Classical Guitarist Jankovic to Perform at Doane College
International award-winning classical guitarist Petar Jankovic will perform Monday, November 23 at Whitcomb Lee Conservatory on the beautiful Crete campus beginning at 7:00 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public.
Jankovic's expressive performances and a technical mastery found only among the world's top musicians make it easy to understand why he has received overwhelming international acclaim.
Since beginning his professional music career in 1985, he has delighted audiences at recitals and enlightened students in his master classes throughout Europe and the United States. As a performer at major competitions around the globe, his universally evocative sound has won high regard with the world's classical music community, and as a result, Jankovic has garnered numerous prestigious awards. Some of these include:
1998 Bronze medal at the 1998 H.R.H. Princess Cristina 13th International Guitar Competition, Madrid (Spain)
1998 First Prize at the First Annual Competition in Performance of Hispano-American music, Bloomington (Indiana)
1998 Bronze medal at the M.M.Ponce International guitar competition, Mexico City (Mexico)
1997 Graduate Top Strings Award, Indianapolis Matinee Musicale, first guitarist ever to win this award!
Every time he walks on stage, Jankovic exudes talent, skill, intelligence, and charisma. His energy spills into audiences - and whether they have heard him play one time or one hundred times, they find themselves moved.
Currently Jankovic is a member of Indiana University Jacobs School of Music's esteemed faculty.
To learn more about Petar Jankovic please visit his site at www.petarjankovic.com