The Choir "Echo" was founded in 1978 under the leadership of professor Dragoljub Sarkovic. Besides its many concerts throughout Serbia organized by Jeunesses Musicales, this at the time girls' choir participated regularly on the Annual Meetings of Belgrade Choirs, and was always considered to be one of the most successful ensembles. Its most significant tours were, among others: a ten days' tour through Germany and recording for the German television in the programme Musik kent keine Grenze that hosted some of the greatest artists of the time, participation on the most famous music festival in the world in Llangollen, Wales, England, concerts in the city of Arnhem in Netherlands and many others. At the time, the choir was conducted by Zorica Mitev, today chorus master of the Belgrade Opera. Due to technical problems, the choir was temporarily inactive during the 90s. It was however renewed in March 2007. Since then the now mixed choir "Echo" counting more than 40 members has successfully and in a short period held many admirable tours and concerts, such as: tour to Poland on the International Festival (July, 2007), participation on the Festival of Spiritual Music organized by the Holy Patriarchal See of Belgrade, a humanitarian concert in the Ilija M. Kolarac Foundation as well as many others.
Djordje Perovic, born in 1977 has conducted different choirs for more than 12 years. As his most significant positions, one should single out the position of assistant conductor of the choir of the Cultural Association "Branko Cvetkovic" (1997-1999), of the choirs "Bel Canto" (1999-2000), Madrigal Choir of the Belgrade Faculty of Music (2002-2005), and "Juventus Cantat" from Sombor, furthermore he was chorus master to the choir of the Holy Ascension Church in Belgrade (1993-2007), as well as of the chamber choir of the Cultural Association "Branko Cvetkovic" (2003-2006), since 2007 he has been conducting the Belgrade Pharmaceutical Faculty's choir and the choir "Echo" of the Cultural Association "Dimitrije Tucovic". With nearly all the ensembles he worked with, he has held concerts of a capella and vocal music with instrumental accompaniment. He has cooperated, as accompanist, with the Choir of Radio Television of Serbia (2001), as well as with a number of smaller and larger vocal ensembles for the needs of the National Theatre and of "Atelje 212" Theatre. He is regularly holding concerts in Belgrade, and in 2007 he toured with the choir "Echo" of the Cultural Association "Dimitrije Tucovic" in Bydgoszcz, Poland.