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Borut Pavlič

Borut Pavlič was born in Novi Sad, where he graduated from secondary music school and where he received his bachelor and master degree in viola.
He was a member of the Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra from its beginning, where he was chosen as the section principal for violas in 2018.
He is a member of Camerata Novi Sad orchestra as of 2008, and he has been employed in Serbian National Theatre Opera orchestra as of 2009, where he was chosen as section principal – solo viola. As viola section principal, he has regularly participated in projects of Zrenjanin Chamber Orchestra, Zrenjanin Philharmonic, and Subotica Symphony Orchestra.
He was a member of Novi Sad Chamber Orchestra, Banja Luka Philharmonic, Kotor Art festival orchestra in Montenegro, Junger Kunstler festival (Bayreth, Germany), IJOA Osterfestival orchestra (Germany), Maribor International Orchestra, Ljubljana International Orchestra and Slovenian Youth String Orchestra. He performed across Europe with the aforementioned orchestras as solo viola section principal.
He worked as viola, violin and orchestral sections professor in primary and secondary music school Petar Krančević in Sremska Mitrovica in the school year 2004/2005.
From 2006 to 2012 he was a part-time associate at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad for the subject String quartet. He is both a founder and a member of Contrast (2004-2007), Innuendo (2007-2015) and Positano (2015-) string quartets, as well as Non@ - Nonet (2020-) string ensemble. He is a member of Il Belpaese string quartet as of 2021.
In 2004, he founded a male vocal group Fantje. He has done a large number of performances and concerts as a part of this group in Serbia, Slovenia, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Poland and Bosnia and Herzegovina. He founded a female vocal group Verse in 2017 and serves as its artistic director and conductor.