Milan Milošević is Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of British Columbia, recipient of the British Columbia Arts Council Award, the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies Research Award and UBC Graduate Award for the Academic Excellence.
He is Legere Reeds Endorsed Artist, the Tarogato Stowasser J. Endorsed Artist, Backun Clarinets Featured Artist, and performs on Buffet-Crampon clarinets.
Milan earned his Master’s degree at the University of Arts, Faculty of Music, Belgrade. Milan is a guest lecturer of The British Columbia Music Educators’ Association, provincial specialist association of the B.C. Teachers’ Federation. He is a member of The American Federation of Musicians’ and The International Clarinet Association.
Milan currently serves as Music Director at Vancouver College and International Clarinet Association Canadian-Serbian Ambassador. Milan was a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Artistic Director of the Belgrade Philharmonic Woodwind Ensemble and the Woodwind Quintet – Synergia 5. As for the Canadian part of his performance career, Milan has been a featured soloist and ensemble performer at the Groundswell – New Music Series in Winnipeg and New Music Festival with Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.
He has been featured artist in numerous CBC Radio 2, Winnipeg and Vancouver national broadcast and premier performances. Most recently, Milan performed with Vancouver New Music Society, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Redshift Music Society and Virtuosi Concert Series at the Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall, University of Winnipeg.
The International Clarinet Association journal – The Clarinet CD review praised his extended clarinet performance techniques as: “eclectic, ground-breaking and innovative.” As for the Brahms & Beethoven recordings: “Lush and seductive…expressive & well controlled…mellow throughout the instrument’s range. “Milan is the Summit Records, AZ. Featured Artist and currently specializes in the use of historical instrument – the tarogato.