Vladimir Koh

Vladimir Koh

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Name = Vladimir Koh

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Birth_name = Vladimir Koh
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Born = March 17, 1964
flagicon|SerbiaBelgrade, Serbia
Instrument = Violin
Genre = Classical
Occupation = Soloist, Chamber musician, Orchestral musician, Teacher
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Vladimir Koh (born March 17, 1964 in Belgrade, Serbia, then Yugoslavia) is a Serbian violinist and university professor.


Vladimir Koh started his musical training as a double major student (Violin and Music Theory) at the Josip Slavenski School of Music in Belgrade. In the year 1980, he entered the Faculty of Music in Belgrade as the first in the rank (in both majors). He graduated with the highest marks in 1984, in the class of Professor J. Petrović-Lasko. During his studies, he won top prizes at state's and federal competitions in Violin and Solfeggio.

Performance career

Vladimir Koh has been a prominent orchestral violinist in Serbia and abroad. As a principal violinist, concertmaster, acting concertmaster, assistant concertmaster, and guest concertmaster, he has performed with many orchestras in Serbia (Philharmonic Orchestra of Youth, Symphony Orchestra of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, Symphony Orchestra of the Radio Television of Belgrade, Symphony Orchestra Stanislav Binički, Chamber Orchestra Simfonijeta, Symphony Orchestra [http://www.camerataserbica.org.yu Camerata Serbica] , Orchestra of the [http://www.madlenianum.co.yu/en/index.php Madlenianum Opera and Theatre] (all in Belgrade), Symphony Orchestra of the Radio Television of Priština, Chamber Orchestra of Novi Sad), Montenegro (Titograd Symphony Orchestra), Spain (Symphony Orchestra of Tenerife, Chamber Orchestra Pro Classica), Italy (Chamber Orchestra Goffredo Petrassi, Rome).

As a soloist with those orchestras, he also performed standard violin repertoire (Bach, Mozart, Wieniawski, Sibelius, etc.).

Koh has also performed as a chamber musician - as a member of Trio Barocco, string jazz trio and piano jazz quintet, in duo with flutist Sanja Stijačić, etc. - in Serbia, Montenegro, Spain, Italy, Greece.

Teaching career

Vladimir Koh has been serving as an Assistant Professor of Violin at the University of Priština Faculty of Arts since 2001. He also taught at music schools in Belgrade ("Marko Tajčević", "Kornelije Stanković", "Dr. Vojislav Vučković") and Kragujevac, Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade and University of Belgrade Department of Pedagogy. His former students hold teaching positions in music schools and perform in orchestras in Serbia and abroad (Niš Symphony Orchestra, String orchestra Amoroso, Macedonian Philharmonic).


*"Pedeset godina Fakulteta muzičke umetnosti (Muzičke akademije) 1937-1987", Univerzitet umetnosti u Beogradu, Beograd, 1988
* [http://www.pr.ac.yu/sr/docenti.php List of assistant professors at the University of Priština] , Retrieved on October 10, 2008
* [http://www.fakultetumetnosti-zvecan.edu.rs/nastavnici.html List of academic staff at the University of Priština Faculty of Arts] , Retrieved on October 10, 2008

External links

* [http://www.fakultetumetnosti-zvecan.edu.yu/ Official website] of the University of Priština Faculty of Arts
* [http://www.fmu.bg.ac.yu/ Faculty of Music in Belgrade]
* [http://www.slavenski.edu.yu/ School of Music Josip Slavenski]

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