Zorica Kojić

Zorica Kojić graduated piano from Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of prof. Mirjana Šuica-Babić. Since 1990, she regularly publishes music reviews, essays and interviews with musical artists in the daily and periodical press, on portals, radio and television (Studio B, Večernje novosti, Borba, Naša Borba, Danas, Novi Magazin, City Magazine, Radio Television of Serbia, Vreme, Nova.rs – more than 2.000 articles in total, so far).
She was the music program selector of City Hall of Belgrade established Belgrade Summer Festival (BELEF) in 2005 and 2006, when Tinariwen, Laurie Anderson, Eric Burdon and others performed. She is the co-author of two exclusive photo exhibitions realized during 2019: “Jazz in Belgrade” in cooperation with JP “Beogradska Tvrđava” and “Objectively: A Celebration of Jazz Photography” in cooperation with Dom omladine Beograda Cultural Center. Together with Dragan Ambrozić, she is the author of the notable photo exhibition “New Wave in Belgrade – Package Deal (1981 – 2021)”, placed on the Plateau in front of the Art Pavilion “Cvijeta Zuzorić” in the Kalemegdan park in Belgrade, during April – July 2021, as well as the exhibition “Fast, Faster and the Fastest Bands of the Nineties!” on the same location, installed during April – July 2022.
As an associate screenwriter and journalist-interviewer, she participated in the creation of the film “Now You See It Is Possible”, about the first 40 years of the the seminal Belgrade based rock’n’roll band Električni orgazam, produced by RTS.
With Dragan Ambrozić, she is the author of extremely successful current photo exhibition “Koja – I Have Colorful Eyes”, set up on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the release of the debut album of the band Disciplina Kičme “I Like When You Feel Uncomfortable” (1983), and as a debt to a great artist Dušan Kojić “Koja”, for his magnificent contribution to the music and culture of the city of Belgrade, the region of ex-Yugoslavia and Europe.