Gordan Trajkovic is concertmaster of the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra and a sought after chamber musician.

He started his musical education at the Cuprija School for musically gifted children in Serbia and graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Music and Art with Prof. Ljubomir Mihailovic in 2003. 
Ever since he has played over 1000 concerts in more than 30 countries, working with artists such as Sir Colin Davis, Nicola Benedetti, Giuliano Carmignola, Olga Scheps, Per Giorgio Morandi, Andrew Manze, Julian Rachlin, David Takeno and Gordan Nikolic.
As a concertmaster he has played with the BBC Philharmonic, the City of BirminghamSymphony Orchestra, the Royal ScottishNational Orchestra and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (UK).
Since 2012 Gordan Trajkovic is concertmaster at the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra (Sweden).
Gordan has also worked as a principal with Mahler Chamber Orchestra (Germany), BandArt Orchestra (Spain), Orquestra Filarmonica de Minas Gerais (Brazil), Brussels Philharmonic (Belgium), Belgrade Philharmonic (Serbia) and Magogo Kamerorkest (Netherlands). 
He frequently participates at music festivals all over Europe (Proms, La Folle Journée de Nantes, Musica Strasbourg, Granada International Festival of Music and Dance, Belgrade Music Festival, Ohrid Summer) and dedicates most of his free time to playing chamber music. 
Gordan has participated in a variety of recording projects. Most recently he played the solo part of the premier recording of Konzertstück für Violine, written by Leopold Van der Pals, with Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Fredrik Burstedt. The CD was released 2020 on CPO and critically acclaimed by the international music press.
Gordan frequently tours Scandinavia with his Van der Pals Quartet. In 2021 they will  release their first CD.

Gordan is also passionate about teaching. He used to teach violin and chamber music classes at the renowned Cuprija School for musically gifted children in Serbia and gave his last Master Class there in 2019.

“Gordan TrajkoviC  soars to heavenly heights” - the guardian


Gordan talks to Nana Eshelman Håkansson from  Helsingborgs Dagblad about his long journey to Sweden and the devastating impact of the pandemy on the global cultural sector.
/Picture by 
Sven-Erik Svensson