Performers

Ceca had her first public appearance at the age of nine, in her hometown, and at the age of thirteen she sang in a hotel on the Montenegrin coast, while vacationing with her parents. Here, the acclaimed singer and accordion player Mirko Kodić noticed her, and helped her in recording her first studio album “Cvetak zanovetak.” At the age of fifteen, she performed at the Ilidža Music Festival in Sarajevo, at which her song "Cvetak zanovetak" won the competition, and became a hit. Ceca was mentored by Dobrivoje Ivanković, a composer and producer of folk music, who...
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Hari Mata Hari is a popular music band from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Hari Mata Hari is the stage name for the singer Hajrudin "Hari" Varešanović. The group originated from the city of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The group has performed over 1,000 concerts and sold 5,000,000 albums to date. Their songs are among the most famous and popular love ballads in the former Yugoslavia era. Hari Mata Hari was the representative of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 held in Athens, Greece.

 

Today, the group is...

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With his Balkan origin and roots accompanied by modern ideologies from the 21st Century, Goran Bregovic’s music combines the sounds of a gypsy brass band and traditional Bulgarian polyphony, with the sounds of the guitar and percussion. All the ensembles are supported by a flared string orchestra and deep sonorities of a male choir, creating music that our soul recognizes instinctively and the body greets with an irresistible urge to dance.

 

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The first time Severina was in the spotlight was when she was only 10 years old during her performance in the musical “Frane Strapalo.” Subsequently, she enrolled at a music school in her hometown of Split, and her first steps of success as a performer took place before her graduation. During the Split Festival, Severina was the back vocal for the festival winner – Daniela. Then, during the Festival of Zagreb, Severina becomes the newest winner of the popular show Radio Zagreb "X Demo" which was dedicated to young, emerging musicians. Later, following years of...

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Smak is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band from Kragujevac. The group reached the peak of popularity in the 1970s when it was one of the most notable acts of the former Yugoslav rock scene. The band's leader, guitarist Radomir Mihailović, nicknamed Točak is considered one of the most influential guitarists on the former Yugoslav rock scene.
 
Formed in 1971 by the guitarist Radomir Mihailović "Točak" and drummer Dejan Stojanović "Kepa", the band did not get a default lineup until 1975 by which time bassist Zoran Milanović,...
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Tony Cetinski was awarded the Redom Danica with Marko Marulić for their contribution to culture. A winner of Porina, with numerous awards, Tony Cetinski has been the most broadcasted performer in Croatia for the last 4 years according to ZAMP statistics.

Tony Cetinski's outstanding vocal abilities are recognized around the world. Tony has recorded a duet "Dolce Suono" with the famous tenor Jose Carreras, whose concert was promoted in Zagreb in 2007. Another event was held by Jose Carreras at the Zagreb Arena on 19.12.2009, after which Tony has toured with the...

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Jelena Rozga is a Croatian pop singer born in Split. At the age of six the decided to become a ballet dancer and after finishing primary school, she went to Zagreb to start her education in a ballet school.

 
She quickly became known as the best dancer of her generation, performing on stage alongside more experienced dancers. Her frame spread and soon she was receiving invitations to dance in festivals as far a field as Osaka and to study ballet at the Scala Academy in Milan. As the first student in the former Yugoslavia to get a scholarship for a ballet...
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Born on 26 September 1951 in Sarajevo. Haris Dzinovic’s career in music began in 1975 in his hometown, where he sang and composed for other artists. Fascinated by the music of the Roma, Haris Dzinovic formed a band called Sar e Roma in 1981, consisting of a group of Roma musicians. They released three albums from 1982 to 1986 with numerous performances throughout the world.

In 1989, Haris Dzinovic began his solo career by releasing his first solo album titled “Haris.”

In 1991, he issued another independent album. Soon after war broke out, Haris went to...

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