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Nikola Fabijanić

Saxophone player Nikola Fabijanić is a soloist, chamber and orchestra musician and a pedagogue. He works at the Pavao Markovac Music School, at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad as a guest professor and as a saxophone player in the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Croatian National Theatre Orchestra. He has had a number of successful performances with Papandopulo Quartet and in a duo with Linda Mravunac Fabijanić. His performances, and those of his ensembles, are regularly praised by the audience, colleagues and critics. He has recorded three solo albums, three albums with the Papandopulo Quartet and one with the Zagreb Soloists. As a soloist, he has performed with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, Croatian Army Symphony Wind Orchestra, Croatian Navy Symphony Wind Orchestra, Zagreb Chamber Orchestra, Gaudeamus Orchestra, Windstrings and Art Ensemble NRW. He is a winner of numerous awards for artistic and pedagogic success: Chancellor’s Award, a winner of the Giulio Viozzi international competition, Zagreb Philharmonic American Express Award for the best young artist, the winner of international competition Alpe-Dunav-Jadran, Darko Lukić Award, etc. He often holds seminars and master classes at home and abroad, and is a member of juries in national and international music competitions. Fabijanić graduated saxophone at the Academy of Music Zagreb in the class of professor Dragan Sremec.
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