Orchestra member since February 1999
I take special pride in having played with today’s greatest conductors and soloists and in having had the opportunity to collaborate with my colleagues from Belgrade Philharmonic String Quartet as a soloist.
I am… well, what’s the point of talking about myself, others will say it better. My motto: Live every day as if it were your last! One day you will be right.
Vladan Lončar, violinist has been a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra since 1999. He graduated the violin from the Faculty of Music Art, University of Belgrade, in the class of Prof. Dejan Mihailović and obtained his Master’s Degree from the Chamber Music Department of the same Faculty in the class of Prof. Uroš Pešić. During his University studies, he won the Prize from the Merima Dragutinović Fund, awarded to the best String Department students. He gave many solo concerts and also performed as soloist with the String Masters Chamber Orchestra.
As a member of the Aurora Trio, he received advanced training through many courses, where his mentors were renowned artists such as: violinist Henry Meyer, the Artemis Quartet, the Vogler Quartet and the Aberg Trio. Vladan and the Aurora Trio performed throughout Serbia, Croatia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Norway and Romania. They made recordings for Radio Belgrade and produced a CD in cooperation with the Croatian Broadcasting Corporation. He has been a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic String Quartet since its foundation in 2011, giving together many concerts throughout Serbia and within the region.