The violinist Božena Angelova was born in Maribor, Slovenia. After finishing the music school in Maribor, she studied violin, chamber music and baroque violin at the music academies in Klagenfurt, Bern, Basel and at the university Mozarteum in Salzburg with Igor Ozim, Helfried Fister, Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet) and with Reinhard Goebel. She completed her master´s degree at the University Mozarteum with distinction. She won several prizes at national and international music competitions and was awarded with scholarships of the Slovenian and of the Swiss government.  Besides to her regular studies she was working with musicians as Tibor Varga, Hagen Quartet, Andras Keller, Thomas Brandis, Stefan Schilli, Irena Grafenauer and others.  Božena performed as a soloist with the Carinthian symphony orchestra in Klagenfurt, with the Symphony orchestra of Maribor (Slovenia), with the Slovenian philharmonic orchestra in Ljubljana, as well as with the New chamber orchestra and the Ars academica orchestra in Spain and Germany.

She recorded for the Slovenian, Austrian and for the Mexican broadcasting company. She was a member of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. She plays regularly with the Camerata Salzburg, the Hamburger Camerata and the Hulencourt Soloists (as a 2nd concertmaster), with the Austrian Ensemble for Contemporary Music OENM, with the Minetti Quartet and with the Slovene early music ensemble Musica cubicularis. As a soloist and chamber musician she performs in Europe, in the USA and in Mexico. Since 2011 she has been a member of the string faculty at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg as a teaching assistant of Prof. Harald Herzl.