about this event
As an internationally sought-after performer, Damir Durmanovic has performed in venues and festivals including the Wigmore Hall, Champs Hill Studios, YPF Festival Amsterdam, Wimbledon Music Festival, Renia Sofia Audotorium Madrid, Gstaad Menuhin Festival, Derby Multifaith Center, Flusserei Flums, ‘Ballenlager’ Vaduz.
He has won prizes in numerous international competitions including The Beethoven Intercollegiate Junior Competition in London, Adilia Alieva International Piano Competition in Geneva and Isidor Bajic International Piano Competition in Novi Sad.
He has performed in masterclasses with Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Dmitri Bashkirov, Pascal Devoyon, Jacques Rouvier, Robert Levin, Jean-Bernard Pommier, Tatyana Sarkisova, and chamber ensembles such as the Emerson Quartet. Damir is also a scholar at the ‘Musikakademie Liechtestein’ and regularly participates in the courses organised by the academy.
Damir began his studies at age of eight in his home country, Bosnia and Herzegovina, with Maja Azabagic before continuing his studies at the Yehudi Menuhin School where he studied with professor Marcel Baudet.
Damir is an ABRSM scholar and is kindly supported by the Talent Unlimited Scheme. He is currently studying at the Royal College of Music in London with professor Dmitri Alexeev.
J.S. Bach Duetto in e-minor, BWV 802
J.S. Bach Fantasia and Fugue in a-minor, BWV 904 (Together 10’)
Schubert Four Impromptus Op.142 (34’)
Chopin Waltz in F-major No.3, Op.34; Cantabile in B-flat major, B.84
Nocturne in E-flat major No.2, Op.55; Polonaise-Fantasie in A-flat major, Op.61
(All together 21’)
Vinzenz Lachner Impromptu Op.52 (5’)
J. Strauss II-C. Tausig Valse-Caprice in E-flat major, "Nachtfalter" (7’)
Damir is supported by the Keyboard Trust