Belgrade Guitar Duo: Momčilo Aleksandrić & Filip Živanović

Belgrade Guitar Duo was formed as a result of a years-long successful cooperation between the guitarists Filip Živanović and Momčilo Aleksandrić. Since 2011 they have given a number of notable performances and recitals throughout Serbia. Their repertoire consists of the compositions from various periods, starting with the Renaissance to the contemporary composers. 

Mucisian Bios: 

Momčilo Aleksandrić was born in 1991 in Belgrade. In 2014, he graduated with top grade from the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. He achieved a double major master's degree: in classical guitar and in chamber music. He started his PhD in chamber music performance in Belgrade, and is now studying with prof. Maja Radovanlija at University of Minnesota School of Music. During his studies he won numerous awards at competitions in Serbia and abroad. Since 2004 he has given many recitals and has been actively performing in Serbia and abroad, as well as participating in numerous seminars with renowned professors such as Manuel Barrueco, Sergio Assad, Pavel Steidl, Denis Azabagić, and Zoran Dukić. He has been active as a chamber musician as well. 

Filip Živanović was born in 1991 in Belgrade. During his early education, he won over 30 first prizes at national and international competitions in Serbia and abroad. Throughout his study years he has given many recitals. In 2010 he enrolled at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. He has attended master classes with some of the renowned experts such as Aniello Desiderio, Hubert Käppel, Roland Dyens, Paolo Pegoraro, and Denis Azabagić. In 2014 he graduated with top grade at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. He earned his master’s degree in both classical guitar performance and chamber music at the same faculty. He started his PhD in chamber music performance in Belgrade, and is now studying with prof. Maja Radovanlija at University of Minnesota School of Music. Since 2003, he has given numerous solo recitals and performed in Serbia and abroad. Also, he performed actively as a member of various chamber ensembles (guitar duo and trio, and duos with flute and violin).