The Serbian pianist, Miroslav Misha Dacic, was born into a family with a musical tradition, and first became established in the public eye when at age 11 he performed Haydn’s D major concerto under noted Yugoslav conductor Mladen Jagusht. By this time he had already decided to dedicate his life to piano, and was enrolled in the class of J. Kerkovitch at the Nish elementary music school. He completed only his first two years of music secondary school under the tutelage of D. Atchimovitch before enrolling in 1994 in the class of Professor Kemal Gekich at the Art Academy of the University of Novi Sad, where he also worked extensively with Alan Fraser.
Misha and Luis continue working on the Chopin's concerto
Misha in Recital - wonderful live performances. Rachmaninov, Chopin, Liszt, Scarlatti
Misha is working on a concerto with Luis.