Milica Rogulja

(Belgrade, 25th December, 1950), studied composition in the Music Academy in Belgrade with Enriko Yosif and from 1985 onwards was a student at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome under the guidance of composer Mauro Bortolotti. Hailed in many parts of Europe as one of the most interesting composers of her generation, her works have been performed throughout Europe and include: Oltre La Grammatica, for chamber ensemble and soprano (which was awarded second prize from the Association of Serbian Composers, 1987), Dostojno jest, for soprano and symphony orchestra, Rome, (2000), commissioned for the Jubilee Celebrations organised by the Fondazione Adkins Chiti: Donne in Musica. Other works include: Brahman, for tenor, mixed choir and symphony orchestre (1983), Prize of City (Belgrade), Psaltikia, for 20 flutes and tenor (1981), Sonata, for violin and piano (1974), Morning songs, for baritone, flute and piano (1973), Pasacaglia, for symphony orchestra (1984), Ricercar - Quasi una entelechia, for symphony orchestra (1987).