Dijana Bošković is a German-Serbian composer, born in Belgrade in former Yugoslavia. Already as a 16-year-old student she received the renowned October Prize of the City of Belgrade for her musical achievements during school time as well as first prizes at Republik- and Federal competitions. Majoring in flute, she completed her studies at the age of eighteen as the youngest student of the Belgrade University of Music. Her further studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich with Prof. Paul Meisen she finished with an artistic diploma and master class. Composition training followed in the class of Professor Manfred Stahnke and Fredrik Schwenk at the HfMT Hamburg. Her master thesis, orchestral composition ONE was performed by the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra.

Dijana Bošković can be credited for her compositional work from many years of own orchestra and chamber music experience. As a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician she took part in the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, the BEMUS International Music Festival in Belgrade or the Hohenlohe Summer of Culture part. She played with the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, the Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, the Sephira Ensemble Stuttgart, the Bamberg soloists and many others.

After many years of orchestral activity and solo performances with classical flute Dijana Bošković is dedicated to composition. In 2005 she founded in Munich the Versus Vox Ensemble for Modern Music, whose member and musical director she has been ever since. The ensemble performs its own works as well as those of other modern and composers*from the past. She writes music for solo instruments, for chamber music ensembles, chamber orchestra, choir, singing and for the theatre. Her works include commissioned compositions for the Chamber Orchestra Soloists from St. Petersburg, members of the Munich Philharmonic and the Frankfurt Opera, the BEMUS Music Festival in Belgrade or the Tiroler Volksschauspiele and others artists and ensembles. The chamber orchestra work Concerto for Strings has been performed by many European radio station played BBC Radio 3 in London, Radio Sweden, Radio Norway, Radio Belgrade, Magyar Radio ZR. For the composition "Lichtspiele" for violin and piano she received the support of the Ernst von Siemens Art Foundation and for the implementation of the project of the same name "Lichtspiele" was funded by the Gerhard Trede Foundation. In August 2017 she received the 1st prize in the international competition for choral music of the German Choral Association e.V. The choral work "Dona nobis pacem Shanti" was premiered by the German Youth Chamber Choir.