Milica Đorđević (1984, Serbia) graduated in composition from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, where she also specialized in Sound and Music Recording and Production. With special recognitions, she finished her postgraduate studies at the Conservatory of Strasbourg, and continued further education at the Institute of IRCAM in Paris. At the moment, she is working on her doctoral thesis in Dresden and Berlin.

Ms. Đorđević attended numerous professional courses, festivals and contests – MUSICA (France, 2009),  Ars Musica (Belgium, 2009), 44th International Summer Course for New Music Darmstadt (Germany, 2008), Acanthes (France, 2007, 2009 and 2010), YCM and International Gaudeamus Music Week (Holland, 2006), International Review of Composers (Serbia, 2006, 2008), ISA Prague-Vienna-Budapest (Austria, 2005), International Bartỏk International Summer Seminar and Festival (Hungary, 2004), YoungArtistFestival (Germany, 2003).

She received many international awards and recognitions and actively cooperates with musicians, like: Arditti Quartet, Neue Vocalsolisten, Orchestre National de Lorraine, L’arsenale, Jean Deroyer, Emanuele Torquati, Francesco Dillon, Cerys Jones.

Her music was performed and broadcast in Serbia, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Austria, Holland, Great Britain.

The works of Milica Đorđević are classified in the archive library of The Paul Sacher Foundation in Basel.

GREY (SIVO), for alto flute, bass clarinet, viola, cello and piano, was performed for the first time in 2005 by the ensemble on_line_vienna during The International Summer Academy Prague-Vienna-Budapest in Austria. The composition was awarded the first prize ISA 2005.

GREY is still grey, maybe even darker.