Head of the Department

Vesna Mikić PhD

Full professor of Musicology

Biography

VesnaMikić(1967, Beograd), redovni je profesor i šef Katedre za muzikologiju Fakulteta muzičke umetnosti Univerziteta umetnosti u Beogradu. Vodi kurseve iz savremene istorije muzike, kao i uvodne kurseve iz istorije i teorije popularne muzike na doktorskim studijskim programima. Dugogodišnji je zamenik glavnog i odgovornog urednika Internacionalnog časopisa za muziku Novi Zvuk i osnivač Centra za istraživanje popularne muzike (2013). Posvećena je istraživanju mogućih interpretacija i raziličitih kulturnih kontekstualizacija produkcijiskih i recepcijskih muzičkih praksi. Autorka je dve knjige: Muzika u tehnokulturi (Beograd, UU 2004) i Lica srpske muzike: neoklasicizam (FMI, Beograd, 2009) i više studija i članaka objavljenih u zbornicima radova i časopisima u zemlji i inostranstvu.

Head of the Department Council

Tijana Popović Mladjenović PhD

Full professor of Musicology

Phone: +381 63 85 65 026
E-mail: tijana.popovic.mladjenovic@gmail.com
Biography

др Тијана Поповић Млађеновић, музиколог, професор је на Катедри за музикологију Факултета музичке уметности Универзитета уметности у Београду. Такође, предаје и на Интердисциплинарним студијама Универзитета уметности у Београду (мастер и докторске студије Теорије уметности и медија), као и на Департману за музикологију и етномузикологију Академије уметности у Новом Саду (докторске студије Музикологије). Била је гостујући професор Департмана за музикологију Филозофског факултета Универзитета у Љубљани, Литванске Академије за музику и позориште у Виљнусу, Музичке академије Универзитета у Сарајеву, као и Музичке академије Универзитета у Цетињу. Дипломирала је, магистрирала и докторирала на Одсеку за музикологију Факултета музичке уметности у Београду. Током рада на магистарској тези, усавршавала се, као стипендиста француске владе, у Паризу (Université Paris IV – Sorbonne) у области савремене француске музике, док је у оквиру студијских боравака у Бостону и Оксфорду спроводила истраживања везана за израду докторске дисертације. Подручја њеног научног интересовања јесу европска музика fin de siècle-a, поетика и стилистика савремене музике, естетика и филозофија музике, проблематика музичког мишљења, као и интердисциплинарна музикологија и наука о уметности. Аутор је 5 књига, преко 100 студија објављених (на српском, енглеском, француском и немачком језику) у колективним монографским издањима, међународним и домаћим часописима и зборницима радова са интернационалних конференција (Аустрија, Француска, Португалија, Литванија, Грчка, Велика Британија, Пољска, Аустралија, Италија, Белгија итд.), као и уредник 15 различитих музиколошких и музичких издања, од којих је неколико међународних монографија. Сарадник је музичких енциклопедија MGG, Grove, као и Grove Music Online. Члан је програмског одбора више интернационалних конференција, сарадник на више научних пројеката, као и рецензент међународних и домаћих научних часописа. Била је члан уредништва музиколошког часописа Музички талас, као и едиције Ars Musica издавачке куће Clio. Члан је Интернационалног музиколошког друштва, Музиколошког друштва Србије (бивши је председник Управног одбора), Управног одбора Удружења композитора Србије, као и Одбора одељења Матице српске за сценске уметности и музику.

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Vice Dean for Research

Ivana Perković PhD

Full professor of Musicology

Phone: + 381 11 362 11 70
E-mail: ivanaperkovic@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Biography

Ivana Perković, musicologist, associate professor at the Department of Musicology of the Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade. She was also the lecturer in history of music at the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (Serbia). Ivana Perković studied in Belgrade (Faculty of Music, University of Arts /bachelor, master and PhD degree/). She is the author and co-author of 5 books, over 50 articles in national and international journals and in proceedings of the international conferences in the country and abroad.

Areas of Competence: history of Western music up to 18th century, music and religion, music and literature, medieval poetics, musical libraries, musical archives.
Didactic competences: Medieval music in Orthodox countries, History of European music – Antique Period, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical period, Serbian Chant, Music and Theology.

PUBLICATION LIST

Books
Serbian Medieval Music, Belgrade, University of Arts, 1998. (Co-authors: Roksanda Pejović, Tatjana Marković and Marija Masnikosa)
Music of Serbian Oktoechos, Belgrade, Faculty of Music, 2004.
From Angel Chant to Choral Art, Belgrade, Faculty of Music, 2008.
Interdisciplinary Approach to Music: Listening, Performing, Composing, Belgrade, Faculty of Music (Tempus project), 2014. (Co-authors: Tijana Popović Mladjenović and Blanka Bogunović)

Articles in journals and papers in monographs
„Koje ću pesme da zapevam smrti Tvojoj, Milostivi?“ – pesme za večernje bogosluženje na Veliki petak u stvaralaštvu srpskih kompozitora, Muzički talas, 2001, 28, 18-33.
„Александар Дамњановић: Рождество за женски хор“, Нови звук. Интернационални часопис за музику, 2003, 22, 58-61.
“Choral Church Music in Serbia before 1914 and its’ Sociocultural Context“, Българско музикознание, 2003, 4, 92-102.
“Liturgievertonungen in der serbischen Musik der Romantik. Ein Betrag zur Erforschung der Musiksprache“, Die Kirchenmusik in Südosteuropa, Tutzing, Hans Schneider, 2003, 160-168.
“The Splendor of Harmonized Singing. Russian influence on the Serbian Musical Performance at the end of 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries“, Music and Networking, Faculty of Music, Belgrade, 2005, 221–231.
“Serbian Choral Societies before 1914 and their Church Musical Repertory“, Musik als interkultureller Dialog. Das Banat als euroregionaler Klangraum, Tutzing, Hans Schneider, 2005, 17–25.
“Serbian Traditional Church Chant and Choral Church Music in the 19th Century“, Cantus Planus, Budapest, Institute for Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2006, 187–196.
„Muzika i pravoslavno bogosluženje. Pitanje termina“, u: Dragana Jeremić-Molnar, Ivana Stamatović (ur.), Muzikološke i etnomuzikološke refleksije, Beograd, Fakultet muzičke umetnosti, 2006, 57-70.
“Classification of Signs in Serbian Orthodox Church Music“, in: Eero Tarasti (ed.), Music and the Arts 1. Proceedings from ICMS 7, Imatra, International Semiotics Institute, Helsinki, Semiotical Society of Finland, 2006.
„Стара музика”, у: Мирјана Веселиновић-Хофман (ур.), Историја српске музике. Српска музика и европско музичко наслеђе [Old Serbian Music, in: The History of Serbian Music. Serbian Music and European musical Heritage], Београд, Завод за уџбенике, 2007, 29-62.
“Harmonizing Self-representation: Serbian Religious Music in the 19th Century and the Introduction of Polyphony“, Selbstdarstellung/Emergence 4: Self-Representation, Vienna, January 11-13, 2007, http://www.kakanien.ac.at/beitr/emerg/IPerkovic-Radak1/ “Hero(es) of Serbian libraries and music collections. The case of Ludwig van Beethoven“, Тематски потенцијали лексикографских јединица о музичким институцијама, [Thematic Possibilities in Lexicographic Units on Musical Institutions], Beograd, Факултет музичке уметности, 2009, 81-101.
“Music History Courses Following Revised Program of Studies for First Year Undergraduate Students at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade: Teaching Concepts“, 12th International Conference „Educational Research and School Practice“ – Quality and Efficiency of Teaching in Learning Society,Institute for Educational Research and Volgograd Pedagogical University, Beograd, 240, 2009. (Co-authors: Marija Masnikosa and Tijana Popović Mlađenović) “Battle in the Ballroom? Expressive Genres in Mozart’s Contredance La Battaille K535“, Beograd, 7th Annual Conference of the Department of Music Theory, Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade, 2009, 16-17.
Ivana Perković Radak, “W. A. Mozart’s Phantasie in C minor, K. 475: The Pillars of Musical Structure and Emotional Response“, Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies, 2009, 3, 1–2, 95–117. (Co-authors: Tijana Popović Mladjenović, Blanka Bogunović and Marija Masnikosa) “Theatrical Expressivity of Berio’s Sequenza for Viola: Levels of Communication“, Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies, Fall 2010, vol. 4, issue 2, 55–84. (Co-authors: Tijana Popović Mladjenović and Blanka Bogunović) “Approaches to Serbian Orthodox Music: A Case Study of Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac’s Complete Works“, in: Leon Stefanija/Nico Schüler (eds.), Approaches to Music Research. Between Practice and Epistemology, Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt am Main, 2011, 129-135.
“Musical references in Serbian hagiography (žitija) and liturgical poetry (Srbljak) “, in: Robert Klugseder, James Borders, Christelle Cazaux-Kowalski, Lori Kruckenberg, Frank Lawrence, Jeremy Llewellyn, Christian Troelsgard, Anna Vildera and Hanna Zuhlke (eds.), Cantus planus, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Kommission für Musikforschung, Wien, 2012, 316–320.
“Musical symbols in Serbian liturgical poetry (Srbljak) “, Unity and Variety in Orthodox Music: Theory and Practice, International Society for Orthodox Church Music & University of Joensuu, Finland, 2013, 191-198.
“Arvo Pärt’s Trisagion: 1+1=1. The Intersection of Orthodoxy and Modernism”, in: Sonja Marinković and Sanda Dodik (eds.), Tradition as Inspiration. Days of Vlado Milošević, conference proceedings, Banja Luka, 2014, 186-202. (Co-author: Marija Masnikosa)

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Member of several national and international associations: International Musicological Society (active member of the Cantus Planus group), The International Society for Orthodox Church Music, Serbian Musicological Society (the first president of the Managing Board), and Composers’ Association of Serbia;
Participant of four national research project (since 1996, up to the present).
Member of the international project on hymnology (The Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology, since 2004);
Postdoctoral research, Institut für Musikwissenschaft der Universität, Wien, 2005;
Coordinator of the research project funded by British Library (2006/07): research and archival work on endangered musical archives in Zemun;
Vice dean of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 2010/11;
Responsible for the application of the TEMPUS project (Introducing interdisciplinarity in music studies in the Western Balkans in line with European perspective) and the first project coordinator (in 2012).

Sonja Marinković PhD

Full professor of Musicology

Biography

PhD Sonja Marinković, musicologist, full time professor at the Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Music, Belgrade, Serbia, teaches history of music and research methodology. She is a member of Editorial Board of the International Magazin for Music New Sound; Editor-in-chief of magazin Mokranjac; director of XIV and XV Review of composers in Belgrade (2005–2006). She is engaged in research work concerning the Serbian history of music of the 20th century, especially dealing with the problem of relation between folklore and composers’ creativity (her doctoral theses was National Music Features in Serbian Music in the First Half of the 20th Century), as well as the problem of social art. She is author of high school text-books in the subjects: music culture, history of music and history of Serbian music.

Dragana Stojanović-Novičić PhD

Associate professor of Musicology

Phone: +381 62 250 294
E-mail: drasnovi@gmail.com
Biography

Belgrade-born Serbian musicologist Dr. Dragana Stojanović-Novičić is a specialist for contemporary Serbian, American and European music. Lately, she has been dedicated to the music and life of Vinko Globokar, Edgard Varèse, John Cage and Conlon Nancarrow. She has written five, co-created two, and co-edited two books. Her studies appeared in American Music, New Sound, Musicology, Treći program, Mokranjac, Sveske. She participated at musicological conferences in Europe and US (Serbia, Republic of Srpska/Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, UK, France, Finland, Missouri, California). Recently (in 2016), she has been a recipient of the Fulbright scholarship which enabled her to be a visiting professor and scholar at Bard College, NY, USA; there she was teaching a course «Music of the European Avant-Garde» as well as «The Ear Training» class, and conducted a research on John Cage at John Cage Trust. She received a postdoctoral grant for perfection abroad from the Government of Serbia – Ministry of Science (2008), and a Swiss research grant from the Paul Sacher Stiftung in Basel (2006/7). She is a participant at Jean Monnet Module “Musical Identities and European Perspective” (Erasmus+ Program EU) of the Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. While Edward Jurkowski, describing her chapter in The Ashgate Research Companion to Minimalist and Postminimalist Music, writes that she “provides a fascinating historical narrative of the origins of minimalism in Serbia,” Kyle Gann asserts: “She’s a fantastic scholar, obsessed with detail.” She has performed as a pianist; she made a solo recital in Zürich, Switzerland, in November 2015. Being drawn to the scene, she designs a music-musicological happenings with a dramatization of certain aspects of composer's life that includes actors, video artists, musicians, and of which one, on Conlon Nancarrow, was realized at Belgrade Music Festival (BEMUS) in 2012.

Dragana Jeremić Molnar PhD

Full professor of Musicology

E-mail: admolnar@sbb.rs
Biography

Dragana Jeremić Molnar (1974), musicologist, full-time professor in the Department of Musicology and in the Department of Interdisciplinary studies (study program: Theory of Arts and Media) at the University of Arts in Belgrade. She also taught music history at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and was visiting lecturer at the Belgrade Open School (The Idea of Europe in Art and Literature). Jeremić Molnar studied in Belgrade (Faculty of Music and Alternative Academic Educational Network) and Munich (Institut für Musikwissenschaft, Ludwig-Maximillian Universität). She is DAAD Alumna.
Dragana Jeremić Molnar is author and co-author of 9 books. She has published numerous articles in national and international journals in music, sociology, philosophy, cultural studies and literature, as wall as papers in proceedings of the international conferences in the country and abroad. Recently she has contributed (with the article “Adorno, Schubert, Mimesis”) to the summer issue (Vol. XXV, No. 2, pp. 257–273) of 19th-Century Music for 2014.

Areas of Competence: 19th-century music with particular emphasis on Germany and Austria, sociology of music, applied psychoanalysis, aesthetics of music, music and politics.
Selected bibliography: Myth, Ideology, and Mystery in the Richard Wagner’s Tetralogy. “Der Ring des Nibelungen” and “Parsifal” (with A.Molnar), Belgrade; Serbian Piano Music in the Romantic Age (1841-1914), Novi Sad, Richard Wagner, constructor of “genuine“ reality, Belgrade, 2007; Redemption of Son’s Imaginary Grieves: “Œdipus” and “Lybian”, Belgrade, 2008; Redemption of Father’s Imaginary Grief: “Boris Godunov”, Belgrade, 2008; Music Sublime in the Works of Beethoven and Schoenberg, Belgrade, 2009; Musical Avant-Gardism in Schoenberg’s Dodecaphonic Poetics and Adorno’s Critical Aesthetics, Belgrade(with A.Molnar); Adorno‘s Schubert. Towards a Theory of Mimesis (with A.Molnar), Belgrade; Wilhelm Müller‘s and Franz Schubert‘s ‘(Die) Winterreise’, Belgrade, 2014; “Inception of Wagner’s Doctrine of Regeneration Prior to the Revolution 1848–1849“, New Sound. International Journal of Music, No. 42, 2014.

Ana Stefanović PhD

Full professor of Musicology

Biography

Marija Masnikosa PhD

Associate professor of Musicology

Biography

Biljana Leković PhD

Assistant professor of Musicology

Biography

Ivana Miladinović Prica

Lecturer of Musicology

E-mail: vanamp@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Biography

Ivana Miladinović Prica (1979, Prijepolje) graduated from the Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, where she is currently working on her doctoral thesis. She received the “Vlastimir Peričić” award appointed by the Department of Musicology. Since 2010 she has been working as an Assistant teacher for the field of Musicology at the Faculty of Music. Also, she has been involved in the Interdisciplinary master studies at the University of Arts in Belgrade. Ivana Miladinović Prica is a participant of the scientific project of the Department of Musicology and the project of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts. She was included in the international project The Freedom of Sound. John Cage behind the Iron Curtain (Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest). She also contributes to the Serbian Encyclopedia and Grove Music Online. For several years Ivana Miladinović Prica has worked as an associate and a music critic at the Third Programme of Radio Belgrade. Also, she cooperates with the Montenegrin Music Center. She is a member of the Serbian Musicological Society and the European Forum Klanglandschaft. She has published numerous studies and reviews in professional journals (New Sound. International Journal of Music, Tacet. Experimental Music Review, Treći program Radio Beograda), as well as collective monographs and conference proceedings. Her final paper From Noise to Silence: The Poetics of John Cage’s Early Work was published by the Faculty of Music (2011). Her current research is focused on neo-avant-garde and experimental practices in the American, European and Serbian contemporary music.

Ivana Petković

Lecturer of Musicology

Biography

IVANA R. PETKOVIĆ was born in 1983 in Belgrade. She graduated in 2009 from the Musicology Department. Her master’s thesis The Late Works of Claude Debussy – ‘Truths’ about the French Myth was supervised by Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the Faculty of Music, University of the Arts in Belgrade.

She was one of the participants in the following team projects: The Balkan Project – Music folklore as a Means of Transtemporal and Transregional Communication and Contemporary Culture of Latin America – Culture of Rhythms. She has taken part in musicological and interdisciplinary conferences in Serbia and abroad. She has published several papers in Serbian and international collection of papers and magazines. Her book The Late Works of Claude Debussy – ‘Truths’ about the French Myth, was published by the Musicology Department of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 2011 as part of musicology studies collection Interpretations – Les beaux excentriques. In collaboration with Olga Otašević she has written several critical studies and edited the publication Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac in the writings of ‘others’, published by Serbian Musicological Society and Jeunesses Musicales Belgrade in 2014.

She is currently working on her PhD thesis The Musical Universe of Claude Debussy - in Search of Immediacy of ‘Correspondence’ between the Eye and the Ear under the mentorship of Tijana Popović Mlađenović, PhD. She has been a member of Serbian Musicological Society since 2010, as well as the Composers’ Association of Serbia (the section of music writers) and the International Musicology Society since 2015.

Secretary of the Department

Radoš Mitrović

Lecturer of Musicology

Phone: +381 62 250 317
E-mail: radoshmitrovic@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Biography

Radoš Mitrović (born in 1989 in Belgrade) is a teaching associate and secretary of the Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade. His main fields of academic interest include contemporary music and aesthetics, and he is working on a PhD thesis titled The End of Postmodernism, with the professor Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, PhD. He took part in several international conferences and round tables, such as: Haydn in London, ARTGET (2007); 150 Years From the Birth of Gustav Mahler, Zadužbina Ilije M. Kolarca (2010); Music World of Robert Schumann, ARTGET (2010); FESTUM, SKC (2012); Musical Practices – Continuities and Transitions, XII International Conference of the Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music (2014); Days of Vlada S. Milošević, Banja Luka (2015); Beyond the Crisis in the Humanities…, FMC, Belgrade (2015); Musical Legacies of State Socialism…, SANU, Belgrade (2015); Ruidalsud,, International Festival of Arts. Italy-Argentine-Serbia, Novi Sad (2015) … He published articles in New Sound, Zbornik Matice Srpske za scenske umetnosti i muziku, Art and Media, Muzika and contributed in monography History of Art in Serbia, XX century, III, as well as in Serbian Encyclopedia, SANU, Matica Srpska. He’s an author of the e-book entitled Mauricio Kagel's Creative Attitude Towards Musical Tradition. Mitrović was awarded by FMA with Vlastimir Peričić award for best student of musicology (2011/12). He got scholarship from British Music Society for attending Gaudeamus musiekweek, Utrecht (2014) and was part of the Next Generation program of Donaueschinger Musiktage, Donaueschingen (2015). He was a member of the editorial board of student proceedings Musicological Perspectives I/II (2012) and the Organizing Committee of the Transpositions: Music/Image conference (2016). He is a member of Serbian Musicological Society and Center for Research of Popular Music. His work includes music critiques and reviews for the Radio Belgrade 2.

Marina Marković

Lecturer of Musicology

E-mail: marinajmarkovic@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Biography

Marina Marković (1968, Belgrade) graduated in Musicology at the Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade. She is PhD student at the same institution. During her undergraduate studies she was working as a music associate at the radio station Studio B (radio show “The Concert of Studio B“), as well as at the Radio Drama Department of the Radio Television of Serbia. Marina Marković was involved at the research project Endangered Archive: Voiceless Choirs. Serbian Musical Collections from Zemun in 19th and Early 20th Centuries, realized by the British Library (London), Historical Archive of Belgrade and Faculty of Music, University of Arts in Belgrade. Also, she was collaborating in the design and realization of the cultural programs of the Russian Centre of Science and Culture "Ruski dom" in Belgrade, where she held a number of public lectures on Russian music of the 19th and 20th centuries. Nowadays, she is involved in the scientific project Serbian Music Identities in World's Cultural Context of the Department of Musicology, concerning preparing, verifying and data processing activities, relating to scientific researches included in the project.

Since 2014 Marina Marković has been working as an Assistant teacher for the field of Musicology at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Her main research interests include Orthodox church music, as well as interdisciplinary music studies. She has published studies and reviews in professional journals and thematic conference proceedings of international significance. Marina Marković is the author of the book Hymns of Srbljak in Monophonic Anthologies of Serbian Chant (2006, Belgrade: Signature). She is a member of the Serbian Musicological Society since 2008.

Stefan Cvetković

Lecturer of Musicology

Phone: +381 11 32 20 985
E-mail: stefan.cvetkovic@fmu.bg.ac.rs
Biography

Stefan Cvetković (Belgrade, 1983) graduated from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 2010 with The Vlastimir Peričić Award. He attends his PhD studies at Department of Musicology where he works from 2015 as Assistant lecturer at the courses of Methodology of scientific work and Methodology of teaching the history of music. From 2011 till 2015 he acted as Music editor at The Third Program of Radio Belgrade where he realized several hundred radio programs dedicated both to historical and contemporary, creative and performing practice, in country and abroad, and currently he is engaged in the same institution as Music critic and author of various tematic programs in the field of music performing. The specific field of his scientific interest is history and theory of pianism, with focus on the modernistic epoch practices. He participated in numerous scientific meetings and symposiums in country and abroad and he publishes his works in different types of professional publications. He is the member of Composers Association of Serbia and of Serbian Musicological Society.