Dr. Jure Rozman is an Assistant Professor at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He was born in Slovenia, where he received his first musical instruction. His studies continued at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, where he graduated in the class of legendary Karl-Heinz Kämmerling. Jure completed his Master's and Doctoral Degrees in United States with Constance Carroll and Michael Gurt, respectively.
Jure has won many awards, including first prizes in Slovene National Piano Competition in 1995 and 2001. He has performed as a soloist with several orchestras in Europe and USA and has frequently presented solo and chamber music recitals in Slovenia, Austria, Italy, Croatia, Czech Republic and USA.
Mr. Rozman has made several audio and video recordings for the Slovene National Radio, including works by Brahms, Del Tredici and Slovene composers Ramovš, Škerjanc and Matičič. He is also active as a chamber musician, accompanist and vocal coach. One of his projects was a performance of complete works for solo piano by Hugo Wolf in composer's birth-house.
Finally, Jure Rozman is a strong advocate and presence in the music program at Broward College. He has spearheaded many of the program's musical and academic offerings, including NASM accreditation and creation of Bailey Hall's Rosemary Duffy Larson Classical Series, of which he is also the artistic director. His growing piano studio is quickly becoming known as one of area's best values for classical piano education of highest quality.