Dejana is the creator of this work. The easiest way to find out where she’s been and what else she has done (or will do) is to also visit www.dejanasekulic.com but until you do that, you can read an excerpt from her biography here as well.
Dejana Sekulić was born in Niš, Serbia where her musical education started and continued until she obtained Bachelor degree from the Faculty of Art at the University of Niš. She continued her studies and obtained Masters degree and Postgraduate in Music on Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of professor Oistrakh and Boucaert. She worked with masters such as Igor Oistrakh, Ruggiero Ricci, Vladimir Spivakov, Eugenia Tchugayeva, Marc Danel, Stefan Camilarov, Ilan Gronich, Mihail Grube, Dejan Mihailović, Angel Satnkov. During this time she has been performing regularly in Serbia and in Belgium, as well as in other countries (Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Bulgaria, Germany, USA, China). Her recent solo performances include concerts on the “ArsMusica” International Contemporary Music Festival (Belgium), Epidaursu Festival (Croatia), concert during the “Museum Nigh Fever” in Palais des Beaux-Arts (Brussels), “Constantinus Festival” (double violin concertos with Valery Oistrakh), as well as concerts in Flagey and in the MiM (Musical Instruments Museum). She also did several recordings for both Serbian and Italian radio and TV broadcasting companies.
She is the violinist in LAPS ensemble, ensemble that works with combining acoustic and electronic production of sound. She also plays in Trio Degradable (harpsichord, harp and violin trio) and has a close collaboration in the violin and piano duo, with pianist Nao Momitani.
Currently, she is working on a research in contemporary violin music, technique and performance and is a fellow in the program for contemporary music of the Ictus (Brussels) and Spectra (Gent) Ensembles.