Tea Dimitrijević & Dejan Subotić Piano Duo have been performing together since 2007. They have played a large number of concerts in major venues in Belgrade and other cities in Serbia, featuring an extensive repertoire comprising works spanning from Classicism to the 21st century. They performed at a gala concert celebrating Robert Schumann’s bicentenary at the City Hall of Belgrade, held as part of the festival Šuman i njegovi dvojnici (Schumann and his Doubles), as well as the 45th Mokranjčevi dani (Mokranjac Days) festival in Negotin. A re-cording of their interpretation of works by Schumann has been broadcast by BBC Radio 3. The Duo have performed all of Erik Satie’s works for piano four-hands, while in April 2012, to mark 150 years since the birth of Claude Debussy, they gave a concert featuring all of his works for piano four-hands. They have also given several recitals featuring special topics, such as Music for Children, Women Composers, French 19th- and 20th-century Music, Chamber Music of Valery Gavrilin, as well as a large number of concerts featuring contemporary Serbian music. They have premièred several works for piano four-hands by Serbian au-thors that were specially composed for them (Svetlana Savić, Branka Popović, Dragana Jovanović, Tatjana Milošević), as well as the entire oeuvre of Miloš Pe-trović for two pianos. Dimitrijević and Subotić were the first two Serbian artists to receive doctoral degrees in the field of chamber music. The Duo have also won a Silver Medal of the University of Arts in Belgrade.