Andjela Bratic graduated from the Faculty of Music Arts in Belgrade. Having completed her master studies (Konzerttexamen) at the University Johannes Gutenberg (Hochschule für Musik) in Mainz in the class of Professor Dejan Gavric, Andjela Bratic was awarded the title of concert soloist. She pursued professional advancement at courses held by eminent flautists and professors Irena Grafenauer, Janos Balint, Yossi Arnheim. As a holder of the scholarship of the Austrian Ministry of Science and Culture, she attended a specialist course in Vienna held by Professor Dieter Flury, a soloist of the Vienna Philharmonics. Andjela Bratic was the winner of numerous national and international awards, such as the Music World first award in the solo flute category at the International festival in Fivicano in Italy and the first prize in the instrument duo category at the same festival held in 2003. As a soloist, she has had performances with the Radio Television Serbia Symphony Orchestra, Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra, Nis Symphony Orchestra, Academic Orchestra of the Nis University, Chamber Orchestra of the SKC University, Chamber Orchestra Imperio, Chamber orchestra from Prague (Czech Republic), with prominent conductors among whom were Vesna Souc, Srboljub Dinic, Angel Surev, Stanko Jovanovic, Milena Injac, Anatoly Novicky, Zoran Stanisavljevic. She took part in reputed festivals in Serbia (NIMUS, Tisin Svet, Constantinus) and in international festivals in Montenegro (Barski ljetopis, Days of the Music, Espressivo), Slovenia (Spectrum) and other European countries. She also performed in Recital concerts in Germany, Italy, Sweden, Greece, Austria, France, Czech Republic, USA, Slovenia and Macedonia. In 2010, as a member of the Mozarteum Orchestra from Salzburg, she had a very successfully concert tour in various cities across Germany and Austria. In 2011, miss Bratic became Myrna Brown scholarship and attend 39. NFA flute convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Andjela Bratic is a member of the brass quintet The soloists of Nis as well as a trio Masala. She had numerous performances in the programs of Germans SAT1, Serbian National Radio and Television (RTS), Montenegrin Radio and Television (RTCG), Radio Belgrade, TV stations in Nis, Swedish national radio and satellite programs of Montenegrin television. She is a permanent associate of the Symphony Orchestra in Nis. As of 2009, Andjela Bratic has been a lecturer at the Faculty of Arts in Nis.