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Marko Dzomba, born in Novi Sad, Serbia, is an internationally active soloist and chamber musician who is currently studying at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria.[1]

Some of his performances include appearances as a soloist with the Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra in the Tchaikovsky Great Hall, the Suzhou Symphony Orchestra China, the Vienna Jeunesse Orchestra in the Great Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus[2], with the Webern Chamber Philharmonic in the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein[3], with the Orchestra of the Slovenian Armed Forces in the Great Hall of the Slovenian Philharmonic... Recent collaborations include also appearances with the Vienna Volksoper orchestra, Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg and the stage orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. Marko Dzomba has performed in England, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Serbia, Norway, Romania, the Czech Republic and in concert halls such as the Konzerthaus Vienna, Musikverein Vienna, Brucknerhaus Linz, MuTh Vienna, Ljubljana Philharmonic and RNCM Manchester.

Marko Dzomba is the winner of international and national competitions such as the Casinos Austria Rising Star Award, the ADMC Illzach in France, the CRDM in Italy, the Svirel Prize in Slovenia (where he also received two special prizes), the Windisch Chamber Music Competition and Musica Juventutis. He is a three-time laureate of the Serbian National Competition and has twice been awarded the Serbian Culture Prize "Talent of the Year". He won the Tokyo Foundation audition and is a scholarship winner of the Thyl-Dürr Foundation and the Josef Windisch Foundation.

He has appeared on radio and television stations such as ORF, Radio Ö1, Radio Klassik Stephansdom, RTVSLO and Klassikradio Germany.

Marko Dzomba is a Yamaha Performing Artist and plays on a gold plated, 24K Yamaha Custom EX Alto Saxophone.

Web Links[edit]


Homepage www.markodzomba.com

Yamaha Artist Marko Dzomba www.yamaha.com/artists/marko-dzomba

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yamaha Music, Yamaha Europe. "Marko Dzomba Biography". Yamaha Music. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  2. ^ Konzerthaus Wien. "Concert Program". Konzerthaus Vienna. Retrieved June 26, 2019.
  3. ^ Musikverein Wien. "Concert Program". Musikverein Wien. Retrieved June 25, 2019.

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