ABOUT THE ENSEMBLE

 

Construction Site New Music Ensemble from Belgrade, Serbia, was founded in late 2011, by the pianist Neda Hofman. Her goal was to organize a group of musicians who shared the same interests and enthusiasm for modern music. The ensemble has twenty members who are all renowned performers with great experience in interpretation of contemporary repertoire. They play in different combinations (from duo to big chamber ensembles), and often perform soloist literature as well.

 

Their repertoire consists of 20th and 21st century music, especially of pieces that represent the historical development of modern music. Construction Site also realizes recordings of compositions written by Serbian and international authors. The ensemble regularly performs pieces of music dedicated to them.

 

In the concert season 2011/2012, the Construction Site Ensemble had successful performances at international festivals such as BEMUS and the International Composers’ Review in Belgrade, Serbia. Members of the ensemble took part in the first performances of two Serbian operas (Tatjana Milošević’s Who Killed Princess Mond and Branka Popović’s Petersburg). They also participated in the youth composers’ festival KOMA.In 2013, they were engaged in the highly successful staging of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot lunaire directed by Aleksandar Nikolić at Madlenianum Theatre.

 

Construction Site members are: Sanja Romić, oboe; Marina Nenadović, flute; Veljko Klenkovski, clarinet; Goran Marinković, bassoon; Mladen Đorđević, trumpet; Aleksandar Benčić, trombone; Milan Roksandić, horn; Mirjana Nešković and Miloš Petrović, violins; Ljubomir Milanović, viola; Srđan Sretenović, violoncello; Boban Stošić, double bass; Galja Vranešević and Neda Hofman, pianos; Ivan Marjanović, percussions; Milena Stanišić, harp; Relja Turudić, guitar; Dušan Petrović, saxophone; Ana Radovanović, mezzo-soprano and Vladimir Dinić, baritone.

 

 

In the concert season 2011/2012, the Construction Site Ensemble had successful performances at international festivals such as BEMUS and the International Composers’ Review in Belgrade, Serbia. Members of the ensemble took part in the first performances of two Serbian operas ( Tatjana Milošević’s Who Killed Princess Mond and Branka Popović’s Petersburg ). They also participated in the youth composers’ festival KOMA.

 

In 2013, they were engaged in the highly successful staging of Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot lunaire directed by Aleksandar Nikolić at Madlenianum Theatre.

 

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Telephone

 

 

 

Neda Hofman : +381 60 326-1398

 

Goran Marinković: + 381 64 153-1680

 

E-mail adress

 

 

 

Neda Hofman - President

 

Goran Marinković - Vice President

 

Adress

 

Construction Site Contemporary Music Ensemble

 

Milana Rakića 6/20

 

11000 Belgrade

 

Serbia

 

 

 

Identification No 28078854

 

Vat Reg. No 107497541

 

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