Tatjana Milošević Mijanović

(Vranje, 11 th July, 1970) received graduate and postgraduate degrees in composition and orchestration from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, with Zoran Erić. She works as an assistant professor in the same department. She attended master classes with Ligeti, Penderecki, Ferneyhough, Stockhausen, Andriessen and Schaffen. Her compositions have been presented in festivals and contemporary music concerts in Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, France, Italy, Holland, the USA, Denmark and Serbia. In 1997 she represented Serbia at one of the most prestigious contemporary music events - the ISCM World Music Days 1998 in Seoul, with Sjaj Betelgeza ili tajna crvenog džina (The Lights of Betelgeuse or The Secret of A Red Giant). She won second prize at the International competition of composers in Kiev in 1995, the first prize at the Seventh International Review of Composers in Belgrade in the student category for Ludus Mimesis, two Vasilije Mokranjać awards given by the Faculty of Music in 2003 for her ballet CoinciDance and in 2008 for her symphonic composition Green with Buzz. In 2001 she was visiting professor in the composition department of The Old Dominion University in Norfolk (Virginia), and in the same year took part in the multimedia project Waterproof organized by Fort Asperen and UNESCO of which the electronic piece Tribute for Honswijk was released as a CD. In 2002 the Dance Academy in Arnhem commissioned the ballet CoinciDance. Other works include: Animula Vagula Blandula (1991), Hesperidske jabuke (1993), Sjaj Betelgeza ili tajna crvenog džina (1995), Ludus Mimesis (1998), Buzzle (2000), Tribute for Fort Houswijk (2001), Spyro (2002).