Tijana Andrejic




Tijana Andrejic

was born in 1986 in Novi Sad, Serbia. She graduated from the “Isidor Bajic” Music School in Novi Sad, studying with professor Vera Hofman-Momcilovic, and was named the best student of her generation, giving a command performance for the Royal Family of Serbia, the Karadjordjevics, for the prize ceremony. She finished her Bachelor and Master degrees at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, studying with professor Dorian Leljak. She was awarded with “The Little Prince” prize by the Music Department of Academy. She has worked at the Academy as a teaching assistant in piano and history of keyboard literature.


Tijana Andrejic has attended piano masterclasses with professors Eugen Indjic, Kemal Gekic, Rustem Hajrudinov, Sergei Babayan, Sergei Kudrjakov and Jean-Efflam Bavouzet. During her education in Serbia, she received scholarships from the Serbian “Fund for Young Talents” and the “Foundation for Development of Young Scientists and Artists” from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia.


Andrejic has been very successful in various national and international competitions. The first most important honour she received was first prize at the international competition “Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial” in 2006. Tijana moved to Italy in 2009 where she continued her studies at the Santa Cecilia Academy in Bergamo with Maestro Konstantin Bogino. Starting in 2010, she has been a student of Maestro Boris Petrushansky at the International Academy “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola.


Tijana Andrejic has performed in England, Germany, Italy, Serbia, Estonia, Ukraine and in the Czech Republic, in concert venues such as Rudolfinum in Prague, Steinway Hall in London, Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade, the Synagogue and City Hall in Novi Sad, Bocconi University in Milano, Theatre Politeama in Palermo, Theatre Bon in Udine and Theatre Miela in Trieste. She has played with the Serbian Radio-Television Orchestra, the Banatul State Philharmonic Orchestra of Timisoara, the Niederbayerische Kammerphilharmonie, the Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of South Bohemia and the Orchestras of international piano festivals of Brescia and Bergamo.


Her repertoire extends from Bach’s Goldberg Variations to Stravinsky, Szymanowski, Lutoslawski, Ligeti and Shchedrin. She recently performed Giuseppe Andaloro’s transcription of the Rite of Spring by Stravinsky for two pianos and two cellos together with Giovanni Sollima and Monika Leskovar. Andrejic's is especially interested in the promotion of Serbian music and often programming it in her concerts.