Momir, the director of Adagio Music Institute, is known as a soloist and chamber musician who performed in various festivals and occasions across the world. He was the first classical accordionist to perform at the EU parliament in Bruxelles. Momir has won over 40 awards in international music competitions. In 2008 he won the accordion Coupe Mondiale in Glasgow, Scotland and took the 2nd place on the international accordion competition “Città di Castelfidardo” in Italy, which are the highlights of his competition carrier. In 2011 he received Ambassador Club prize in Lugano as the reward for his musical achievements and in 2014 the 2nd prize on the internal all-instruments competition Prix Credit Suisse at conservatory of Lugano. In the class of Leslaw Skorski, at Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, he gained the title of Master in Arts of Music Pedagogy. At the same university Momir finished the Bachelor of Arts in Music. He was also specialising in concert performance with Stephane Chapuis at the music academy of Lausanne, Switzerland. His career was supported by Fritz Gerber foundation and by HRH Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia. He is currently teaching music at the British International School of Stavanger. Momir’s students have won several prizes at international competitions across Europe.