Yugoslavia who began her
studies when she was five years old and went on to attend the Academy of Arts
in Novi Sad,
where she was a member of Camerata Academica.
May 1993, she helped premiere Ivana Stefanovic’s third string quartet at Belgrade’s Cvijeta Zuzoric Art
Pavilion. She moved to The
Netherlands in 1994 furthered her education at the Rotterdam
conservatories. Felipe Waller
dedicated De jaque,
sal gala y luna (Hommage to Pedro Infante)
to her and she performed it in 1999.
In 2000, she
became first violin with the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic and she
has also performed with the Hungry Gods, the Netherlands Radio Symphony
Orchestra, and The Raduga Ensemble. The Hungry Gods contributed one
track to the CD compilation, November
Music 2003. She has also
worked in duos with Hans Broek, Reinecke Broekhans, Boris Cicovacki, and Natalija Mladenovic.
March 2009, she performed in a program of music composed by Llubica Maric at the Belgrade
Philharmonics Hall. Llubica’s music was also the focus of a recital
on 11th April at the Gallery of Serbian Academy of Arts and
Sciences. Other highlights from
2009 included a celebration of composer Vojislav Vukovic’s
100th birthday, a Golden Globes award, a performance of
“Operator” by Florian Mayer and
“Violin Concerto” by Leos Janacek, and an appearance at the
Temple Air Show.
also an active member of Splendor Amsterdam, an artistic collective whose
hard work and passion is manifest in the conversion of a blighted building
into a like-new cultural mecca located in Holland’s