Vladimir Cvijić is an associate professor in the Department of Piano, Faculty of Music Arts, University of Arts Belgrade. He received his D.A. (Doctor in Arts) in 2012 from the Faculty of Music Arts, University of Arts Belgrade. Vladimir is a laureate of a number of national and international competitions, including the Grand Prix Claude Kahn prize on the international competition Claude Kahn in Paris (1996). He also received award from Emil Hajek fund within Faculty of Music Arts, and October Award of the City of Belgrade. Vladimir participated in major festivals in the country and region such as BEMUS, NIMUS, Days of Culture in Vrnjacka banja, Vladimir Milosevic festival in Banja Luka, City Theatre in Budva, Skopje Summer festival, and Ohrid Summer festival.
He appeared as soloist with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, RTS Symphony Orchestra, Nis Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra Dusan Skovran, Serbian Chamber Orchestra, St. George Strings, a chamber quartet Bacchus from Salzburg, and collaborated with conductors such as Darinka Matic Marovic, Bojan Sudjic, Angel Surev, Yuri Aliev, Jordan Dafov, Vinsen Montey, Anatoly Novitzki. Vladimir also made a number of recordings for RTS, and two CDs with minimalistic music composed by Vladimir Tošić.