“Artistic venues performed by very young artists offer a great deal of delight. Some of them can literally hold us in awe. Hence, one poses a question; where are the boundaries of their ability, especially, when their repertoire represents music played by accomplished artists.”
– Tone Žuraj (music critic)
Mak Mihevc was born in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 31 of March, 2003
2007 His passion for piano playing began to develop when he first sat behind the keyboard at the age of four.
2011 His first whole-evening recital at the age of nine included major works by Beethoven, Liszt and Chopin.
2013 On his 10th birthday, he played Mozart’s Piano Concerto, No. 12 in A-major under the conductor’s baton of Simon Krečič.
2013 He played at the winner’s recital in Carnegie Hall, New York, category piano concerto.
2015 Played Mozart’s Piano Concerto, No. 20 in d-minor, KV 466, with the Symphonic Orchestra Nova filharmonija under the baton of conductor Simon Perčič.
2015 He played Grieg Piano Concerto, conductor Matjaž Brežnik.
2016 For the second time he played at the winner’s recital in Carnegie Hall, New York, category piano concerto.
2016 He was invited to perform Grieg’s Piano Concerto with the Symphonic orchestra – Slovene National Theatre Maribor on the closing concert of Maribor Festival, conductor Günter Neuhold.
2017 At the 26th International Festival of Young Musicians in Lithuania he played Chopin’s Piano concerto no. 1 in e-minor with Kauno miesto simfoninis orkestras, conductor Ričardas Šumila.
2017 Played Richard Addinsell’s Warsaw concerto with OrkesterkamP Festival Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jan Miłosz Zarzycki.
His mentor Zoltan Peter is a renowned Slovenian pianist and author of the book about piano accompaniment.