Serbian pianist Marko Stuparevic has appeared in concerts and festivals over USA,
Israel, France, Serbia, Iceland, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, and Slovakia as solo performer and chamber musician. He has won top prizes in Dimitar Nenov, Petar Konjovic, American Protégé, Nikolai Rubinstein and many other international piano competitions, resulting in numerous solo recitals in USA and Europe, and concerto performances with Razgrad Philharmonic, Symphony Otchestra of the Army House of Serbia, the National Symphony of Bulgaria, and Foot in the Door Ensemble. He also performed as a member of 20/20 Chamber Honors Program, Vagus Trio, HICO, Foot in the Door, Elements Ensemble, with Dahlia Duo, Celesti Sondato and 016. He performed on Women Music Festival, New Music Festival, LaMama Moves Festival in New York City with the principal “Martha Graham” dancer Miki Orihara, TelHai Festival in Israel and many other events. Mr. Stuparevic is cofounder of the Prometheus Duo with saxophonist Joseph Abad.
Mr. Stuparevic is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree (DMA) at The Hartt School of Music working with praised American pianist Dr. Paul Rutman. Mr. Stuparevic holds Master of Music degree from The Hartt School of Music and Bachelor Degree from University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia. He was also learning from many world renowned musicians including Anne Koscielny, Philip Kawin, Patrick Zygmanowsky, Jokut Mihailovic, Garrick Ohlsson, Coline Stone, Arbo Valda and many others.
Beside the full tuition from the Hartt School of Music, Mr. Stuparevic was awareded the “Evelyn Bonar Storrs” scholarship from Musical Club of Hartford for the excellence in piano performance from 2011 – 2015.