Armin Sešek graduated from the music high school in the school “Mokranjac” – Belgrade in the class of prof. Vladislav Bobić and F.M.U. Belgrade-violin in the class of Prof. Aleksandar Pavlović. After twelve years of work in the orchestra of the Belgrade Philharmonic, he decided on a pedagogical vocation. He taught violin at the “Stanković” school in Belgrade and at the school for musical talents in Ćuprija.
1992 moved to Slovenia, where he teaches violin at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana.
He regularly teaches violin at summer schools in Grožnjan (Hr), and in Trieste (It). He had summer schools in Koper, Postojna, Ljubljana, Domžale, Bled and Škofja Loka.
He held violin seminars in Ljubljana, Zagreb, Osijek, Dubrovnik, Novo mesto, Trbovlje, Grosuplje, Krško, Koper, Postojna, Freising (Ne), Carlow (Ir), Split, Makarska …
His students have won 234 awards at national and international competitions, of which 89 first and 23 absolute. Five times his students were laureates.
String orchestra composed exclusively of students prof. Sesek, won the Summa cum laude at the 55th European competition in Neerpelt (Bg).
Former students of prof. Sesek is studying in Belgrade, Zagreb, Moscow, Novi Sad, Ljubljana, Klagenfurt, Vienna, Graz, Salzburg, Cologne, London, Zurich, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Today, some of them are members of the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, Ljubljana Opera, Maribor Opera, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Zagreb Radio Orchestra, Munich Radio Orchestra, ORF Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra, Augsburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Karnt Sinner Chamber Orchestra.
He was awarded the Škerjanc Award for achievements in pedagogical work.
From a letter from Irish colleagues after a seminar in Carlow: “We learned a lot in such a short time. We would love more .. «