Aleksandra Milutinović

(Belgrade, 25th November, 1980) composer, songwriter, producer and guitar player trained as a classical musician at the Josip Slavenski Music High School and later at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. Her first professional experiences were as a member of the pop-rock band Sedmi dan. At eighteen she was author of the lyrics, music and arrangements for the debut CD of Goca Tržan – U niskom letu. Since then, she has worked with many musicians and producers including Aleksandra Radović, Toše Proeski, Sergej Ćetković, Željko Joksimović, Jelena Tomašević, Maja Tatić, Boris Režak, Žak Haudek, Nina Badrić, Vanna, etc. She has won many awards, including the First prize at the Budva Festival in 2006 with the group Incanto and with Spavaj, the prize for the best songwriter at the Radio festival and the Beovizija Festival in 2005. She has worked with composer and producer Goran Kovačević since 2005 and together they wrote the song that represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Eurovision song contest in 2007.