was born June 1, 1978 in Niš, Serbia. He graduated in 1999 from the
Faculty of Music in Belgrade and, with the highest mark, he
completed his postgraduate studies in 2005. His primary teacher was
eminent Serbian pianist and piano teacher, Professor Nevena Popović.
He continued his studies with a number of famous pianists, such as:
Sergei Dorensky, Alexander Sharkman, Michel Dalberto, among others.
During his studies, as the most talented and perspective young
pianist, he was selected for two major awards: the Emil Hajek award
and an award from the Olga Jovanović Fund.
From June 2001, he was teaching at the University of Arts in
Belgrade Faculty of Music as an Assistant at the Piano division and
since November 2005, he has been teaching at the University of Arts
in Belgrade Faculty of Music as a Docent of Piano. He has also
taught at the Academy of Arts in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Miloš Mihajlović has won top prizes in several international piano
1995 - Torino/Moncalieri (Italy) - First prize
1995 - Tortona (Italy) - First prize - absolute winner
1996 - Fryderyk Chopin Young Pianists Competition, Rome (Italy) -
1996 - Jeunesses Musicales, Belgrade (Serbia) - winner of the
"Laureates of Orpheus" competition
1997 - Petar Konjović International competition, Belgrade (Serbia) -
First prize (100 points)
1998 - Nueva Acropolis, Madrid (Spain) - First prize
1999 - Grand Konzerteum, Athens (Greece) - Second prize (First prize
was not awarded)
1999 - Grand Konzerteum, Athens (Greece) - Prize for the best
interpretation of Chopin's composition
2009 - Southern Highland International Piano Competition, Australia
- First Prize - absolute winner
As a recitalist and soloist with orchestras
performed in major concert halls in Serbia (Great Hall of the Ilija
M. Kolarac Endowment in Belgrade, Gallery of the Serbian Academy of
Sciences and Arts, etc.), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
Montenegro, Italy, Spain, Greece, Poland and Australia.
Miloš has also
taken part in programs at several international music festivals,
such as: BEMUS (Belgrade, Serbia), NIMUS (Niš, Serbia),
International contemporary music festival in Belgrade etc. In 2005,
he got an award from the Stanojlo Rajičić Fund, for the best recital
in the concert season. He has collaborated with many eminent
musicians, including conductors Uroš Lajovic, Mladen Jagušt, Carlos
Alvarado, Angel Šurev, Dejan Savić, Darinka Matić Marović, Anatolij
Novicki and Biljana Radovanović.
He has recorded
several times both for radio and television and has recently
recorded his first CD for Bel Air Music, rewarded for his first
price in the Southern Highland International Piano Competition, AU