Ana Kazimic (born 1985, Slovenia, lives in Serbia) graduated from primary and secondary music school as the best student in her generation, after which she was received by His Royal Highness Aleksandar Karadjordjevic in White palace, Belgrade. She acquired her BA and MA degrees at the Academy of Arts, Novi Sad, composing ballet music as her final graduation project. She finished Doctoral academic studies of composition at the Faculty of Music of the University of Arts, Belgrade, with a dance fantasia as her final doctoral artistic project.
She was the laureate of the young composers’ competition held under the auspices of Triorca project initiated by Norfolk County Council’s Music Service in England in 2012. At the International Composition Competition commemorating the 1700th anniversary of the Edict of Milan, her piece was awarded as the best.
Ana has performed as a pianist, dancer, and choral singer (in Serbia, Spain, Portugal, France, Austria, Germany, Italy, and Hungary). During one season she was a composer, choreographer, and dancer at the National Theatre in Belgrade. From among her dance awards, she singles out the first place at the 2013 World Competition.