1952 - 1961 at the age of 8 S.D. Paich heard an announcement for an audition for child performers on the radio, to which he went, won a place, and then persuaded his mother to sign the contract and let him go. Reluctantly she did, and from ages 8 to 16, he sang and performed, acted in television and films.
Second visit to President Tito with the Radio Belgrade Choir. 1955.
First children from Eastern Europe visiting Germany for an international children's singing contest. Slobodan sang Mozart in Serbian; he's front row, second from the right. 1955
For most of Slobodan's tenure at the Radio Belgrade Children Chorus, composer Zlatan Vauda was conductor and director.