Tijana Milaković, one of the most talented violinists of her generation, stood out early with her talent by winning first award at Remember Enescu competition in Romania, as well as G. Enescu special award. She catches the eye as a promising young Serbian artist with her 37 awards (mostly first prizes and laureates). After graduating from Petar Krančević Secondary Musical School in Sremska Mitrovica in the class of professor Olivera Milić Hiršer, Tijana continued her studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of professor Marija Jokanović. She graduated from her master studies with honors from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in the class of professor Miroslav Pavlović.
During her schooling, Milaković honed her skills in numerous master courses under eminent professors of today, such as Dejan Mihajlović, Dejan Bogdanović, Roman Simović, Yuri Kot, Meinhard Holler, and others. From 2011 to 2018 she received the Albert Eckstein scholarship and used the violin of Josef Anton Haf from 1824. She participated in an important project Filhademija created by Belgrade Philharmonic orchestral academy, an institution which has been an important part of her upbringing ever since 2008, and Belgrade Children’s Philharmonic Orchestra. She passed the audition for first tutti violins in Belgrade Philharmonic (2021). She won numerous acknowledgments for her contribution to the culture of Sremska Mitrovica City.
Apart from her soloist career, she is extremely active as chamber and orchestra musician. She held noticeable performances, amongst which are those with pianist Milena Hirsher, guitarist Ivana Mirosavljević, and pianist Aleksandar Cundra in multimedia performance Maestro, chamber orchestras such as Camerata Serbika and Camerata Novi Sad. She is currently active as a member of Salzburg Philharmonic orchestra, Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra, Belgrade Symphony, and others.