Timea Hotić

Timea Hotić finished elementary and secondary music school in Banja Luka in the class of professor D. Rukavina. She graduated in 1988 at the Music Academy in Sarajevo, in the class of professor Milica Šnajder and professor Sanja Lagumdžija – Hodžić; In 2005 she specialized in piano in the class of professor Rita Kinka at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, and in 1987 began work at Music School “Vlado Milošević” in Banja Luka. Since the founding of the Academy of Arts in Banja Luka in 1998, she has been working as a freelance associate and accompanist for the Department of Wind instruments in 1999. She got a full-time job at the Academy, and in 2006 she was elected Assistant Professor at the Department of Chamber Music.  She had remained in high school music until 2013. In 2011, she was promoted to Associate professor at the same department. In the same year, she was selected the Head of the Musical Arts Study Program, performing the duty for the following year. In the academic year 2014/15, she was re-elected Head of the MASP, and she is currently the Head of the Chamber Music Department. Until the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, she was a permanent member of the Banja Luka Chamber Orchestra conducted by professor Julije Marić. She has performed a number of chamber music concerts in Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Tuzla, Novi Sad with domestic and foreign musicians. She has attended master classes with Rita Kinka, Sonja Antunić, Natasa Veljković and Arbo Valdma, Zorica Cetković. Students of her class, with whom she also plays, make noteworthy performances at chamber music concerts and competitions, both in Banja Luka and abroad (Kolarac Endowment – Belgrade, Synagogue-Novi Sad, Villa Florio Troppo, Buttrio – Italy, I and II awards at Banja Luka International Piano Competition biennial, I prize at Val Tidone International Competition Italy, I prize at Flute Aurea Competition, etc.). She has had a long-lasting collaboration with the eminent artist professor Nikola Srdić (clarinet, Academy of Arts Novi Sad) since 2002. They held over twenty concerts in the cultural centers of Serbia, Vojvodina, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia (Banja Luka, Subotica, Valjevo, Zaječar, Kragujevac, Split). She is a winner of Golden Plaque of Mokranjac Days (Negotin) in 2010 for the performance of the concert “In honor to Schuman”, together with the members of UMU RS (being also a member). She has made several performances with Banja Luka Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Academy of Arts in Banja Luka. Since 2008, she has been performing with Veronika Antunović – Marić, oboist from Novi Sad. They have held a series of concerts (Novi Sad, Senta, Banja Luka, Prijedor, Maribor – LENT festival) and participated in the project of organizing the Cultural Diversity Initiative with a series of concerts entitled “Unity of Diversity”. This year, she has participated in the project of recording compositions by Vlado Milošević’s “Spider Score”, which took place as part of the manifestation “Days of Vlado Milošević”.

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