World Premiere with Zoran Modli, on ZAIR

NEMA NAZAD by Margita Stefanović Magi (EKV), Milan Milošević & Aleksandar Radulović Futa (Never before released improvisational electro-acoustic music from 1991, Release 2019).
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About me

Milan Milosevic currently serves as director of the music department and clarinet instructor at Vancouver College. He earned his DMA in clarinet performance at the University of British Columbia, and was a recipient of the British Columbia Arts Council Award, the UBC Graduate Studies Research Award and the UBC Award for Academic Excellence. Prior to his doctoral studies, he held a clarinet position with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. Most recently, he has been a guest lecturer at Jackson State University, The University of British Columbia, Capilano University and The University of Belgrade. He has also performed with the Vancouver New Music Society, and Virtuosi Concert Series at the University of Winnipeg, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and frequently collaborates with the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra. Milosevic represents and is sponsored by Backun MoBa Clarinets, Légère Reeds, Canada; Silverstein Works, USA; and Stowasser J. Tarogato, Hungary. Milan is a featured artist of Summit Records and Chromadisc Records.

New CD

“It does not get any better than this -- should be compulsory listening for all clarinetists. Milan Milosevic explores original musicianship, one that rejects fashionable style and instead explores to the very core of musical thinking, both by the composer and the performer. This level of creative understanding is, today, in a minority and should be treasured, admired and respected”.
Prof. Anton Weinberg, Indiana University, Guildhall School of Music, National Centre of Orchestral studies, NY; White House Commission Laureate.
“Pearls & Thrills music selections are simply beautiful, soulful and at times heart-rending. Milan performances are wonderful throughout the variety of expressive styles. I really enjoyed it and highly recommend”