Katarina Milutinović

Katarina Milutinović was born in 1997 in Sremska Mitrovica. She started playing the violin when she was eight years old in the class of professor Milan Čizmić. She graduated from primary and secondary music school as the best student of her generation at Petar Krančević Secondary Music School in Sremska Mitrovica. She attended bachelor studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of Robert Lakatoš, assistant professor.
She won over 40 awards and recognitions, the most prominent of which is the second place at Talents for Europe international competition in Slovakia, where she also won a special award for performing a 20th century composition. She received laureate in National competition for the oldest category in 2016, as well as laureate in National competition as a member of Con Anima duo in 2012. She participated in the 43rd Bemus as a member of a youth orchestra of best string players of Serbia lead by maestro Jovan Kolundžija.
She was also a member of a European youth symphony orchestra called Wonderful Youth Orchestra. She received a four-year scholarship from Norwegian summer music academy – Toppenkurset. There, she had the opportunity to play in a symphony orchestra and string chamber orchestra (lead by violinist Trond Wika) as well as to have a solo performance with the symphony orchestra of this academy (conductor Nicholas Carthy). Upon the invitation of Akihiko Yamanobe and the ambassador of Japan in Serbia, she travelled to Japan where she had the opportunity to play with a baroque ensemble. She participated in the Art Link festival, where she performed with Robert Lakatoš at the great hall of the Kolarac endowment. The violin which she currently uses was gifted to her by the Japanese embassy and her bow was made by Vladimir Radosavljević.

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