Vladimir Kulenovic

Vladimir Kulenovic
april 24, 2016
  • Hailed by the Chicago Tribune as the most promising newcomer to the stage in the Chicago area, Vladimir Kulenovic completed a highly successful first season as Music Director of the Lake Forest Symphony and won the 2015 Sir Georg Solti Conducting Award , the most prestigious conducting award in the U.S.
    Presently Mr. Kulenovic serves as staff conductor of the Chicago Lyric Opera and the English National Opera, and continues his tenure as the Resident Conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic. Recently he concluded a four year tenure as Associate Conductor of the Utah Symphony|Utah Opera, and he is the former Principal Conductor of the Kyoto International Music Festival in Japan.

    In 2012 Mr. Kulenovic was awarded the Mendelssohn Bartholdy Scholarship, which enabled him to serve as conducting assistant to Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and closely work with Mo. Masur who mentored him from 2008-12. He prepared orchestras for Zubin Mehta, assisted Bernard Haitink with the Boston Symphony and served as cover conductor at the Baltimore Symphony, Baltimore Opera and the Florentine Opera Milwaukee.
    Vladimir Kulenovic holds graduate diplomas in conducting from both The Juilliard School and the Peabody Conservatory. His teachers include, James DePreist, Marin Alsop and Gustav Meier. He earned a bachelor’s degree in piano performance and a master’s degree in conducting from the Boston Conservatory, where he graduated summa cum laude.

    U.S. guest conducting engagements include the symphonies of Chicago, Houston, Columbus, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, and Knoxville. Highlights of the 2015/2016 season include debuts with the Alabama Symphony, San Francisco Symphony , and Jacksonville Symphony.

    Worldwide, Mr. Kulenovic has appeared with, amongst others, the Beethoven-Orchester | Bonn, Leipziger Symphonie Orchester, Malaysia Philharmonic, National Arts Centre Orchestra|Ottawa, Taipei Symphony and Macedonian Philharmonic.
    Festival appearances include Aspen, Cabrillo, Finland’s Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival, Salzburg Mozarteum, and Verbier, and critically acclaimed collaborations with such celebrated soloists as Leon Fleisher, Augustin Hadelich, Mischa Maisky, Joaquín Achúcarro, Philippe Quint and fellow Serbian-born artists Maja Bogdanovic and Stefan Milenkovich.

  • Hailed by the Chicago Tribune as the most promising newcomer to the stage in the Chicago area, Vladimir Kulenovic completed a highly successful first season as Music Director of the Lake Forest Symphony and won the 2015 Sir Georg Solti Conducting Award , the most prestigious conducting award in the U.S.
    Presently Mr. Kulenovic serves as staff conductor of the Chicago Lyric Opera and the English National Opera, and continues his tenure as the Resident Conductor of the Belgrade Philharmonic. Recently he concluded a four year tenure as Associate Conductor of the Utah Symphony|Utah Opera, and he is the former Principal Conductor of the Kyoto International Music Festival in Japan.

    In 2012 Mr. Kulenovic was awarded the Mendelssohn Bartholdy Scholarship, which enabled him to serve as conducting assistant to Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and closely work with Mo. Masur who mentored him from 2008-12. He prepared orchestras for Zubin Mehta, assisted Bernard Haitink with the Boston Symphony and served as cover conductor at the Baltimore Symphony, Baltimore Opera and the Florentine Opera Milwaukee.
    Vladimir Kulenovic holds graduate diplomas in conducting from both The Juilliard School and the Peabody Conservatory. His teachers include, James DePreist, Marin Alsop and Gustav Meier. He earned a bachelor’s degree in piano performance and a master’s degree in conducting from the Boston Conservatory, where he graduated summa cum laude.

    U.S. guest conducting engagements include the symphonies of Chicago, Houston, Columbus, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, and Knoxville. Highlights of the 2015/2016 season include debuts with the Alabama Symphony, San Francisco Symphony , and Jacksonville Symphony.

    Worldwide, Mr. Kulenovic has appeared with, amongst others, the Beethoven-Orchester | Bonn, Leipziger Symphonie Orchester, Malaysia Philharmonic, National Arts Centre Orchestra|Ottawa, Taipei Symphony and Macedonian Philharmonic.
    Festival appearances include Aspen, Cabrillo, Finland’s Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival, Salzburg Mozarteum, and Verbier, and critically acclaimed collaborations with such celebrated soloists as Leon Fleisher, Augustin Hadelich, Mischa Maisky, Joaquín Achúcarro, Philippe Quint and fellow Serbian-born artists Maja Bogdanovic and Stefan Milenkovich.

 

Vladimir Kulenovic

Photo credits Paul Glickman, Steven Stone and Pilvax Studio Balazs Borocz

“Kulenovic allowed for very spacious phrasing at the start, creating extra sonic poetry in the process, and he had the stormier portions of the work fired up nicely … the overall performance was decidedly classy.”
THE BALTIMORE SUN

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