Nika Gorič graduated with honours in Classical Singing with emphasis on Musical Theatre at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz under Professor Annemarie Zeller. During her studies she performed as Barbarina in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Sandmann in Hansel and Gretel by E. Humperdinck, as Elisette in the opera Il matrimonio segreto by D. Cimarosa as well as Soprano Solo in the Symphony No. 2 Lobgesang at the Advent Concert in the Graz Cathedral. She represented Maribor and Slovenia at the International Youth in Concert in Tallinn 2011, at the International Youth in Concert in Tokyo in the Kioi Hall and at International Youth in Concert in Maribor. As part of Schlossfestspiele "3 Tage Maribor" she performed at the concerts of Gala Slovenica as a soloist in Marburg, Germany in July 2012. She also performed at the Festival Maribor, and namely at the concerts Mega! under the direction of Tilen Artač and Jure Godler. She had also received the flattering title of the Young Featured Artist of the Festival Maribor. As part of Festival Maribor 2012 and 2013 she directed the project Festival in the Street – Unplugged in the City and prepared smart flash mobs in various locations with her classmates from the University in Graz.

She is currently working on her postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London under Lillian Watson and Jonathan Papp where she has received the Marie Callas and Stanley Picker Award.   She successfully passed the auditions for the Josephine Baker Trust and Song Circle. She won the third award at the Joan Chissell Schumann Lieder Prize. She had a début as Nina in the opera by Massenet Cherubin as part of a performance of the Royal Academy of Music. She thereafter took the role of Adele in the operetta The Bat by Strauss. Nika is currently preparing to perform the Symphony No. 4 by Mahler at the charity concert by the Soroptimist International in the autumn in Paris. In the beginning of November she is going to perform as a solo in the Missa in tempore belli by Haydn and in the mass The Armed Man by Jenkins. She will present herself to the British audience with her roles in Suor Angelica by Giacomo Puccini, performing it in the Theatre of the Royal Academy of Music as part of the Opera Study Program (doctoral studies) in November.