Belgrade string quartet



Belgrade String Quartet with Nevenka Tatić (first violin), Vladimir Vasiljević (second violin), Dejan Rokvić (viola) and Dušan Stojanović (cello) was established in January 1990. Since then, Belgrade String Quartet became one of the leading chamber ensembles in Serbia because of its successful concert activity and wide presence in the media. The Quartet performed at the international festivals: “BELEF”, “Kalemegdanski Sutoni”, “International Review of Composers” and “Jesen na Cukarici” (Belgrade), at the International Festival of chamber music (Niš), “Mokranjčevi dani” (Negotin) and “Barski Ljetopis” (Montenegro).

Belgrade String Quartet also participates widely at the international music scene: London (1992), Florence (1993), Regio-Emilia (1994), Treviso (1996 and 1999), Skopje (2001), and Venice (2002). Belgrade String Quartet realized many recordings for Radio-television Serbia and in the year 2000, when the Quartet celebrated 10th anniversary, it published the first CD Numero Uno. The second CD with the compositions of Ottorino Respighi was published in 2002. Italian music house Amici della Musica di Venezia published a live CD from the Venice concert in 2003, and the CD with works of Dmitri Shostakovich was published recently.

The Quartet made a successful debut in Washington (April 2005). In 2006, Quartet participates on the Festival on the island of Cres in Croatia, and in Germany, in collaboration with the concert agency Pro Musica from Bamberg. In 2008 and 2009 the Quartet had two more successful tours in Germany. Large number of classical and contemporary compositions as well as transcriptions of popular music makes the repertoire of the ensemble.