Una Stanić was born in Belgrade on December 13, 1997.
She began studying violin at the age of five and her supplementary musical studies included piano. Una is currently an associate student of Prof. Vesna Stanković-Moffatt at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz, Austria. She has participated in masterclasses with Prof. Pavel Vernikov, Zakhar Bron, Vesna Stankovic-Moffatt, Stefan Milenkovich, Tatiana Balashova, Nemanja Radulović, Dejan Bogdanovich and Roman Simović.
Una has received numerous prizes at various national and international competitions. She won the First Prize at the International Violin Competition “Remember Enescu“ in Sinaia – Romania and the Special prize “Pro memoria Enescu“ for the best musical interpretation of Enescu, among all categories up to 21 years; two First Prizes at International Music Competition “Vittoria Caffa Righetti“ in Cortemilia, Italy; Second Prize at International Kocian Violin Competition in Usti nad Orlizi, Czech Republic; First Prize at International Competition of Young Musicians “Petar Konjović“ (European Union of Music Competitions for Youth – EMCY) in Belgrade, Serbia; First Prize at International Competition of young musicians “Ohrid pearls“ (EMCY) in Ohrid, Macedonia (FYROM); Third Prize at the National Guarnerius Competition, Belgrade; Special prize – scholarship at the International competition “Andrea Postachinni“ in Italy. At the Serbian National competitions Una was awarded First Prizes and Laureates every year between 2004 and 2012. In 2010 Una was the Finalist at the IV Moscow International “David Oistrakh“ Violin Competition.
In 2013 Una was the Winner ArtLink’s prestigious The Most Promising Young Music Artist Award for 2012.
Una made her debut with orchestra at the age of nine in Kolarac Endowment Concert Hall in Belgrade. She has performed in Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Romania, Russia, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia and in numerous humanitarian concerts in Belgrade.
Una is a soloist and concertmaster of Belgrade’s Youth Philharmonic Orchestra in Belgrade where she lives.