Vojna Olivera Nešić

Composer, organiser and pedagogue who graduated from the Music Academy in Belgrade with Enriko Josif. She finished studies with Vojin Komadina at Music Academy in Sarajevo and is currently Professor of composition and harmony at the Faculty of Arts, Zvećan. Her works have been presented in Northridge, L.A., USA 1991, Fairbanks 1993 and 1997, Indiana 1997, Bologna 1999, London 1999, Heidelberg 2002, Brno 2006, Roma 2007, Bari 2009, and performers of her work include the CSUN Wind Orchestra (USA), EUR Orchestra, Bari, Orchestra of Opera Osijek, Zagreb Soloists, Brno Symphony Orchestra, and choirs throughout Serbia. Her principle works include: Alkar, symphony poem (1981), Essence, for violin and string orchestra (1987), Impressions, for wind orchestra (1988), Concert Arabesques, for clarinet and string orchestra (2002), Concerto in Thema Kir Stefan per i 10 strumenti (1999), Sonata for flute solo (1999), Cantata Psalm of David Number 38, for soloists, two choirs and chamber orchestra (1990/1), Saint Yakov Liturgy (1996), Liturgy of Holy Gifts (1995), Stabat Mater (2001), Agnus Dei (2002).