Nataša Prelević / M.Mus.
Founder and Executive Director of IAME, professor
Nataša Prelević, graduated from the Department of Music Pedagogy at the Cetinje Music Academy (Montenegro) in 2004, after which she finished her Masters studies at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome (Italy). She holds a Masters degree (Master of Music, M.Mus.) in the area of Music Styles Analysis of the 20th Century, 2011. In 2018, she completed her Specialist studies (Specialist Certificate of General Music Studies) in the Department of Writing and Producing Music at Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts (United States of America).
She is certified International Baccalaureate® PYP and MYP teacher and has attended the workshop - training for trainers for Diploma Programme - Music (IBDP-Music), in Berlin (Germany) 2015.
She published the book "Basic Theory of Music for Piano‟, Tivat in 2016 and 6 Workbooks for Music Theory, Podgorica 2018.
As a member of the expert commission, she participated in the development of the national curriculum for subject Solfeggio with Music Theory for elementary music schools in Montenegro, in 2018.
She has worked as a lecturer of theoretical subjects in primary and high music schools and as a piano teacher in primary music schools in Serbia and Montenegro since 2000.
She is the founder and Executive Director of the NGO International Association for Music Education (IAME) in Montenegro, which was established in 2019 with the purpose of improving music education in schools.
Jelena Vučetić / M.Mus.
Founder and Deputy Director IAME, professor
Jelena Vučetić / M. Mus. graduated from the Music Academy in Belgrade (Serbia) at the Department of Music Pedagogy in 2013, after which she completed a master's degree at the same faculty and received the title of Master of Music Pedagogy in 2014. In the same year she acquired the title of Master of Preschool Education at the Faculty of Pedagogy in Sombor in 2014. Later, In 2017, she acquired the title of Bachelor in Economics at Megatrend University in Valjevo.
In 2014, she published the paper “Differences in the music dictionaries of musicians and non-musicians” in the Proceedings of the Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts, Belgrade, 2014; In 2018, she participated as an associate in the preparation of the first and second workbook "Music Theory" by Nastasa Prelevic.
In 2018, she received the TEFL (teaching english as a foreign language) certificate, which enables the teaching of English language in any country in the world where English is not the mother tongue. She is certified IB PYP and MYP teacher, as well as PYP Coordinator.
She has worked as a music teacher in primary and secondary schools and as a professor of the theoretical group of subjects in music schools in Serbia from 2013 to 2018. In 2019-2020, she had been employed as an IB PYP and MYP teacher at KSIM (Knightsbridge Schools International Montenegro) and the Manager of Academic program at Montecids International Kindergarten in Montenegro.
She is the Deputy Director of the NGO International Association for Music Education in Montenegro, which was established in 2019 with the purpose of improvement of music education in schools.
Kaća Šćekić / M.Mus.
Coordinar and Professor
Kaća Šćekić, graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (Serbia) at the Department of Music Pedagogy in 2013, after witch she completed Masters studies at the same faculty, in 2014.
In 2016, she published the paper “Traditional music of Pastrovici in music education” in the Proceedings of the Music tradition of Budva and Pastrovici; She participated as an associate in the preparation of workbooks “Music Theory” by Natasa Prelevic. In 2018, she participated in the development od the national curriculum for subject Solfeggio with Music Theory for elementary music schools in Montenegro.
As a member of Academic choir Collegium musicum (2009 to 2014), she performed in some of the most famous music halls in Europe and United States of America, Kolarčeva zadužbina (Serbia), Great Hall of the Stiftung Mozarteum (Austria), Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi (Italia), Carnegie Hall (USA), Paine Hall in Harvard University (USA), etc.She has worked as Manager of music workshops at Red Cross Podgorica, in 2015; she has worked as music teacher in elementary school “Mirko Srzentic” in Petrovac; From 2017, she works as a professor of the theoretical group od subjects in music school “Vasa Pavic” in Podgorica.
Bubanja Aleksandar / MA
Bubanja Aleksandar, guitar professor, graduated and got his Masters Diploma from the Music Academy of the University of East Sarajevo in the class of prof. Goran Krivokapić. He has participated in many esteemed festivals and attended plenty of master lessons with world famous professors such as: Philipe Villa, Nikita Koskhin, Gerchard Reichenbach, Jan Irwing, Gaelle, Solal, Jose Luis Martinez, Srdjan Tosic, Srdjan Bulatovic, Zoran Anic, Vera Ogrizovic, etc
His Academic and teaching path is fulfilled with lots of solo concerts and participation in many cultural events, including Guitar Art Summer fest, Omis Guitar Art Fest, etc.
His teaching experience includes teaching students in Primary and Secondary Music schools in Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. His students have gained many prestigious awards over the years.
Love for his hometown brought him home and since then he has been working as a guitar professor at the Music School in Herceg Novi and the Music School "Vida Matjan" in Kotor.
Nevena Radojević / M.Mus.
Nevena Radojević, graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Vicenza (Italy) from the Department of Music Pedagogy in 2005, after which she completed her Masters studies at the University of Tor Vergata in Rome (Italy). She holds a Masters degree (Master of Music, M.Mus.) in the area of Music Styles Analysis of the 20th Century, 2011. At the University of Foreigners in Siena - Italy, she received a degree in Italian language level C2. She is about to complete her Specialist studies of "Applied" Music Program for composition at the Conservatory of Music in Verona (Italy).
In 2018, she wrote arrangements for Massimo Razzan's compositions that were a part of an anthology "Accordo di quarta" - emozioni profonde. In 2019, she was a runner-up at the International competition of composers in category IV held in Smederevo (Serbia) in 2020
Her 21 years teaching experiance in Italy includes a wide range of subjects, from Music and Solfeggio to teaching Accordion and conducting Orchestra. In 2008 she became an official translator of Italian-Serbian and Serbian-Italian language at the High Court in Verona.
Since 2015, she has been teaching Music at I.C “ Don Cesare scala”- Peri, Verona - Italija.
Bosiljka Kulišić Čavić / MA
Bosiljka Kulišić Čavić, graduated from the Department of Classical Music in the University of Arts (Bern) in 2011, after witch she obtained two Masters degree at HSLU (Lucerne), first in Performance - Accordion (2013) and the second one in Music Pedagogy - Accordion (2015), both under the tutelage of Anne-Marie Hölscher. In 2021, she finished NLP Masters and in 2022 became NLP Practitioner (IANLP association curriculum).
She has been the creator of different NLP workshops and courses: “Music and me”, “Creative teacher skills”, “5 key elements to successful teaching”. She published an anthology of compositions “Fantasy land” as well as a workbook “Self-discipline”. Throughout the years, she has performed as a solo performer, as well as a part of different ensembles, like Ensemble “Lunaire”, Lucerne Symphonic orchestra and many others. Her teaching experience includes teaching Accordion to students of all ages, as well as leading the chamber groups and orchestra in Montenegro, Vienna, Lucerne, Gstaad, etc.
Since 2019, she has been working as an Accordion teacher in the Music School in Herceg Novi (Montenegro).
Piano and theory professor
Vladimir Žutković, graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade at the Department of Music Pedagogy and graduated in Harmony with Harmonic Analysis.
He worked as a primary music teacher as well as a teacher of folk dance and traditional singing at the "Lujo Davičo" secondary ballet school. During this period, he was the artistic director of the CAS „Branko Radičević”.
He was employed as the Secretary of the Secretariat for Social Activities in the municipality of Herceg Novi from 2012 until 2015. During this period, he organised a large number of cultural and sports events and collaborations with the greatest artists from different fields.Vladimir has been the guest lecturer at many distinguished seminars throughout Europe.
Nevila Klakor, violin teacher, graduated from the Department of Instrumental Music at the Cetinje Music Academy (Montenegro) in 2002, under the tutelage of prof. Roman Simovic. During her studies, she conducted the Academy orchestra and performed and won many awards with various chamber ensembles.
In 2000 and 2001, she was a member of the International Orchestra in Bar and represented her country Albania. In 1997, she started a five-year collaboration with the Symphony orchestra of the Radio Television of Montenegro and in the same period began working as a violin teacher at the Music School in Tivat. Over the past decade, her students' work has been noticed, resulting in many prizes at national and international competitions
She is currently hired as the Conductor of the "Music Society" - Tivat.
Jelena Žutković / M.Mus.
Jelena Žutković, obtained her Master degree in two departments, Department of Music theory (2011) and the Department of Composition (2014) in the class of professor Srđan Hofman.
Her own compositions, "Bell" for flute, percussion and women's choir and "Five Paintings by Petar Lubarda '' for string quartet, were performed on many significant occasions. She attended Marko Nikodijević's electronic music course, as well as Ida Vujović's ICT course in music pedagogy.
Over the years, she has worked as a teacher in primary and secondary schools and as a professor of the theoretical group of subjects in Serbia and Montenegro.