Amela Frljučkić is an accordionist born in Podgorica (Montenegro).
In 2017, at the Music Academy in Sarajevo Amela was awarded a Master’s of Music Arts – Accordion.
She earned ERASMUS+ and CMEPIUS scholarships and spent the first semester of her Master’s Degree at “Conservatorio di Musica G. Tartini” (Italy) and the second semester at “The Music Academy in Ljubljana“ (Slovenia).
For excellent results during her studies she was awarded with the special University of Sarajevo plaque „Golden badge“.
Amela is focused on popularizing of accordion like artistic instrument, and especially on popularizating contemporary music on the accordion. Because of this in 2019. she represented her solo project Virtuosity of accordion which is based on performing music of XX and XXI century.
In 2019. she played solistic concerts in Montenegro in Cultural center 'Budo Tomović' in Podgorica, Modern galery 'Jovo Ivanović' in Budva and Festival 'Zavičajne staze' in Petnjica.
For this project composer Slobodanka-Bobana Dabović wrote solo piece The Tree of Hope which is the first solo composition ever written by a female composer from Montenegro.
So far, Amela had the chance to perform in different festivals, competitions, master classes in Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Croatia.
At the moment she is working on the project of accordion-piano duo „Instrumental Story“ which perform and make arrangements of traditional and classical music. They also perform own music.
Instrumental story also performed on Austrian ball in Vijećnica (Sarajevo) in june 2019.
She had her debut concert in november 2018. at the Museum of the Contemporary arts 'Ars Aevi' in Sarajevo.
Amela ofthen has media appearences through which she promotes accordion and art.
As a high school student, Amela began competing in classical accordion as a soloist and a chamber music performer, and by the end of the music academy, she won prizes (I, II, or III) in competitions like: “Akordeon Art” (Bosnia and Herzegovina), “Svirel” (Slovenia), “DocMusiContest” (Italy), “Zvezdane staze” (Serbia), “Festival of Montenegro Young Musicians“, among others.
In April 2016, the Municipality of Rožaje (Montenegro) awarded her recognition for her contribution to the development of the musical culture there.
Amela started to play the accordion at the age of nine, and took her first steps in the music world under Prof. Omer Đurđević. She finished High school for music talents “Andre Navarra” under supervision of Prof. Saša Marković where she graduated as “Student of generation” and gained special State student prize “Luča”.
Next to these teachers during her studies she also learned from Belma Šarančić- Nahodović, Borut Zagoranski, Corrado Rojac, Mirjana Savić, Geir Draugsvoll, Luka Juhart among others.
In 2018. Amela gained a Bachelor Degree at Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). At the moment she is doing her second master degree at Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo at the department for the State management.