He plays it so expressively as very few guitarist do! – Marko Erdevicki.
Extremely powerful, expressive and impressive performance! – Jan Erik Pettersen.
Really great arrangement and such a sensitive and yet virtuosic performance! – Vojislav Ivanovic.
Stevan’s arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Prelude in g-minor, Op. 23 No 5, was recently published through Les Production d’OZ. Music can be ordered here: http://www.productionsdoz.com/fr/prelude-in-g-minor-op-23-no-5.
Performance on 19th century guitars with Marko Erdevički. At the Cultural Center of Šabac. December 27th 2015.
CLASSIC ART is a unique thematic guitar festival and competition held in Serbia. It was founded by Stevan Jović and his former guitar teacher Marko Erdevički. Each year the festival has a new guitar related theme in order to highlight and promote the classical guitar. The competition provides a great opportunity for young artists to show their skills and musicianship. This year the theme of the festival was Composers of the first half of the 19th century.
In cooperation with Orchestra of Music School Mihailo Vukdragovic, and municipality of City of Sabac, Stevan performed Concerto no. 1 in D, by M. Castelnuovo Tedesco, at Vojvodina Guitar Fest 2015.
Stevan’s students, guitar quartet – Antica Moderna (Lazar Markovic, Bogdan Petrovic, Konstantin Becejic, Luka Petrovic), won first prize at the prestigious Republic Competition of Music Schools, Negotin, Serbia 2015.
Dr. Phil Ford, Stanford University Fellow
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