Bojana Dimković leads an active career as a concert pianist, harpsichordist and chamber musician. She holds a position as Assistant Professor of Chamber music at University of Niš Faculty of Arts and is in great demand as a chamber music and ensemble partner.
Concert engagements include performances in the UK, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Italy, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Norway and Island. She has performed at Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Buckingham Palace, Cheltenham Festival, Oxford Lieder Festival and is a regular guest at all major festivals in Serbia.
As a soloist Bojana appeared with Die Kölner Academy, Radio Television Serbia Symphony Orchestra, St. George Strings and New Trinity Baroque. As a chamber musician and continuo player she regularly collaborates with St. George Strings, ensemble Musica Antiqua Neoplantensis, New Trinity Baroque, Ensemble Renesans and Sasha Mirkovic & Ensemble Metamorphosis. She is frequently invited as staff accompanist and mentor for masterclasses within the Belgrade Baroque Academy the Austria Baroque Academy.
As an active promoter of new and neglected repertoire, Bojana is a founding member of the Szumanski/Dimkovic duo with baritone Krzysztof Szumanski. Their recording of Sergei Bortkiewicz’s complete song cycles (Orphée Classics) is the first of its kind and has been met with great critical acclaim when it appeared. Furthermore, in the past few years she has been involved in world premieres of over thirty works of living composers. Many of them were dedicated to the cellist Djordje Milošević and pianist Bojana Dimković, an active duo whose activity is predominantly based on promoting the works of Serbian composers.
Bojana is a previous holder of the Henry Richardson Award (Musicians’ Benevolent Fund), a Wall Trust scholar, winner of the Petar Konjović competition and finalist of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and Royal Overseas League in the category collaborative pianist. She holds degrees in Music from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (piano and harpsichord) and a Doctoral degree from the University of Arts in Belgrade.