Miloš Marinković (1992) is a musicologist, research associate at the Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. He graduated from the Department of Musicology of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (2015), where he also completed his master’s studies (master’s thesis: New Cultural-Festival Perspectives in Croatia and Serbia as a Result of the Socio-Political Transformation of the Music Festival in the SFRY /2016/). In 2023, he completed his doctoral academic studies in musicology at the Faculty of Music, defending his doctoral dissertation under the title Yugoslav Festivals of Contemporary Music Established During the Sixties of the Twentieth Century: Interconnections of Artistic, Social and Political Platforms (mentor Dr. Dragana Stojanović-Novičić).
As a scholarship holder of the CEEPUS program (Central European exchange program for university studies), during his doctoral studies, he was engaged in research in Slovenia, at the Department of Musicology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (2019). Also, during his studies, he was a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the Education Fund of the City of Smederevo.
He participated at national and international conferences in the country (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kragujevac, Niš) and in the region (Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Split). He gave several public lectures within the Forum of the Institute of Musicological SASA, as well as at the Student Cultural Center in Belgrade. Furthermore, he was a member of the Organizing Committees of the scientific conferences of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and the Institute of Musicological SASA, dedicated to the work of composer Ivan Jevtić (2019), young researchers in the field of musicology and ethnomusicology (2020), and audiovisual heritage (2021).
He participated in the project of the Institute of Musicology SASA, Serbian musical identities within local and global frameworks: traditions, changes, challenges (2018–2019), and he is currently engaged in the project Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Serbia: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society, within of The Program IDEAS of The Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia (2022–2024, head Dr. Ivana Medić).
In addition to the monographic study, which is an edited version of his master’s thesis, he has also published articles in collections of papers and scientific journals (Musicology, New Sound, Matica Srpska Journal of Stage Arts and Music, Mokranjac, Music, Culture, Sveske, Koraci). He is one of the editors of the Sound and Word edition, on the occasion of the seventy years of the Institute of Musicological SASA (2018).
His research interests are focused on contemporary music, music festivals, music and politics, especially in former socialist countries.
He is a member of the Musicology and Ethnomusicology section at the Composers’ Association of Serbia and the Serbian Musicological Society.
He has been employed at the Institute of Musicological SASA since 2018.
Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Serbia: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society, Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia, RS-7750287, Institute of Musicology SASA, project leader: Dr Ivana Medić, 2022–2024.