Jasmina Kulaglich
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“What strength ! Inner character and power, together in a single breath” – Radio Suisse Romande praises Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich for her creativity, combining her great sensitivity and her Slavic passion.

A Serbian pianist currently based in Paris, Jasmina has recorded for the Naxos (“Byzantine Mosaic”, world premiere) and Calliope labels. Her new album “Dumka” has received rave reviews at Classica in France (5*), Crescendo in Belgium, Musicweb in London…

Soloist with the Orchestre Romantique Européen in Paris, with the U.K. Symphony Orchestra in London, she also performs with soloists from the Orchestre de Paris, the Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de France and the Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France.

Nurtured by the traditions of the Russian piano school, then that of Claudio Arrau, she performed in France, Great Britain, Switzerland, Italy, Holland, Belgium, the United States…

Born in Belgrade, Jasmina Kulaglich achieved a unanimous First Prize from the High National Music Academy in her native city, the “Grand Prize” of the “Arts University”, First Prize in the Competition for Serbian pianists and the “October Prize” from the City of Belgrade.

“The fingers of Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich undertake the particular style of each piece with great enthusiasm, avoiding uniformity… with all the vigor required… cloudy and subtle… fresh and spontaneous… she knows how to bring out the spirit of each score.” 5* Classica, Paris

Short Bio

“What strength ! Inner character and power, together in a single breath” – Radio Suisse Romande praises Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich for her creativity, combining her great sensitivity and her Slavic passion.

A Serbian pianist currently based in Paris, Jasmina has recorded for the Naxos (“Byzantine Mosaic”, world premiere) and Calliope labels. Her new album “Dumka” has received rave reviews at Classica in France (5*), Crescendo in Belgium, Musicweb in London…

« This album is wonderful ; marvellously balanced in terms of repertoire and style and Kulaglich has all the lyricism, warmth and spaciousness that one could desire. » (Musicweb International, UK)

Soloist with the Orchestre Romantique Européen de Paris in Liszt’s two Concertos, with “U.K. Symphony Orchestra” in London, chamber orchestras in France, she also performs with soloists of the Orchestre de Paris, the Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de France and the Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France.

Nurtured by the traditions of the Russian school of pianists, then that of Claudio Arrau, she performed in France (Salle Gaveau, Salle Cortot, Fondation Cziffra, Goethe Institut, Festival Debussy, Lyon, Pianissimes), in Great Britain (London, Leister), in Switzerland (Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel), in Italy, Holland, Belgium, in the United States…

Born in Belgrade, Jasmina Kulaglich achieved a unanimous First Prize from the High National Music Academy in her native city, the “Grand Prize” of the “Arts University”, First Prize in the Competition for Serbian pianists and the “October Prize” from the City of Belgrade. Following this she pursued her studies in France and Switzerland with Edith Fischer and Aquiles Delle Vigne, then with Georgy Sebok and Karl Kammerling.

Jasmina Kulaglich also released the Naxos CD « Byzantine Mosaic » in the World Premiere, presenting the Serbian composer Svetislav Bozic. The CD received, among others, the highest award from the famous belgium classical magazine « Crescendo » and still attracts attention from critics for its originality. “It’s a record of rare beauty” (ResMusica)

Jasmina founded the Trio Botticelli and recently the Trio Bohème with whom she released the album “The Seasons” with the Tchaikovsky / Piazzolla program and received outstanding reviews across Europe.

Jasmina is also holding position of the faculty at the High Academy “Pole Supérieur 93” in Paris and is giving masterclasses in Italy and Portugal, as well as for Chinese pianists in France.

“The fingers of Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich undertake the particular style of each piece with great enthusiasm, avoiding uniformity… with all the vigor required… cloudy and subtle… fresh and spontaneous… she knows how to bring out the spirit of each score.” 5* Classica, Paris

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“What strength ! Inner character and power, together in a single breath” – Radio Suisse Romande praises Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich for her creativity, combining her great sensitivity and her Slavic passion.

A Serbian pianist currently based in Paris, Jasmina has recorded for the Naxos (“Byzantine Mosaic”, world premiere) and Calliope labels. Her new album “Dumka” has received rave reviews at Classica in France (5*), Crescendo in Belgium, Musicweb in London…

« This album is wonderful ; marvellously balanced in terms of repertoire and style and Kulaglich has all the lyricism, warmth and spaciousness that one could desire. » (Musicweb International, UK)

Soloist with the Orchestre Romantique Européen de Paris in Liszt’s two Concertos, with “U.K. Symphony Orchestra” in London, chamber orchestras in France, she also performs with soloists of the Orchestre de Paris, the Orchestre Philarmonique de Radio France, the Orchestre National de France and the Orchestre National d’Ile-de-France.

Nurtured by the traditions of the Russian school of pianists, then that of Claudio Arrau, she performed in France (Salle Gaveau, Salle Cortot, Fondation Cziffra, Goethe Institut, Festival Debussy, Lyon, Pianissimes), in Great Britain (London, Leister), in Switzerland (Geneva, Lausanne, Neuchâtel), in Italy, Holland, Belgium, in the United States…

Born in Belgrade, Jasmina Kulaglich achieved a unanimous First Prize from the High National Music Academy in her native city, the “Grand Prize” of the “Arts University”, First Prize in the Competition for Serbian pianists and the “October Prize” from the City of Belgrade. Following this she pursued her studies in France and Switzerland with Edith Fischer and Aquiles Delle Vigne, then with Georgy Sebok and Karl Kammerling.

Jasmina Kulaglich also released the Naxos CD « Byzantine Mosaic » in the World Premiere, presenting the Serbian composer Svetislav Bozic. The CD received, among others, the highest award from the famous belgium classical magazine « Crescendo » and still attracts attention from critics for its originality.

“It’s a record of rare beauty” (ResMusica)

“Masterstroke by the pianist, a compatriot of the composer” (Classique Info Disques)

Jasmina founded the Trio Botticelli and recently the Trio Bohème with whom she released the album “The Seasons” with the Tchaikovsky / Piazzolla program and received outstanding reviews across Europe.

Jasmina is also holding position of the faculty at the High Academy “Pole Supérieur” in Paris and is giving masterclasses in Italy and Portugal, as well as for Chinese pianists in France. She is passionate about artistic transmission including the mental preparation for artists. Jasmina is fond of yoga, meditation and neurosciences, as well as fitness and corporal training.

Jasmina Kulaglich has currently an exciting collaboration with Tomo Hirayama, young Japanese composer, and she offered several world premieres of his compositions.

“The fingers of Serbian pianist Jasmina Kulaglich undertake the particular style of each piece with great enthusiasm, avoiding uniformity… with all the vigor required… cloudy and subtle… fresh and spontaneous… she knows how to bring out the spirit of each score.” 5* Classica, Paris

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