Ljubinka Hadži-Jovančić

(Belgrade, 22nd June 1944) studied piano and composition at the Music Academy in Belgrade and subsequently taught at the Music School in the same city. Her principal works include: Ouverture (1973), for symphony orchestra, which won a prize in the BEMUS Competition (Belgrade Music Festival), a Piano Concerto (1978), recorded by RTB (Radio-Television Belgrade), Studija, for four instruments (1980), which won prizes in the Competition set up by the Association of Serbian Composers and performed during Yugoslavian Review of Composers. Among her other works: are the Psalam za gudace (Psalm for strings) (1982/83), Molba Svetom Kralju, for wind quintet, Sazvežda, variations for piano (1981), and the Concert for violoncello and strings (2004).