Tijana Andrejic, one of the most eminent serbian pianist, was born in 1986 in Novi Sad, Serbia. She graduated at "Isidor Bajic" Music School in Novi Sad as "The best student of generation" receiving the honor to be invited by Royal Family of Serbia Karadjordjevic for the Prize Ceremony.
Winner of the First prize at international competition "Isidor Bajic Piano Memorial" in 2006 (member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions of Geneva).
Scholarship holder of the Fund for Young Talents and the Foundation for Development of Young Scientists and Artists with the Ministry of Education of Republic of Serbia.
Awarded with "The Little Prince" prize as the best student of the Music Department of Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. She has attended piano courses with professors: Kemal Gekic, Rustemm Hajrudinov, Sergei Babayan, Sergei Kudrjakov and Jean-Efflam Bavouzet. Tijana moved to Italy in 2009 where she continued her studies at Academy ‘’Santa Cecilia’’ in Bergamo with Maestro Konstantin Bogino and from 2010 she is a student of Maestro Boris Petrushansky at the International Academy ‘’Incontri col Maestro’’ in Imola.
Tijana Andrejic has performed in the most prestigious concert halls in her country (Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade, Synagogue and City Hall in Novi Sad, City Hall in Subotica), in Italy at the Bocconi University in Milano, Theatre Politeama in Palermo, Theatre Miela in Trieste, Theatre Bon in Udine and in other countries (Estonia, Ukraine, Czech Republic, etc.).
She played with Orchestra of international piano festival of Brescia and Bergamo, Serbian Radio-Television Orchestra, ”Mihail Jora “ Philharmonic Orchestra of Bacau, Banatul State Philharmonic Orchestra of Timisoara, Chamber Orchestra of České Budějovice and collaborated with conductors such as: Pier Carlo orizio, Bojan Sudjic, Gheorghe Costin, Ovidiu Balan, Marek Šedivý.