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XVI° edition of the annual International Competition Davorin Jenko will take place in Belgrade for Piano, Winds Solo and Chamber Ensembles. The opening ceremony, honorary diplomas awarding and the concert of grate artist Natalya Trull took place on January 31 in Russian Center of Science and Culture Belgrade.

Piano Solo & Duo

Piano Solo & Piano Duo (piano in four hands or two pianos) Competition is addressed to the pianists regardless their educational level and born in 1983 and younger. The programme consists of obligatory and freely selected repertoire.

Chamber Ensembles

The Discipline involves ensembles of max 8 members (without age limitations), including instruments of choice and voice, except two pianos and piano 4-hands. The premise is that music is something to be shared and playing together must be encouraged.

Wind Instruments

IC Davorin Jenko is one of the most comprehensive among the Woodwind and Brass instruments competitions in Europe. It is open annually to Bassoon, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Saxophone, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet and Tuba.


We are proud to announce the members of the Jury where world renowned artists: Peter-Lukas Graf, András Adorján, Marianne Henkel-Adorján, Stanko Arnold, Ljubiša Jovanović, Paolo Taballione, Carlo Jans, Cezary Traczewski, Nataša Veljković, Daniel Rivera, Susanna Spaemann, Martin Kasík, Vovka Ashkenazy, Milana Chernyavska...


Custom software is designed to address our needs and process large amount of data: from application, sending emails, to editing data about competitors, and finally generating results, statistics and printing diplomas. The Stats for 2019 has been announced.

Ministry of Education and Technological Development
Ministry of Culture and Information
City of Belgrade