Anita Tomasevich performed extensively throughout Europe starting with her first solo recital at the age of 10. She performed in Cyprus, The Netherlands, Spain, Uk, Italy, Russia and Serbia. She is a laureate of international competitions, including 1st price in Citta di Tortona Italy and she appeared regularly on Serbian National Radio and Television.
She studied in the Music Academy in Novi Sad and Royal Conservatoire in Den Hague and obtained MA in Piano Performance. She studied with renowned teachers such as Jegor Chugayev (student of Y. Milstein), Svetlana Bogino (student of L. Oborin) and Vladimir Ograkov (student of E. Gilies) Marcel Boudet and Ellen Corver, Yelena Richter, Lazar Berman, Gyorgy Sandor (student of Bela Bartok) and Stefan Vladar.
In 2005 she released her first CD recording with works of Scarlatti, Chopin, Scriabin and Prokofiev. In 2006 her career as a concert pianist was stopped by the spinal injury. After ten years of recovery, she started performing again, both solo and chamber music recitals, receiving excellent reviews.
Anita was founder and the Artistic Director of the “Avaton International Contemporary Music Festival” which received international acclaims.