Second International Chamber Music Competition ``Olivera Djurjdevic`` 29-30th march 2019.

Dear, “Vladimir Djordjevic” Elementary Music School in Belgrade for the second time organizes “Olivera Djurdjevic” International Chamber Music Competiton, with the aim to honor the memory of artitstic and pedagogical work of prominent piano and harpsichord player, Olvera Djurdjevic. We would hereby like to invite you to participate in our competition, in order to contribute to the affirmation oif chamber and music and to support young flute players. Family of Olivera Djurdjevic will provide valuable prizes for the best participants (total prize pool – 200 000,00 RSD). Additional detailed information is given below, within Competition rules. Best wishes, Katarina Vracar, principal of the “Vladimir Djordjevic” Elementary Music School.

Important dates:

The competition is held at the elementary Music School “Vladimir Djordjevic”
Belgrade, Vatroslava Jagića 5, 29-30th march 2019. 


ApplicationCompetiton Rules


Categories and awards


  • I category – younger grades of Elementary Music School (grades I-III for sixyear education; grades I and II for four-year education; grade I for two-year education) – up to 5 minutes
  • II category – older grades of Elementary Music School (grades IV-VI for sixyear education; grades III and IV for four-year education; grade II for two-year education) – up to 8 minutes
  • III category – grades I and II of Secondary Music School – up to 12 minutes
  • IV category – grades III and IV of Secondary Music School – up to 15 minutes Two or more pieces from different epochs.
  • V category – Basic Academic Studies and Master Studies – up to 20 minutes Two or more pieces from different epochs.


  • 1st prize: 95 – 100 points
  • 2nd prize: 85 – 94.99 points
  • 3rd prize: 75 – 84.99 points
  • Acknowledgement: 70 – 74.99 points
  • In case that two or more ensembles obtain the same number of points, jury reserves the right to determine ensembles’ placement. In each category with more than one competing ensemble, the ensemble
    obtaining the highest score (and minimum 95 points), will be awarded with a prize named Laureate of the Category.

Olivera Djurdjevic (Belgrade, January 7, 1928 - December 28, 2006) was a prominent Serbian harpsichordist, pianist, chamber musician and professor at the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade.