Nada Kolundžija is an internationally renowned concert pianist. Ms. Kolundžija has given over 1000 concerts in Europe, Asia and America. She has won a number of national and international awards and recognitions. She has been a member of the Ensemble for Different New Music since its founding back in 1977.

For many years Branka Parlić has been a tireless advocate of New Music. Through her work as a pianist, piano teacher, lecturer and artistic director of the concert series New Ears for New Music, she has engaged diverse audiences throughout the Region and Europe with the music of our time. She has been a member of the Ensemble for Different New Music since its founding back in 1977.

Lidija Stanković received her BA degree in piano at the Music academy in Ljubljana and her master degree at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. She is the winner of numerous national and international awards (two October Awards, Emil Hajek Award, Presern Award) and also winner of international competitions in Senigalia and Stresa. She performed numerous recitals and played with the Belgrade, Zagreb and Slovenian Philharmonic, the Symphony orchestra of RTV Ljubljana, the Dubrovnik Festival Orchestra, the Orchestra of Brussels Television, the Chamber Orchestra of Novi Sad, The Belgrade String Orchestra Dusan Skovran, the Sting Orchestra St. George, and others, in Serbia and abroad (Italy, Belgium, Austria, France, Holland, Poland, Germany, Great Britain). The major part of her repertoire was recorded for radio and TV studios of the abovementioned countries. Her fertile artistic career has been fully realized in wide range of performances with outstanding European and Serbian artists, such as David Porcelijn, Ronald Zollmann, Wolfgang Redik, V. Šturc, P. Visanen, Aleksandar Madžar, Aneta Ilić, Bojan Suđić, and many others. Stanković’s enthusiasm, openness and inquisitiveness in performing European and Serbian contemporary music has made her one of the most influential interpreters of contemporary pianistic literature. She has been a member of the Ensemble for Different New Music since its founding back in 1977.

Dragoljub „Ilke“ Ilić is a Belgrade composer, arranger and keyboard player. He holds a degree in Composition and Orchestration from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Besides in Serbia and the former Yugoslavia, his works have been performed in Great Britain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, and the USA. He is a founding member of the Ensemble of Different New Music. His opus includes more than sixty works for solo instruments and almost a hundred music scores for film, theatre, and TV. He has also composed music for children. Ilić received numerous awards by the Composer Association of Serbia, Radio Belgrade and Belgrade spring and Mesam music festivals. His song In a Million Years was presented at Wembley stadium in 1985 at the famous Band Aid concert for people in Africa. His recent works are composed for the ADNM ensemble.
Orchestral works: Season of the Waves, Vista Duo for piano and orchestra (Mokranjac Award)
Chamber works: Al Fresco, Opleti for string quartet, Landscapes 3 for 4 pianos, Mindfields for 6 pianos.

Miroslav Miša Savić, is Belgrade born composer, graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 1979 under the class of prof. Vasilije Mokranjac. In addition to academic education, he attended courses in the field of modern and electro-acoustic music (Summer course of contemporary music in Darmstadt with György Ligeti, one-year course with training in the Electronic Studio of Radio Belgrade with Paul Pignon and Vladan Radovanovic). In the Student Cultural Center, as an editor, as an organizer of music events (concerts, festivals, workshops, performances and all other forms of presentation of new and contemporary music) he spent the most important part of his professional career and at the same time appeared as an author of music and multimedia works, video and performance art, works from the domain of film, ballet and theater music (Milutin Petrović's films, the play Trinidad, several dance projects for the troupe Mimart by Nela Antonović). In addition, he was the initiator and producer of ensembles for performing contemporary music (OPUS4, Ensemble for Different New Music, Disfilharmonija), publisher of all types of publications related to new music (records, cassettes, CDs, catalogs and books). He is a member of the Association of Fine Artists of Serbia (ULUS) and the Association of Composers of Serbia (UKS).

Nataša Penezić (DMA) holds an assistant professor position at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. She performs regularly both as a soloist and in chamber ensembles, focusing mostly on music of the 20th and 21st Century. She has been a member of the Ensemble for Different New Music since 2017.

Milena Petrovic was born in Belgrade where she received both primary and high school education in Mokranjac Music School. She graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade with the highest grade, studying under Professor Aleksandar Serdar. She has performed as a soloist and in different chamber ensembles in major music festivals, at the most important concert halls in Belgrade and region. As a chamber musician and piano accompanist, Milena has collaborated with leading musicians from Serbia. Since 2005 she has been actively working as a pedagogue and piano accompanist. She became a member of Ensemble of Different New Music in 2018.

Andrej Negic is a composer, arranger and keyboard player. He was born in 1993. in Valjevo, Serbia. He finished his Elementary and High School in Živorad Grbić school of music in Valjevo, after which he continues his musical education at New Academy of arts in Belgrade. During his studies of contemporary piano music, he expends his knowledge by subjects such as music production and composition, both of which remained in focus of his work. He became a member of the Ensemble for Different New Music in 2018. as a composer and keyboardist. His composition Tines, written for the Ensemble, was premiered at the concert at Museum of contemporary art in Belgrade in 2019. He is also a member of the band Bella & the Bartoks and a duo Mike Savage.