Partitura Project

Miloš Popović

“How can you define a ‘grand talent’? For me, it is the symbiosis between a sensitive force and subtle musicality, mixed with discipline and rigour. That’s what I find in Miloš.”
Maria João Pires

© Vladimir Popovic


Born in Belgrade in 1985, Miloš Popović began learning the piano at the age of 10 with Siniša Radojčić and from his first lesson, he knew it was to become his life companion, as well as his means of expression. He studied at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad with Biljana Gorunović then at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles alongside Yevgeny Moguilevsky, a collaboration that lasted more than 10 years. He studied further at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel with Abdel Rahman El Bacha. Since 2014 he has worked closely with Maria João Pires and subsequently became an integral member of the Partitura Project. He is also an avid member of Equinox, another project founded by Maria João Pires which creates children’s choirs in underprivileged areas with the aim of learning through music and developing stability in their lives.

As part of this project Miloš has already performed at the Cemal Resit Rey Concert Hall Istanbul, Birmingham Town Hall, Flagey Brussels and Gstaad Menuhin Festival and future highlights include enagagements in Pinerolo and Lugano. He has also performed at many festivals including the Menuhin Gstaad Festival, Schubertiades Porrentruy, Menton and Radio-France Montpellier. Miloš has also worked with many orchestras thus far in his career, including the English Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie, Youth Orchestra of the Americas, McGill Chamber Orchestra and Antwerp’s DeFilharmonie under conductors including Augustin Dumay, Carlos Miguel Prieto, Isaac Karabtchevsky, Boris Brott and François Deppe. He is also an avid chamber musician performing regularly with violinist Nikita Boriso-Glebsky and soprano Talar Dekrmanjian.

Highlights of the 17/18 season will include shared recitals with Maria-João Pires in Lugano (LAC), Baerum (Kulturhus), Bonn (Beethovenhaus), Dortmund (Konzerthaus), Cambridge (Camerata Musica), Birmingham (Town Hall).

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