Faculty of Music

Milica Jelić

Assistant in the artistic fiend of Conducting

Milica Jelić received a specialist and master degree of academic studies at the Conducting Department in the class of Professor Bojan Sudjic, and a bachelor degree in the class of Professor Biljana Radovanović at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. She also completed her master’s studies in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, in the class of Professor Martin Sieghart (Austria). As one of the best students Milica Radivojevic won scholarships by Serbian Ministry of Education and Fund for young talented people “Dositeja”.

As a conductor , she studied at master courses by: Jorma Panula, Johannes Prinz, Volfgang Bozic, Hermine Pack, Nassir Heidarian – Rasti, Genadiy Dmitryak, A. Petrenko, А. Zhukov, and many others.

Milica Jelić performed with ensembles such as RTS Symphony Orchestra, Stanislav Binicki Symphony Orchestra, Royal Strings of St. George, Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra, and “Seraphim” Ensemble in Belgrade, also with “Berlin Sinfonietta” (Germany), “Savaria” Symphony Orchestra (Hungary), Orchestra for Contemporary Music at „KUG“ (Austria), “San Crescentino” Orchestra (Italy), “Pandora’s box” Orchestra (Italy), National Theater Choir in Belgrade, Faculty of Music Madrigal Choir, Belgrade Madrigalists Choir, “Rukovet” Ensamble, “Knjaz Miloš” Ensemble, St. Archangel Gabriel Choir in Belgrade, and also Choir “Alliluia” whose founder she is and has won numerous awards.

Since 2019 she works as Assistant Professor at the Conducting Department at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Her previous pedagogical experience was gained at “Stankovic” Music School (Belgrade) and many other.

She won the special award for the best conductor at “Horfest” in Valjevo, and also at “Choirs Among the Frescoes” festival in Belgrade.

During the visit of His Royal Highness Prince of Wales, she had a special honor to perform as a vocal soloist some of the most beautiful songs of old Serbian spiritual music ( Belgrade, 2016).