Ana Radovanovic has graduated classical singing and finished PHD studies in chamber music at the Faculty of music in Belgrade (Serbia). Her professional engagement includes both operatic roles and concerts. As a member of Opera studio of the Belgrade National Theatre she performed a role of the Shepherd in Puccini’s Tosca and the role of Frugola in Puccini’s Il Tabbaro. In 2009 she performed the role of Agathe in Les Enfants Terribles by Phillip Glass, and also took part in world premieres of two operatic works by Serbian contemporary composers: Who killed Princess Mond (Tatjana Milosevic) and St Peterburg (Branka Popovic).
She is also active as a chamber musician, with an affinity towards modern repertoire. Since 2005 she performed at various chamber music concerts in Serbia (Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade, Belgrade Philharmonic, Belgrade National Theater, Madlenianum Theater Belgrade, etc.).
Ana is a member of the board of directors of The Construction Site Contemporary Music Ensemble. With this ensemble she has performed contemporary chamber music in Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Lithuania and Israel and premiered over thirty compositions written by Serbian composers. Also, The Construction Site Contemporary Music Ensemble is a founder of the first regional Festival of contemporary music ReConstruction.
She is also a member of the INSAM institute for Contemporary Artistic Music in Bosnia and Hercegovina, and a teacher of classical singing in the music high school since 2012.