Milos Pavlovic


Milos Pavlovic

Miloš PAVLOVIĆ is a serbian pianist with very diverse artistic interests and preferences, performing with equal enthusiasm as a soloist and chamber musician, clearly positioned himself at the artistic scene throughout Europe.

        He graduated piano at the Belgrade Faculty of Music, with russian pianist Igor Lazko (himself  a student of Jakov Zak) and achieved Master’s Degree at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts, with russian pianist Vladimir Ogarkov (a former student of Emil Gilels). Both of his professors at the graduate and postgraduate studies are descendents of Traditional Russian Piano School and glorious Henry Neighaus. He completed his piano specialist studies at the State Conservatory “Giuseppe Verdi” in Torino, Italy, with Remo Remoli (a student of Arturo Benedetti Michelangelli), and chamber music specialist studies at the Belgrade Faculty of Music, with Olivera Đurđević. Miloš Pavlović perfected his professional skills at piano master courses, taught by Leonid Brumberg, Lev Natocheny, Siavush Gadjiev, Arbo Valdma, Konstantin Bogino, and Paul Gulda. 

He won the Jeunesses Musicales Competition  “Laureates of Orpheus” in 1989. He won the International Piano Competition “Castello di Racconigi” – Turin, Italy, in 1996 and took second prize at the International Piano Competition Ostuni – Italy, 1991. He has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in some of the most significant concert halls throughout the region, but also in the UK, Germany, Italy, Norway, Greece, Poland, Estonia and Malta. He has made several recordings for various TV and radio stations. He has performed in many chamber ensembles and colaborated with many prominent musicians, including: Pierre Réach, Mikhail Petukhov, Irena Kofman, Akiko Shimura, Lyudmila Gross, Irina Furst, Nikola Mijailović,  Snezana Savičić, Aneta Ilić, Boris Petronje, Iva Mrvoš and many others, as well as with the St. George Royal Strings. As a member of the piano duo MEZZO he achieved a very prominent and diversified concert activities. He regulary appears at renowned International Piano Festivals, such as „Valeta Piano Festival“,  „Budva City Theater“,“Espressivo“… where he performed among such names as: pianists Mikhail Petukhov, Vladimir Viardo, Pierre Réach, cellist Denis Shapavalov, violinist Mikhail Bereznitsky, Jaroslaw Nadrzycki, double bassist Duncan Mc Tire ,…etc. He is also a frequent member of numerous International Piano Competition’s Jury. Miloš Pavlović was a guest of numerous international piano teachers conferences in Manchester, Dusseldorf, Oslo, Tallinn, and others in which he has performed at piano recitals and lecture-recitals.

            He was performer, special music advisor and piano coach in the Oscar-nominated film “When the Day Comes” by Goran Paskaljević.

         For his artistic and pedagogical work and the achieved results, he is awarded with the Award of the Faculty of Musical Arts in Beogad, 2001, 2004 and 2014 for exceptional merit and contribution to the Faculty, as well as Special recognition of the European Piano Teachers Association for an outstanding contribution to piano art. 

         In February 2015, he was appointed as a member of the Board of  Directors of  BEMUS (Belgrade Music Festival), the oldest and most eminent festival of art music in Serbia and region. 

         He holds the position of Associate Professor at the Piano Department of the Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade and Vice-President of the European Piano Teachers Association in Serbia 

He is a Founder and President of the Management Board at „Dobar Glas” (Good Voice) Foundation, a private Foundation helping young talented artists in Serbia. The current focus of the Foundation is to help the „School for Musical Talents“ in Ćuprija (Serbia),  one of three of its kind in Europe.