Belma Tuzović-Mujkić was born in 1973 in Sarajevo. She starts her music education with professor Slavko Olujić, and in that period she has won several first prizes at the competitions of young guitarists throughout ex-Yugoslavia.

After Music High School, where she studied with professor Mila Rakanović, she started studies of musicology at the Music Academy of Sarajevo. During the war period in Bosnia, she performs as an independent artist. She has had many performances in the “Kamerni Teatar 55 Sarajevo” in projects “Ljeto u Kamernom” and “Prayer for peace”. She has also performed with the Sarajevo String Quartet. In 1994 she received scholarship of the Government of Austria, and starts guitar studies at Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, with professor Konrad Ragossnig. In 1998 she finishes her Bachelor, and in 2000 her Master studies and gains the title of Master of Arts – guitarist. During her studies in Vienna, she has performed in duets with piano, guitar, flute and harpsichord.

Since 1999 she has been working as a guitar professor at Music High School of Sarajevo. Since 2000, she actively performs with the flutist Ana Pokrklić. In the period of 2003 -2005 she has been a guitar professor at the Music School in Mostar. She is a member of the Board of guitarists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, permanent member of the jury at national competitions, Sarajevo International Guitar Festival, lecturer at seminars, and a member of the Board of the Association of Guitarists of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has an active role in the project “Sarajevo – meeting of cultures” and she performs at the concerts within the project “Music speaks”.