Dr. Sinisa Ciric is the concertmaster of Savannah Philharmonic, Gwinnett Ballet Orchestra, and a former concertmaster of New Atlanta Philharmonic, Jackson Symphony and Rome Symphony. He appeared as a soloist with Savannah Philharmonic, Rome Symphony Orchestra, Georgia Philharmonic as well as LaGrange Symphony and Bach Festival Orchestra and many other regional orchestras in USA.

Dr. Ciric is a founding member of Balkan Quartet with whom he performed in many concerts promoting rich musical heritage of his native Serbia and countries of Balkan Peninsula. Performances took quartet to Piccolo Spoleto Festival and Kennedy Center in Washington, DC among others, as well as to many colleges and universities across Southeast. Their concerts were also broadcast on NPR and streamed live on internet. Balkan Quartet recently released their first CD that includes pieces written specifically for them as well as Sinisa’s arrangements of several traditional melodies from Eastern Europe.

Dr. Sinisa Ciric received his undergraduate degree from the Academy of Arts, University of Novi Sad (Serbia), masters and doctoral degree in violin and viola performance at University of Georgia in Athens where he studied with distinguished professors Levon Ambartsumian and Mark Neumann.

Dr. Ciric is Artist Affiliate with Emory University and had taught violin, viola and chamber music at Oxford College of Emory University. He also held a position of Violin and Viola Instructor at Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta GA.

Since January of 2016, Mr. Ciric is Director of Strings Conservatory Program at Savannah Classical Academy and Artistic Director of Larsen Spotlight Chamber Music Series of Savannah Philharmonic.