02 March, 2014
CULTURAL CENTRE OF BELGRADE
Chopin’s Etudes in concert and pedagogical practice
Milan Miladinovic is currently a docent at AUNS. He started playing piano at the age of thirteen, and only six years later, he had finished primary and middle music school, in Nis, in the class of professor Borivoje Miladinovic.
His regular and masters studies he completed on AUNS, in the class of professor Svetlana Bogina.
As a DAAD scholar, he received his diploma at Universitat der Kunste in Berlin, with Fabio Bidini as his professor.
He took his masters courses with top pianists and pedagogues (Naum Starkman, Vladimir Ogarkov, Vladimir Feltsman, Alexandar Slobodijanik, Yefim Bronfman, Eugen Indjic, Constantin Bogina, Martino Tirimo, Emanuel Krasovsky, Oxana Yablanskaya, Earl Wild, Dmitry Baskirov, Nikolai Petrov, Leslie Howard, and others.
He received a large number of awards on both national and international competitions: First place on the competitions of young pianists of Yugoslavia (Nis, 1994, 1995, 1996), third place on the international contest F. Chopin – Novi Sad (1997.), and Jacob Flier, New Paltz (USA, 2001), first places on the international competitions: Balkan Youth Festival (Greece, 2001.), Georges Cziffra (Vienna, Austria, 2004.), and Tel Hai Concerto competition (Israel, 2004.)
Milan won scholarships from the Karadjordjevic Royal House, kingdom of Norway, the prestigious German scholarship DAAD, the Yamaha scholarship, and a special recognition from the University of Novi Sad for extraordinary artistic accomplishments. He successfully completed a large number of thematic lectures. He had over two hundred performances in the most important halls in Serbia and Montenegro, and also performed in Italy, Austria, Germany, Russia, USA, Norway, Greece, Israel, Netherlands, England and Brazil, on festivals such as NIMUS, NOMUS, BEMUS, Budva – City Theater, Piano Summer in New Platz (USA), International Keyboard Institute and Festival New York (USA).
He performed with Nis Symphony Orchestra, Novi Sad chamber orchestra, Academy of Art orchestra of Novi Sad, Vojvodina Philharmonic, and Israel Symphony Orchestra, with bandmasters such as Anatolie Nowick, Bundit Ungangsee, Claudio Vandeli, Andrei Bursac, Vesna Shouc, and Mandi Rodan.
He recorded for Radio Nis, Nis television, TV5, RTS, TV and radio Vojvodina, Greek national television and Dutch national television.