Vera Ogrizović  has finished her secondary music education in Belgrade, Serbia with the professor Nadežda Kondić and in Paris – where she received her bachelor's and MA degrees at the École Normale de Musique de Paris, with Rafael Andia. She is the laureate of the International guitar competition in Carpentras, France, in 1986. She was a teacher at the Conservatoire Europeen Supérieur in Paris from 1986 until 1988.

Since 1989 she has been the professor at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade. She has performed at prestigious festivals in Serbia (BEMUS, BELEF, NOMUS, NIMUS, “International Composers’ revue”, Guitar Art) as well as in Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, France, Greece, Finland and Switzerland. She is the author of the book “Guitar – History – Literature – Teaching“ (2000), as well as of two collections of compositions for the beginners – “My first concert“ and “Play Bach“ (1996); in 2005 she published a CD – “Contemporary Serbian guitar music”. She played with the string orchestras “Dušan Skovran”, “Saint George” (Sv. Đorđe), with the Symphonic and Philharmonic  orchestras of Belgrade, with the New Music Ensemble and the ensemble “Camerata Serbica”, as well as with the conductors Aleksandar Pavlović, Petar Ivanović, Bojan Suđić, Darinka Matić – Marović, Biljana Radovanović, Premil Petrović. She performs with the flutist Ljubiša Jovanović, with the composer and guitarist Dušan Bogdanović, with the lutenist and guitarist Edin Karamazov.

Vera Ogrizović raised a number of young performers and teachers in Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro. She has founded and taught the guitar classes at the Music academy in Skopje (Macedonia) and Cetinje (Montenegro) from 1995 until 2006.    She holds masterclasses and seminars in Serbia and all over Europe, addressing the issues related to the playing technique, styles, concentration and interpretation.  For her teaching results, she has been awarded a Great Silver Plaque of the Art University in Belgrade.