Ivan Vukosavljević is a composer based in The Hague. He was born in 1986 in Serbia and he moved to the Netherlands in 2014. 

Ranging from solo to large ensemble works, his music often explores hidden potential of instruments using amplification, amplified instruments, unorhtodox playing techniques, improvisation, etc.

"A composer who really understands the physicality of sound, sculpting powerful, unnerving structures out of an economy of means. His work balances the big picture and inner detail very convincingly. He shapes colour with great attention, working towards ever more dense but refined sonic combinations. His beautifully conceived works reveal shimmering details and captivating harmonic processes underneath a monolithic surface." (Jury, Gaudeamus 2017).

In 2015 his work 'Trills, Spills & Bellyaches' for solo electric guitar was nominated for the Tera de Marez Oyens prize (and performed) performed during Gaudeamus Muziekweek. In the following year his work 'The Atlas Slave', written for Ensemble Klang in 2016 was nominated for the Gaudeamus award. His collaboration with Gaudeamus went on to produce several works,  including: 'Ghost in the piano' for electric guitar/piano hybrid instrument, 'Still Life' for large ensemble co-commisioned with Orkest de Ereprijs and his newest piece 'The Burning' for 5 prepared/tabletop/ebow guitars + amplified ensemble, co-commissioned with Ensemble Klang.

He is the winner of several commission prizes including for 'Ghost' for bass clarinet and vibraphone by Listenpony (UK) and for 'Strata' for string quartet and vibraphone by ICon Arts festival (RO). 

Other notable performances include Rewire festival (NL), LeGuessWho? (NL), Music in PyeongChang (KR), Mise-En Festival (USA), International Review of Composers (SRB), Zeitgeist (USA), Lucerne Festival (CH), and others.

He has also collaborated with: Kluster5 (NL), Stargaze (DE), LP Duo (SRB), ConTempo String Quartet (IRL), N A S Duo (UK), Ensemble Metamorphosis (SRB).

He studied composition at the University of Arts (Faculty of Music) in Belgrade and at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague.