Nikola Avramovic


Considered as one of Serbia’s finest pianists, Nikola Avramovic is a sought-after performer. He is the recipient of the prestigious Benjamin Britten Piano Fellowship at the Royal College  of Music in London(for 2017/2018) which is supported by the Philip Loubser Foundation. As part of this scholarship, Nikola has recorded an album for Genuin Record Label in Germany, which was released on 6th of March 2020.

He is a graduate of both the Belgrade Academy of Arts and London’s Royal College
of Music, having studied and worked in masterclasses with pianists including
Ninoslav Zivkovic, Ian Jones, Ashley Wass, Eliso Virsaladze, Wei-Yi Yang,
Aleksandar Madzar and Janina Fialkowska.
Nikola has been the recipient of many scholarships and awards. He was the First
Prize winner at the EPTA Competition and the Serbia Republic Competition. He was
also granted the Yamaha scholarship, Second Prize winner at the Joan Chissell
Schumann Piano Competition at the RCM.
During his studying at the Belgrade Academy of Music, he got two prestigious
awards: award for the most talented student at the Piano department from the fund
Olga Mihajlovic and award for the most promising pianist from the fund, Emil Hajek.

Nikola has given numerous recitals at prestigious festivals in Serbia, the UK,
Estonia, Russia, 
Portugal, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Macedonia, the Czech Republic, China and in
venues such as the Wigmore Hall, St.John Smith Square, Steinway Hall in London,
Wesley Chapel in Harrogate, Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade, Concert Hall of the
House of Parliament in Serbia and many others.
He is actively giving masterclasses in Europe and Asia and was the
Jury member at the Steinway Piano Competition in Changsha(China), 2019.
Avramovic has performed in many chamber combinations, as well as with singers.
One of the biggest achievements in this field was working and performing with the
cellist Julian Lloyd Webber (the UK), within Harrogate International Festival.
In 2019, he did several concerts in China with the 5 Piano Men group.

As a soloist, he has performed with renowned orchestras such as the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, Royal College of Music Big Band, Trinity Orchestra of Harrow, Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, City of Southampton Orchestra. Nikola has recorded for Radio Belgrade and has appeared regularly on the Serbian National  Television.