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iRitual : for piano and human being / David Mastikosa

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Piano
Instruments: pf

Tutta la forza : for ensemble / David Mastikosa

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Instruments: 4h 3tpt 2trb trb-b tb vibr

Panic. Attack. Anxiety : for reed quintet / David Mastikosa

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Wind Quintet
Instruments: ob cl cl-b sax-a fg

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Panic. Attack. Anxiety : for reed quintet / David Mastikosa

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Wind Quintet
Instruments: ob cl cl-b sax-a fg

 

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Mastikosa, David

Website: David Mastikosa - Facebook Fan Page ; David Mastikosa - Official website ; David Mastikosa - Youtube

David Mastikosa is a young prolific Bosnian composer. He was born in 1992 in Prijedor, where he started his musical education by studying clarinet and music theory at the Secondary Music School “Savo Balaban” in Prijedor, before moving to Banja Luka to study Composition at the Academy of Arts in the class of Tatjana Milošević Mijanović. At the Banja Luka Academy of Arts he won the ‘best student’ prize as well as the third prize in the competition for his composition titled "Edict of Milan of 313".
David was elected twice, among the fifteen composers whose works have been performed in concerts that are organized by Vox Novus, held in New York titled “15 Minutes of Fame”. His compositions were performed in different countries around the world (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Japan, South Africa, Belgium and the United States), as part of different cultural and musical events such as: “Dani Vlade S. Miloševića“, “Noć muzeja“, “XIX Curso Internacional de Clarinete – Julian Menendez“, “The Basement Concert“, “Make Music New York“, “Festival Note tra i Calanchi”, International Art Colony " Pliva 2015” , “Festival Ruid al Sud” “2015 Kompos Symposium”, and “Balkan Madness BH edition”. His composition “Unknown flow” was premiered in 2014 at Branko’s Award Ceremony at Sremski Karlovci and music of David Mastikosa is often performed by different musicians and ensembles such as: Sauro Berti – bass clarinet (Italy), Quator Girard – string quartet (France), Matthew Rosenberg – bassoon (USA), Novosadski duvački kvintet – wind quintet (Novi Sad), Ken Kunita – bass clarinet (Netherlands/Japan), Robert Botti – oboe (USA), Aleksandra Kopić – flute (Serbia/Bosnia and Herzegovina), Zagreb Soloists – string orchestra (Croatia), Ana Batinica – flute (Croatia), Zagreb Flute Ensemble (Croatia), Bartolomej Stanković – piano (Bosnia and Herzegovina) etc.
He participated in seminars and masterclasses: KompArt 2, Novi Sad 2012; Academie Musicale de Villecroze in 2013, France, Villecroze 2013; Sarajevo Sonic Studio 2013; Workshop for Contemporary Music, Novi Sad 2014; Ruid al Sud, International Festival of Arts,Novi Sad 2015; SoundMine 2016 in Neerpelt, Belgium; Workshop for solfeggio, Banja Luka in 2012 and Workshop for clarinet, Gučevo 2010 and he worked with Philippe Hersant, Philippe Manoury, Tamara Basarić, Vinko Globokar, Wolfgang Heiniger, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Alessio Sabella, Wim Hendrickx, Diederik Glorieux and Jorrit Tamminga – Composition; Nikola Srdić, Milan Milošević, Đuro Pete – Clarinet; Slavica Smiljanić Marković – Solfeggio.
David was part of Academie Musicale de Villecroze (France) in 2012 and he was a scholar of Fond Dr Milan Jelić, the most important scholarship in the Republic of Srpska. In 2016 he got a special recognition of City of Banja Luka for his contribution to the huge development of art and culture in the city. He is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Composition at the Academy of Arts Banja Luka where he composes classical, electroacoustic and electronic music as well as music for theatre and film.