Matija Udovič, violin,
Peter Kaiser, cello

Matija Udovič


Matija Udovič (1990) began his musical career as a violinist at the Tartini Music Studio with Prof. Vildana Repše and later with Prof. Vlad Repšet. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana in the class of Prof. Vasili Meljnikov, from which he graduated in 2015 with a Master’s degree with distinction. During and after his studies he continued to study with various renowned domestic and foreign teachers (D. Rowland, O. Shourgot, M. Marseglia, V. Meljnikov, J. Podlesek), collaborated with numerous professional and semi-professional orchestras (SNG Opera and Ballet Maribor, SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, Young Ljubljana Soloists, SFK Symphony Orchestra, NOVA Philharmonic from Nova Gorica and others), played in various chamber ensembles and taught at public and private music schools (Music School Domžale, Tartini Music Atelier). He sees the importance of classical music as training in disciplined work, preservation and dissemination of aesthetic culture and mutual cooperation.

Peter Kaiser


Peter Kaiser is a regular guest on concert stages in his homeland Slovenia. After successfully finishing his studies, in 2020 he completed his master’s degree in the class of prof. Igor Škerjanc in Ljubljana. He often collaborates with Egon Mihajlović at concerts of Early Music, in the symphony orchestra of Slovenian national radio and television, and the orchestra of the Slovenian Philharmonic. Under the direction of conductor Andreja Šolar, he performed a double concert by D. Maslanka for cello and flute with the orchestra of the Slovenian Army. He is undertaking master classes with domestic and foreign mentors, such as Alban Gerhardt, Philipe Muller, Denis Shapovalov, Torleif Thedéen, Johannes Moser, Reinhard Latzko, etc. He performed as part of a cycle of solo recitals organized by the Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana, at Ljubljana Festival, Lent Festival, Bled Festival, and at the Nei Suoni Dei Luoghi Festival in Italy. He is the winner of several domestic and international competitions, both solo and with various chamber ensembles.


  • Johann Sebastian Bach

  • Giuseppe Tartini

  • Reinhold Glière

  • Jean-Baptiste Bréval