Pianist Marko Stuparevic has appeared in over 500 concerts and festivals over USA, Israel, France, Serbia, Iceland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Slovakia as solo performer and chamber musician. He has performed as soloist with Connecticut Valley Symphony Orchestra, Razgrad Philharmonic, Symphony Orchestra of the Army House of Serbia, National Symphony of Bulgaria and Foot in the Door Ensemble.
As a member of Prometheus Duo with saxophonist Joseph Abad, Mr. Stuparevic performed more than 40 recitals since its founding in 2016, performing in USA North-East and Iceland, premiering new music and traditional chamber repertoire. The Duo was granted with artist-in residency at the Avaloch Farm Music Institute in 2016 and 2017. Duo’s recording of “Icarus” by Ryan Jesperson was published by Parma Recordings on the CD compilation - “Spectra Vol.2” in 2018.
Beside many notable solo recitals in USA and abroad, performance in Carnegie Weill Hall and many other important venues, as a chamber musician mr Stuparevic performed with world-renewed double bassist Robert Black in the Jewish Museum in NYC, as a member of 20/20 Chamber Honors Program, Vagus Trio, HICO, Foot in the Door Ensemble, with Dahlia Flute Duo, Celesti Sondato and 016 Ensemble. Festival appearances include Siglufjordur Folk Music Festival (Iceland), Women Music Festival (CT), New Music Festival (CT), Tel-Hai Festival (Israel) and LaMama Moves Festival (NYC) with the principal “Martha Graham” dancer Miki Orihara.
In the Fall of 2016 Mr Stuparevic programmed the Hill-Stead Museum’s Grand Tour Series. Performing music from 1880’s on four recitals with celebrated soprano Maureen O’Flynn, cellist Kayla Herrmann and soprano Lydia McClain.
Mr. Stuparevic is head of the piano department at Silver Music in New York City, piano faculty at JCC Thurnauer School of Music and teaching faculty of “Arts Ahimsa” chamber music festival in Lenox, Massachusetts. In 2017 he was teaching in “Ameropa Festival” in Prague, Czech Republic and working as a teaching fellow at University of Hartford (Hartt School of Music) from 2013-2016.
Mr. Stuparevic is currently pursuing his Doctoral degree (DMA) at The Hartt School of Music, studying under praised American pianist Dr Paul Rutman. Mr Stuparevic holds Master of Music degree from The Hartt School of Music and Bachelor Degree from University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia studying under professor Jokut Mihailovic. Other teachers include: Anne Koscielny, Philip Kawin, Patrick Zygmanowsky, Garrick Ohlsson, Coline Stone, Arbo Valdma, Tijana Humo Rajevac, Hristina Vukovic, Bozena Griner and many others.
Mr. Stuparevic lives in New York City with his wife, cellist Kayla Herrmann.