He has given masterclasses at the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, Cambridge University, Royal Holloway University of London and Toronto University.
Bozidar also sits as an external examiner and adjudicator for final recitals, exams and prizes at the Royal Academy of Music.
His students have won numerous prizes, scholarships and competitions at both national and international level.
I began studying with Bozidar Vukotic when I was 15 years old just as I had started a new chapter in my musical journey at the Junior Royal Academy of Music. It was clear from the very beginning that we were going to explore all repertoire and what the meaning and importance the music itself was.
During my time with Bozidar Vukotic I have been fortunate to have won 5 international competitions as well being awarded the Sir Elton John Scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music. In the 5 years that I studied with Mr Vukotic I have also been invited to make my debut in international concert halls such as: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Centre, Musikverein Vienna, Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall.
Jayden Lamcellari at Carnegie Hall
Bozidar has broadened and expanded my knowledge of music and performance itself. He has been a mentor to me in music and life outside music and I know I would not have gotten this far without his support and mentoring.
It is the highest honour and privilege to say that I have studied with Bozidar Vukotic.
~ Jayden Lamcellari
During my studies with Bozidar Vukotic, he has always been encouraging, motivational, thoughtful, kind, patient, understanding and supportive. He has inspired me in many ways that have made the cello more enjoyable.
I have gained great achievements while studying with Boz, including winning the gold award in 3rd New Talent British International Youth Music Competition for my Ligeti solo sonata. I also had the opportunity to perform the Dvorak Cello Concerto as a finalist in the Senior Concerto Competition at the Purcell School.
Boz has shown me world-class skills and knowledge of a wide range of repertoire, including contemporary and, of course, chamber music. We worked on two movements of ‘Katharsis’ written by Cheryl Frances-Hoad. I performed them with The Purcell School Contemporary Ensemble at Cadogan Hall. His experiences with the Tippett Quartet have made me an enthusiastic chamber musician. My sixth form quartet performed the Shostakovich String Quartet No.8 at Princess Alexander Hall at Royal Overseas League.
After two years under Boz's tutelage, I am currently studying at The Royal Academy of Music on a scholarship.