Milan Savić holds a master’s degree in saxophone from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (2014), and another, in clarinet, from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (2006). Over the course of his musical development, he has attended many schools and seminars, learning from world-renowned instructors. He has been teaching clarinet and saxophone at the Josip Slavenski Music School since 2006, and his students have won many prizes in various national and international competitions. Milan has also given master classes both at home and abroad, teaching at Alpen Classica Fest (Italy), Olympic Sax Festival (Greece), and during his concert tour in France with pianist Uki Ovaskainen. As a soloist, he has performed at Days of Mokranjac and other music festivals throughout Serbia, and at the Kolarac Foundation’s concert hall, playing along with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, RTS Symphony Orchestra, Metamorphosis Chamber Orchestra and Grand Chamber Orchestra. As an orchestral musician, he has performed and toured with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and the RTS Symphony Orchestra, both at home and abroad. He has also recorded for Radio Belgrade and premiered compositions written by Ivan Jevtić, Ivan Brkljačić, Ante Grgin, Aleksandar Sedlar, and others. Milan Savić is the director of the international saxophone festival Belgrade SAXperience. In 2017, he was presented with the Order of Arts and Letters, as a Knight of Arts, by the French Ministry of Culture and Literature.