about Nevena Stanić Kovačević

Nevena Stanić Kovačević is a musicologist and double bassist. She graduated from the University of Miami Frost School of Music. Her main fields of study include minimalism and postminimalism, the music of Steve Reich, Orthodox music, and Serbian postmodern music. Nevena’s papers were published in English, Serbian, and Georgian language. She is a recipient of numerous awards as a teacher, scholar, and performer. Having performed as a double bassist all over Serbia and Europe, Nevena mostly immersed in tango music. Presently, she is pursuing a Ph.D. Degree in Musicology in Belgrade. Nevena resides in Miami where she teaches and writes about music and art.

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