Milena Jancuric

Milena Jancuric is a flute player, born in Novi Sad, Serbia. During the school years she built her music education to the professional level studying and working with established musicians as Matt Marvuglio, Ljubiša Jovanović, Marco Pignataro, Danilo Perez, Fernando Brandao, Scott Free, Mitch Haupers and many more.

Berklee College of Music was a great inspiration for Milena’s musical growth. With a big joy for playing classical music, Milena also discovered her passion to improvise and compose her original music. In February 2013, she formed Milena Jancuric Trio and had her debut concert in Boston. Beside her solo career,

Milena’s resume includes performances at music festivals and music events all over the world (USA, Panama, Poland, France, Hungary, Italy, Israel,

Germany, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia).

She graduated in classical music performance at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in 2010, and

Performance studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA in 2013.

Milena took part in many concerts and projects as a soloist or member of the

chamber ensemble, orchestra, small groups as well as a studio musician. In past few years she was

collaborating with various music groups such as Aleksandar Dujin Orchestra, Ana Ćurčin, Nevena

Reljin, Lazar Novkov & Frame Orchestra, The New Now Trio, Sanja Markovic, Ehud Ettun, Yabuno

Ettun Project, Women of the World, Gaia Petrelli Willmer Octet, Tomoko Ozawa Quintet, etc...

Since 2016 she has been successfully collaborating with the musicians gathered around theInternal

Compass Institute in Jerusalem and Mitzpe Ramon (Israel) with whom she participated in a series of concerts workshops throughout Israel

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