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Born in Bor (Serbia) in 1992, Vladimir began studying cello at the age of 9 at the musical college Škola za muzičke talente - Ćuprija, where he also attended double bass lessons. Subsequently he continued studying in Novi Sad at the Academy of Arts, then at the Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg with Enrico Bronzi and later at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia with Giovanni Sollima. In 2022 he graduated as a member of the Quartetto Werther from the same Academy with honours and special mention for exceptional chamber music skills, thus entering the history of the Academy as the first ensemble that was awarded this title since 1939.

Since 2020 Vladimir has been cellist of the Quartetto Werther and this has become for him a primary musical focus.


The connection with chamber music, nurtured from an early age, brought him to participate in festivals such as La Biennale di Venezia, the Al Bustan Festival, the Fes festival of world sacred music, the Festival Lucca Classica, Sagra Musicale Umbra and to perform in concert halls like the Musikverein Vienna, the Baden-Baden Festspielhaus, the Berlin Konzerthaus, the Brussels Bozar, the Dortmund Konzerthaus, the Athens Megaron, the Auditorio Nacional de Música Madrid, the Palau de Música Catalana Barcelona, the Grosses Festspielhaus Salzburg, the Teatro Dal Verme Milan and others.

Over the years he has also collaborated with the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble, the Teatro Regio di Torino, the Orchestra da Camera di Perugia, the National Theater of Serbia, the Salzburg Philharmonie, the Camerata Academica Novi Sad and others.

Vladimir broadened his chamber music repertoire in Salzburg under the tutelage
of Cordelia Hofer, Wenzel Fuchs, Rainer Schmidt, Leonhard Roczek, Milan Milojičić,
Marino Formenti, Marco Testori and participated in masterclasses with Wendy Warner,
Leonid Gorokhov, Dragan Djordjević, Klauss Trumpf, Zoran Marković und Milos Gajdos.

Apart from classical music, Vladimir also experiments with other genres such as Jazz, Blues, Rock, Funk and free improvisation playing cello, electric guitar and double bass.


Relatively new to Anthroposophy, Vladimir feels it as a crucial integration to his life. This brought him to get to know Eurythmics and to collaborate as a musician.

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