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SRDAN DEDIC

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Period

1965 - current

Genre

componist, contemporary classical music, electronic mucic and computer music

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Srdan Dedic

Srdan Dedic is a composer from Croatia. His works have been performed by distinguished orchestras and performers, such as the Louisville Symphony Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Orchestral International, Korean Chamber Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra as well as by the Symphony Orchestras of the Croatian and Slovenian Radio and Television.
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componist

Biography Srdan Dedic

Srdan Dedic is a composer from Croatia. His works have been performed by distinguished orchestras and performers, such as the Louisville Symphony Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Orchestral International, Korean Chamber Orchestra, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra as well as by the Symphony Orchestras of the Croatian and Slovenian Radio and Television. Dedic’s music has been performed at numerous festivals, such as the World Music Days of the International Society for Contemporary Music in 1997 and 2003, UNESCO’s International Rostrum of Composers in Paris, International Gaudeamus Music Week in Amsterdam, Music Biennale Zagreb, Contemporary Music Festival of the Indiana State University and World Saxophone Congress in Montréal.

1965 - 2008

Srdan Dedic (born in Zagreb in 1965) received his degree in composition from the Zagreb Academy of Music in the class of professor Stanko Horvat in 1989. He specialized in electronic music at the University of Strasbourg with François-Bernard Mâche from 1990 to 1991, and in composition at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam with Geert van Keulen from 1991 to 1993. From 1998 to 1999 he studied composition with Joji Yuase in Tokyo, along with the traditional Japanese instruments with the members of the Pro Musica Nipponia ensemble as the winner of the Japanese Government Fellowship Program for Artists from Abroad (Bunka-Cho). From 1991 he has been developing computer theories and applications in the area of computer music. At present he is working as a docent in the Department of Composition and Music Theory at the Academy of Music of Zagreb University.
He has received numerous awards: in 1988 he won the first prize at the UNESCO’s International Rostrum of Composers in Paris, in 1989 he received an award for the best student orchestral composition at the Music Biennale Zagreb and in 1995 he won the first prize at the 29th Indiana State University Contemporary Music Festival.

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