Natasha Bogojevich studied composition in Belgrade with Srdjan
Hofman, graduated with a thesis on nonlinear time in music composition
for symphony orchestra titled Circulus vitiosus. She also studied piano,
chamber, electronic and computer music with Vladan Radovanovic and Neil
Rolnick at the Radio Belgrade Electronic Studio and attended Master
Classes for Film Music with Ennio Simeon. Her musical background
consists of various interrelated activities in the area of traditional
and electronic music, multimedia, performance art and sound design for
visual media (theater, film, TV and commercials).
Ms. Bogojevich is a former Assistant Professor of composition at the
University of Music in Belgrade. She was also a collaborator in Belgrade
TV - Cultural Production. Since 2003, Natasha has been on the faculty
of DePaul University, where she teaches the courses Understanding Music
and Intro to Composition.
Natasha's compositions include works for symphony orchestra, solo
instruments, chamber ensembles, choral and vocal pieces, electronic and
computer music, ballet and numerous scores for film and stage music.
She is the recipient of many awards for composition in former Yugoslavia
(October Prize of the City of Belgrade, Josip Slavenski, Radio
Belgrade, Association of Composers of Serbia) Awarded the top prize at
the UNESCO's Rostrum of Composers in Paris, her chamber composition
Formes differntes de Sonneries de la Rose+Croix was broadcast
throughout the world.
Most recently her new works premiered by the New York Miniaturist
Ensemble, Versus Vox Ensemble, Amarone String Quartet and Demetrius
Spaneas who commissioned a piece for woodwinds, electronic and film to
present during his year long Euro-Asian tour.
In October/November 2007 Natasha's music was presented at the
prestigious Belgrade Music Festival, The Long Night of Chamber Music
190 Years of Brandenburger Theatre in Brandenburg and Berlin,
Versicherungskammer Bayernin in Munich, AmBul Festival in Sofia and
International Rostrum of Composers. She also composed original music for
Chicago Theatre Productions (Chopin Theatre, The Utopian Theatre
Asylum, BackStage Theatre Co. etc.) and written original scores for indie
feature films "Where It Gets You" and "Black Mail" which premiered in