Musician and educator whose training involved mentoring from notables such as Sergei Dorensky and Michel Dalberto.
He graduated from Belgrade's the University of Arts Faculty of Music in 1999 as an undergraduate and as a postgraduate in 2005.
He received the Emil Hajek Award for most talented young pianist and an award from the Olga Jovanović Fund for most prospective young pianist.
He was born in Niš, Serbia, which was the largest city of southern Serbia and one of Europe's oldest cities.
He was contemporaries with fellow Serbian-born pianist and educator Marija Gluvakov.