Luka Sulic rewarded in London

place: London, UK
Cellist Luka Sulic has been rewarded with the Sponsor’s Prize of the Royal Music Academy in London. Luka Sulic is a young cellist whose international reputation grows with every performance.

He won series of prizes at international music competitions including first and special prize at the VII Lutoslawski International Cello Competition (Warsaw, 2009) as well as first prize at the European Broadcasting Union “New Talent” Competition (Bratislava, 2006).

He has given a number of solo appearances in Europe, South America and Japan and performed as a soloist with orchestras such as Australian Chamber Orchestra, Warsaw Philharmonic, Wroclaw Philharmonic, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Slovenian Philharmonic, Slovak Philharmonic, Zagreb Philharmonic, Zagreb Soloists and others. Among his chamber music partners were Radovan Vlatkovic and Boris Berezovsky.

He studied with Valter Despalj in Zagreb, Reinhard Latzko in Vienna and he is currently studying with Mats Lidstrom at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

He regularly performs at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and Ljubljana Festival. He also took part in Vladimir Spivakov Foundation Concerts in Moscow, featuring young talents and laureates from all over the world. He was chosen to participate in the “New Masters on Tour” concert series at the International Holland Music Sessions 2007 Festival, which presents young artists in prestigious concert venues all over Europe.

(D.H., 26.01.2011)