This trio was founded in 2009 with performances of music from various styles and an interesting array of instruments. The trio is made up of Ljubinko Lazic, Jovan Nikolic and Nemanja Bogunovic. Lazic is a double bass soloist for the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also a member of the renowned quartet, “Bassiona Amorosa”. Nikolic plays a variety of stringed instruments and is influenced by his upbringing in a Gypsy family of musicians. He has studied many styles of music from traditional Balkans music to Jazz and Swing. Bogunovic graduated from the Music Academy in Belgrade. He has been recognized for his exceptional talents, and gives recitals throughout Europe and the U.S. He founded the Belgrade Guitar Quartet and is also a composer.
The Nemanja Bogunvic Trio MP3, “Sentimental Moments” is available now for download.
By popular demand we are now making sheet music with tab available to the public. So many of you want to learn how to play the arrangements from the Soundtrack CD and Nemanya has been working hard to fulfill this request from his fans. He has been taking time from his busy schedule to make arrangements available a couple at a time, and eventually in a few months the whole Soundtrack CD collection will be available as an e-book for just $29.99. For now individual pieces will be available for download at $5.99 each and will be released for sale as they become available. Visit our shop if you would like to make a purchase and check back soon for new additions.
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The liquid melodies and mellow tones of classical guitar music seem made for the holiday season and it can be enjoyed at the Bonifas Arts Center on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m., when Serbian guitarist and composer Nemanja Bogunovic presents his Upper Peninsula debut.
“Mitzi and Tom Brayak heard him play when they were in Europe,” said Beth Ann Fudala, Special Events Director for the Arts Center. “She came in and raved about the music. We are delighted to be able to have him present a concert here.”
A guitarist since the age of seven, Bogunovic graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Belgrade, and was appointed Art Director of the Prince Tomislav Foundation by Serbian Princess Linda Karageorgevich. He has appeared in the United States and Europe.