Pianist Dina Miletic (Belgrade, 1990) received her elementary and high music education at the Mokranjac School of Music in Belgrade, in the classes of prof. Marija Tasovac and prof. Jasmina Joksimovic. She continued her education at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, where she completed her undergraduate and master studies in the class of prof. Dejan Stošić. At the same time, she collaborated with prof. Arbom Waldm, and within his class she completed her specialist studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. After that, she continued her studies at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp in class with renowned pianist Polina Leshchenko. During her education, she has won numerous awards at competitions and has performed in many Belgrade concert halls. She has attended master classes of Professors Boris Romanov, Arba Valdma, Piet Kuyken, Darius Ntaka, Era Hainonen, Antony Romaniuk, Sergei Leshchenko, Polina Leshchenko, Michael Ude and Edmund Dave. She has performed at festivals in Belgium, Serbia, Estonia, Croatia and has participated in numerous projects as a soloist and chamber musician. During the season of 2014/2015 Dina Miletic was an assistant repeater in the premiere of “Don Giovanni” produced by the Flemish Opera. Her performances were broadcast by Radio Belgrade, and as a soloist she played with the Army Art Ensemble Stanislav Binicki. In order to enrich his performances, he creates projects that are interdisciplinary in nature. She is currently pursuing her doctoral studies at the University of the Arts – study program Multimedia Arts, works at the National Theater in Belgrade as a ballet accompanist and collaborates with the Cultural Element organization as a pianist and music editor.
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