Jokut Mihailovic was born in Uzbekistan. She is a professor in the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. She graduated Music at the Moscow Conservatory Tchaikovsky in prof. Ludmila Roščine’s class and masters in class of prof. Leonid Brumberg. Her professional, artistic and teaching career is related to areas of Serbia and the former Yugoslavia. She performed as a soloist with numerous symphonic and chamber orchestras and has made a number of solo concerts. Especially notable is her artistic cooperation with well-known violinist Marina Jašvili, with whom she performed all over Yugoslavia and Russia. She realized a series of remarkable sound and video recordings for radio and television stations in the country and abroad.
She started her teaching career at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, where she became a full professor, was the chatedra chair and then at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. In addition to these high schools, she worked as a visiting professor at the Music Academy in Sarajevo and Skopje. Since 2002., She is The head of the piano department of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. As a pedagogue, she has led to a number of students to the academic degree, affirming them at reputabled international piano competitions and public performances at home and abroad. Many of them work successfully at home and abroad as teachers in high schools, concert artists and professors (Kemal Gekić, Aleksandar Serdar, Biljana Gorunović, Michael Zurković, Natasha Dukan, Natasa Sarcevic, Marina Milic and many others).
In addition to the pedagogical work at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade and the Academy of Art, she often received invitations to participate in the work of juries for international piano competitions in Poland, Italy, Romania, Greece, Bulgaria, the former Yugoslavia and Serbia. She is the winner of the Medal of Merit of the Republic of Poland in area of culture, a golden plaque of the University of Arts in Belgrade and also a plaque at the University of Novi Sad.