Lorraine Milovac is the Artistic Director of Belle Voci, a community-based, adult treble choral ensemble, and is in her twenty-fifth year as the Director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Treble Choral Ensemble. A recently retired high  school choral director, Ms. Milovac taught in the Upper St. Clair and Woodland Hills school districts. During her tenures, she conducted multiple-level choirs, sponsored both the International Thespian Society and Tri-M Music Honor Society, and served as vocal director for the musicals. Her choirs and students were consistently selected to perform in the PMEA All-State and NAfME All-Eastern Division and National conferences. She has served as guest conductor for ACDA,  PMEA, and County Chorus festivals.

Ms. Milovac is the Assistant Director of Music at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania, having previously served churches in the Serbian Orthodox and United Methodist traditions. She has performed in Europe with the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, and locally with the Masterworks Concert Chorale, the Czarica Milica Serbian Women’s Choir, and Voces Solis’ Summer Singers. Lorraine was chosen in 2009 as one of the top one-hundred teachers in eighty-three school districts for the Teacher Excellence Center program. In 2023, Ms. Milovac was the recipient of the PMEA Citation of Excellence Award, a recognition given to PMEA members who have made lasting contributions in their area of teaching.

In addition to her work as conductor-clinician, Ms. Milovac teaches private voice, piano, and musical theatre classes, and maintains an active presence in professional, community, and high school theatre productions as performer, vocal director, and musician. Ms. Milovac has served as the Accompanist and Assistant Director for the Hamlisch-Page Student Choir of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PNC Pops). She holds membership in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA), NAfME: National Association for Music Education, and the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).


  • B.S., Indiana University of Pennsylvania


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