The Success Road From Stefan Naerac

Life of Stefan Naerac

The Interesting Story Stefan Naerac

Stefan Naerac is a musician born in the 92’s from Belgrade, Serbia. He started loving the piano as a kid and he continued touching the piano as there was no tomorrow, music means everything to him, because he knows it’s the way to get to other’s people hearts and their deepest feelings.

In an instant in his life, his life gave a turnaround in 360 grades. He suddenly decided to change the piano studies in the department in the high school for the accordion.

He always knew he doesn’t need anybody’s approbation to do what he loves the most, but still, he decided to go for it and apply to this department, because he knows mentoring it’s important apart from being a self-talented musician.

Some years later he was enrolled in the Ethnomusicology department on Faculty Music, and you cannot guess what happened this time… he decided to become a compositor and learn everything about the musical language! lately, this will become not only his passion but also his full-time job, he finds there a way to inspire people and teach them what he knows can change some people’s lives and the way they see the world.

And… yeah, there’s another and!

And If that was not enough, he also played on some popular bands and Tv shows the accordion, the piano, and also the damn tricky keyboard!

The Road To Success

In fact, the reason he decided to study music is that he believes music is another sign of language, and that’s why one of the things he loves doing the most is teaching children at college and in high school.

Stefan Naerac gives a piece of advice to future generations:

“Always continue growing and learn every day something new”.

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