Angelina Nikolić completed Bachelor and Master diploma at the Faculty of Arts in Niš in the class of Jelena Jakovljević with the highest grade in the main subject. In 2020, she entered PhD studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in the class of Ljubiša Jovanović.

During her carier so far, she has achieved notable results at international competitions: First award at the Meetings of Flutists „Tahir Kulenović“, First prize at the „Petar Konjović“ competition in Belgrade; First and second awards at the "Davorin Jenko" competition in Belgrade.

She is actively involved in solo, chamber and orchestral performances, performing in all important halls of Serbia. As a soloist, she performed Flute Concerto in G major, KV 313 by Mozart with the Nis Symphony Orchestra (Serbia) conducted by Zoran Stanisavljević. In 2016 and 2017, she participated in the project Philhademia of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra Academy, under the direction of conductors Fabrice Bolon and Daniel Rajskin. In 2018, she became a member of the baroque trio Noir (with flutist Jelena Jakovljević and pianist Anita Stanković) with whom she performed throughout Serbia. In July 2019, she performed at the RIVA music festival in Riva del Garda (Italy) as a member of the Makris Orchestra under the direction of conductor Predrag Gosta.

Angelina has been studying and working with number of esteemed professors such as Mihael M. Kofler, Andras Adorjan, Peter Lukas Graf, Michel Belavans, Ory Schneor, Martin Falenbock, Dejan Gavrić, Marija Đurđević Ilić. In 2021, she achieved professional engagement as a researcher at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade.