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Aleksandar Simic (composer)

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Name  Aleksandar Simic

Role  Composer
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Aleksandar Simić (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар Симић, [alɛ̌ksaːndar sǐːmitɕ]; born January 22, 1973 in Belgrade, Serbia) is a Serbian composer.

He is the composer of Portrait of Marshal Zhukov, commemorating 50 years of victory over fascism, and he composed the anthem for Belgrade's 2009 University Games. A program of music commissioned from Simić by the United Nations in Serbia was performed at a 2011 concert in Belgrade to commemorate the UN's 66th anniversary. The Vatican commissioned a mass from Simić that commemorated the 950 years of the East-West Schism, and he composed a tango accompaniment for a contestant in the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships in Los Angeles.


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