Dino Residbegovic

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Dino Residbegovic

Dr. Dino Residbegovic composer - Biography 


Dino Residbegovic (Sarajevo, 1975) attended elementary  and secondary music school, piano department in Sarajevo. He  continued his education in Vienna at the Conservatorium  of  Vienna, Vienna University of music, where he  studied graduate  and master program  and graduated    in  composition in class of  Professors:  H.K Gruber,  MA  Wolfgang Liebhart and Dr. Rainer Bischof with the  best  score. At the Conservatorium of Vienna he graduated piano in 2003. He continued the postgraduate, post  master, study of composition and finished it in 2005 at  the University of music and performing arts in Vienna in  the class of Detlef Müller-Siemens, with the best  grade. He also studied conducting with Professor MA  Uros Lajovic the University of music and performing  arts in Vienna. He completed his DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) program in composition with Dr. Igor Karača (Professor at Department of Music - Oklahoma State University) at University of Sarajevo,  Music Academy in Sarajevo. His mentor for the dissertation was Prof. PhD. Ivan Čavlović. He graduated DMA with the best score. His recent works are performed with analog - modular synthesizers and electro-acoustic composition, as well as the live electronic in composition. Dr. Rešidbegović performs his live electronic  experimental contemporary compositions on analog modular synthesizers. He determinated his notation for electronic and acoustic instruments  in his dissertation, as "Approximative Reductionist Graphical Notation". His musical style is called as RMC (Reduction Music Complexity).  It is based on avoiding notation of tone pitches, allowing performers to choose their own pitches with some suggestions. This includes notation of all  other musical parameters.  He was awarded with by the Alban Berg society, Siemens AG Österreich and e Theodor Körner  Preis. Since 2006 he worked as the assistant professor and since 2012, he works as the associate professor at the Music Academy in Sarajevo, Department of the composition. He is a permanent member of the Austrian Association of Composers (OKB). His works were performed by Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra, Dusan Skovran String Orchestra, Pons Artis  Ensemble, Austrian Art Ensemble, Sonemus Ensemble, Platypus, Trio Magis  and many others  in Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Germany, Japan, Bosnia and  Herzegovina, Ireland, USA and Austria. Two concert were performed  in the Musikverein in 2008, and in Carnegie Hall, 31. Jan. 2013. He cooperated with conductors such as Jurg Wyttenbach, Jaime Wolfson, Dario Vučić, Daniel Mestre, Andrija Pavlić, Obrad Nedeljković, Josip Nalis, Emir Mejremić.  His "Three orchestral miniatures" are part of  regular repertoire of the maestro Aziz Sadikovic. Third movement from his "Piano Concerto" was used as a soundtrack in the movie "Cameraperson" (2016) by Kirsten Johnson.