Andrijana Acimovic, second flute

Andrijana Acimovic was born in 1993 in Uzice.


She commenced her undergraduate modern flute studies in 2013 at the Hochschule für Music in Mainz, studying under Professor Dejan Gavric.


During her undergraduate years at the music academy in Mainz, alongside the modern flute, she also showed great interest in playing baroque traverso flute under the guidance of Professor Susanne Kaiser.


She collaborated with renowned educators and soloists such as Sarah Louvion, Thomas Richter, Maxence Larrieu, Stefanie Winker, Natasa Maric, and others.


She began her masters studies in 2017 at the Hochschule fur Music und Theater in Hamburg in the class of Professor Jürgen Franz.


Andrijana has performed with numerous symphony and chamber orchestras in Mainz, Wiesbaden, Hanau, Koblenz, Frankfurt, Hamburg, etc. During the 2015/16 concert season, she held the position of second flute in the Philharmonisches Staatsorchester in Mainz, Germany. In the following season, she was engaged as a freelance artist in the same orchestra.


In 2018, she received a full scholarship by the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation. Since then, she has been actively performing with several chamber ensembles. In the same year, she was awarded a scholarship for talented students by the City of Hamburg’s Ministry of Science (Leistungsstipendium der Behörde für Wissenschaft und Forschung Hamburg).


From November 2021, she is the resident musician in the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra holding the position of the second flute piccolo.