Damjan Jovičin (b. 1995) is a Serbian composer of contemporary music. He studied Bachelor and Master studies in composition at the Faculty of music in Belgrade in the class of professor Zoran Erić, and spent one semester at the Franz List Academy of Music in Budapest as a part of the ERASMUS program. Currently he is a doctoral candidate and an assistant at the composition department of the Faculty od music in Belgrade.
He is an active participant of many national and international festivals where his compositions were premiered. Some of them include: Darmstädter Ferienkurse (Germany), ISA Festival (Austria), Time of Music (Finland), Soundmine (Belgium), Walden Creative Musicians Retreat (USA), BEMUS (Serbia), International Composer’s Review (Serbia), KoMA (Serbia), FESTUM (Serbia), CEME Festival (Israel)…
He received the commission for the 49th edition of Belgrade Music Festival and composed an orchestral piece Mathematical Dream which was premiered by the RTS symphony orchestra at the Kolarac endownment. He is the recipient of the City of Belgrade’s Award for his pocket opera Mercy street.
Besides concert music, he composed music for multimedia art and performed as a pianist and conductor.
About the piece
Quinθ is a piece that offers different insights into the notions of synchronicity and asynchronicity, by way of isolating meter and instrumental parts. If chamber music represents the ‘eye’ of synergy, during the interpretation of the piece the performers can add to their technical range with their intellection of the synchronicity of breathing of pores on the tips of their fingers – and this also translates onto the music parameters.