Belgrade, Serbia

Olga Milićević conductor


Title Composer Lyrics
Come Again John Dowland (1563-1626) Anonymous
Jesenske Noći (Autumn Nights) Josip Slavenski (1896-1955) National
Adios Nonino (Goodbye grandpa) Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Do tri momi Dragan Šuplevski (1933-2001) National


The choir „Equilibrium“ was founded in 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia. During it’s short artistic activity the choir has participated in numerious concerts and events in country and abroad. The repertoire includes opuses of world authors from all epochs and styles. The choir’s aim is to reach the highest level of interpretation of classical, religious, national and contemporary choral music.

The conductor of the choir is Olga Milićević, on whose initiative the choir was founded as a mixed, chamber ensemble. Olga Milićević was born in 1987 in Belgrade, Serbia. In 2012 she finished Master studies on the Faculty of Musical Arts in Belgrade with a degree in choral and orchestral conducting. During her career she worked and collaborated with many choirs and orchestras in the country and abroad. In 2012 she founded mixed choir „Equilibrium“ and started conducting the vocal group „Sv. Arhangel Mihailo“. In 2013 she won the „Vojislav Ilic“ award for the best conductor on the festival of sacred music „ Choirs between the frescoes " (Horovi među freskama).

Belgrade is the capital and the largest city of Serbia. It is located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, and its name translates to “White city”. It has the old and the New part of town which combines the historical and modern concept of art and living.