Mina Marinković

Mina Marinković, born in 1991 in Belgrade, completed her undergraduate and master’s studies for harp at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. She participated many national and international competitions, winning a number of awards.


Her notable achievements are the first prize and the EMCY award for outstanding performance at the 2011 International Competition Petar Konjović in Novi Sad, the special Camac Harps award at the 2013 International Harpist Competition in Velenje, Slovenia, and participation in the 2013 International Harpist Competition in Bloomington, Indiana, USA.


In addition to numerous solo concerts, her highlights were performances of Handel’s Harp Concerto with the Symphony Orchestra of the Faculty of Music, the Dušan Skovran String Orchestra, as well as the concert Nature Makes Sense with the Muzikon chamber orchestra, among others. The latter was recognized as one of the top ten concerts in 2020 by critics in the daily newspaper Politika.


She has appeared at various festivals such as BEMUS, NOMUS, KoMA, BELEF, FESTUM, and the International Harp Festival, among many others.


Mina is actively involved in performing chamber music for the harp and has collaborated with numerous musicians. She is the founder of the artistic ensemble Homunculus.

Currently, she holds the position of a harp professor at the Stanković Music School in Belgrade and performs as a solo harpist for the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.