After he was voted "International revelation of the year" at the Victoires de la Musique Classique and designated a "Rising Star", the virtuosic violinist Nemanja Radulovic has been playing since the middle of the 2000's in the greatest European venues.
Nemanja Radulovic began studying the violin in 1992. Five years later, he won a Special award from the Serbian Ministry of Education. After studying music at the Conservatory of Saarbrücken, he moved to France where he perfected in the class of Patrice Fontanarosa at the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris.
In 2006, he was particularly noticed by the press and the public when he replaced Maxim Vengerov in the Beethoven Concerto with the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra and Myung-Whun Chung at Salle Pleyel. Since then, he has appeared as a soloist with the greatest orchestras in the world: Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia, Belgium National Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London and the two chamber ensembles that he founded: Les Trilles du Diable and Double Sens.
Simultaneously, Nemanja Radulovic regularly participates in the festivals of Aix-les-Bains, Périgord Noir, Verbier, Belgrade and the Musical Flâneries of Reims ... He plays the violin of Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume from 1843.
Five landmark dates in the life of Nemanja Radulovic:
1997: Elected "Talent of the Year" by the Serbian Ministry of Education
2000: Entered the training at the CNSM in Paris, in the class of Patrice Fontanarosa
2005: "International revelation of the year" at the Victoires de la musique classique
2006: Named "Rising Star" for season 2006/2007
2009: First recording of the ensemble, Les Trilles du Diable
Biography from Radio France’s Musical Documentation, October 2013