Adina Slobodnik began her studies at the Municipal Conservatory in Bat Yam with Mrs. Laura Steinmitz
Later she studied with some of the greatest teachers in Israel: Prof. Pavel Dediaumov, Mrs. Stella Zaltkowski and Mrs. Lena Mazor.
At the age of 13, as part of her studies at the Music Center in Ramat Gan, she was selected to participate in a concert of outstanding students as a soloist with the Ramat Gan Symphony Orchestra.
She received a scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation.
She studied at the "Muses" Arts High School in Jaffa, participated in ensembles in a variety of styles within the school and graduated with a classical recital with honors.
At the age of 16 she was accepted into the Young Philharmonic Orchestra and sat on the first pole and at the same time participated in many master classes in Israel and abroad.
During her military service, she served as an outstanding musician in the "IDF Quartet" and at the same time began her undergraduate studies at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music with Mr. Ilya Konoblov and continued with Mr. Nitai Tzri.
She currently teaches in a "Music playing School" program in Petah Tikva and at the municipal conservatory in Rosh HaAyin and at the same time plays in the Raanana Symphony Orchestra.