Tatjana Milošević received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in composition from the Faculty of Music of the University of Arts in Belgrade, under the tutelage of Profesor Zoran Eric, who also acted as her mentor during her doctoral studies. In 2013, Tatjana successfully defended her PhD thesis, a chamber opera composition titled Who Killed Princess Mond. She now is a tenured professorat the same department and teaches composition to students at the Academy of Arts of the University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a visiting lecturer. Her pieces have been performed across the world, at numerous important festivals and concerts of contemporary music. Over the years Tatjana has collaborated withmany renowned international and local artists and ensembles, such as the RTS Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Strings of St. George , Construction Site Contemporary Music Ensemble , Motion Trio, Singidunum Trio, Collegium Musicum Academic Choire, Belgrade Baroque,Het Trio (Netherlands), De Ereprijs (Netherlands), Creo (USA), to men�on only a few. Out of her many works, several compositions stand out: The Lights of Betelgeuse or the Secret of a Red Giant (World Music Days in Seoul, South Korea, in 1997, and Beijing, China, in 2018); CoinciDance , a ballet; symphonic compositions Green with Buzz and Ludus Mimesis; Spyro ; Random ; Whilst Thinking of You, written for piano and string orchestra, and a mini opera, Adonis and Galatea Sponsored by UNESCO, she participated in Waterproof, a project that included a performance and publication of her electronic piece Tribute for Fort Honswijk. Tatjana is a r ecipient of numerous Serbian and international music awards.