Sofija Nedić, born in 1991, in Belgrade, Serbia, started playing the piano at age five. She has won first place in numerous international piano competitions, including the Nikolai Rubinstein Piano Competition in Paris (2002); the Citta di Gorizia in Italy (2006); the Konzerteum Piano Competition in Greece (2006). She was a prize-winner as well in many other competitions in France, Slovakia, Boznia and Herzegovina, and in the United States.
Miss Nedić has studied with several eminent professors of piano, including Jacques Rouvier (Ecole Superieure, Paris); Igor Laszko (Conservatoire Slave, Paris); Siavush Gadziev; Slovenia Renon O’Hara (Guildhall University, London); Erik Tawastjerna (University of Helsinki); Pavel Gililov (Mozarteum, Salzburg); and Jeno Jando, in Hungary.
She has performed concerts internationally at various renowned venues, among them include Belgrade City Hall and Belgrade Philharmonic Hall; Athens City Hall; Chateau Dassault, Paris; Chateau de Coppet in Switzerland; Teatro Guiseppe Verdi di Gorizia in Italy; Golden Gate Club, San Francisco; and the Dance Palace in Point Reyes, California.
Miss Nedić was admitted to the Belgrade Conservatory of Music at the age of 14, as their youngest student. Currently, she’s working on her Master’s Degree in Piano Performance with Professor Mack McCray at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.