Mikica Jevtic

conductor, Serbia


Mikica Jevtić was born in Horb, Germany. He graduated from the National Music Academy in Kiev, majoring in Conducting under Professor Alin Vlasenko, and Accordion under Professor Pavel Fenyuk. From 2001 to 2003 he was engaged as the conductor of the Dnyepropetrovsk Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theatre in Ukraine. As conductor of the Kiev Music School String Orchestra, he appeared in concerts in Spain, Poland, Germany, and Portugal. He has had numerous public appearances with the National Ukrainian Symphony Orchestra.

Since 2005 he has been employed as the Šabac High School Orchestra conductor. In 2011, he became the house conductor of the Serbian National Theater Opera Orchestra in Novi Sad. His repertoire includes a number of operas and ballets, such as Evgeny Onyegin, Traviata, The Wedding of Figaro, Tzar's Bride, Nabuko, Rigoleto, The Nutcracker, Don Quichotee, Swan lake. He was the winner of the First Prize of the First International Conducting Competition Stefan Turčak in Kiev, 2006.

“As a jury member of the International Competition Stefan Turčak, held in Kiev in 2006, as well as the Sergej Prokofiev Comeptition in Saint Petersburg in 2008, I had the opportunity to become acquainted with the Serbian conductor, Mikica Jevtić. This young musician displayed a palette of exceptional conducting qualities, strong musicianship and the excellent conducting education he acquired during his studies at the National Music Academy in Kiev, studying with the esteemed professor Alin Vlasenko. Mikica Jevtić is a talented and remarkably professionally prepared conductor. His developtment as an artist deserves attention and support”.
Saulius Sandecki,
Conductor and Honorary Professor at the N. R. Korsakov Academy,
Saint Petersburg