Miloš Bralović (1991) completed bachelor (2014) masters (2015) and doctoral (2023) studies at the Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music in Belgrade. In 2016, he enrolled in postgraduate Musicology programme at the same institution. During undergraduate and graduate studies, he received a scholarship of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. During graduate studies he was volunteering in the Serbian Composers’ Association (academic year 2014/2015). At the same time, he attended Jean Monnet Module in the domain of EU studies titled Musical Identities and European Perspective: Interdisciplinary Approach (led by full professor Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, PhD, No. 553391-EPP-1-2014-1-RSEPPJMO-MODULE). He appeared in a radio broadcast in the show The Time of Music (Vreme muzike), on Radio Belgrade 2, moderated and edited by Zorica Premate, 5 July 2016. The broadcast was dedicated to students’ papers created within the module. His master thesis, Elements of Modernism in Josip Slavenski’s String Quartets, supervised by Marija Masnikosa, PhD, 30 September 2015. He defended doctoral dissertation titled The works of the Composers of the Prague Group after World War II in the Context of European Modernist Tendencies, under the supervision of Dragana Stojanović Novičić, PhD, full professor, on 27 April 2023.
Having completed graduate studies, he volunteered in the Belgrade Philharmonic, as the author of texts for blog Metronome (seasons 2015/2016 and 2016/2017), and also as the author of programme booklets (season 2016/2017).
During the second year of postgraduate studies (2017/2018), he attended Jean Monnet Module in the domain of EU studies titled Music and Art in Shaping European Cultural Identity (led by full professor Marija Masnikosa, PhD, No. 587577-EPP-1-2017-1-RS-EPPJMO-MODULE).
He had his papers published in the following journals: Mokranjac, New Sound International Journal of Music, AM Journal of Art and Media Studies, Musicology, INSAM Journal of Contemporary Music, Art and Technology; collections of papers: Musicological Network/Musicology in a Network, Musical Identities and European Perspective. Collection of Students’ Papers, Music, Image. Transpositions, Translations, Transformations…, but also in the collective edition of master thesis Wunderkammer/Their Masters’ Voices, and international collections of papers The East, The West, The In-Between in Music (Munich: Allitera Verlag), Music, Individuals and Contexts. Dialectical Interactions (Roma: Universitalia), Music as Heritage and Novelty (Cham: Springer).
Starting from 2018, he works as a junior-researcher, and since 2020 as a researcher at the Institute of Musicology, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He worked within several projects: Identities of Serbian Music from Local to Global Frames: traditions, changes, challenges (No. 177004, finalized in 2019), financed by Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. In 2019, he was included in the project Beyond Quantum Music (2019–2022, EU Grant), and from 2022 on a Project Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Serbia: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society (No. 7750287, 2022–2024), financed by Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia. From October 2019 until the end of 2021, he was a secretary of the Editorial Board of the journal Musicology, published by the Institute of Musicology, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He was one of the co-editors of the collection of papers Shaping the Present through the Future. Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Contemporaneity, published by the Institute of Musicology SASA, 2021. In October 2022, within the Serbian Musicological Society he organized a concert-lecture dedicated to Stanislav Binički (1872–1942), on occasion of 150 years of birth and 80 years of death of this composer.
He is a member of Serbian Musicological Society, and from October 2022 its deputy secretary, Serbian Composers’ Association (music writers’ section) and one of the founders and a member of Association for Preservation, Research and Promotion of Music “Serbian Composers”.
APPMES – Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Serbia: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society, 2022–2024, No. 7750287.
Grant no. 451-03-68/2020-14/200176 (Institute of Musicology SASA, Belgrade), 2020–.
Beyond Quantum music, 2019–2022, No. 559695-CREA-1-2015-1-CULT-COOP1