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"Music is the divine way to tell beautiful, poetic things to the heart." Pablo Casals



Mima Majstorovic began playing the cello at the age of eight and has been passionate about music and performing ever since. She studied at the School for Musical Talents in  Ćuprija and later at Faculty of Music in Belgrade, Serbia, where she earned her undergraduate degree. Currently, she’s getting a master's degree at Temple University's Boyer College of Music and Dance, under the tutelage of professor Ohad-Bar David. Mima has performed in numerous concerts throughout Serbia, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro, and USA, at many prestigious venues such as SANU gallery, “Ilija Kolarac” Great Hall, S.K.C. Hall, Belgrade City Assembly, Sava Center, among others. As a member of the chamber ensemble at the school in Ćuprija, Ms. Majstorovic performed in five humanitarian concerts and participated at the "Balkan Youth Festival" in Bulgaria.  She was also a member of the "El Sistema" program, where she participated in the opening of Congress of prime ministers of Eastern European countries in Vienna, Austria. In addition, Mima performed with the school orchestra at the closing of the 48th BEMUS festival, with soloists Roman and Milena Simović, at BELEF festival, at the opening of ARLEMM festival, with soloist Dragan Đorđević, at the Bolshoi Russian Music Festival, and in the "Euphony" project, touring Austria. Mima has won numerous awards at national and international competitions, both as a soloist, and a member of the chamber ensemble and chamber orchestra. As a passionate and caring teacher, Ms. Majstorovic has taught at Vatroslav Lisinksi School in Belgrade, and is now teaching at Temple Prep, as well as maintaining a private cello studio. 

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