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Andjela Dinic

Anđela Dinić

(2001) was born in Belgrade, Serbia. She finished her undergraduate studies three years ahead of her generation, as the student of the generation, with an average mark 10.00. Currently, she is studying for a master’s degree at The Faculty of Music in Belgrade, in the class of prof. Lidija Stanković. As a young girl she showed interest in all kinds of art. At the age of three, she was the youngest pupil in the Ballet school „Lujo Davičo“. When she was four years old, she became a member of the children choir „Kolibri“, where she also took part as a soloist. She enrolled in music school in 2007, one year before elementary school. In the class of prof. Smilja Josifoski, she won the First Prize at the Piano Competition „Mali virtuoz“ in 2008. In 2013, she continued her piano studies with prof. Ivana Jasić. Andjela has won two First Prizes at the National Piano Competition - in 2015 and 2017. At the International Piano Competition in Smederevo (Serbia), she won First Prizes in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017; as well she has won two Special Prizes for playing works of F. Chopin (2016, 2017). At the International Piano Competition „Petar Konjović“ in Belgrade, she placed 2nd two times (2012, 2016). In 2017, Andjela graduated from High School also as the student of the generation. Being one of 10, among more than 500 students of her generation from all over Serbia and Republic of Srpska, she received a full Scholarship for education at the IT Academy, which she successfully completed, gaining a title of a Certified Audio & Video Designer. In 2018, as a student of prof. Lidija Stanković, she won the 1st Prize and the Golden plaque at the International Piano Competition „Janez Matičič“ in Ljubljana, Slovenia. A year later, she won the First Prize and the title Laureate of the older categories at the International Piano Competition in Šabac. At the Matusja Blum Memorial International Piano Competition in Sarajevo (B&H) she also won the 1st Prize and the title Laureate for her category. At the 10th Isidor Bajić Piano Memorial Competition in Novi Sad (Serbia, 2021), she received the 2nd Prize and the Audience Award. As a soloist, she performed in all of the main concert halls in Belgrade - the Ilija M. Kolarac Endowment, the City Assembly of Belgrade, White Palace, National Theatre, Russian Centre of Science and Culture etc. In October of 2020, she took part in the 9th Belgrade Chopin festival, performing in the hall of the City Assembly of Belgrade as a soloist. Also, she took part in several charity concerts. Andjela is also singing and composing. As a singer, she released her debut album „My world“ („Moj svet“) for PGP RTS.