Milica Radivojević

The founder and conductor of the choir and ensemble „Alliluia“

Milica Radivojevic received a specialist (2015) and master degree (2013) academic studies at the Conducting Department in the class of Professor Bojan Sudjic at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, under whose mentorship she is currently on doctoral studies. She completed her master’s degree in Orchestral Conducting (2013) at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, in the class of Professor  Martin Sieghartg (Austria), while her bachelor studies she acquired in the class of Professor Biljana Radovanovic (2011, the Faculty of Music, Belgrade). Primary and secondary music education she gained in “Stankovic” Music School in Belgrade at the piano department.


As one of the best students Milica Radivojevic won the Serbian Ministry of Education scholarship and a scholarship of the Fund for young talented people “Dositej Obradovic”.

She studied also at master courses by: Jorma Panula, Johannes Prince, Volfgang Bozic, Hermina Pak, Haidarian – Rasti Nasir, Genadij Dmitrjak, Adolf Henig, Francisca Hamer-Drexel, Florian Gessler, Christian Mandel, and many others. As a scholar of the Russian Ministry of Culture, she participated in the Summer Academy of Orthodox Spiritual Music in St. Petersburg, where she was specialized in cooperation with conductors A. Peternek, А. Zhukov, and others.

So far, she has performed with ensembles such as the RTS Symphony Orchestra (Belgrade), the Stanislav Binicki Symphony Orchestra (Belgrade), the Royal Stringsof St. George, the Faculty of Music Symphony Orchestra (Belgrade), the Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra (Belgrade), the “Seraphim” Ensemble (Belgrade), Stankovic Music School Orchestra, “Berlin Sinfonietta” (Germany), “Savaria” Symphony Orchestra (Hungary), Orchestra for Contemporary Music at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz (Austria), “San Crescentino” Orchestra (It lija), “Pandora’s box” Orchestra  (Italy), Choir of the National Theater in Belgrade, the Faculty of Music Madrigalists Choir  (Belgrade), Belgrade Madrigals (Belgrade), “Rukovet” Ensamble (Belgrade), “Knjaz Miloš” Choir and Orchestra (Belgrade), Stankovic Music School Choir (Belgrade), “Summer Spiritual Academy” in the monastery Studenica, “Summer school of church chanting in memory to Kornelije Stankovic” Choir (Sremski Karlovci), “St. Despot Stefan Lazarević” Choir (Belgrade), St. Archangel Gabriel Church Choir (Belgrade), Choir and Ensemble “Alliluia” (Belgrade) whose founder she is and has won numerous awards.

In addition to Serbia, she performed in Russia, Italy, France, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina.…

Since 2019 she works as Assistant Professor at the Conducting Department at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, where she worked as a teacher’s assistant during 2018. As a pedagogue, she acquired the license of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia. Her previous pedagogical experience was gained as a music teacher at “Stankovic” Music School (Belgrade), Educational System “Kreativno pero”, and “Vladimir Obradovic Kameni” (Belgrade). She hosted as a teacher at the Summer Spiritual Academy in Studenica (Studenica Monastery), as well as at the Summer School of Church Chanting “In memory to Kornelije Stankovic” (Sremski Karlovci). Milica Radivojevic is a member of Association of Musical Artists of Sebia.

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She won the special award for the best conductor at “Horfest” (Valjevo, 2017), and “Vojislav Ilić” award for the best conductor at the “Choirs Among the Frescoes” festival (Belgrade, 2015).

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