Nastasja Vojinovic began her elementary and music education in Montenegro, and then continued in Belgrade, Serbia, at the department for highly gifted students at the Music School “Kosta Manojlovic“. At the age of 16, she enrolled in undergraduate studies for music performance at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, in the studio of Gordana Matijevic Nedeljkovic. Upon earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Belgrade, she moved to Philadelphia where she earned another Master’s as well as a Professional Studies Certificate in music performance in the studio of Dr. Eduard Schmieder. She is currently studying with Professor Wen Qian at the Mannes School of Music. Nastasja has played in many orchestras in Belgrade. Apart from the school orchestra she played as a soloist of Belgrade Children’s Philharmonic and was also a member of the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra Borislav Pascan, who with she has many times appeared as concert master and soloist on the main stage of the National Theatre in Belgrade. As a student, she started to play in Belgrade Strings Dusan Skovran, whom she played with as a soloist in the Grand Hall of Kolarac in 2013 in Belgrade. That same year she played in the orchestra of the Penderecki Music Academy in Germany, that performed in Poland, Germany, and the Netherlands. In 2015. she participated in the isa International Summer Academy in Semmering, Austria. Nastasja gave many recitals and had appearances in halls such as the Artget Gallery of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade, in the Grand Hall of the Music School Stankovic, Belgrade, in the Gallery of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, in the hall of the Guarnerius Art Centre, the Grand Hall and the Gallery of the Kolarac Foundation in Belgrade, the Grand Hall of the Cultural Center Banski Dvor in Banja Luka (Republic of Srpska), Cultural Center Budo Tomovic in Podgorica (Montenegro), Cultural Center in Bijelo Polje (Montenegro), Bolshoi Music Festival on Mokra Gora, Temple Performing Arts Center, Verizon Hall of Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Alice Tully Hall of Lincoln Center in New York City… This past summer she performed a solo recital at the renowned KotorArt Festival in Montenegro, as a part of the Don Branko’s Music Days. Nastasja has won many medals in the country and abroad. Apart from the first prizes in school and national competitions, the most important are the medals from the International Competition of Young Violinists in Barletta, the International Competition Petar Toskov (Belgrade 2007), second prize at the International Competition Petar Konjovic (Belgrade 2009, 2015), third prize at the International Competition Alexander Glazunov in Paris (France 2007), honorary mention of the first degree at The International Violin Competition Jaroslav Kocian, (Usti nad Orlice, Ch. Republic, 2010), first prize at The International Competition Stringfest in Sremska Mitrovica (Serbia, 2013). Together with her friend and pianist Sonja Markovic, she played many concerts and competitions where they won first prizes at the National Competition of Serbia (2014), the International Competition in Chamber Music Davorin Jenko (Belgrade, 2014) and at the International Competition Donne in Musica in Kragujevac, Serbia (2014). Her first performance in the USA as a soloist – at the competition Young Classical Virtuosos of Tomorrow (2017)- brought her Gold medal. She was awarded the Hellen Kwalwasser Prize for excellence in the study of a stringed instrument at Temple University for the 2017/18 year. Nastasja’s string quartet Vae Soli achieved great success during the studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Besides regular performances in recitals and chamber music concerts organized by the school, they had appeared in festivals like Kult and Bolshoi. They also won the first prize at the Stringfest in Sremska Mitrovica in 2013. Nastasja took masterclasses with professors Vladislav Bobic, Blagorodna Taneva, Regina Brandstatter, Eduard Schmieder, Zoran Milenkovic, Dejan Bogdanovic, Timur Melnik, Vesna Stankovic, Stefan Milenkovic, Roman Simovic, Pavel Vernikov, Eszter Haffner, Ulf Wallin, Benjamin Schmid, and others.