Radoš Malidžan started his music education when he was ten, played his first recital already at the age of 12 in Sarajevo. Since then, he gave numerous classical guitar concerts in Montenegro, as well as throughout Europe, and performed and recorded for national broadcasting networks such as RTV Montenegro, RTV Serbia, and other - RTV Vijesti, RTV Atlas, RTV Elmag. His performances include concerts given at the most prestigious music festivals in Montenegro, such as A tempo (Podgorica), Decembarski dani kulture (Podgorica), Guitar Summer Fest – Herceg Novi, Bar Guitar Fest, concerts in Norway (Margareta Kyrkan, Oslo; Sigurd Lie Salen, University of Agder, Kristiansand,  Gitarkonsertserien, Sarpsborg, Oslo Gitarskole), Germany (Gewölbekeller der Stadtbücherei, Weimar), Romania (The Third Terra Siculorum International Guitar Festival), Serbia (Madlenianum Teatar).

He performed with “Collegium artisticum” from Sarajevo, Chamber Orchestra of RTVCG, and on concert tours with Oslo Guitar Ensemble, Norwegian guitarist Petter Richter, Norwegian soprano Silje Aker Johnsen, Montenegrin guitarist Jelica Mijanović, as well as with other singers, guitarists, choirs and ensembles. Norwegian label No 1 Music Group has recently released Internet publication of his album Life & Music. Radoš has been awarded Special and first prizes on domestic and international guitar competitions, among which is the third prize won at the first edition of International Guitar Festival Gitar Art, Belgrade. He learned from the most eminent teachers in the country Slavko Olujić, Miodrag Ćupić, Srđan Bulatović, Uroš Dojčinović, Vera Ogrizović. After four-years Bachelor studies at Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, class of professor Vera Ogrizović, he finished two-years postgraduate studies at Musikkonservatoriet in Kristiansand, Norway with professor Jan Erik Pettersen and received Master`s degree two years later at Norges Musikkhøgskole, Oslo, Norway, where he studied with professor Erik Stenstadvold.

At the same time he also earned Master degree at Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, class of professor Vera Ogrizović. Radoš attended master classes of some of the world’s best guitarists: Oscar Giglia, Carlo Marchione, Raffael Andia, Aniello Desiderio, Edin Karamazov, Tomas Muller-Perring, Jose Miguel Moreno, Gerard Abiton, Ricardo Gallen and others. He regularly appears as a lecturer and a member of jury at international and domestic guitar festivals and competitions. He has recently been entrusted a work on reforming Montenegrin national educational programs for subject Guitar at Montenegrin music schools. He currently teaches in Art School for Music and Ballet Education “Vasa Pavić” in Podgorica.