Nenad completed his Master studies at the Belgrade Faculty of Music with Prof Mirko Isaeski and is the founder of the Wind Trio and Wind Quintet of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as one of the founders of the Balkan Chamber Academy ensemble. In 1995, he performed as the principal bassoonist of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra. He is also the principal bassoonist of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.

His solo engagements include the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, Serbian Army Orchestra, Dušan Skovran Belgrade String Orchestra and many others.  Janković is the recipient of several awards at federal competitions: First Prize at the International Composition Competition in Stresa, Italy, and October Prize, Belgrade. He has given a number of recitals in all major cities across Serbia and in Ljubljana.

As a chamber musician he performed with various chamber ensembles at the most distinguished festivals in the country and the region (Bemus, Nomus, Nimus, Ljubljana Festival, Maribor Festival, 2009 celebration of the World Music Day in Paris and many more).

He has given a masterclass at the Ljubljana Academy of Music and has worked for six years as a regular teacher in the summer musical workshops for wind instruments, held in Tivat.

He has perfected his skills in master classes by Prof. K. Sönstevold (SWE) and M. Paez (Isreal).

He plays a hand-made "Milan Model" bassoon, crafted by Živan Šarčević.