Mak Muni Mihevc

“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)

Playing at the winner’s recital in Carnegie Hall, New York, 2013

Mak Muni Mihevc, born in 2003, began playing the piano at four; with Andreja Kosmač as his first piano teacher. He has since received/won the first prize at seven international competitions and the third place in the senior category once – these numerous successes were achieved under the mentorship of prof. Zoltan Peter. Mak has performed numerous recitals, both at home in Slovenia and abroad, featuring the works of Mozart, Grieg, Chopin and Addinsell as well as Beethoven, Liszt and Chopin. The latter three were featured at his first recital at the age of ten. During his time he has performed under the guidance of conductors Simon Krečič, Simon Perčič, Matjaž Brežnik, Ričardas Šumila, Günter Neuhold and Jan Miłosz Zarzycky. He has also performed concertos with the SNG Maribor orchestra (as the closing concert of the Maribor Festival), in Litva with the Kaunas Symphony Orchestra and twice at New York’s Carnegie Hall winner’s recitals.
Mak is currently studying in Zagreb under the tutelage of renowned pianist, prof. Lovro Pogorelić.

Past events


Thursday, August 25 at 20:30
Mestni muzej (City Museum) Ljubljana

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