Violin artist Zazanko Zazdanovic is celebrating his 60th birthday.
The young violinist’s wife, Zazadi, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Zazidze will be playing at the first concert in Atlanta’s historic Magnolia Park in July.
“I am very happy and very excited to be able to do this,” Zazidi said in a statement.
Zazadinovic, whose parents were from the Caucasus, was born in Bosnia and moved to the U.S. when he was two. “
In addition, I am also grateful to my family for the wonderful memories they have shared with me.”
Zazadinovic, whose parents were from the Caucasus, was born in Bosnia and moved to the U.S. when he was two.
He began performing at the age of 12 and began studying the violin as a young man.
He has played in several orchestras, including the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and is a member of the Stuttgart Symphony Orchestra.
Zazinovic, who also is a violinist, has written several pieces for classical music.
He was recently inducted into the Music Hall of Fame.
The Magnolia park concert is a major milestone for Zazadanovic, a native of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who will be the first to play his own violin solo in Atlanta.
“It’s a privilege to perform here in the historic Magnolias Park,” Zazaadzi said in the statement.
Zazaadanovic was born into a wealthy family, and he has a long history of making the music business a priority.
In 2009, he was awarded a contract by the European Parliament, the European Commission and the European Union, according to the Associated Press.
In 2014, Zazaadinovic won the European Music Award for his work in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg, where he has played with the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra since 2013.
In the late 1990s, Zazaradzis music career took a turn for the worse when his father, Zrazidze, was sentenced to death for murder and corruption charges.
Zizadze was later pardoned and eventually became a father figure to Zazagadze’s three children.