Jasna Nadles, art director
Ms. Nadles studied flute at the Academy of music in Ljubljana. She perfected her skills with professor Irena Grafenauer at the Mozarteum in Salzburg as well as with professor Gilles Burgos in Paris. She took part in the masters’ classes at The Julliard School of Music with professor Jeanne Baxtresser. She also received an award at the 1998 Maria Canals international competition in Barcelona. As a solo performer or in chamber bands Ms. Nadles performed at numerous festivals in France, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, Morocco, Luxembourg, Germany, Croatia, Denmark and Ireland. In 2002 she was among the founders of the Tartini Festival and has been its art director ever since. She is also a part of the Il Terzo Suono ensemble.
Milan Vrsajkov, programme director
Milan Vrsajkov studied in the class of professor Valter Dešpalj in Zagreb and later successfully presented his master thesis at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He continued his studies at the Mozart Accademy in Krakow with professors Sandor Vegh and Boris Pergamenschikow. He also took part in chamber music projects by Gyorgy Kurtag in Amsterdam where they performed some of his pieces. After 1995 Mr. Vrsajkov performed in the Camerata Salzburg ensemble under the artistic direction of prof. Sandor Vegh and Sir Roger Norrington. He was also a member of The Stradivari Sextet in Vienna and had the opportunity of playing a 1698 Stradivari loaned by the Habisreutinger foundation. He also performed as a soloist and in chamber ensembles with the Berlin Philharmonics, Beethoven Hall in Vienna, Theatre de la Ville in Pariz and at the Salzburg Mozarteum and at various festivals such as the Rheingau Festival, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, Octobre en Normandie and Bemus. In 2002 he was among the founders of the Tartini Festival and has been its art director ever since. He is also a part of the Il Terzo Suono ensemble.