Born on 12/31/2002 in Tunis, Ghofrane Miladi, a young violinist, began playing the violin at the age of 3 under the supervision of her father who is an amateur violinist and with Professor Hafedh Makni, then with Professor Anis Gharbi.
From a very young age, she performed with “l’Orchestre Symphonique Scolaire et Universitaire” and the Tunisian Symphony Orchestra, as soloist.
She has participated in several Master Classes abroad with renowned international professors like Johanna Matkawska, Christophe Poiget, Patrice Fontanarosa, Philippe Graphin…etc.
She won two First National Prizes in violin competitions at the age of 6 and 9. When she was 10, she entered the National Conservatory of Tunis, and a year later, under the supervision of Professor Rachid Koubaa, she won First Prize with honours from the jury at the “Vatelot Rampal” International Violin Competition in Paris in 2014.
At the age of 12 she entered the class of violinist Yasmine Azaiez and a year later she auditioned and was accepted at the Prestigious Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey in the class of Boris Kusharsky.
With the help of Talent Unlimited, in 2022 she auditioned and was offered a place at the prestigious "Guildhall School of Music and Drama" where she is currently studying in the class of Simon Fisher.