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Nihad Hrustanbegovic

Nihad Hrustanbegovic is the Bosnian/Dutch composer, concert accordion artist and pianist. During the music education in Bosnia and Herzegovina Nihad Hrustanbegovic won the first price at the Bosnian and ex YU music competition in 1991 as the soloist and the first price with the chamber orchestra in 1990. In September of 1995 Nihad Hrustanbegovic continued music education in Kingdom of Netherlands at ArtEZ in Arnhem where he received the degree Bachelor in 2000 and in 2002 degree Master of Music with Cum Laude. Nihad Hrustanbegovic made since 2007 5 solo albums: 1th ‘The Best of Concert Accordion’ , presented in Dutch TV Show De wereld Draait door"; 2th ‘Opus 7 The Cross over’ presented in Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam which received the quote in Dutch News Paper Trouw: “What Pablo Casals did for emancipation of the cello, and Astor Piazzola of the bandoneon is Nihad Hrustanbegovic doing for accordion


Pianist Nihad Hrustanbegović Releases Two Solo Albums -- "Sevdah For Petronella" and "Black Orpheus"

Pianist Nihad Hrustanbegović Releases Two Solo Albums -- "Sevdah For Petronella" and "Black Orpheus"

On the 10th of September 2013, the Dutch/Bosnian composer and concert artist Nihad Hrustanbegović from Amsterdam released on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Facebook two new albums: “Sevdah for Petronella” piano solo and “Black Orpheus” accordion solo. “Sevdah for Petronella” and “Black Orpheus” are recorded in “Pavarotti Music Centre” in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. For the first ...

Black Orpheus

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1973


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