Un viaggio is a story about four friends, four artists who come together at the beginning of a new musical voyage. This new musical path means crossing their so far artistic range from different musical stories, already accomplished, and eager to reach something new and very exciting. There are no secrets, there is only a fourth musical dimension which has been discovered and after which nothing will stay the same!

Un viaggio ist die Geschichte von vier Musikern, vier Künstlern, die sich am Beginn einer neuen musikalischen Reise treffen. Dieser musikalische Weg stellt eine Überschneidung ihrer bisherigen künstlerischen Tätigkeitsfelder in verschiedenen musikalischen Bereichen dar, und sie sind bereit für etwas Neues und sehr Aufregendes. Es gibt keine Geheimnisse, nur die vierte musikalische Dimension, nach der nichts mehr sein wird wie bisher.


Piensa en Mi / A. Lara

Serenata / P. Mascagni

Un Viaggio ....

Zoran Todorovich - tenor

Born in Belgrade, Zoran Todorovich has won international recognition in the lirico-spinto repertoire and has appeared in leading theaters such as the Bavarian State Opera, Staatsoper Berlin, Netherlands Opera, Theatre Royale de la Monnaie in Brussels, Vienna State Opera, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera,Deutsche Oper Berlin, Theatre du Capitole,Toulouse, L’Opera de Marseille, SemperOper, Dresden Deutsche Oper , Staatsoper Berlin, Royal Opera, Covent Garden and several others, as well as at the Bregenz Festival and at the National Theatre in Tokyo.
His broad repertoire includes most of the key roles for a dramatic tenor and in 2009 he had a great success when he sang his first Wagnerian role, the title role in Lohengrin which he performed at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
Zoran Todorovich began the 2010/2011 season with his first Andrea Chenier at L’Opera de Marseille. He returned to the Teatro Massimo in Palermo as Dick Johnson in La Fanciulla del West, after which he sang his first performance of Jean in Massenet’s Herodiade for the Flemish Opera in Ghent and Antwerp.
Todorovich returns to the Bavarian State Opera in Munich as Pollione in Norma opposite Edita Gruberova and was also a partner of Gruberova in Roberto Devereux at concert in Warsaw. He also sang the role of Ismaele in concert performances of Nabucco in Brussels and as Pinkerton in Tokyo. In September of 2011,Todorovich returns to the Opera de Geneve, where he achieved a great success as Manrico in Il Trovatore in 2009, in a new production of Andrea Chenier. Then he made his debut at the Opera Bastille in Paris as Don Alvaro in La Forza del Destino. His projects also included his debut at the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona in the same role, and both La Fanciulla del West and Francesca da Rimini for L’Opera de Monte Carlo. Todorovich also sang Turridu in Cavalleria Rusticana and Canio in Pagliacci at the Zurich Opera . In 2013 he added a new Wagnerian and a new Verdi roles to his repertoire; appearing as Radames in Aida in Marseille and as Parsifal for the Flemish Opera.
Todorovich also had a role of Dick Johnson at the new Production of Fanciulla del West at the Opera Zurich with maestro Marco Armiliato, Pagliacci in Moscow and Düsseldorf, Carmen and the new production of Turandot at the Deutsche oper Düsseldorf, La Rondine in Tel Aviv with Angela Gheorghiu ( with whom he sang a gala concert in Baden-Baden) and La forza del destino in Tokyo, and in the new production Le Roi Arthus at the Paris Opera Bastille with maestro Philippe Jordan. In the next seasons (2016/2017) he made his stage debut in the new production of Otello at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein with huge success, and continue singing at Opera Zürich anther the button of Marco Armilliato and by Teatro Colon of Bogota in the famous production of Willy Deckers Otello.
In following seasons (2014/2015) he sang Fidelio in Liege, Otello in concert in Antwerp/Gent, La tragedia fiorentina in Torino and at the Opera Monte Carlo with maestro Pinca Steinberg.

Aleksandar Nikolic - bandoneon

Aleksandar Nikolić (bandoneon) - born in 1973, he studied at the School of Music Vučković in Belgrade, continuing his education at the Music Academy in Bratislava, Slovakia, where he completed his postgraduate studies in 1997. He is laureate of the international competitions Citta di Castelfidardo and Premio Stefano Bizzari – Morro d'oro. He has given concerts in the country and abroad. He has contributed largely to the promotion of tango music and Astor Piazzolla’s music in Serbia and whole World, performing it with many important symphony and chamber orchestras (Belgrade philharmonic orchestra, RTS Symphony orchestra, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Saigon Opera Symphony Orchestra, Sofia AGBU Symhony Orchestra, Symphony orchestra Stanislav Binički, St George strings, Zagreb Soloists, Macedonian Philharmony ...).
He is founder of Beltango quinteto, one of the most famous tango orchestra performed more than 800 concerts played in Argentina, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Spain, Hungary, Slovakia, Turkey, Greece, Malta, Austria, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia...
He is artistis directior of international dance&music show “Tango De Mi Vida”.
His own musical opus Balkango – unique mixture of Tango and Balkan music, started to be very popular in the music world.
He is a founder of the Belgrade Tango Association and artistic director of the International Belgrade Tango Festival.
Aleksandar Nikolic is a winner of “Astor Piazzolla Music Award 2008”

Zoran Anic - guitar

M.A. Zoran Anic was born in Belgrade, where he was acclaimed as a great young talent, he started his primary education (guitar) and only in few months has his first public performance and recording for National Radio. 

He finished post graduate studies on Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade with highest grade and proceeded to obtain the Master of Arts degree. 

He attended and with noticeable success has finished many international Master classes, working with world famous guitarists like: Alerio Dias, Alexsandre Lagoya, Dusan Bogdanovic, Roland Dyens, Manuel Barrueco, Alvaro Pierri, Roberto Aussel, David Russell, Costas Cociolis, Hubert Käppel, Tomas Müler Pering.

He is the winner of many National and International competition.

During his concert career, which begins little after he started playing guitar, he performed hundreds of solo and chamber music concerts all around the world (Europe, America..). At the beginning known as “great young talent”, but latter as skilled musician of “virtuous and inspired interpretations”, he hold on a great number of very noticeable concerts. He performed many concerts of chamber music with national and foreign musicians (guitar duo – AXAN duo, guitar-flute, guitar-piano, guitar-violin, and guitar-voice). Now he is active in GUITANEON duo with world famous bandoneon player Aleksandar Nikolic, project UN VIAGGIO with one of the best world tenor singer in this moment Zoran Todorovich and in MUSHKALICA duo with accordionist Nenad Ljubenovic.

Besides his career as a soloist, he performed with great success with chamber orchestras and symphonic orchestras (Belgrade Symphonic Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of Radio Television of Serbia, St. Georges Strings, Chamber Orchestra „Dusan Skovran", Belgrade String Quartette, Plovdiv Symphonic Orchestra...). In great number of works for guitar and orchestra which he played (by J.Rodrigo, H.V.Lobos, A.Vivaldi, M.Giuliani, M.Ponce. A.Piazzolla...), he performed also a world premiere – J.S.Bach – concert for piano and orchestra arranged by him.

He made a great number of audio and video recordings.

He was professor on Music Academy in Sarajevo and now Zoran Anic teaches like guest professor on Academy of Art, Slobomir P Univesity and in State Conservatorium - Dr. V.Vuckovic, Belgrade, Serbia. He is active teacher and member of a jury on many international competitions and festivals. His students won a lot of international and national competitions.

He is one of the founders and member of Serbian association of classic guitar (SAKG), founder and member of Association of Southeast Europe Classical Guitarist (ASEG) and Founder and Director of Guitar Open Festival in Subotica and Winter Music Academy.

Slobodan Geric - contrabass

Slobodan Geric graduated and received his master’s degree and PhD from the Faculty of Music Art, Belgrade, in the class of Prof Nebojsa Ignjatovic. He furthered his professional education with Prof Ludwig Streicher in Vienna and Francesco Petracchi in Italy. As a soloist he performed with Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Nish Symphony Orchestra, Klagenfurt Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade String Orchestra Dusan Skovran, Chamber Orchestra Ljubica Maric and Youth Orchestra Borislav Pascan. 

He was a soloist with Dusan Skovran (1985-1992) and a principle bass with Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (1994-2007). Slobodan performs as a solo bass with Saint George Strings, Camerata Serbica, Balkan Chamber Academy, Ensemble for Other New Music and is a member of ethno-jazz ensemble Ognjen and Friends.

His work was awarded many times: Concert of the Year 2007, given by the Association of Musical Artists of Serbia; October Award of the City of Belgrade, for students in 1984 and with Dusan Skovran in 1991; Concert of the Year 2006 , with Saint Georges Strings under the leadership of Gordan Nikolic, given by the city of Belgrade; numerous first place awards at national competitions.

As a member of various ensembles he performed in USA, China, Russia, Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, Sweden, France, Spain. He is a full time professor at the Faculty of Music Art, Belgrade, and many of his students have successful careers in Serbia and abroad.