Petar Dundjerski received his Master's degree in Performance from the University of Toronto where he studied with Susan Heppner, Canada's eminent flute virtuoso.
He has performed across Canada, from Toronto's Walter Hall to the Banff Centre for the Arts. Since settling in Edmonton, Petar has performed professionally on numerous occasions across the city, including the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and has 16 years of experience teaching flute.
Petar has received various awards including a 2003 and 2006-2008 Canada Council for the Arts Grants. He has worked with several distinguished instrumentalists including Shauna Rolston, Scott St. John and Jens Lindemann.
Petar Dundjerski currently teaches at the University of Alberta as well as the Alberta College Conservatory of Grant MacEwan College. Petar was the Assistant Conductor in Residence of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra 2006-2008, under the mentorship of Music Director William Eddins. This was a two-year appointment, funded in part by the Canada Council for the Arts.