leads a versatile career as a pianist, harpsichordist, chamber musician and lecturer. She is currently a staff member at Faculty of Arts, University of Niš and is writing up her artistic doctorate degree at University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Music. After winning prizes at many national and international competitions in her home country Serbia, she received a scholarship from the Wall Trust to study music at the distinguished Purcell School in London. She graduated in solo piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and subsequently obtained postgraduate degrees in chamber music and historical performance with the highest marks.

Awards include prizes at the Broadwood competition for harpsichordists, and in the category for collaborative pianists at the Royal Over-Seas League music competition, the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and the Henry Richardson Award (Musicians’ Benevolent Fund).

As an active chamber musician and continuo player, she collaborates with many ensembles and individuals. Recent projects were realized with the Ensemble Metamorphosis, New Belgrade Opera, Belgrade Baroque Academy, St. George Strings and with many notable singers and instrumentalists.

Concert engagements include performances in the UK, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Norway and Island. Most noted are appearances in Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, St. John’s Smith’s Square, St. Martin-in-the-Fields and Buckingham Palace. She also participated in the Cheltenham Festival, London City, Oxford Lieder, Tudeley, Hampstead/Highgate, Steve Reich and Hendl festivals as well as in all major festivals in Serbia.

Bojana has recorded for radio and television programmes for Radio Belgrade 1 & 2 and TV channels RTS 1, RTS 2 and RTS Digital. She is on the Editorial Team of the scientific journal Facta Universitatis: Visual Arts and Music.