Dalibor Miklavčič was born in Ljubljana/Slovenia and studied Organ, and Composition in Vienna (University of Music) before specializing in Early Music in Milan with Lorenzo Ghielmi. Already young he won several prizes at European organ competitions (a. o. EMCY 1989 and 1992) and vividly performs in most European states (Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Czech republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Great Britain, Luxembourg, France, Netherlands, Russia, Hungary, Poland, Rumania, Latvia, Spain, Slovenia) and in Asia. His organ CDs were acclaimed in the international press (e.g. »Orgel International«, Germany). He also spends much of his time on interpretations and research on two most exciting instruments: Pedal Pianoforte and Pedal Harpsichord. He received most positive concert reviews in Europe and currently works on a reconstruction of a romantic pianoforte with its pedalboard.
Dalibor Miklavčič’s pedagogic charisma and knowledge were noticed in several countries and are sought after; he served as visiting professor for Organ and for Improvisation at the Music University in Graz/Austria 2006-2009, is since 2007 lecturing at the Music Academy of the Ljubljana University and since 2000 at the St. Stanislaus College in Ljubljana, for some years prof. for Organ at the State Conservatoire simultaneously. He gives invited masterclasses for leading Music Academies in Europe (London-Royal College, Lübeck-Musikhochschule, Budapest-Franz Liszt Music Academy, Vienna Conservatoire, Göteborg Music Academy etc) or teaches at summer masterclasses in 15 European countries (among others as successor of Harald Vogel, for Thuringische Orgelakademie, Germany). Jury member of international organ competitions, among them the »Bach-Wettstreit an der Bachorgel«, Arnstadt. He performs also as duo-partner with baroque violinists (S. Standage, E. Onofri…) and soloist on keyboards with “Haydn Sinfonietta Wien” on original instruments. He also recorded with the mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink and bass-baritone Marcos Fink.
Dalibor Miklavčič served as President of the Slovenian Organ Society 2000-2005. Since 1995 he has designed some 25 new organs of  Slovene Organbuliders (among which copies of  Z. Hildebrandt 2007 and Cavaillé-Coll 2008 gained international renown) and made organ music popular in his country with well over 100 broadcasts on the national Radio Slovenia.