Goran Marinković – bassoon

D.A. Goran Marinković (1962) graduated at the Wind instruments department–bassoon and at the Composition department at the Faculty of music in Belgrade. He finished postgraduate studies  at the Wind instruments department-bassoon. He received the title of Doctor of Arts in 2013 (chamber music “Profiling of sound and interpretative role of bassoon in chamber works of Serbian composers from 20th and 21st century”, mentor MA Zorica Ćetković).

During his artistic career, he was a member and first solo bassoon player of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and State chamber orchestra “Cyprus State Orchestra”. Goran Marinković is the first solo bassoon player of the orchestra “Camerata Serbica”.

From his experience in chamber music, most noticeable are: he was a member of chamber ensemble “Belgrade baroque quartet”, member of wind quintet “Less Bacchanalles”, “Ensemble for new music”. Currently, he is a member of ensemble “Gradilište”, “Belgrade chamber sextet” and chamber ensemble “Novi Sad Wind Quintet”.

Goran Marinković performed a great number of solo concerts and chamber music concerts. Most noticeable are: solo concert cycle “Encounter with the artist” in 2005; series of concerts-National concert season in 2008; solo concert in gallery “Artget” in Belgrade 2008; two concerts of wind sextet in Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment in 2010; chamber music concert for instrumental quintet and septet, hall of Belgrade Philharmonic in 2010; chamber music concert and performing of author’s work “Goran Marinković and friends” in 2011; profiling of sound and interpretative role of bassoon in chamber works of Serbian composers from 20th and 21st century in hall of Students’ Cultural Centre in 2013; two concerts of ensemble “Belgrade chamber sextet” in the hall of Students’ Cultural Centre and hall of Belgrade Philharmonic in 2016.

Compositions of Goran Marinković were performed at Review of Composers in Opatija and Belgrade, also concerts which were part of Belgrade Music Festival and many other concerts in the country and abroad. His works were also performed in alternative spaces where the creativity of contemporary authors is affirmed.

He is a professor at the Faculty of music in Belgrade, Chamber music department, working with wind ensembles.

Ksenija Mijatović Korom – flute

Ksenija Mijatović Korom was born in Sombor in 1982, where she finished the elementary music school “Petar Konjović” in the class of Anica Sokola.  In 1997, she entered music high school “Isidor Bajić” in Novi Sad in the class of Professor Aleksandar Đurić.  Between 1995 and 2001, she participated in many competitions with noteworthy results: she received the third prize at the “Petar Konjović” competition (Belgrade), the special award at the Republic Competition (Belgrade), the third prize at the International Competition of Chamber Ensembles (Balassagyarmat, Hungary) and a series of first awards at competitions throughout Serbia.  She has also been honoured with both the Charter Angels of Novi Sad Award and the Vojvodina Province Secretariat for Culture Award.  She has performed with numerous successful chamber ensembles.  She performed as a soloist with the High School Symphony Orchestra at the 90th Anniversary of music school “Isidor Bajić”.

In 2001 she enrolled the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of Laura Levai-Aksin.  During her studies she remained an active performer, earning a series of awards at competitions as a soloist and as a member of two chamber ensembles – the trio “Positive” and the woodwind quintet “Quartet”. The most important achievement among many she won as a soloist was the First Prize (100 points) at the Ohrid Pearls International Competition for Young Musicians, in Ohrid Macedonia.  As a concert artist, she has performed in Sombor, Novi Sad, Belgrade, Sremska Mitrovica and Bačka Palanka, among many other towns.  As a participant in traditional projects of the Academy of Arts, she performed as a soloist with the Academy of Arts Symphony Orchestra.  She has recorded for RTV Novi Sad. She was a member of a number of chamber ensembles, most notably the woodwind quintet “Quartet” and the trio “Positive”. As a member of these ensembles, she won a series of first awards, the most significant being the first award with the trio “Positive” at the International Competition “Citta di Padova” in 2004, where they were received with great acclaim, and given the opportunity to play an all-night concert in Padova in 2005.

In 2007 she received the certificate from “Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music” for flute instructor for Southeast Europe. With trio “Positive” she passed the exam for chamber music (Advanced Level) which is organized by “Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music”.

She has attended master classes led by Michael Martin Kofler (Austria), Sophie Cherrier (France), János Bálint (Hungary), Ittzés Gergely (Hungary) and Boris Previšić (Switzerland) as well as master courses led by Norbert Girlinger (Austria) and Boštjan Lipovšek (Slovenia) for chamber music.

Currently, she works as a flute, chamber music and sight reading professor in music school “Isidor Bajić”. Her students won over 60 first prizes at international, domestic and republic competitions. Also very noticeable are performances of chamber ensembles in Norwich (England) in 2008 and 2010 as well as in Velenje (Slovenia) in 2011. She also works as a secretary general of international competition “Anton Eberst” and artistic board member of Festival of chamber music.

She was a member of the Serbian National Theatre Opera Orchestra (piccolo flute) in Novi Sad from 2010 to 2012. She is a member of Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra (solo flute), orchestra “Orfelin” (solo flute), trio Novi Sad (flute, oboe and piano) and Novi Sad Wind Quintet.

Currently, she is a chamber music PhD student at Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of Igor Lazić.

 

Mirko Marić – French horn

Mirko Marić was born in Sremska Mitrovica in 1983. He started his music education in his hometown in music school “Petar Krančević” in the class of Aleksandar Gošev (Macedonia). He finished music high school ‘Isidor Bajić’ in Novi Sad in the class of Jelena Jeremić. When he had enrolled Academy of Arts in Novi Sad he studied in the class of professor Ferenc Tarjani (Budapest, Hungary) and Professor Nenad Vasić. He finished his studies at Academy of Music in Ljubljana in class of Professor Boštjan Lipovšek. During his education, he received a great number of first, second and special awards on state and international competitions in Novi Sad and Belgrade.

In 2008 in Synagogue of Novi Sad he performed as a soloist accompanied by the Orchestra of Academy of Arts. On that occasion he performed Mozart’s Concert number 3 in E flat Major for horn and orchestra.

Until now he attended seminars of recognized hornists from Europe and world such as: Stefan Dohr (Germany), Ferenc Tarjani (Hungary), Boštjan Lipovšek (Slovenia), Luis Garcia (Brasil), Andreas Casale (France), Paul George (Germany), Francis Orval (Belgium), Michael Hinterholzer (Austria/Germany).

The experience he now has as an orchestra player, he has gained on many positions of horn in orchestras: Philharmonic Orchestra of Subotica, Youth Symphonic Orchestra of Serbia, Ns Brass Orchestra, Academy Orchestra (Novi Sad, Ljubljana),  Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Montenegrin Symphonic Orchestra, Junge Philharmonie (Stuttgart ), Serbian National Theater Opera Orchestra (worked part-time on third horn position),  Woodwind and Brass Orchestra of Academy of Music (Ljubljana),  Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra (from 2004 until today), Youth Symphony Orchestra of South- Eastern Europe and  Maribor International Orchestra. From the establishment of Philharmonic Orchestra of Banjaluka he has worked as a guest first hornist.  Also, he is a member of Orchestra “Orfelin” from Novi Sad.

In 2010, as a member of horn quartet of Academy of Music, he won the gold plaque and also the first award on Slovenian state competition TEMSIG.

In February 2011 he was part of EUPHONY Symphony Orchestra on Central European tour conducted by maestro Zoltan Kočiš (Hungary).

He performs regularly on Nomus (Novi Sad Music Festival) and Bemus (Belgrade Music Festival) festivals as chamber and orchestral musician.

He is the founder of Novi Sad Wind Quintet and horn octet HoRORn from Slovenia.

From 2010 to 2015 he worked in music school “Isidor Bajić” in Novi Sad as a horn teacher and chamber music teacher. Since season 2013/2014 he has been working in Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra as third horn. With the orchestra, apart from many other, he performed with maestro Zubin Mehta (2005, 2013, 2015) and was a guest on the first tour of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra in USA (Chicago, Cleveland, Washington and New York).

Currently, he is a chamber music PhD student at Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of Igor Lazić.

Veronika Antunović – oboe

Veronika Antunović started playing the oboe when she was 14 years old. She finished elementary and high music school in Novi Sad in music school “Isidor Bajić“ in the class of Žužana Egić. In 1995 she enrolled Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of Ljubiša Petruševski  and studied three years in his class. In fourth year she was in the class of Gabor Dienes from Budapest and assistant Vladimir Puškaš. She graduated in 2000. She finished master studies of oboe at Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of  Janos Kemeny from Budapest.  In school year  1999/2000 she was a student at Music Academy „Liszt Ferenc“ in Budapest in the class of Peter Pongracz and assistant  Gabor Dienes.

During her education she achieved results in many competitions such as Republic competition in Belgrade in 1995, second prize and in 1997 she won first prize.

She attended master classes of eminent oboe professors-Han de Vries (Netherlands) and Laszlo Hadady (France), Janos Kemeny (Hungary), Lajos Lences (Stuttgart) and Stephan Shili (Germany), Hansjorg Schellenberger (Germany), as well as chamber music master classes of professors Norbert Girlinger (Austria) and Boštjan Lipovšek (Slovenia).

She performed as a soloist at many concerts, but also with chamber ensembles in Serbia and Hungary. She was the member of woodwind quartet “Quaternion”. Since 2008 she has performed with pianist Timea Hotić. As a member of Youth Philharmonic Orchestra of Vojvodina and Soloists of Novi Sad, she performed in the country and abroad (Slovenia, Hungary, Austria, and Germany). In 2004 she was a member of Verbier Festival Orchestra from Switzerland and performed across Europe and the Middle East. In 2010 she was a member of MIO Orchestra from Maribor. She is a member of Symphony Orchestra of Southeastern Europe from Sarajevo, Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra from Novi Sad and orchestra “Orfelin” from Novi Sad.

She worked as a professor of the oboe in music school “Vlado Milošević” in Banja Luka from 2001 to 2011. Currently, she works as a solo oboist in Serbian National Theatre Orchestra in Novi Sad and as a member of Novi Sad Wind Quintet and Trio Novi Sad – flute, oboe and piano. She is artistic board member of Festival of chamber music in Novi Sad.

 

 

Kristijan Boroš – clarinet

Kristijan Boroš was born in 1986 in Novi Sad.  He finished elementary and high music school “Isidor Bajić” in the class of professor Đuro Pete. In 2005 he enrolled Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. In 2009 he finished bachelor studies and in 2010 master studies in the class of Nikola Srdić. He has worked as teaching associate at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad from November 2011. In June 2013 he finished postgraduate studies in the class of professor Alois Brandhofer at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg (Austria).

During his education, he had accomplished noticeable results on competitions and music festivals from which Republic competition in 2003 and 2005 stands out, but also Competition of Woodwinds in Požarevac in 2004 and 2005 in which he won the title of the laureate. On First International Competition of Clarinetists and Flutists “Anton Eberst” in 2008 in Novi Sad, he won first prize. On International Competition of Young Musicians “Ohridski biseri” in 2011 he won second prize.

He attended master classes of eminent professors:  J. Hlavač (Czech Republic) M. Arrignon (France), M. Bekavac (Slovenia), J. Kotar (Slovenia), Z. Szatmari (Hungary), B. Kovacs (Hungary) and also chamber music master classes of Norbert Girlinger (Austria) and Boštjan Lipovšek (Slovenia).

He received an award from University of Novi Sad for achieved success in the school year 2005/2006. Also from the University of Novi Sad he received an award for top results in art in the school year 2008/2009. He is the winner of scholarship for summer semester at the University of Ljubljana in the school year 2007/2008. He was the scholar of Fund for Young Talents in the school year 2009/2010.

Beside many soloist concerts held in the country and abroad, he performed with chamber ensembles and orchestras such as Novi Sad Wind Quintet, Choir of clarinets of Academy of Arts, Symphony Orchestra of Academy of Arts, Symphony Orchestra of Vojvodina, Camerata Academica, orchestra “Orfelin”.

Currently, he is a clarinet PhD student at Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of Tadej Kenig.

 

 

Mirko Marić – horna

Mirko Marić rođen je u Sremskoj Mitrovici 1983. godine.  Svoje muzičko obrazovanje započeo je u rodnom gradu u muzičkoj školi „Petar Krančević” u klasi  prof.  Aleksandra Goševa (Makedonija). Srednju muzičku školu „Isidor Bajić“ u Novom Sadu završio je u klasi prof.  Jelene Jeremić. Upisujući se  na novosadsku Akademiju umetnosti studira u klasama  prof.  Ferenc Tarjanija (Budimpešta) i prof.  Nenada Vasića.  Studije završava  u Sloveniji na ljubljanskoj Akademiji za glasbo u klasi prof.  Boštjana Lipovšeka.  Za vreme školovanja bio je dobitnik više prvih, drugih i specijalnih nagrada na državnim i međunarodnim takmičenjima u Novom Sadu i Beogradu.

Godine 2008. u novosadskoj Sinagogi je nastupio kao solista sa orkestrom Akademije umetnosti izvodeći  koncert br. 3 u Es- duru V. A. Mocarta.

Do sada je pohađao seminare priznatih hornista kao što su: Štefan Dor (Nemačka), Ferenc Tarjani (Mađarska), Boštjan Lipovšek (Slovenija), Luiz Garsija (Brazil), Andreas Kazale (Francuska), Georg Pol (Nemačka), Fransis Orval (Belgija), Mihael Hinterholcer (Austrija/Nemačka).

Svoje  orkestarsko iskustvo do sada  je sticao na pozicijama od prve do osme horne u  orkestrima: Subotička filharmonija,  Omladinski simfonijski orkestar Srbije,  Ns Brass Orchestra, Akademski orkestri (Novi Sad, Ljubljana), Beogradska filharmonija, Crnogorski simfonijski orkestar, Junge Philharmonie (Štutgart), Orkestar opere Srpskog narodnog pozorišta (pet godina honorarno na poziciji treće horne), Duvački i brass orkestar  Akademije za glasbo (Ljubljana), Vojvođanski simfonijski orkestar (od 2004. godine do danas), Youth Simphony Orchestra of South- Eastern Europe, Maribor International Orchestra.  Od osnivanja je gostujući prvi hornista Banjalučke filharmonije. Takođe je stalni član orkestra “Orfelin” iz Novog Sada.

Godine  2010.  je kao član kvarteta horni Akademije za glasbo osvojio zlatnu plaketu i I nagradu na slovenačkom državnom takmičenju TEMSIG.

U februaru 2011. godine učestvovao je u radu  EUPHONY simfonijskog orkestra na centralnoevropskoj turneji pod dirigentskom palicom maestra Zoltana Kočiša (Mađarska)

Redovno nastupa  u okviru festivala Nomus i Bemus kao kamerni i orkestarski muzičar.

Osnivač je i član  Novosadskog duvačkog kvinteta i okteta horni HoRORn iz Slovenije. Od 2010. do 2015. godine bio je zaposlen u Muzičkoj školi “Isidor Bajić” u Novom Sadu kao nastavnik horne i kamerne muzike. Od sezone 2013/2014. redovno je zaposlen u orkestru Beogradske filharmonije na poziciji treće horne. Sa orkestrom Beogradske filharmonije, među brojnim nastupima, tri puta je nastupao sa maestrom Zubin Mehtom (2005, 2013, 2015) i gostovao na prvoj turneji Beogradske filharmonije, od osnivanja, u Sjedinjenim američkim državama (Čikago, Klivlend, Vašington, Njujork).

Trenutno je student doktorskih studija iz kamerne muzike na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu, u klasi Igora Lazića.

Ksenija Mijatović Korom – flauta

Ksenija Mijatović Korom je rođena 1982. godine u Somboru, gde je i završila Osnovnu muzičku školu „Petar Konjović“ u klasi Anice Sokola. Godine 1997. upisala je srednju muzičku školu „Isidor Bajić“ u Novom Sadu u klasi Aleksandra Đurića. Između 1995. i 2001. godine, učestvovala je na mnogim takmičenjima, sa zapaženim rezultatima: III nagrada na takmičenju „Petar Konjović“ (Beograd), Specijalna nagrada na Republičkom takmičenju (Beograd), III nagrada na Međunarodnom takmičenju kamernih sastava (Balašiđarmat – Mađarska), kao i niz prvih nagrada na raznim festivalima u državi. Takođe je dobitnik povelje „Novosadski anđeli“ i nagrade Pokrajinskog sekretarijata za kulturu. Svirala je u velikom broju kamernih sastava, sa kojima je takođe postigla  izuzetan uspeh. Kao solista nastupila je sa srednjoškolskim simfonijskim orkestrom povodom proslave devedesetogodišnjice škole „Isidor Bajić“.

Godine 2001. upisala je Akademiju umetnosti u Novom Sadu, u klasi Laure Levai-Aksin. I tokom studija ostaje aktivan izvođač, te nastavlja da niže nagrade na takmičenjima, i kao solista i kao član dva kamerna ansambla – trija „Pozitiv“ i duvačkog kvinteta „Kvartet“. Najznačajnije priznanje predstavlja I nagrada (100 bodova) na međunarodnom takmičenju mladih muzičara u Ohridu, „Ohridski biseri“. Kao koncertni izvođač nastupa u Somboru, Novom Sadu, Beogradu, Sremskoj Mitrovici, Bačkoj Palanci… U okviru tradicionalnih projekata Akademije umetnosti, nastupila je kao solista uz pratnju Simfonijskog orkestra Akademije umetnosti. Snimala je za RTV Novi Sad. Svirala je i u velikom broju kamernih sastava, od kojih se izdvajaju duvački kvintet „Kvartet“ i trio „Pozitiv“. Kao član ovih ansambala osvojila je niz I nagrada, od kojih se izdvaja I nagrada sa triom „Pozitiv“  na Međunarodnom takmičenju „Citta di Padova“ 2004. godine, gde su bili veoma zapaženi i dobili priliku da sviraju celovečernji koncert 2005. godine u Padovi.

Godine 2007. je dobila sertifikat „Associated Board of Royal Scools of Music“  za instruktora flaute za Jugoistočnu Evropu. Sa trijom „Pozitiv“ je položila ispit iz kamerne muzike (Advanced Level) koji organizuje Associated Board of Royal Scools of Music.

Pohađala je majstorske kurseve kod Mihaela Martina Koflera (Austrija), Sofi Šerije (Francuska), Janoša Balinta (Mađarska), Iceša Gergelja (Mađarska), Borisa Previšića (Švajcarska), kao i majstorski kurs iz kamerne muzike kod profesora Norberta Girlingera (Austrija) i Boštjana Lipovšeka (Slovenija).

Trenutno radi kao profesor flaute, kamerne muzike i čitanja s lista u Muzičkoj školi „Isidor Bajić“ u Novom Sadu. Njeni učenici su osvojili preko 60 prvih nagrada na međunarodnim, domaćim i  Republičkom takmičenju. Takođe, su veoma zapaženi nastupi kamernih sastava na koncertima u Noriču (Engleska) 2008. i 2010. godine, u Velenju (Slovenija) 2011. godine i Temišvaru (Rumunija) 2014. godine. Takođe, radi kao generalni sekretar Međunarodnog takmičenja „Anton Eberst“ i član je umetničkog saveta Festivala kamerne muzike u Novom Sadu.

Bila je član je orkestra opere Srpskog narodnog pozorišta u Novom Sadu (pikolo flauta) od 2010. do 2012. godine. Član je Vojvođanskog simfonijskog orkestra, orkestra „Orfelin“ (solo flautista), trija Novi Sad (flauta, oboa, klavir) i Novosadskog duvačkog kvinteta.

Trenutno je student doktorskih studija iz kamerne muzike na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu, u klasi Igora Lazića.

Kristijan Boroš – klarinet

Kristijan Boroš je rođen 1986. godine u Novom Sadu. Osnovnu i srednju muzičku školu »Isidor Bajić« završava  u klasi profesora Pete Đure. Godine 2005. upisuje Akademiju umetnosti u Novom Sadu. Osnovne studije završava 2009. a master studije 2010. godine u klasi prof. mr Nikole Srdića. Tokom master studija radio je kao saradnik u nastavi, a od novembra 2011. zaposlen je kao stručni saradnik na Akademiji umetnosti u Novom Sadu. U junu 2013. završava postdiplomske studije u klasi prof. Alojza Brandhofera na Univerzitetu »Mozarteum« u Salcburgu (Austrija).

Tokom školovanja ostvario je zapažene rezultate na takmičenjima i muzičkim festivalima od kojih se izdvajaju Republička takmičenja 2003. i 2005. u Beogradu, kao i takmičenja drvenih duvača u Požarevcu 2004. i 2005. na kojima je osvajao zvanje Lauerata.  Na Prvom međunarodnom takmičenju klarinetista i flautista »Anton Eberst« 2008. godine u Novom Sadu osvaja I nagradu. Na  Međunarodnom takmičenju mladih muzičara »Ohridski biseri« 2011.  osvojio je II nagradu.

Pohađao je majstorske kurseve eminentnih profesora – J. Hlavač (Češka), M. Arinjon (Francuska), M. Bekavac (Slovenija), J. Kotar (Slovenija), Ž. Satmari (Mađarska), B. Kovač (Mađarska), kao i majstorskе kursеve iz kamerne muzike kod profesora Norberta Girlingera (Austrija) i Boštjana Lipovšeka (Slovenija).

Od Univerziteta u Novom Sadu dobija nagradu za postignut uspeh u školskoj 2005/2006, kao i nagradu za Vrhunske rezultate u umetnosti za školsku 2008/2009. godinu. Dobitnik je  stipendije Univerziteta u Ljubljani za letnji semestar školske 2007/2008. godine. Bio je i stipendista Fonda za mlade talente za školsku 2009/2010. godinu.

Pored brojnih solističkih koncerata održanih u zemlji i inostranstvu, ostvario je i zapažene nastupe sa kamernim ansamblima i orkestrima od kojih se posebno ističu: Novosadski duvački kvintet, Hor klarineta Akademije umetnosti, Simfonijski orkestar Akademije umetnosti, Vojvođanski simfonijski orkestar, Beogradska filharmonija, Orkestar Opere Srpskog narodnog pozorišta, Camerata Academica, Orkestar „Orfelin“.

Trenutno je student doktorskih studija iz klarineta na Akademiji umetnosti u Novom Sadu, u klasi Tadeja Keniga.

Veronika Antunović – oboa

Veronika Antunović je obou počela da svira sa 14 godina. Osnovnu i srednju muzičku školu završila je u Novom Sadu u Muzičkoj školi „Isidor Bajić” u klasi prof. Žužane Egić. Godine 1995. upisala je Akademiju umetnosti u Novom Sadu u klasi prof. Ljubiše Petruševskog, kod koga je učila tri godine. Četvrtu godinu bila je u klasi prof. Gabora Dieneša iz Budimpešte i asistenta Vladimira Puškaša. Diplomirala je 2000. godine. Magistarske studije je završila  na Akademiji umetnosti u Novom Sadu u klasi prof. Janoša Kemenja iz Budimpešte. U školskoj 1999/2000. godini  bila je student na Muzičkoj akademiji „Liszt Ferenc” u Budimpešti u klasi prof. Petera Pongraca i asistenta  Gabora Dieneša.

Tokom školovanja ostvarila je rezultate na takmičenjima od kojih se izdvajaju  Republičko takmičenje u Beogradu 1995. godine sa osvojenom II nagradom, a 1997. godine sa osvojenom I nagradom.

Pohađala je majstorske kurseve eminentnih profesora oboe – Hana de Vrisa (Holandija),  Lasla Hadadija (Francuska), Lenčeš Lajoša (Nemačka) Janoša Kemenja (Mađarska), Štefana Šilija (Nemačka) i Hansjerg Šelenbergera (Nemačka) kao i majstorskе kursеve iz kamerne muzike kod profesora Norberta Girlingera (Austrija) i Boštjana Lipovšeka (Slovenija).

Nastupala je na mnogim koncertima kao solista i kao član kamernih ansambala kod nas i u inostranstvu (Mađarska, BiH, Slovenija). Bila je član duvačkog kvarteta „Quaternion” . Od 2008. godine nastupa sa pijanistkinjom Timeom Hotić.  Kao član Vojvođanske omladinske filharmonije i Novosadskih solista imala je nastupe u zemlji i inostranstvu (Slovenija, Mađarska, Austrija, Nemačka). Godine 2004. je bila član Verbier Festival Orchestra iz Švajcarske, sa kojim je koncertirala širom Evrope i Bliskog Istoka, a 2010. godine Maribor International Orchestra iz Slovenije. Član je Simfonijskog orkestra jugoistočne Evrope iz Sarajeva, Vojvođanskog simfonijskog orkestra i orkestra „Orfelin“ iz Novog Sada.

Predavala je obou u Muzičkoj školi „Vlado Milošević” u Banja Luci od 2001. do 2011. godine. Od 2008. godine koncertira sa pijanistkinjom Timeom Hotić. Trenutno radi u orkestru Srpskog narodnog pozorišta u Novom Sadu kao solo oboista i član je Novosadskog duvačkog kvinteta i trija Novi Sad (flauta, oboa, klavir).  Član je umetničkog saveta Festivala kamerne muzike u Novom Sadu.

 

Goran Marinković – fagot

Dr um. Goran Marinković (1962) je diplomirao na Odseku za duvačke instrumente – fagot  i na Odseku za kompoziciju i orkestraciju na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu. Poslediplomske studije je završio na Odseku za duvačke instrumente – fagot. Stekao je titulu doktora umetnosti 2013. godine, (oblast kamerna muzika „Profilacija zvuka i interpretativna uloga fagota u kamernim delima srpskih kompozitora 20. i 21. veka“, mentor mr Zorica Ćetković).

Tokom svoje umetničke karijere bio je član i prvi, solo fagotista Beogradske filharmonije i Državnog kamernog orkestra Cyprus State Orchestra. Goran Marinković je prvi, solo fagotista orkestra Camerata Serbica.

Iz delovanja u okviru kamerne muzike izdvajamo: član kamernog ansambla „Beogradski barokni kvartet“, član duvačkog kvinteta „Less Bacchanalles“, „Ansambl za novu muziku“. Trenutno je član ansambla „Gradilište“, član „Beogradskog kamernog seksteta“ i kamernog ansambla „Novosadski duvački kvintet“.

Goran Marinković imao je veliki broj solističkih resitala i koncerata kamerne muzike. Izdvajamo sledeće: samostalni resital, ciklus Susret s umetnikom 2005. godine; serija koncerata – Nacionalna koncertna sezona 2008; resital, galerija Artget KC Beograda 2008; dva koncerta duvačkog seksteta u Zadužbini Ilije M. Kolarca 2009. godine; koncert kamerne muzike Večernja promenada u Zadužbini Ilije M. Kolarca 2010. godine; koncert kamerne muzika za instrumentalni kvintet i septet, sala Beogradske filharmonije 2010. godine; koncert kamerne muzike i izvođenje autorskog dela „Goran Marinković i prijatelji“ 2011. godine; Profilacija zvuka i interpretativna uloga fagota u kamernim delima srpskih kompozitora 20. i 21. veka, koncert u sali Studentskog kulturnog centra 2013. godine; dva koncerta ansambla „Beogradski kamerni sekstet“ u sali SKC-a i sali Beogradske filharmonije 2016. godine.

Kompozicije Gorana Marinkovića izvođene su na Tribinama savremenih kompozitora u Opatiji i Beogradu, na koncerima u okviru BEMUS-a i na brojnim koncertima u zemlji i inostranstvu. Njegova dela izvođena su i u alternativnim prostorima koji afirmišu stvaralaštvo savremenih autora.

Na Fakultetu muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu je u zvanju redovnog profesora na Katedri za kamernu muziku za rad sa duvačkim ansamblima.