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Održan gala koncert Simfonijskog Orkestra, Hora i solista Fakulteta umetnosti u Nišu

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Gala koncert u čast Dana Univerziteta u Nišu

Gala koncert Simfonijskog Orkestra, Hora i solista Fakulteta umetnosti u Nišu, pod dirigentskim vođstvom red. prof. dr Milene Injac i van. prof. mr Ivane Mirović, u čast obeležavanja 54. godišnjice Univerziteta u Nišu, održan je u utorak 11. juna 2019. godine u dvorani Niškog simfonijskog orkestra.

 

Kao solisti nastupili su Trio Anima, u sastavu red. prof. mr Aleksandra Ristić – mecosopran, van. pr. prof. spec.

Ana Veličković Igić – flauta i spec.

Ingrid Janković – klavir, zatim doc.

Andrija Minčić – klarinet, mas.

Nikola Cvetković – klavir kao i Miloš Vuković, student IV godine u klasi red. prof. mr Vesne Petković.

Koncert je u organizaciji Univerziteta u Nišu i Fakulteta umetnosti u saradnji sa Niškim simfonijskim orkestrom i Srednjom muzičkom školom Niš.

foto: https://www.facebook.com/FakultetUmetnosti/

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Braking news: Milena Injac conducted the recording sessions of The Secret Garden, music written by Frederik Magle as a part of unique artistic project in Denmark

SOME "NEW WORLD"
IN THE SIGN OF JUBILEE - ORCHESTRA OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS GALA CONCERT 

Prof. Dr. Danijela Zdravić-Mihailović wrote for Narodne Novine, Nis, Serbia, published on 16th June, 2018.

On Monday, June 11, 2018 The Gala Concert entitled "From the New World" was held at the Officer Hall in Niš, starting at 20:00. This great concert in the performance of the Orchestra  of the Faculty of Arts was held on the occasion of the Day of the University of Niš and fifteen years after the founding of the Faculty of Arts. The organizers of the concert were the University of Niš, the Faculty of Arts and the City of Niš, with the support of the Student Cultural Center and the Niš Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to the program of the concert that was announced, the audience also had the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest audio edition of the Vivamus Musica I Faculty of Arts, in the performance of the Orchestra of the Faculty of Arts and Chamber Orchestra Concertante, led by maestra prof. Dr. Milena Injac. About this edition, which resulted from the successful cooperation of the mentioned orchestras and soloists, Ana Veličković Igić - flute and Hane Paraušić - harp, as well as Matilde Valevik, mecosoprano, spoke the editor of audio editions prof. Zoran Stanisavljević and prof. Dr. Suzana Kostic, who was one of the reviewers. They expressed great satisfaction for the successful realization of this project and presented its content - Edward Elgar: Greetings to Love, Mozart: The Flute and Harp Concert in C Major K299 / 297s and Frederick Magle: The Seahorse Aria. One of the soloists of this edition,  prof. Ana Velickovic Igic, said she is grateful to the University for excellent cooperation with the orchestra, soloists, as well as the publishing center of the Faculty of Arts. Prof. Dr Milena Injac, the conductor, pointing out that cooperation with the orchestra and soloists was a great pleasure for her, and she hopes that this is only the first in a series of editions of the Orchestra of the Faculty of Arts.
...

The famous Dvorak's Symphony "From the New World" marked the end of the program. This famous symphony was created during the composer's three-year stay in America, and it reflects his touch with the music of American indigenous people - Indians and American Blacks. It was premiered in 1893 in New York. The composer did not use the finished melodies here as quotes, but created them in their spirit. The famous Largo (Largo) was created under the impression that Dvorjak had by reading the famous "Song of Hiyavat" by American poet Longfellow (Longfellow). On the other hand, this symphony testifies that Dvorak, while staying in New York, often thought of a distant country. After being tormented by nostalgia, the themes of the Czech folk music are another source of melodic themes of this piece. First of all, one should praise the efforts of the conductor, maestro Milena Injac, to find such a demanding work on the program. Bearing in mind the composition of the ensemble (young forces, as well as former students - alumni of the Faculty of Arts, several musicians of the Military Orchestra and the Music School Niš, as well as members of the Symphony Orchestra), it can be said that the conductor was a great challenge to harmonize the composition of the orchestra then artificially shape the selected work.

The general impression is that the audience was obviously very interested in Dvorak's symphony. The powerful sound of the orchestra, led by the impressive, clear and inspirative hands of maestra Milena Injac successfully sounded various moods that dominate the symphony - the second movement sounded brilliantly, while in the in famous Finale orchestra  lead by maestra Injac, showed reach colours and all suggestive interpretation.
Having in mind not only the extraordinary performance, but also the multi-minute standing ovation of the audience, it is necessary to emphasize the essential importance of such manifestations - fostering quality art music in parallel with the education of professional staff, young musicians, who will experience their experience through numerous performances in their city, but also wider. In that sense, we should consider a larger space, like the 3000 seats Open Air stage in the famous Nis Fortress.

Youth Orchestra and National Children's Choir of Sodre.

Conductor: Milena Injac. Choir director-preparation: Víctor Medeiros. Soloist: Agustín Morales (clarinet). Program: Works by Orff, Weber, Benajmi Britten, Khachaturian, Hamilton, Offenbach, Rameau, Coulais, Bizet and Johann Strauss (son). Auditorio Nacional del Sodre, April 10.

"The concert began with "O Fortuna" from Carmina Burana of Carl Orff. From this work to the end of the show the Serbian director Milena Injac achieved a perfect communication with the children and the young instrumentalists who faithfully responded to her indications. We have rarely seen as much affinity with a director as the one that occurred in this concert. "

"In the" Suite Masquerade "as well as in the beautiful "Adagio"of the ballet Spartacus (Khachaturian) the director showed her lordship and musicality. In her, we admire the perfect and elegant movements of her hands, her precision and clarity in the entrances, the infinite colorful accents and effects of sonority that she gets from the orchestra. Everything in her is intelligence, emotion and finesse. "

El Pais, music critic, april 2017. Montevideo, Uruguay

Orquesta Juvenil y Coro Nacional de Niños del Sodre.

Directora: Milena Injac. Director preparador del coro: Víctor Medeiros. Solista: Agustín Morales (clarinete). Programa: Obras de Orff, Weber, Benajmi Britten, Khachaturian, Hamilton, Offenbach, Rameau, Coulais, Bizet y Johann Strauss (hijo). Sala y fecha: Auditorio Nacional del Sodre,10 de abril.

“El concierto empezó "O Fortuna" de Carmina Burana de Orff. Desde esta obra hasta el final del espectáculo la directora serbia Milena Injac logró una comunicación perfecta con los niños y los jóvenes instrumentistas que fielmente respondían a sus indicaciones. Pocas veces hemos visto tanta afinidad con un director como la que se dio en este concierto.”

“Tanto en la "Suite Masquerade" como en el bellísimo "Adagio" del ballet Spartacus (Khachaturian) la directora hizo gala de señorío y musicalidad. En ella admiramos el juego perfecto y elegante de sus manos, su precisión y claridad en las entradas, los infinitos acentos coloridos y efectos de sonoridad que consigue de la orquesta. Todo en ella es inteligencia, emotividad y fineza.”

“El público enfervorizado aplaudió de pie a la directora y a todos los participantes de este excelente concierto inaugural. Esperamos que la directora sea invitada más veces para dirigir no sólo a la Juvenil, sino también a la Ossodre como a la Filarmónica.”

http://www.elpais.com.uy/divertite/musica/voces-jovenes-que-resurgen-enriquecen.html 

El Pais, critica del concierto, Avril 2017. Montevideo, Uruguay

Photo: Nikola Milosevic
Did you have a borred sitting in their homes, lining up TV channels and saying that there is nothing to see and how boring our city is, it's a bit of everyday life, as there are not enough events in the vicinity?

For those of you who did not know, we are far from your statements, boredom and the screen we could enjoy another music night 43. NIMUS Festival in Nis, Serbia.

Although the star of the evening was composer Claudia Montero, I would have paid most attention to the chamber orchestra "Concertante", which consists of the students of the Faculty of Arts in Nis.

Are you still bored?

It is certainly not for them, because they denied all the inculturation of the present and showed how young artists are fighting against the screams and scars that are harnessing today - and they fight their instruments.

Headed by Milena Injac, a wizard with a staff who airs the air by air, little elves and great fighters last night overcame all magic and created a musical fairy tale there in the Nis Symphony Orchestra.

Thank you!

Text prepared by: Jelena Mikić

Super radio, October 26, 2017 City of Nis, Serbia

Foto: Nikola Milosevic
¿Tenían una sentada aburrida en sus casas, alineando los canales de televisión y diciendo que no hay nada que ver y cuán aburrida es nuestra ciudad, es un poco de la vida cotidiana, ya que no hay suficientes eventos en las cercanías?

Para aquellos de ustedes que no sabían, estamos lejos de sus declaraciones, aburrimiento y la pantalla podríamos disfrutar otra noche de música 43. Festival NIMUS en Nis, Serbia.

Aunque la estrella de la velada fue la compositora Claudia Montero, habría prestado más atención a la orquesta de cámara "Concertante", que consiste en los estudiantes de la Facultad de Artes de Nis.

¿Todavía estás aburrido?

Ciertamente, no es para ellos, porque negaron toda la inculturación del presente y mostraron cómo los jóvenes artistas luchan contra los gritos y las cicatrices que se aprovechan hoy en día, y luchan contra sus instrumentos.

Dirigido por Milena Injac, una maga con un bastón que transmite el aire por aire, pequeños duendes y grandes luchadores superaron anoche toda la magia y crearon un cuento de hadas musical en la Orquesta Sinfónica de Nis.

¡Gracias!

Texto preparado por: Jelena Mikić

Super radio, Octubre 26., 2017. Nis, Serbia

JUG MEDIA NEWS

Orkestar „Concertante“ zadivio publiku u „Kolarcu“

NIŠ-PANTELEJ – Kamerni orkestar „Concertante“Fakulteta umetnosti Univerziteta u Nišu pod dirigentskom palicom dr Milene Injac održao je minulog vikenda koncert „Muzički zagrljaj – Španija, Srbija, Latinska Amerika“ u Nišu i u Beogradu.

Niški muzičari nastupili su najpre u petak 4. novembra u Koncertno-izložbenom prostoru FU (opština Pantelej), a u nedelju 6. novembra u Velikoj dvorani Kolarčeve zadužbine u Beogradu.

Dirigent dr Milena Injac ističe da je koncert u Nišu predstavljao uvod u koncert u Beogradu koji je orkestar  „Concertante“ dobio na konkursu Centra za muziku Kolarčeve zadužbine.

Koncert u Velikoj sali Kolarčeve zadužbine protekao je u fantastičnoj atmosferi. Sala je bila ispunjena do poslednjeg mesta što nam je dalo podstrek da se predstavimo u najboljem svetlu“, rekla je Injac

Prema njenim rečima na programu su bila dela kompozitora iz Španije, Latinske Amerike ali i niških kompozitora,  profesora na Fakultetu umetnosti, mr Dragana Tomića i Bratislava Zlatkovića.

pantelej_koncert_1

„ Publika je imala prilike da čuje svetsku premijeru kompozicije Dragana Tomića „Niška rapsodija“. Kompozicija se završava ženskim glasovima i pesmom „Fatiše kolo niške devojke“, što je publika nagradila burnim aplauzom“, rekla je Injac.

Ona je istakla da je publika dugim aplauzima više puta nagradjivala niške izvodjače i prijatno bila iznenadjena oni što su oni prikazali.

Kocert je inoviran  scenskim nastupom. Nismo se oslanjali samo na sedenje i sviranje. Imali smo tokom koncerta ustajanje i sedenje, poklanjanje cveća, čak i jedan performans. Time smo osvežili čitav nastup“, kazala je Injac.

Izuzetno smo srećni, dodala je ona, što su se studenti,  kao i pojedini profesori Fakulteta umetnosti, u timskom radu predstavili beogradskoj publici.

Kao solisti na koncertu,  rekla je Injac, nastupili su  studenti Dušan Čeganjac, harmonika (laureat Svetskog kupa u Portugalu), Dimitrije Mandić, violina (koncertmajstor Orkestra), alumni Fakulteta umetnosti  Andrija Petrović na violončelu i profesori Fakulteta umetnosti mr Aleksandra Ristić, mecosopran, mr Anđela Bratić, flauta i mr Vesna Petković, gitara.

Prema njenim rečima Kamerni orkestar „Concertante“ koncert „Muzički zagrljaj – Španija, Srbija, Latinska Amerika“ izvešće početkom decembra u Subotici, a krajem decembra u Kragujevcu.
Biljana Ljubisavljević

JUG MEDIA NEWS

Orkestar „Concertante“ zadivio publiku u „Kolarcu“

NIŠ-PANTELEJ – Kamerni orkestar „Concertante“Fakulteta umetnosti Univerziteta u Nišu pod dirigentskom palicom dr Milene Injac održao je minulog vikenda koncert „Muzički zagrljaj – Španija, Srbija, Latinska Amerika“ u Nišu i u Beogradu.

Niški muzičari nastupili su najpre u petak 4. novembra u Koncertno-izložbenom prostoru FU (opština Pantelej), a u nedelju 6. novembra u Velikoj dvorani Kolarčeve zadužbine u Beogradu.

Dirigent dr Milena Injac ističe da je koncert u Nišu predstavljao uvod u koncert u Beogradu koji je orkestar  „Concertante“ dobio na konkursu Centra za muziku Kolarčeve zadužbine.

Koncert u Velikoj sali Kolarčeve zadužbine protekao je u fantastičnoj atmosferi. Sala je bila ispunjena do poslednjeg mesta što nam je dalo podstrek da se predstavimo u najboljem svetlu“, rekla je Injac

Prema njenim rečima na programu su bila dela kompozitora iz Španije, Latinske Amerike ali i niških kompozitora,  profesora na Fakultetu umetnosti, mr Dragana Tomića i Bratislava Zlatkovića.

pantelej_koncert_1

„ Publika je imala prilike da čuje svetsku premijeru kompozicije Dragana Tomića „Niška rapsodija“. Kompozicija se završava ženskim glasovima i pesmom „Fatiše kolo niške devojke“, što je publika nagradila burnim aplauzom“, rekla je Injac.

Ona je istakla da je publika dugim aplauzima više puta nagradjivala niške izvodjače i prijatno bila iznenadjena oni što su oni prikazali.

Kocert je inoviran  scenskim nastupom. Nismo se oslanjali samo na sedenje i sviranje. Imali smo tokom koncerta ustajanje i sedenje, poklanjanje cveća, čak i jedan performans. Time smo osvežili čitav nastup“, kazala je Injac.

Izuzetno smo srećni, dodala je ona, što su se studenti,  kao i pojedini profesori Fakulteta umetnosti, u timskom radu predstavili beogradskoj publici.

Kao solisti na koncertu,  rekla je Injac, nastupili su  studenti Dušan Čeganjac, harmonika (laureat Svetskog kupa u Portugalu), Dimitrije Mandić, violina (koncertmajstor Orkestra), alumni Fakulteta umetnosti  Andrija Petrović na violončelu i profesori Fakulteta umetnosti mr Aleksandra Ristić, mecosopran, mr Anđela Bratić, flauta i mr Vesna Petković, gitara.

Prema njenim rečima Kamerni orkestar „Concertante“ koncert „Muzički zagrljaj – Španija, Srbija, Latinska Amerika“ izvešće početkom decembra u Subotici, a krajem decembra u Kragujevcu.
Biljana Ljubisavljević

Euroorkestar 2012. Moscow-Zukovsky: Letter of gratitude

Mrs. Milena lnjac

El Salvador: Letter of gratitude

 

  • The Secret Garden – Music For The Radiation Therapy At Rigshospitalet

The Secret Garden – Music for the radiation therapy at Rigshospitalet

Today The Secret Garden (Den Hemmelige Have)has been revealed in the radiation therapy section of Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.

The music was recorded by the wonderful Symphony Orchestra Faculty of Arts, University of Niš, Serbia, conducted by Milena Injac.

Video from the recording session on March 1st, 2019 in Niš, Serbia. Filmed and edited by Bane and Luka Radulovic.

Some of my thoughts behind the music

I composed the orchestral work The Secret Garden (Den Hemmelige Have) to be a part of the similarly titled art installation or “gesamtkunstwerk” – created by Maria Dubin (colors, floor design and glass), Kim Borch (light), and myself (music) for the entrance to the radiation therapy section at Rigshospitalet (The National Hospital) in Copenhagen, Denmark. This makes it a piece of music with a target audience; patients, relatives, and hospital staff.

Composing music for this particular setting and audience was a challenge, and also a great responsibility. In order to do so I first spent time in the radiation therapy section of the hospital to get a clear image of where and how the music would be experienced, and – by observing and talking with the patients and staff, a better understanding of the experience itself of waiting for the treatments.

After careful and prolonged preparations came the work of actually composing the music, and for that I drew on the observations from the hospital, and of course on my combined experience and knowledge as a composer, but also to a large degree on my personal experiences as a relative. Both my parents died from cancer after year-long battles.

Musical characteristics

The listeners will for the most parts be radiotherapy patients, and therefore people with many different backgrounds and of different age ranges, but with a very serious illness in common. With that in mind I set a framework and goals for my work:

The music is basically uplifting and light in its expression, but without being silly or obnoxiously joyful (that’s not to say it is without humor), which would be patronizing to the listener. Therefore, it also contains passages of contemplation and even melancholy, but always with the hope intact and moving towards happiness.

I decided from the beginning not to create a “soundscape”. Such music has its place and can be of great quality whilst having a calming and meditative effect, but for The Secret Garden I wanted to compose a work through which I better could tell a story. A magic story which takes the listener on a journey through the garden.

The music is written for a full orchestra, and exclusively with acoustic instruments which gives the recording an extra level of human touch. The listener can hear and feel details such as the breaths of the musicians and can even see a video of the recording on a TV monitor.

It is not possible to create a piece of art that everyonewill like, and to attempt it will only lead to an anonymous and bad result, which no one will enjoy in the long run. On the other hand I did not want to create a piece only for “the few”, so from the beginning I chose to work with an overall tonal and approachable tonal language, despite the work containing very complex elements underneath.

A cinematic touch

I also decided to incorporate a sometimes “cinematic” expression. The well-known film score-idiom acts in many ways as a mutual and visual reference, and not only for people who already know and enjoy classical music, but for a much broader segment of the population. The cinematic character of large parts of the music was not a goal in itself, but came naturally during the creative process.

Final thoughts

It is my hope that this music, together with the visual art, the colors and light, may create a space for the listener where the thought can fly for a while, in a peaceful and beautiful garden. 

The Secret Garden is available on SpotifyiTunes/Apple MusicTidalAmazonYouTube, and most other major music streaming and download-platforms.

 
    
 
 

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  • The Secret Garden – Music For The Radiation Therapy At Rigshospitalet

The Secret Garden – Music for the radiation therapy at Rigshospitalet

Today The Secret Garden (Den Hemmelige Have)has been revealed in the radiation therapy section of Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.

The music was recorded by the wonderful Symphony Orchestra Faculty of Arts, University of Niš, Serbia, conducted by Milena Injac.

Video from the recording session on March 1st, 2019 in Niš, Serbia. Filmed and edited by Bane and Luka Radulovic.

Some of my thoughts behind the music

I composed the orchestral work The Secret Garden (Den Hemmelige Have) to be a part of the similarly titled art installation or “gesamtkunstwerk” – created by Maria Dubin (colors, floor design and glass), Kim Borch (light), and myself (music) for the entrance to the radiation therapy section at Rigshospitalet (The National Hospital) in Copenhagen, Denmark. This makes it a piece of music with a target audience; patients, relatives, and hospital staff.

Composing music for this particular setting and audience was a challenge, and also a great responsibility. In order to do so I first spent time in the radiation therapy section of the hospital to get a clear image of where and how the music would be experienced, and – by observing and talking with the patients and staff, a better understanding of the experience itself of waiting for the treatments.

After careful and prolonged preparations came the work of actually composing the music, and for that I drew on the observations from the hospital, and of course on my combined experience and knowledge as a composer, but also to a large degree on my personal experiences as a relative. Both my parents died from cancer after year-long battles.

Musical characteristics

The listeners will for the most parts be radiotherapy patients, and therefore people with many different backgrounds and of different age ranges, but with a very serious illness in common. With that in mind I set a framework and goals for my work:

The music is basically uplifting and light in its expression, but without being silly or obnoxiously joyful (that’s not to say it is without humor), which would be patronizing to the listener. Therefore, it also contains passages of contemplation and even melancholy, but always with the hope intact and moving towards happiness.

I decided from the beginning not to create a “soundscape”. Such music has its place and can be of great quality whilst having a calming and meditative effect, but for The Secret Garden I wanted to compose a work through which I better could tell a story. A magic story which takes the listener on a journey through the garden.

The music is written for a full orchestra, and exclusively with acoustic instruments which gives the recording an extra level of human touch. The listener can hear and feel details such as the breaths of the musicians and can even see a video of the recording on a TV monitor.

It is not possible to create a piece of art that everyonewill like, and to attempt it will only lead to an anonymous and bad result, which no one will enjoy in the long run. On the other hand I did not want to create a piece only for “the few”, so from the beginning I chose to work with an overall tonal and approachable tonal language, despite the work containing very complex elements underneath.

A cinematic touch

I also decided to incorporate a sometimes “cinematic” expression. The well-known film score-idiom acts in many ways as a mutual and visual reference, and not only for people who already know and enjoy classical music, but for a much broader segment of the population. The cinematic character of large parts of the music was not a goal in itself, but came naturally during the creative process.

Final thoughts

It is my hope that this music, together with the visual art, the colors and light, may create a space for the listener where the thought can fly for a while, in a peaceful and beautiful garden. 

The Secret Garden is available on SpotifyiTunes/Apple MusicTidalAmazonYouTube, and most other major music streaming and download-platforms.

 
    
 
 

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