Our team

Our mission is to change the world of music education for good. We want to make it fun, simple, useful and accessible to children all over the world. That is why we are building unique educational music games for ios and android.

We are a group of 6 hardworking, experienced and dedicated people and we all have our roles in building this app. Below you can find relevant contact information about our management part of the team.

Ana Dražul

CEO and Founder

Is the founder of NOMI and creator of the teaching method behind it. She is a multi-awarded piano teacher and an expert in piano pedagogy, with 20 years of experience in working with students of all ages.

Contact me if you want to invest or you want to discuss my method and our startup.

Ana Dražul​

CEO and Founder​

Is the founder of NOMI and creator of the teaching method behind it. She is a multi-awarded piano teacher and an expert in piano pedagogy, with 20 years of experience in working with students of all ages.

Contact me if you want to invest or you want to discuss my method and our startup.

Muamer Mujevic

Game director and Blockchain consultant​

Muamer Mujevic is our consultant for Game director, digital business development and blockchain development. He has over 16 years of experience in digital business strategy, brand strategy, software development and digital marketing.

His main role on this project is to transform Ana Dražul peer reviewed teaching method in to a functioning, fun and engaging video game and gemified educational ecosystem on blockchain.

Contact him if you want to invest in our project, or you want to discuss blockchain, game development, Algorand, and our token.

Katarina Juric​

Music production​

Katarina Jurić is a multi awarded singer and producer, graduated in piano at the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb and studied jazz vocal and contemporary writing and production at Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA. 

As a member of a vocal group “Rivers” she released three albums, and has performed in numerous music events and festivals in Croatia and abroad. She currently teaches piano and vocal techniques classes and works as a backup and a session singer. 

She is a student of Music Therapy at the Postgraduate Specialist Study of Creative Therapies at the University of Osijek.

Srdjan F. Caldarovic

Peer Review

He had played as a soloist with several orchestras, including the Zagreb Soloists ensemble (at the age of 13), Zagreb Symphony Orchestra, Budafok-Dohnany Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra dell’Amministrazione di Bari. From 1990 onwards he gives solo and chamber music recitals on a regular basis in Croatia, Germany, Italy, USA and Canada.  For several of his performances, Caldarovic has won outstanding awards (Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1, Liszt: Sonata in B minor).

For his Washington debut music critic Cecilia Porter wrote – “Caldarovic’s playing reveals consummate artistry in coupling an introspective approach with refined sensitivity for phrasing…”

Jelica Kuzmin

Peer Review

Jelica Kuzmin finished her primary and secondary musical education at the Pavao Markovac Music School in Zagreb in the class of professor Vilma Klajner (parallelly finishing the III. Gymnasium in Zagreb), and she graduated from the Musical Academy at the Zagreb University in the class of professor Ladislav Šaban in 1978. From then on she began building her teaching career at the Pavao Markovac Music School, where she was the head of the piano, harpsichord and organ department from 1997 to 2020. She had 38 high-school graduates, 21 of which continued their musical education at the Musical Academy of Zagreb and other renowned musical academies abroad, e. g. Kunstuniversität in Graz, Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg, Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, Mannes School of Music and the City University of New York in New York, Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington and University of Miami, Florida, USA. In her 42-year long teaching career her students won more that 120 national and international awards, out of which 91 first places.

Marko Turk


Marko Turk is an educational researcher and professor, working in higher education since 2007. He has been promoted as a senior researcher in social sciences (Pedagogy), associate professor in higher education pedagogy and college professor in educational sciences (Pedagogy and European studies). He serves as a vice dean for research and international cooperation and a college professor at the PAR University of Applied Sciences (Croatia). Also, he is a visiting associate professor at Tyumen State University and Tomsk State University, where he teaches MA students in higher education pedagogy, instructional design and fundamentals of education. He specialises in instructional design and curriculum development, teaching competencies and the European dimension in education. Since 2019 he has been an entrepreneur, professional educational consultant and owner of a consulting company.

Goran Filipec


Described as a pianist “of technical brilliance that allows him to approach interpretation with excitement, lush imagination, sensitivity, and brilliance unlike anything we are accustomed to hearing in modern times” (Ritmo), Goran Filipec is a musician who captivates the hearts of international audiences and critics. Known for his passionate interpretations of the works of Franz Liszt and the classical and romantic repertoire of high virtuosity, Filipec defends the creativity and subjectivity of interpretation, often blending it with his own arrangements and adaptations.

Goran Filipec is dedicated to research in music and earned his doctorate in musical interpretation at the Sorbonne University in Paris, specializing in the field of pianistic performance practices of the 19th and 20th centuries. His numerous recordings have garnered the attention of international critics, and his album “Paganini Studies” (Naxos, 2016) was awarded the Grand Prix International du Disque by the Society of Ferenc Liszt in Budapest, placing Filipec in the prestigious list of laureates alongside figures such as Vladimir Horowitz, György Cziffra, Alfred Brendel, Claudio Arrau, Zoltán Kocsis, and Maurizio Pollini.

Nives Vadlja Šimunić


Nives Vadlja Šimunić is viola and violin teacher and player with more than 20 years of professional experience.

Nives Vadlja Šimunić was born in Zagreb, Croatia. In 2004 she got her classical music degree in Viola Playing and Teaching at the Music Academy of Zagreb. In the next few years, she was also studying Viola at „Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst“in Graz, Austria until 2008. At that time, she was playing in many chamber music ensembles and in diverse international orchestras. 

She enjoys teaching people of all ages, learning new DIY things, and inventing new methods, and playing in chamber music ensembles and orchestras. She lives in Rijeka with her family, husband, two sons and a dog.