanie Bonis
Suite en trio, Op.59, for flute, violin, and piano
Sérénade
Pastorale
Scherzo

Irena Popović
Overture, for flute, violin, cello, and piano

Umjetnici

Andrea Živković, flute, completed her primary and secondary music education at the Vida Matjan Music School in Kotor, under Professor Jasminka Terzić and Assistant Professor Žana Lekić. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade under Professor Ljubiša Jovanović, and later obtained her master’s degree from the Music Academy of the University of Montenegro in Cetinje, also under Professor Ljubiša Jovanović. Andrea Živković has won numerous awards, including first prizes at the International Competition in Barletta (Italy), the International Davorin Jenko Competition in Belgrade, and the Republic Competition in Bar. She has participated in masterclasses led by distinguished professors such as Davor Bušić, Giovanni Mareggini, Karolj Maročik, János Bálint, Sandrine François, Jean-Michel Varache, and Peter-Lukas Graf. Andrea Živković is a member of the Talija Quartet, founded in 2007, the Kotor City Music Band (since 2011), and the Operosa Orchestra (since 2015). She is also dedicated to music education, serving since 2008 as an educator at the Vida Matjan Primary and Secondary Music School, where she currently holds the position of Head of the Wind Instrument Department. She is also one of the founding members of the NGO Flute Art (2016), which has hosted esteemed flute professors, including Peter-Lukas Graf, Felix Renggli, and Dejan Gavrić, as part of its activities.

Nenad Jovanović, osnovno i srednje muzičko obrazovanje završio je u Školi za muzičke talente u Ćupriji, a osnovne i master studije na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu, u klasi prof. Ljubomira Mihailovića. Kao učenik Škole za muzičke talente, dobitnik je brojnih prvih i specijalnih nagrada na takmičenjima u zemlji i inostranstvu. Bio je dugogodišnji član orkestra Opere Narodnog pozorišta u Beogradu i Kamernog orkestra Gudači Svetog Đorđa, i saradnik orkestara Camerata Serbica i Symphonia Vienna. Nastupao je u zemljama bivše Jugoslavije, u Norveškoj, Mađarskoj, Kini, Poljskoj, Slovačkoj, sarađujući s priznatim solistima i dirigentima kao što su Roman Simović, Uroš Lajovic, Ivo Pogorelić, Stefan Milenković, Bojan Suđić, Darinka Matić Marović, Gordan Nikolić. Učestvovao je na festivalima BEMUS, Ohridsko leto, Splitsko ljeto, Festival Ljubljana, NIMUS. Član je Crnogorskog simfonijskog orkestra, na poziciji vođe grupe drugih violina, kao i Crnogorskog kamernog orkestra. Kao član gudačkog kvarteta Crnogorskog simfonijskog orkestra ostvario je niz koncerata u Crnoj Gori i Albaniji. Bavi se pedagoškim radom kao nastavnik violine u Muzičkoj školi u Tivtu.

Dubravka Drakić, actress, graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje in 1999, under the mentorship of Professor Borislav Stjepanović. In 2014, she was appointed as an Assistant Professor of the Speech course at the same faculty. She has served as the Director of the City Theater in Podgorica and as the President of the Council of the Budo Tomović Cultural-Information Center. Dubravka Drakić has appeared in feature and documentary films, television dramas and series, and has taken on numerous theatrical roles, including: The Peasant Woman (Stevan Koprivica, A Love Story), The Innkeeper (Aleksandra Glovacki, The Three Musketeers), The Witch (Petar II Petrović Njegoš, The Mountain Wreath), Radomir’s Gospava (Igor Bojović, The Marriage of King Vukašin), Georgette (Molière, The School for Wives), and Washerwoman (F.G. Lorca, Yerma). She has performed at the Children’s Theater in Podgorica, the Montenegrin National Theater, and the City Theaters of Podgorica, Nikšić, and Herceg Novi, as well as at festivals across the country and the region. Dubravka Drakić has collaborated with directors such as Milan Karadžić, Jagoš Marković, Branislav Mićunović, Ljubosav Majera, Blagota Eraković, Petar Božović, Ana Vukotić, Nikola Zavišić, Radmila Vojvodić, Stefan Sablić, and Boris Liješević, among others. She has received numerous professional awards and recognitions, including the annual Award of the City of Podgorica (2014).

Useful information

Time

9 p.m.

Location

DTV Partizan

Tivat Music Festival

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