LP Duo presents

Keyboard Days Belgrade 3

The Keyboard Days Belgrade Festival was founded by two pianists, Sonja Lončar and Andrija Pavlović (LP Duo) in 2014. The festival aims at presenting significant international artists in the field of keyboard & new music to a wider audience. 

The third edition of the festival is dedicated to presenting the Art & Science project Quantum Music and it will be held from 17 to 21 November in Belgrade, in the facilities of Kolarac Foundation. The festival is organized by New Art Center in cooperation with Take Over Festival with support from the Center for the Promotion of Science, Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Kolarac Foundation, City of Belgrade and Erste Bank. 


Friday, 18. November, 20h - Grand Concert Hall / ticket price 500 RSD

Concert promotion of Quantum Music project
LP Duo – Sonja Lončar and Andrija Pavlović, pianists
Vlatko Vedral, quantum physicist
Prof. dr Dragan Novković, electrical engineer

Saturday, 19. Novembar

12-18h - Digital Gallery / free entrance

Synthesizer Workshop – course
Nenad Antanasijević Antanas, composer, producer and synthesizer repairer

18h – Small Hall / free entrance

Quantum Music – lecture
Vlatko Vedral, quantum physicist, University of Oxford and Singapore
Klaus Molmer, quantum physicist, University of Aarhus (Denmark)

Sunday, 20. November - The Gallery

15-18.30h / free entrance

Open Source Music
Audio installations workshop using open source software and hardware

Workshop facilitators: Dule Petković and Miloš Sekereš, electrical engineers

19h / free entrance

Concert promotion of the album of electronic music
Jovan Iljadica, composer and electrical engineer


This year’s Keyboard Days Fair, unlike the previous two which were exhibit-only, will also feature several two-hour lectures and workshops about the application and operation of specific parts of analogue synthesizer, with an emphasis on individual application of oscillator (VCO and DCO), filter (VCF), envelope (ADSR), amplifier (VCA) and modulator (LFO), and how they can be integrated into appropriate modules to obtain original sounds applicable in music and on film.

Workshop conducted by: Nenad Antanasijević Antanas

To obtain more info and apply for the workshop, please contact antanasy@gmail.com 


Open Source Music
Audio installations workshop using open source software and hardware
Workshop facilitators: Dule Petković and Miloš Sekereš, electrical engineers

The goal of the workshop is to present the possibilities of implementation of music and audio projects on open source software and hardware platforms.

Unlicensed software and hardware available for free use has become an important tool in the hands of creative people. Two heads are better than one, and the creativity and smartness of many individuals put together multiplies in a similar way. The main idea was to use the creativity of one member of the community partly or fully in different projects, to multiply it and develop almost organically.

The current trend is that communities gathered around software and hardware mostly develop independently of one another. The number of projects which bring together both hardware and software is relatively small, partly due to the fact that the principles which connect the two worlds remain locked in the domain of electrical science, electrical engineering and electronics, which seldom seem accessible.

The goal of the workshop is to familiarize the participants, mostly coming from the creative community, with the requirements their future projects have to fulfill in order to bring the hardware and software together. This knowledge will enable the participants to create more mobile, ad-hoc, cheaper and smaller projects.


Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca



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