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Milan Milosevic has earned his Doctor of Musical Arts in clarinet performance at the University of British Columbia. Recently, Milan received the British Columbia Arts Council Award, the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies Research Award, and the UBC Graduate Award for Academic Excellence. Milan is a representative and endorsed artist of Légère Reeds, Canada.

Milan is currently holding the clarinet position in the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO). He has served as Director of the Music Department and the clarinet instructor at Vancouver College for 14 years. Milan was a guest lecturer and at scholarly conferences, including Jackson State University, The University of British Columbia, The Capilano University, Zagreb University in Croatia, and Ljubljana University in Slovenia. He currently performs with the international Synergia ensemble and VICO Orchestra. Milan's recent performances were in collaboration with Deutsche Gramophone and IGM artist in Zadar and Dubrovnik Summer Music Festivals. He performed as a Principal clarinet, basset clarinet and bass clarinet with Victoria Symphony and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.

Before his doctoral studies at UBC, Milan held a clarinet position with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. During his ten years with the orchestra, he served as an artistic director and clarinet of the Belgrade Philharmonic Woodwind Ensemble and the International Woodwind Quintet Synergia 5. He was a featured soloist and ensemble performer at the Groundswell, Contemporary Music Series and New Music Festival with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Milan Milosevic has been a featured performing artist in numerous CBC Radio 2 National Broadcast performances, including the numerous TV and Radio broadcasts in Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia.

The International Clarinet Association journal The Clarinet CD review committees praised his scholarly articles on extended clarinet performance techniques and reviews on the featured album Pearls & Yarn (2005) and the Pearls & Thrills (2017) as eclectic, ground-breaking and innovative. On another recording project, his Brahms & Beethoven recordings were cited as Lush and seductive...expressive & well controlled...mellow throughout the instrument’s range. The International Clarinet Association journal The Clarinet selected and published his academic article on the extended clarinet ornamentation techniques in June of 2017 quarterly issue of the magazine. His scholarly article contributions were selected in the finals of the International academic article competition in 2017. Milan is a featured artist of Summit Records, Arizona & the Chromadisc Publishing Company, Canada.