Miloš Milivojević – Accordion
“A hurricane of imaginative invention” Hilary Finch, The Times
Serbian born accordionist Miloš Milivojević is a first prize winner at International Competitions in Germany, France, Italy and Denmark. In Serbia he studied with Vojin Vasovic and with Owen Murray at the Royal Academy of Music where he graduated and was awarded with Dip RAM – the highest award for graduates. In 2007 he became the first accordionist ever to win the RAM Club Prize at the Academy and in the 2008 was the Winner of the prestigious Derek Butler London Prize at the Wigmore Hall. In 2014 he was awarded 'Associate of the Royal Academy of Music' for his services to music.
He has premiered works by Anthony Gilbert, Howard Skempton, Elena Firsova, Stephane Altier, Patrick Nunn, Philip Venables and Robert Percy and has given the UK premiere of Sequenza No.13 by Luciano Berio.
He has given many solo, chamber music and concerto performances in Serbia, Montenegro, Russia, Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Canary Islands, Iceland, Malta, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Milos has performed in prestigious venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Purcell Room, St John Smith Square, St James Piccadilly, St Martin in the Fields and was invited to perform at the Royal Academy of Music 'Foundation Day', an award ceremony attended by HRH The Princess Royal. Miloš has also given live interviews and broadcasts on BBC Radio 2 – Friday Night is Music Night, BBC Radio 3 In Tune, World Music on BBC 3, The Strand World of Music BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, Classic FM, ABC and Serbian national radio and television networks. Miloš is extremely grateful to Burton Bradstock Festival for generous support towards his professional music career. He is an official artist and exclusively performs on the Pigini Accordions. Milos has recently recorded his solo debut album on the Nimbus label which will be released in 2018.
Miloš has recently recorded his solo debut album on the Nimbus label which will be released in 2018. www.milosmilivojevic.com, @milosaccordion