Anika Vavic

Anika Vavic



Anika Vavic was born in Belgrade where she studied until the age of sixteen, when she moved to Vienna, Dova studied at the conservatory with Noel Flores. His constant landmarks were also Elisabetha Leonskaja, Lazar Berman, Oleg Maisenberg, Alexander Satz and Mstislav  Rostropovich. He played for the first time in public in his hometown, when he was 8 years old and has since performed in recitals, with orchestra, for radios and televisions international and in chamber formations. Among his recent commitments we remember his performance of the Concerto No. 4 of Shedrin with Valery Gergeev at the Festival of the white Nights of Petersburg last July, his debut at the London Proms last August with the Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski, with whom he also played the third of Prokofiev at the Festival Enescu and his return to Munich for the concert of Scriabin with the Münchner Philharmonic and Paavo Järvi in March 2014.

The Scosa season Anika played Beethoven in Munich with the Philharmonic, returned to the Musikverein in Vienna with Beethoven's No. 2 concert, held recitals in Germany Austria and Italy and played chamber music with Renaud Capuçon and Daniel Müller-Schott and Other. In 2001 Anika had won the Steinway competition in Vienna, also obtaining the special prize for his interpretation of Haydn. The same year she was awarded a scholarship by the prestigious Herbert von Karajan Centrum in Vienna and the Gottfried von Einem Foundation. In 2002 he was awarded the Austrian National Prize for women in art. During the season 2003/04 Anika Vavic, on indication of the Musikverein and the Konzerthaus of Wien was chosen for the International series of concerts "rising Stars" that led her to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York, at the Wigmore Hall in London, at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Musikverein in Vienna, the Philharmonie in Cologne, the Megaron of Athens, the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels and the Cité de la Musique in Paris. These concerts followed the recording of the program on CD produced by the Austrian Radio and the Vienna Musikverein.


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