November 21, 2017

NOVEMBER 21, 2017

Contemporary Gallery Subotica 6:00 pm



Modest Mussorgsky: Ночь на лысой горе (Night on Bald Mountain)

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Morceaux, Op.11 Barcarolla Waltz

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Slavonic March, Op.31

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Suite Op.71a I. Ouverture miniature. Allegro giusto II. Danses caractéristiques: Marche. Tempo di marcia viva Danse de la Fée Dragée. Andante non troppo Danse russe. Trépak. Tempo di trépak, molto vivace Danse arabe. Allegro Danse chinoise. Allegro moderato Danse des mirlitons. Allegro III. Valse des fleurs. Tempo di valse


Jelena Bajić and Julija Bal started their cooperation in 2007. during their studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad under the mentorship of prof. Jokut Mihailović.

Upon requests of their colleagues and professors, they founded a piano duo under the mentorship of Chamber-music professor Marina Milić Radović. Piano-duo Jelena & Julija attracted the attention of the audience, when they took a part in the multimedia project “Music and stage movement” (in the cooperation of acting professor Ivan Klemenc), when they were incorporating specially designed sequences of stage movement in their music performance.

Piano-duo Jelena & Julija has done a series of notable performances throughout Serbia and Italy, including two performances in the Great Concert Hall of Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment in Belgrade, numerous concerts in the City Hall and the Concert Hall in Synagogue in Novi Sad, as well as taking part in events, such as „Days of AUNS“, the opening of the music festival „Slavenski“, „Night of the Museum“, numerous humanitarian concerts for children from the school „Dr Milan Petrović“, World Piano Conference, the gala opening of international piano festival “Piano City”in Novi Sad etc. In November 2012, Jelena and Julija won the Second prize in the category of Chamber Ensembles (as piano duo), as well as First and Second prize in the category of Piano Solo in “Premio Vittoria Caffa Rigetti”, (Italy).

They are continuing the concept of a music performance, with the aim of familiarizing the wider population with classical music. Besides playing in piano-duo, Jelena Bajić and Julija Bal are both very active as soloists and chamber musicians.

City Hall of Subotica 8:00 pm



Dmitri Shostakovich: Concertino op. 94

Camille Saint-Saëns: Danse macabre op. 40

Witold Lutosławski: Paganini Variations

Nicola Piovani: Reflex Allegro deciso Largo rubato Tango

Carlos Guastavino: Tres romances argentinos Las Niñas Muchacho Jujeño Baile


Sara Dominici and Massimo Perciaccante, pianists, are both graduated and graduated with piano praise and chamber music. They play an intense concert activity as piano duo and as soloists for important festivals in many Italian cities, receiving consensus everywhere.

Their concert career often led them overseas; In recent years they have performed in Brazil (São Paulo, Natal, Recife), United States (Atlanta), New Zealand (Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton), United Kingdom (London, Kingston), Greece (Athens) , Serbia (Belgrade), Albania (Valona), Macedonia (Skopje), Spain (Leon), and others.

They also give special importance to didactic activities: they are founders and artistic directors of the Academy Ludus tonalis di Riano (Rome), Accademia accredited with the Latina Conservatory for Pre-academic courses and within which they hold piano courses and organize concert seasons. Teaching activity also often sees them abroad: in 2012 they held a masterclass at the Universidade do Rio do Norte in Natal (Brazil); afterwards to Valona, at Teatro Petro Marko, at the invitation of the Italian Consul, they held piano courses for the students of two local Academies; In addition, in 2013 they held a masterclass in New Zealand at Waikato University in Hamilton.

Recently they have a CD dedicated to the modern repertoire for Two Pianos, which will feature in 2018 at London College University in London and in America (Maryland) and in 2019 in Canada.


Programska knjižica / Program book


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