ZORAN JANČIĆ, Bosna i Hercegovina

Zoran JANČIĆ (Sarajevo, 1956) je diplomirao i magistrirao (1975-1983) na Muzičkoj Akademiji u Zagrebu u klasi profesora Pavice Gvozdić. Aktivno je učestvovao i usavršavao se na pijanističkim kursevima koji su vodili Evgenij Timakin, Arbo Valdma, Rudolf  Kerer i Pier Barbiset. Dobitnik je diplome “Darko Lukić”, Diplome Međunarodnih Susreta Muzičkih Akademija, nagrade “Svetislav Stančić” za  najbolje izvođenje sonate Ludviga van Betovena (op.110), nagrade “Hrvatskog Glazbenog Zavoda”, pobjednik XIII – tog Takmičenja Muzičkih Umjetnika Jugoslavije (1979-1983). Nastupao na međunarodnim Muzičkim festivalima – Dubrovnik, Ohrid, Kilkeny – Irska, Festivalu SVEM – večerima posvećenim Mendelsonu i Brahmsu, Večerima u Donatu, Splitskom ljetu, Danima ljeta u Trpnju, Oktobarskim danima kulture u Sarajevu, Poetici Prostora. Nastupao je sa vodećim orkestrima zemalja u okruženju i Evropi. Gostovao u BiH, Srbiji, Sloveniji, Makedoniji, Hrvatskoj, Italiji, Njemačkoj, Austriji, Danskoj, Irskoj, Francuskoj, Velikoj Britaniji. U njegovom ogromnom repertoaru, od preko 50 razlicitih programa, posebno mjesto zauzimaju sonate op. 109, 110  i 111 Betovena, Svita Španija i Velika Španska svita Albeniza, Granadosov ciklus Goyescas, Šopenove 4 Balade, 21 Nokturno, 3 Ronda, Etide op.10 i op. 25, 14 Valcera, te brojni recitali posveceni Bahu, Betovenu, Sopenu, Listu, Bramsu, Mendelsonu, Šumanu, Humlu i Prokofievu. U jednoj večeri premijerno je izveo 5 nepoznatih klavirskih koncerata  – Ditersdorfa, Betovena (Es dur Wo 4), Humla (Varijacije F dur, koncert a mol), Risa (koncert cis mol). Saradjivao je sa mnogim umjetnicima (J. Kolundžija, O. Sober, M. Sokolova, S. Rucner, E. Nuhanović, Y.Ososki, T.Andrejić,  Lj. Aleksandrović itd ). Redovni je profesor klavira na Muzičkoj akademiji Univerziteta u Istočnom Sarajevu.
************************************************************************Zoran JANCIC was born in Sarajevo in 1956. He studied at the Academy of music in Zagreb and graduated and subsequently completed his Postgraduate Studies (MA) at of 1983 in the class of prof.P.Gvozdic. He also took part in numerous master classes conducted by E.Timakin, R. Kerer, A.Valdma and P. Barbiset. His awards include The Croatian Institute of Music Awards, winner of the 13th Competition for Young Musicians of Yugoslavia, S. Stancic Award etc. He was frequently invited to participate in major music festivals within his native homeland including Ohrid, Dubrovnik, and Ireland. His engagements included numerous performances as a soloist with the leading orchestras in former Yugoslavia. Jancic’s huge repertoire includes Beethoven’s sonatas op. 109, 110. 111, Chopin’s four ballades, 21 nocturnes, Etudes op. 10 and op. 25, 14 Waltsez, 3 Rondos and numerous recitals devoted to the name of  Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Chopin, Schumann, Brahms, Mendelsohn, Hummel, Prokofiev. His engagements included numerous recitals in Bosnia- Herzegovina, Slovenia, Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia, Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Ireland, Denmark and UK. He also collaborated with many other musicians (opera singers, violin, cello, flute, clarinette …)

Jancic teaches piano at Academy of Music in I.Sarajevo