Milan Milošević earned his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of British Columbia. He is a recipient the British Columbia Arts Council Award, the University of British Columbia Faculty of Graduate Studies Research Award and Graduate Award for Academic Excellence. He is a representative and endorsed artist of Légère Reeds, Canada, Silverstein Works, USA, and Stowasser J. Tarogato, Hungary. He is currently a clarinet instructor at the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM), Canada, and solo clarinet with the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO). Prior to his doctoral studies at the University of British Columbia, he was a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and clarinet instructor at the University of Manitoba. During his tenure, he was artistic founder and co-director of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Woodwind Ensemble and International ensemble Synergia 6. Milan Milošević was a featured soloist and ensemble performer at the Groundswell Contemporary Music Series and New Music Festival with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. He has been a featured artist in a number of CBC Radio 2 national broadcasts and numerous TV and radio broadcasts in Serbia. Most recently he has been a guest lecturer at academic conferences and masterclasses, including premiere performances of commissioned pieces at the Jackson State University, the University of British Columbia, the Zagreb Academy of Music, the Ljubljana Academy of Music, the Faculty of Music in Serbia and the Capilano University Music Department. He has performed with the Vancouver New Music Society, the Redshift Music Society and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, and as part of the University of Winnipeg Virtuosi Concert Series. The journal of the International Clarinet Association, The Clarinet, praised his extended clarinet performance techniques and his albums Pearls & Yarn and Pearls & Thrills, describing them as ‘eclectic, groundbreaking and innovative’. Milan Milošević is a featured artist of Summit Records, Arizona, USA, and Chroma Disc, Vancouver, Canada.