Miroslav Pavlović, concertmaster

Orchestra member since 1997

I take special pride in the fact that, as the concertmaster of the best orchestra in Serbia, I have had opportunities to perform with some of today’s leading artists – Zubin Mehta, Maxim Vengerov and Julian Rachlin, to name but a few. I am proud of having won the City of Belgrade October Award.

I am a man who likes the first and second beer after a concert, fishing and taekwondo. I like playing with children and watching films. This is all I could think of.



The Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra’s Concertmaster Miroslav Pavlović was born in Kragujevac, Serbia. He was a student at the School for Music Talents in Ćuprija and then enrolled the Belgrade Faculty of Music, where he was mentored by Prof. Aleksandar Pavlović. In 1999, he was appointed the Concertmaster of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed with acclaimed international artists, including Zubin Mehta, Michail Jurowski, Nikolai Lugansky, Mischa Maisky, Uroš Lajovic, Muhai Tang and others.


Miroslav appears both as a soloist, most notably with his resident orchestra, as well as with the “Stanislav Binički” Serbian Army Orchestra, the Serbian Chamber Orchestra, pianists Ivana Pavlović, Bilјana Gorunović, Katarina Pipović and other esteemed artists.


Chamber music is a particularly significant and prominent aspect of his musicianship. Pavlović is engaged as the first violin of the Mokranjac String Quartet, Artistic Leader of the Belgrade Philharmonic Octet, the first violin of the Ars string quartet, associate of many chamber ensembles in Serbia and abroad. As a chamber musician, he has cooperated with Gordan Nikiolić, Jane Thomsen, Aleksandar Šandorov, Sandra Belić, Ljilјana Nestorovska, Hagai Shaham and many others.


Pavlović teaches at the Academy of Arts Novi Sad.