With its voluptuous flowing locks, his Gothic styling and its stunning technique Nemanja Radulović acts like a romantic virtuoso yesteryear. And it is unique in the world of classical music. While others sell using gimmicks, can Nemanja prefer the music speak for itself - and his violin talking fOr him Apply. "I'm trying to find the sound of the human voice," he explains. "Good for me, the violin is the best way I've found to express myself."
As a former musical prodigy has Nemanja conquered with less than 30 years, all possible resistances Overcome, and the most important international concert venues.
Born in 1985, he began rather accidentally at the age of seven years in his hometown Niš in northern Serbia playing the violin. At a music school was realized that the boy had perfect pitch, and gave him his first violin. Two weeks later, he continued his teacher in amazement. "I had already reached the end of the three-year course," he admits sheepishly.
His parents moved to the capital Belgrade, so that he could continue his education. Just six months after he played his first notes on a violin, he made his debut at a concert in his new school - seven years soloist in a Vivaldi concert.
he was publicly perform thenceforth passion. "I loved the stage immediately. this first contact with the audience in the concert hall was wonderful. I realized that I could make people laugh. I felt that I could bring people to tears. I never discovered something else where you so can feel a lot of emotion.
Obviously a star was born. But a storm was brewing: The United Nations imposed an economic embargo on the newly founded Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and hyperinflation made even the simplest things unaffordable in Belgrade.
"It was hard to be during the blockade without electricity or water and buy food to be able to," he recalls. "My mother was a doctor. She performed humanitarian work at the front, saved lives, and therefore us, the war was very aware. Music was the lifeblood not only for me but for my whole family. They helped us to continue a normal life lead and gave us real happiness. I realized then for the first time the power of music. I've never forgotten. "
The first ensemble, with the first eight years of Nemanja occurred, was a trio with his two older sisters Jelisaveta and Danica who both played cello. "Music has always been very important in our family My father sang and my mother played accordion at home We always had music in our meal with friends, and all listened to music -... Rock, pop, rap and classical music"
Despite the difficult conditions in his country succeeded Nemanja to travel to music competitions throughout Europe. "The embassies in Belgrade were all closed. So we had to go to Budapest and there wait several days until a visa has been issued by train or car."
On his first international competition he participated in Stresa (Italy), when he was nine years old. He played for the first time Paganini.
About the competitions he came into contact with musicians who led a very different life. "It was great for me to meet young people who did not have these problems. I could talk to them about other things, not just about the war."
When Nemanja was 14, he moved with his family to Paris, where he continued his musical education at Patrice Fontanarosa.
He has performed throughout the world, in some of the most important concert halls and with some of the best orchestras. Wherever he played, his mission was the same - the classical music almost bring a new young audience.
"I like to play for all audiences," he explains. "I try not to give history lessons or to show how to play the violin -. I just want the audience true emotions felt by the music that I play at a concert and I hope that can help them, some problems of their everyday life to forget.
I just play the way I feel. I try luck bestow when I happy feel, or sadness, when I'm sad. Sometimes I speak afterwards to the audience and tell me how you felt during the performance - and it is always so, as I felt while playing. That is my goal."
This emotion has of course its origins in his personal life. "In recent years I have lost nine people who were very close to me, including my mother and my sister within one year," he says. "This gives a feeling that can be expressed with the instruments and the music.
Radulović, who now lives near Paris, practices a day for two hours. "I always like to play a little Bach and Mozart," he says. "Bach helps me with both feet on the ground and to stay well grounded, and Mozart gives me happiness and real feelings."
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