Nina Kostova has completed her education in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia, in the class of the well renowned professors Boris and Ljudmila Romanov from the Moscow conservatory Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. She has won many awards, acknowledgements and she has been a part of the European scene many times performing in The United Kingdom, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey and many more countries. From the year 1991 up until 2010, she has taken part in every seminar organized by DMBUC-Skopje, MMM, the music school “Dobrin Petkov” in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, as well as the music school “Vojislav Vučković” in Belgrade, Serbia which were held by her professor Boris Romanov. She has also performed on their closing ceremonies every year. She graduated and got a cum laude master’s degree and in the year 2014 she successfully got her doctor’s degree. Nina Kostova has many solo performances accompanied by the Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, the Youth Symphonic Orchestra Dobrin Petkov from Plovdiv-Bulgaria, the Chamber Orchestra Saint Geogre, the Chamber Orchestra Moskovia, the Symphonic Orchestra of FMU and so on. She has collaborated with many well-known conductors from all over the world such as: Sasha Nikolovski, Aleksandar Lekovski, Borjan Canev, Leonid Nikolaev, Eduard Grach, Plamen Parvanov, Janko Kostelic and others. Nevertheless she has numerous chamber and duo performances in Sarajevo, Belgium, Italy, France, New York as well as her performance with the Hensel quartet form Germany on the Ohrid summer festival. Furthermore, she is a piano professor at the Faculty of Music in Skopje. Her devotion to her students has led to many awards and successful performances. Proof of her dedication are the acknowledgement from Carnegie Hall for special contribution on the festival American protégé and the acknowledgement from the foundation Spivakov for special contribution on the festival Москва встречает друзја in the year 2013. From the year 2018, Nina Kostova has been a special member of the foundation Tomislav Zografski.