Margareta's music is recognisable by its immediate colourfulness, while its extreme impulsiveness and expressive constructions are lived through the interplay between obvious beauty and mischievous profundity.

Her imaginative sonic potential explores the connection between the sensual and the abstract, daring to communicate the emotional and the experimental, and emphasising a critical view of the world through (self-)irony and humour. The sonic narratives she develops seek multidimensionality and tend to play with diverse, sometimes eclectic, musical elements. 

Her approach embraces a sarcastic treatment of traditional musical aesthetics, the constant implantation of vivid rhythmic impulses, the transformation of theatrical gestures into timbres and the exploration of possible intensities through the use of extended instrumental techniques. 

Inspiration for her scores is drawn from literature, art, film, satire, science, politics, philosophy, remarkable individuals or bizarre life situations.

Margareta enjoys visiting exhibition openings, theatre productions and wine tastings, dancing to Balkan music,

exploring the world on road trips, laughing to good satire and cooking. 

She is married to a chef (, her sister Katarina Ferek-Petrić is a painter (