Dušan Toroman was born in Čačak(Serbia), where he started learning the piano at the age of ten.
He then moved to Zemun to study with Zlata Maleš at the “Kosta Manojlović” school of music,
winning first prizes at many piano competitions: “Città di Gorizia”, “Petar Konjović”,
Serbian National Piano Competition, EPTA Competition dedicated to the works of Ludwig van
After graduating with highest marks from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, an interest in historic
keyboard instruments brought him to Italy, where he obtained a diploma in fortepiano at the
Accademia “Incontri col Maestro” in Imola under the guidance of Stefano Fiuzzi.
He is currently studying harpsichord with Emilia Fadini and Maria Luisa Baldassari, while attending
masterclasses by musicians such as Ottavio Dantone, Sergio Ciomei, Malcolm Bilson, Ketil Haugsand,
Egon Mihajlović, Lidija Bizjak, Sigiswald Kuijken…
Winner of the International Music Tournament in Paris and of the international harpsichord competition
“Wanda Landowska”(Italy), he was also awarded a prize for the best interpretation of Italian music by
the jury of the “Gianni Gambi” competition in Pesaro.
As a soloist and chamber musician, he has performed in Serbia(Belgrade, Kragujevac, Novi Sad), Italy(Milan, Bologna, Florence…), France, Hungary and Slovenia. He is a member of “Arbor Dianae”, an ensemble that performs XVIII century music on authentic instruments.
Due to his longstanding interest in vocal music, he has worked extensively as a piano accompanist and currently holds a place at the singing department of the Faculty of Arts in Kragujevac.
Dušan Toroman is in the team of the Young Artists of the Accademia Europea Villa Bossi in Bodio Lomnago – Varese, Italy.