Marina Chado began her music education in Ohrid. She finished her high school education in music in Skopje, after which she received many awards in national competitions. As an exceptionally talented student, she received a national scholarship in 1993, which led her to graduate at the prestige conservatorium Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky in Moscow, in the class of the renowned professors Melnikov and Chugaeva. Since then Marina Chado has had numerous solo performances, as well as performances with philharmonic and chamber ensembles in Moscow, Munich, Belgrade, Skopje (as well as throughout the Republic of Macedonia), Slovenia, Serbia. She also had performances in the programs of the Skopje Summer Festival and the Ohrid Summer Festival. Her repertoir covers music pieces by Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Brahms, as well as pieces from De Falla, Dvořák, Prokofiev and Shostakovich.
For a few years Marina played with the Chamber Orchestra of the Macedonian Radio Television, for which she has recorded many significant compositions as well. She also played with the orchestra of the National Opera (which is a part of the Macedonian National Theater).
Marina Chado has taken part in numerous seminars in the region, led by distinct pedagogues like Zhislin, Jashvili and Chugaeva. She is also a member of international music competition councils, as well as of the European String Teachers Association (ESTA). Among her other achievements, she is also the author of the curriculum for the primary music schools of the Republic of Slovenia, and the leader of the chamber ensemble Skopje Ladies’ Orchestra.
In 2010 Marina Chado became the co-owner of the music school Pianoforte together with Violeta Stefanovska Shukovikj.