As a guitarist, she had a very rich concert activity, giving, up to 2000, more than 300 concerts in Croatia and abroad, since when she has not been publicly active.

She was granted a number of awards and recognitions, among which the most important are: the first prize Darko Lukić for the best young musician in 1995, won at the concert competition organized by the Croatian Musicians’ Society; first prize at the Radio podij Young Musicians Competition, organized by the Croatian Radio and Television in 1996; fourth prize at the Fernando Sor International Guitar Competition in Rome, in 1994, and several first and second prizes at the republic and former state guitar competitions organized from 1987 to 1991.

As an excellent student and post graduate student she was granted a scholarship of the University of Zagreb, a scholarship granted by the City of Zagreb and a scholarship granted by the Republic of Austria.

She pursued her specialization at a number of master courses organized by the world known guitarists and other artists (D. Russell, C. Cotsiolis, E. Fisk, V. Mikulka, J. Clerch, G. Listeš, J. Codina, V. Dešpalj).

From 1993 to 2000, she performed her activity in cooperation with a violinist Laura Vadjon, with whom she gave a number of concerts in Croatia and abroad. They were guest artists on a number of festivals, radio and television shows and had their CD LauROs published by TUTICO Classic/HRT. A one-hour television broadcast on their duo was produced by HRT and directed by A. Rozić.


Renowned Croatian composers (A. Marković, Ž. Brkanović, S. Majurec, I. Josipović) created works for this duo that was granted an award for the best performance of a work of a domestic author by the Croatian Composers’ Society in 1999.