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Mirko Krajçi (1968-); SVK

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Mirko Krajçi

Mirko Krajçi was born in Banskà Bystrica, Slovakia in 1968 and began his serious music education at the Conservatory of Music in Bratislava, where he studied composition, conducting, and clarinet performance. Upon graduating in 1990 - earning a "Graduate of the Year" award in composition and conducting - Mirko entered the Academy of Music in Bratislava where he completed graduate work in composition and conducting in 1995. Further study in conducting took place at the Paris Conservatory in 1992. During his student years, Mirko was engaged in related musical activities, including a role as the chorus master for the Slovak Children's Choir (1990-96).

Following his studies, Mirko began an active career as both a conductor and composer. Among his conducting activities include guest-conducting roles with the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Bratislava), the Slovak Philharmonic (Bratislava), the Slovak State Philharmonic (Kosice), the Orchestra of the Slovak National Theater (Bratislava), and the Slovak Sinfonietta (Zilina); in addition, he is the regular conductor of the University Orchestra 'Technik' (Bratislava), and acts as a recording supervisor for Slovak Radio. His conducting duties have taken him on tour to England, France, Portugal, Italy, Austria, and Poland.

As a composer, Mirko is a laureate of several competitions, including the Alexander Moyzes Composition Competition (Slovakia, 1990, 1992, 1994), the Composition Competition of the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic (1996), and the Slovak Author's Protecting Union Prize (1997).

Mirko Krajçi
email: mirko_kraci@yahoo.com

Mirko Mirko Krajçi was born in Banskà Bystrica, Slovakia in 1968 and began his serious music education at the Conservatory of... More
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