• Born 1972
Predrag Gosta is a Serbian harpsichordist and conductor who specializes in Baroque music. He was raised in Belgrade, where he studied at the Belgrade Music Academy. He pursued studies at Trinity College of Music in London and at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the founder and artistic director of the New Trinity Baroque, an Atlanta-based early music ensemble and choir. He has also served as the music director and conductor of the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre in Lawrenceville, GA, the assistant conductor of the National Philharmonic in Washington, D.C., and the principal guest conductor of the New Europe Symphony Orchestra in Bulgaria. He has been president of the Early Music Network, an international society devoted to early music. Gosta has lived in the United States since 1998. He has recorded several albums with the New Trinity Baroque, and one with the Ensemble of the Studio for Early Music, Belgrade.