Ana Marković

(Belgrade, 7th July, 1977), completed music high school studies in flute and currently studies musicology in the Faculty of Music in Belgrade alongside world literature and literature theory in the Philology Faculty. She started writing during high school, with encouragement from composer Biljana Vasiljević-Drašković, creating works for flute and piano, duets and songs. New impetus came when, in 2002, she joined Kinovia, an ensemble dedicated to the performance of acoustic and electro acoustic music evoking distant imaginary worlds with sounds resembling folk music, and based on her love of mystical poetry. She is active as a flautist, occasionally playing keyboard, as a vocalist and is co-author of a series of albums: Snenia (2002), Basilico (2003) and Knjiga Pelinova (2007), the compilation Songs for Aliénor (2005) and Ninaj, ninaj. She has worked with Doplgenger on the experimental project Mirage_Inter (performed at the Cultural centre Studentski grad, 2008) and is active as a composer and arranger of music for acoustic performances, using elements of jazz and blues improvisation.