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Svetozar Sasa Kovacevic was born on 3 January, 1950 in Zabalj, Serbia.
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CD releases: 1. Through the scents of solitude – the cycle of compositions for Flute and Organ 2000. Author’s Edition 2. Petrovaradin Suite – Selection of Author Music 2001. Author’s Edition 3. Missa Oecumenica – for soloists, mixed choir, baroque orchestra and continuo, 2003. Author’s edition 4. Bajić Strings – 9 original compositions for strings soloists, students of music school in Novi Sad. Isidor Bajic Music School in Novi Sad 2007. 5. In 2010, the Brazilian String Quartet Amizade recorded two of Kovacevic’s compositions for his CD, which was released under the auspices of the Brazilian Government’s Ministry of Culture – the Hungarian-themed Fantasy and the Fugue. 6. Burlesque – composition for two pianos, Ingmar Piano duo in SOKOJ 2013 edition.
Three awards for Suite for Accordion Orchestra, 1973; Award for Patkica Žutkica puppet show, 1995.
Memberships: Association of Composers of Vojvodina;
Svetozar Sasa Kovacevic (Serbian Cyrillic: Светозар Саша Ковачевић; b. 3 January 1950, Zabalj, Serbia) is Serbian composer, music pedagogue and church organist.
Svetozar Sasa Kovacevic (Zabalj, 1950) composer, organist and pianist. He completed the lower and secondary music school at the teaching and instrumental (accordion) department in Novi Sad at the Isidor Bajić Music School. He taught composition at prof. Dr. Victor Safranek, prof. Nikola Petina, academician prof. Rudolf Bruchi, academician prof. Vasilij Mokranjac and graduated in the class of academician prof. Dušan Radić at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. During his studies, he first performed as a pianist, deciding at the same time to practice organ music as a soloist or a member of ensembles performing works of spiritual music in the territory of ex-Yugoslavia. He attended seminars for organ building and trimming in Grožnjan (Croatia) in 1973 with prof. Patrick Colon (Belgium) and at the Chamber Music Seminar in Amsterdam and Utrecht at the invitation of the Dutch Government in 1974. He taught accordion at the lower music school “Davorin Jenko” in Belgrade. He was the accompanist of the opera and ballet of the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad and at the Department of Dramatic Art of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad for the subject: Voice Technique. At the Isidor Bajic High School of Music in Novi Sad, he taught the subject of Corrections and Reading from a List (prima vista) on the piano section. In the period 1990-2010 he was the organist and cantor of the Reformed Christian Church in Novi Sad and Sombor. He initiated the opening of the Sombor High School of Music. After retiring from all professions he retired as a full professor at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Department of Musical Arts, Departments of Composition and Musicology for the subject: Playing and reading orchestral scores. Since 2005 was listed as International Composer by the IBC (International Biographical Center) in Cambridge (England) in 2010. The IBC awarded him a Diploma and a Silver Medal for his achievements in the field of ecumenical music and he was also chosen by the publication of 2000 foreign intellectuals for the 21st century. (2000 outstanding intellectuals of the 21st century) At the University of Maribor (Slovenia), on the occasion of 30 years of this highest educational institution, as a representative of Serbia, he presented his paper on ecumenism in music with a reference to the author’s work “MissaOecumenica” at the international symposium “Religion and European Integration ”under the auspices of the European Union, the European Academy of Sciences and Arts of Salzburg and the Danube Rectorial Commission. The composer’s oeuvre includes over 300 compositions of spiritual music, solo songs, instrumental and stage music, chamber and symphonic music. He is an expert consultant on the book on Organ in Vojvodina by Đerđ Mandić in the joint edition of Agape doo Novi Sad and the Institute for Culture of Vojvodina in 2005. He is a Researcher of the Music Lexicon Serbian / English and English / Serbian in the edition of Linguist in Belgrade 2006.