"Boris Bizjak's performance was a triumph. His technique completely transcended the barriers that the instrument puts in the way of a performer."
Jure Dobovišek, Dnevnik
Boris Bizjak has established himself as one of the most versatile flautists. Next to repertoire for modern flute, his passion for improvisation and baroque has lead him to master the art on a period instrument.
Boris has appeared as a soloist with orchestras in UK, Japan, Serbia and Slovenia. Most recently with the Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic under Dmitry Sitkovetsky, City of London Chamber Orchestra under Michael Gammie, London Euphonia Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of the National Theatre Maribor under Milivoj Šurbek, Solisti Divini and the London Brandenburg Soloists.
He has performed in Slovenia, UK, USA, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Cyprus, Croatia, Serbia, The Netherlands, Japan and China in halls such as the Beijing Concert Hall, Konzerthaus Berlin, Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, Slovenian Philharmonic Hall, Gallus Hall in Cankarjev Dom, St John Smith Square and St Martin-in-the-fields.
“Bizjak is distinguished by his musicality, captivating performance and modern and ample perception of concert appearance and stage presence.”
Marjan Zlobec, Delo
Boris graduated from the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris "Alfred Cortot", where he obtained the "Diplôme Supérieur de Concertiste" guided by renowned French flautist Pierre Yves Artaud. Boris is a winner of international and national flute competitions. His prizes include the 1st prize of the International Flute Competition in Picardie (France), three times the 1st prize of the Slovenian National Flute Competition and twice the 2nd prize of the Slovenian National Chamber Music Competition.
His CD release “Music for two Flutes and Piano” features a world premiere recording of Duet in C minor by Johannes Frederik Frohlich and a new arrangement for two flutes of W. A. Mozart's Sonata for two pianos in D Major K. 448 / 375a.
As a founder of Hedone Records; in 2016 he has been awarded a Silver Medal at the Global Music Awards for sound engineering of the CD by violinist Lana Trotovšek and pianist Maria Canyigueral.
Since 2014 he is the artistic director of the Blackheath International Chamber Music Festival.