Rade Radivojević (1949) kompozitor, aranžer, producent, muzičar instrument- alista. Diplomirao na Muzičkoj akademiji u Beogradu 1974. godine. Njegov autor- ski rad, od 1968. godine do danas, zabeležen je na preko 300 nosača zvuka, tr- ajnih radio snimaka, ogroman broj TV emisija. Objavio je tri autorska CD-a. Čet- vrti (trostruki) je u pripremi i izlazi u toku 2008. godine.


Pobednik festivala Beogradsko proleće (1994 i 1998), Zlatno zvonce, Novi Sad (1993), Beogradski šlager (1994), MESAM (1995), Interfest Bitola (1995), Pje- sma Mediterana, Budva (1997), Zlatni Orfej, Bugarska (1997), Evrofest, Skopje (1998), Festival vojničkih pe- sama (1998 i 2000), Pop festival Banja Luka (2000 i 2002). Predstavnik Jugoslavije i Srbije na festivalima u Rusiji, Belorusiji, Bugarskoj, Ukrajini, Makedoniji, Bosni i Hercegovini, Crnoj Gori i Grčkoj.


Godine 1992. kao pobednik Jugovizije, bio je predstavnik Jugoslavije na PESMI EVROVIZIJE u Malmeu (Švedska) sa pesmom "Ljubim te pesmama".


Godine 1994. proglašen za Kompozitora godine u Jugoslaviji.


Kompozicije i aranžmani Radeta Radivojevića snimljeni su i izvode se u Nemačkoj, Finskoj, Francuskoj, ze- mljama Beneluxa, Rusiji, Bugarskoj, Makedoniji, Ukrajini, Belorusiji i Austriji.


Piše muziku za televizijske serije, drame, film i pozorište.


Muzički je urednik Televizije Beograd.







Rade Radivojević (1949) is a Serbian composer, arranger, producer and key- board player. He graduated from the Academy of Music in Belgrade in 1974. His professional career, which started in 1968, can be found on over 300 records, CDs, Radio Belgrade archive recordings and numerous TV programs. He has three CD releases under his own name, while the career retrospective triple CD is scheduled for release in May 2008, to celebrate 40 years of his professional work.


Festival Awards: Belgrade Spring (1994; 1998); Golden Bell of Novi Sad (1993); Belgrade Evergreen (1994); MESAM (1995); Interfest Bitola (1995); Mediterra- nean Song Budva (1997); Golden Orpheus Bulgaria (1997); Evrofest Skopje (1998); Festival of Military Songs (1998; 2000); Pop Festival Banja Luka (2000; 2002).


As a composer of performing artist Rade Radivojević has represented Yugosla- via and Serbia in Russia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Macedonia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Montenegro and Greece. In 1992 Rade Radivojević's composition "I Kiss You Through Songs" sung by artist Extra Nena was Yugoslavia's entry to the Eurovision song contest in Malme, Sweden.


In 1994 Rade Radivojević was named "Composer of the Year" in FR Yugoslavia by the jury of MESAM festi- val and readers of TV Novosti.


Compositions and arrangements by Rade Radivojević have been recorded, preformed and broadcasted in Germany, Finland, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Russia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Ukraine, Be- larus and Austria.


He also composes music soundtracks for TV series, movies and theatre.


Rade Radivojević works as Editor/Producer of Musical programs with TV Belgrade.