Gorjana Stojanovska
Gorjana Stojanovska was born on 11 December 1994 in Bitola, Macedonia. She graduated form
the Secondary Music School in the class of Dr Tatyana Bozinovska. At the Faculty of Music in
Skopje, she studied under Prof. Boris Romanov and graduated in the class of Prof. Marija
Gjoshevska, PhD.
She has won awarads and special awards at the state competitions on a regular basis.

Amongst the most important international competitions in which she has partcipated are the
following: the international piano competition Davorin Jenko in Belgrade where she won the
Third Prize in 2008; the international piano competition Ohrid Pearls in Ohrid, Macedonia,
where she won a Special Prize in 2008, a Second Prize in 2012 and a Third Prize in 2010; an
international competition Ars Kosova in Prishtina, Kosovo, where she won the Special Prize with
the maximum of 100 points in 2010; an international competition in chamber music in
Kavadarci, Macedonia, where she was the laureat and won the Special Prize with the maximum
of 100 points in 2011.
She has held many solo concerts and in 2011 and 2014 she performed as a soloist with the
Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 2008 she participated in the piano festival organized by EPTA.
She has participated in the master classes held by Boris Romanov, Yuri Kot and Andrei Diev.