Milena Injac Resume

MILENA INJAC, M.A. Conductor
Associate Professor, Music director and Conductor
Symphony Orchestra Faculty of Art
University of Nis, Serbia

Milena Injac was born in Nis, Serbia, in 1969. She took her Bachelor and Master of Arts Degrees in Orchestra, Opera and Choral Conducting at the Belgrade University of Arts Faculty of Music and perfected her skills at the Bartók Seminar (Peter Eotvos and Jorma Panula) and Vienna Master class (Salvador Mas Conde). With the Nis Chamber-Symphony Orchestra, Milena Injac won First Prize on the Chamber Orchestra Competition at the Third International “Music World Festival” in Fivizzano (Italy) in 2000, and First Prize with the Nis Chamber Choir at the Christmas Choir Festival in Katerini, Greece, 1999. She performed as symphonic and opera conductor in Serbia and Montenegro, Bosnia, Macedonia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Sweden, Spain and United Kingdom. Currently, she works as Associate Professor on the Faculty of Arts University of Nis and Chief Conductor of the Symphony Orchestra Faculty of Art, University of Nis. Milena Injac was a member of the Artistic Council of the Nis International Choir Festival and the Nis International Music Festival. She is awarded with Gold Badge – prestigious award of 20.International Choir Festival, Nis - Serbia 2004 for vocal-instrumental performances.

Updated:  December 23, 2008

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