MAJA FLEISCHMAN, née REPŠE
From the very beginning to this day, with respect and pride, I followed the development and growth of the school and helped in the creation of the school image through various roles.
I cannot imagine that I would do anything else.
Attending music school was considered a must.
They heartily directed me to a noble profession, written under my skin.
Everything finally came out almost perfectly, without errors, but sometimes, it was and still is so difficult that it seems like an error occured.
We play what we are.
My croissant, inspiration and chamber music.
Actually, it is a lot more than a memory of socialising and having fun.
Nothing spoiled our childishness and the love for music.
I can always rely on music as a constant in my life.
Today, I live from music.
Much more remained than a beautiful memory.
I listen to music very often, and since the day of attending the music school, I developed better listening skills, a growing need for music and the ability to recognise and to appreciate the effort that musicians bring into their recordings and performances.
I'm happy that I chose double bass.
Maybe it's time again for the violin.
It's a great feeling to be a part of the symphonic sound.
Together with wonderful music, the school has become anchored in the hearts of many.
When I think about how music enriched my life, I am overwhelmed by joy and happiness.
Whichever way my life turned, the art has always followed me.
I studied with two teachers, both being my great role models and thanks to whom I chose music for a career.
From each room a beam of light was coming under the door, and the sound of various melodies has been spilled.
KLAVDIJA JARC BEZLAJ
With excitement, I noticed how new insights are awakened by drawing them deeper in the topics discussed, which are then perfectly used in the classroom.
With everything beautiful that happened, I always knew that under the wing of the Tartini Music Studio, one cannot really deal with music in half.
A miracle happened in only one year ...
Although the teachers really took good care of us, we still had a lot of freedom between different activities and we enjoyed spending time together.
I remember the candies in the classroom and preparations for the competition when I could skip the school.
META PETERLE CENCELJ
Only when I think of all the things that they have taught us!
The restless spirit still makes me explore new ways, new musical genres and the power of music in healing.
I have learned that one cannot get far without constant practice and perseverance in the music profession.
I made my friendship with the piano immortal.
Over time, I realised that music means a lot to me and that it would be difficult for me to study anything else.
Selflessly and with enthusiasm they shared valuable knowledge and experience gained over years to new generations of violin teachers.
They demanded a lot and remained patient. It all led to progress.
They knew how to bring the best and the most beautiful out of me.
MARTA RANNVEIG ŠARC
Although I was very young, everything I learned there has profoundly influenced me and my future.
There we have sincere friendships which we cultivated until today.
I have gained experiences and tips for life, awareness of what is right and what is not.
The atmosphere at the school was unique - I realised that I was there because I wanted it so.
If I have to decide again, I would have decided the same.
There was a much more pleasant relationship between us than the normal student-teacher relationship.
I learned discipline, perseverance and patience.
I began to listen to everything around me, in playing I began to feel and breathe together with others.
ZALA LINEA RUTAR
Thank you Tartini…