Branislava Podrumac is the winner of the Association of the Music Artists of Serbia Best Young Artist Award in 2012 for the leading female role (I) in the hit musical Rebecca by Sylvester Levay. This role marked the beginning of a very successful cooperation with the Madlenianum opera and theatre, where she is currently playing the role of Papagena in Mozart’s The Magic Flute for children, and preparing the character of Eponina in Les Miserables by Claude-Michael Schönberg. Branislava graduated at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade with Prof. Radmila Smiljanic, and she received further education on master classes in Belgrade, Vienna, and The Hague with Olivera Miljakovic, Katarina Jovanovic, Sona Ghazarian, James McCray, and Rita Susovsky. She made her debut on the opera stage in 2003, as a member of the Opera Studio of the National Theatre of Serbia in Belgrade with the leading role in Puccini’s Sister Angelica. She held a large number of concerts, recitals, as well as public and TV appearances. From her numerous performances, particularly noteworthy are Benstein’s Kaddish, with the Choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Radio Television of Serbia (2003), and the New Year’s concert of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (2011). In her professional career, Branislava is especially dedicated to traditional and spiritual music, as well as performances of the contemporary works of classical music. She was acclaimed for her performances of Elisabeta in the dance opera Les Enfants Terribles by Phillip Glass (2009), and the Nymphe in the chamber opera Narcissus and Echo by Anja Đorđević (2003). Besides singing, she is active in the field of pedagogy. Branislava was also a protagonist in the documentary by Goran Paskaljević: Belgrade: Stolen Youth (2002) in a German-French production Arte.