In her native Yugoslavia (Serbia) Snezana Krstic was known as a concert pianist, professor of music, and a member of several chamber ensembles. At 16 years of age she became the youngest student at Belgrade University School of Music from which she holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music and a Master’s Degree in Piano Performance. The recipient of numerous awards for piano solo and chamber ensembles, Krstic was a pupil of professors Valery Sigalevich, Andrea Preger, and M. Vukdragovic. For 15 years she was a professor of piano at the Kragujevac Music Academy where she received their award for best pedagogy results. Krstic has performed in Italy, Russia, Germany, France, and Hungary. Currently she teaches piano at Rosie’s House: A Music Academy for Children, Paradise Valley Community College, and in her home studio. She resides in North Phoenix, with her husband and three daughters.