Ana Sokolović

Belgrade (Serbia), 1968

A Montrealer by adoption, from her early years Serbian composer Ana Sokolović was nurtured in the arts. Before making her mark in theatre and music she studied classical ballet. She studied composition at the University of Novi Sad, completing her master’s degree at the Université de Montréal with José Evangelista. A fascination for the various forms of artistic expression colours her work. At once rich and playful, her music plunges the listener into a universe replete with imagery universe, often inspired by the folklore of the Balkans and its festive and asymmetric rhythms. Thanks to the fresh breezes which breathe life into her compositions, she has gained renown, garnering many commissions and awards. Her repertoire includes works for orchestra, for voice plus several chamber music pieces. She has also composed numerous music works for the theatre, including two operas. Currently she teaches composition at the Université de Montréal.
More Information

Order the kit by mail

Get the educational tools at your school to make it happen. * Depending on the availability of stocks and for certain fees.

Add to Basket

Watch or download the educational package below.

Music score

Viva la musica

Ana Sokolović

Poster

Ana Sokolović

Comic book

Ana

Ana Sokolović


Video

I. The Childhood of Art

II. Back to the Roots

III. The Game of Composition

IV. Creation in Progress


Sharing page

Comment: Ana Sokolovic

Thank you for everything. Our kids had such an amazing experience. They really loved the workshops and the concert. What an amazing experience for them. The teachers and parents loved it too by the way!

READ MORE

Comment: Ana Sokolovic

Thank you for presenting Ana Sokolovic to us at the workshop. I have introduced her to many classes and will continue to refer to the material you have handed out. Merci

READ MORE

Other available materials

Viva la musica! score for secondary school band is available at the Canadian Music Centre — Certain fees apply.

Chargement
Quitter
 
flèche de redimension de la partition