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Master of bass

Vedran’s main performing instruments are double bass and electric bass; he started learning piano since age 8, and it was his second instrument at both the conservatory and the academy; the guitar was the first instrument available to him at home. Until September 2010 he lived in the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, and was a full time member of Big Band Zmaji (recorded a double CD), full time member of Big Band Grosuplje, and had a jazz quartet Jazzilanti. With those ensembles he performed at jazz festivals at home and abroad. Vedran was also involved in music theatre, a rock band and did some session work, while studying bass and piano at the Conservatory for Music and Ballett in Ljubljana. During his studies at the Rotterdam Jazz Academy in the Netherlands he participated in the academy’s Big Band, various jazz, pop, latin and world music ensembles within and outside of the academy, and while majoring in jazz performance, he also minored in music education and music theatre. Even before getting his degree he was teaching the instrument and did band coaching. As a perspective artist Vedran received the full scholarship of the Slovenian Ministry of Culture for the whole duration of his studies in the Netherlands. He moved to Luxembourg to join his wife, and they now have two children. Being introduced within the Luxembourgish scene at the beginning of 2015 soon resulted with many musical projects and collaborations for Vedran (Corbi, Kadrasonic, Selma Schauls, Edith van den Heuvel, Benoit Martiny, Jeff Herr, Niels Engel, Michel Meis, Paul Gehl, Paulo Simoes, Roby Glod, Maxime Bender, David Ascani, George Letelier, Julia Belova etc. …). Outside of Luxembourg he maintains a continuous collaboration with Belgian composer Christian Klinkenberg for his sold-out opera “Das Kreuz der Verlobten”, German painter Marc Kirschvink for his project “Partitur” and Belgian composer Paul Pankert ("Remote" and “Remote 2.0”). The latest opera project "The Glacier" premiered in EU and USA shortly before first lockdown, and featured artists from LU-BE-DE region.
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Vedran Mutic

T. 691 83 53 79 | vmutic (at) gmail.com
Hauptinstrument | instrument principale | main instrument: Kontrabass | contrebasse | double bass E-Bass | basse électrique | electric bass Weitere Instrumente | instruments supplémentaires | further instruments: Klavier | piano Keyboard Gitarre | guitare acoustique | acoustic guitar E-Gitarre | guitare électrique | electric guitar Musiktheorie | solfège | music theory Sprachen | langues | languages: english, deutsch, slovenščina, hrvatski
inLuxembourg-Kirchberg
Master of bass Vedran’s main performing instruments are double bass and electric bass; he started learning piano since age 8, and it was his second instrument at both the conservatory and the academy; the guitar was the first instrument available to him at home. Until September 2010 he lived in the capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, and was a full time member of Big Band Zmaji (recorded a double CD), full time member of Big Band Grosuplje, and had a jazz quartet Jazzilanti. With those ensembles he performed at jazz festivals at home and abroad. Vedran was also involved in music theatre, a rock band and did some session work, while studying bass and piano at the Conservatory for Music and Ballett in Ljubljana. During his studies at the Rotterdam Jazz Academy in the Netherlands he participated in the academy’s Big Band, various jazz, pop, latin and world music ensembles within and outside of the academy, and while majoring in jazz performance, he also minored in music education and music theatre. Even before getting his degree he was teaching the instrument and did band coaching. As a perspective artist Vedran received the full scholarship of the Slovenian Ministry of Culture for the whole duration of his studies in the Netherlands. He moved to Luxembourg to join his wife, and they now have two children. Being introduced within the Luxembourgish scene at the beginning of 2015 soon resulted with many musical projects and collaborations for Vedran (Corbi, Kadrasonic, Selma Schauls, Edith van den Heuvel, Benoit Martiny, Jeff Herr, Niels Engel, Michel Meis, Paul Gehl, Paulo Simoes, Roby Glod, Maxime Bender, David Ascani, George Letelier, Julia Belova etc. …). Outside of Luxembourg he maintains a continuous collaboration with Belgian composer Christian Klinkenberg for his sold-out opera “Das Kreuz der Verlobten”, German painter Marc Kirschvink for his project “Partitur” and Belgian composer Paul Pankert ("Remote" and “Remote 2.0”). The latest opera project "The Glacier" premiered in EU and USA shortly before first lockdown, and featured artists from LU-BE-DE region.