Milica Milanović is a solo singing professor at the music school SOSMO "Vida Matjan" in Kotor. She graduated from the music academy in Istočno Sarajevo in the class of Professor Milica Stojadinović, and obtained her master's degree at the same faculty in the class of Professor Aleksandra Ristić.
She has won numerous awards, including first place at the "Bruna Špiler" competition and the "Oper-Oder-Spree" scholarship in 2012, which she now leads. She has performed in many countries such as Italy, Poland, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Albania, Serbia, Croatia, and Montenegro.
Milica has played the roles of Sister Angelica (Giacomo Puccini), Mara (Đani Skikić), and Katyusha in the musical "Dream of Boka". She has performed at festivals such as "Don Brankovi Days of Music" - KotorArt, Operosa; with orchestras conducted by Radovan Papović, Miro Homen, and Julia Marić. She was a member of a chamber choir led by Mr. Rade Radović, which resulted in two released CDs and a monograph entitled "A Decade of Chamber Choir Work."
In addition to her performances, her students are now also festival participants, award winners, and scholarship recipients.