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Mirna Ogrizović, baroque violin & viola, was born in Croatia, but lived all her life in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, where she received her violin performance degree from the School of Music, Belgrade University of Arts. She also received Master of Music degree in orchestral conducting from Georgia State University in Atlanta. Before she moved to the United States (in 2001), she was the Associate Concertmistress of the Symphonic Orchestra of the Serbian Radio Television in Belgrade, the Associate Artistic Director of the Ensemble of the Studio for Early Music, and a soloist of the Ensemble Renaissance and the Orchestra of the National Theatre. As a classical violin player, Mirna has cooperated with many international conductors, such as Milen Nacev (Bulgaria), Mikis Teodorakis (Greece), Vance Cavdarski (Macedonia) and Mladen Jagušt (Yugoslavia). As a baroque violinist, she performed with Evelyn Tubb, Michael Fields and Paul Goodwin (England), and has participated in masterclasses with late Micaela Comberti (at the world-wide famous Dartington International Summer School), as well as with Julia Bishop. She has received numerous awards in national and international competitions, including the silver medal on the international violin competition in Strezza, Italy. She recorded several CDs and videos.

Photo credit: Richard Calmes

 


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