International Competition “Davorin Jenko”
International Competition “Davorin Jenko” in the last twenty years has attracted the attention of both Serbian and foreign musical population with its traditional, yet open attempt to reconcile the clashes between the flexible attitude towards music and its traditional and modern approach with the appearance of artists of all ages, education and interests.
More than 8,500 competitors from Serbia and abroad (Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Macedonia, Bosnia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Russia, Austria, France, Ukraine, Hungary, Montenegro, UAE and other countries) that took part in the competition during the last five years, the jury of experts made up of distinguished pedagogues and performers from Serbia and abroad (Germany, England, China, Austria, Ukraine, Slovenia, Russia, Spain, Great Britain…), the welcoming attitude of the hosts and the specific manner of awarding speak highly of the organisation and content of this competition. The quality of conditions the organisers provide for the visitors and competitors guarantee a pleasant stay in one of the most beautiful cities in this part of Europe. It was the organisers intention from the very beginning to make this competition an unforgettable and comprehensive artistic and social experience.
Registration for Wind instruments disciplines until December 31st, 2023.
The competition for Wind instruments disciplines will be held in the period from February 11th to 18th, 2024.
Registration for Piano solo and Piano duo until February 5th, 2024.
The competition for the disciplines Piano solo and Piano duo will be held in the period from March 15th to 20th, 2024.
And this year, as part of the Woodwind Instrument Competition, the best clarinetist and saxophonist, according to the jury, will be awarded a ligature, a donation from the company SAX CLINIC Ltd. from Skopje.
In the discipline of Piano, the most successful participant, according to the expert jury’s assessment, will be awarded a Scholarship for a piano seminar with prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan and prof. Julia Gubaidulina, a donation from the School of Music Makarska.