VLADIMIR KOH was born in Belgrade in 1964, in a musical family. He graduated from the violin and theory department at the "Josip Slavenski" music school in Belgrade. He graduated in 1984 at the FMU in Belgrade, in the class of J.Petrović-Lasko and continued his training at the Geneva Conservatory, in the class of prof. R. Zemanski, concert of the master of the Orchestra of Romanesque Switzerland. He received his master's degree at the Academy of Music in East Sarajevo, in the class of prof. I. Yashvili. It occupies a prominent place in the musical life of the region. He started his career as concertmaster of the youth philharmonic "Borislav Pašćan" and the FMU Symphony Orchestra in Belgrade. He performed as a permanent or guest concertmaster, deputy concertmaster, or first violinist in all important orchestras in Serbia (RTS Symphony Orchestra, Stanislav Binički Artistic Ensemble, National Theater Orchestra in Belgrade, Madlenijanum Chamber Opera Orchestra, Camerata Serbica Symphony Orchestra) , and also abroad (Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, Pro Classica Chamber Orchestra (Spain), Goffredo Petrasi Chamber Orchestra, Rome). He performed many important concerto works for the violin (Bach, Mozart, Wienjavsky, Sibelius), performing as a soloist with various orchestras in the country and abroad. He collaborated as a soloist, concertmaster and orchestral musician with conductors such as P. Štejnberg, O. Gaudijumonte, Mladen Jagušt, D. Savić, Borislav Pašćan, Đura Jakšić, Vančo Čavdarski, Aleksandar Spasić, Vladimir Kranjčević, Bojan Suđić, Anton Kolar. and other. As a member of the Baroko trio, a string jazz trio and a piano jazz quintet, he performed throughout Serbia, Montenegro, Italy, Spain and Greece. Vladimir Koch is engaged as an associate professor at the Department of Strings, at the Faculty of Music Zvečan, University of Arts in Kosovska Mitrovica.