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Isidora Timotijević

IsidoraIsidora Timotijević, viola

Isidora Timotijević, born in 1997 in Belgrade, Serbia, is an accomplished violist. She began her musical journey with violin lessons at seven and transitioned to viola at fourteen under Tomislav Milosevic’s guidance. Isidora Timotijević completed her Bachelor’s degree at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Thomas Riebl and is currently studying with Roland Glassl at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.

She has played with prestigious ensembles such as Camerata Salzburg, Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss, and Salzburg Chamber Soloists. Her performances have taken her to Brazil, China, Germany, Hong Kong, South Korea, Switzerland, and Austria. She has also participated in numerous international festivals, including Musique à Marsac in France, Eggenfelden Klassisch Music Festival in Germany, and Festival Next Generation in Switzerland.

Isidora Timotijević has received numerous awards at both national and international competitions, excelling as a soloist and chamber musician. She is also a member of Ensemble Esperanza, an un-conducted chamber orchestra comprising scholarship holders from the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein, which won the OPUS Klassik award in 2018. Additionally, she has been a violist with the Beija-flor Quartet since 2017, a group formed with her fellow Mozarteum students.

Starting from the 2023/24 season, Isidora Timotijević will serve as the principal violist with the Munich Chamber Orchestra. She plays a viola crafted by Bernd Hiller in 2015. Her diverse performance experience and dedication to her craft mark her as a rising star in the world of classical music.

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