When I play classical music, I feel fantastic,
but I cannot imagine my life without improvisation.
He can perform on stage as a soloist with a prominent European orchestra and excel in the great Mozart’s Concert for Clarinet and Orchestra, and the very next day he can attract audiences in some club with improvisations accompanied by his band. Critics consider him to be one of the most versatile clarinetists in the world.
He is committed to classical music, yet without prejudice to delve into ethno, jazz, and the Balkan music, which is due to his absolute sense of rhythm. The mixture of classical perfectionism, technical brilliance, and openness enables him to do cross-over, where he creatively fuses musical styles on the highest artistic level.
In his own compositions the Balkan soul meets with the European tradition through various musical styles and genres, which enthuse the festival visitors in Slovenia and Europe.
“When I play classical music, I feel fantastic, but I cannot imagine my life without improvisation,”
says Goran Bojčevski, the charismatic clarinet virtuoso from Macedonia, presently living and working in Slovenia.