Eldin Huseinbegović

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Eldin Huseinbegović
Born (1978-01-01) 1 January 1978 (age 38)
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Genres pop · sevdalinka
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1992–present
Labels Džaan
Website http://www.eldinhuseinbegovic.com

Eldin Huseinbegović (born 1 January 1978) is a Bosnian singer-songwriter.[1] He has recorded songs with Dino Merlin[2] and Hari Mata Hari.


Huseinbegović was in Sarajevo to Bosniak parents. His first public performance was at the festival “Mali Šlager (Little Chanson)” in 1987 in Sarajevo. He graduated music school in 1992. From 1992 until 1996 he dedicated himself to the performance of spiritual music. In 1997 he was the winner of “Studentsko Ljeto (Student’s Summer)” festival. In Maglaj 1998 Eldin won 2nd place jury prize for best music at the festival, “Tamo Gdje Ljubav Počinje (Where Love Begins)”. In 1997 event held at Goražde, Eldin participated in B&H choice for Eurovision Song Contest. And in 1999 he participated again as the singer and songwriter.

In 2000 he took part in the Festival of Popular Music “Bihać 2000”. Since 2002 he has worked as a tenor at the Opera Narodnog Pozorišta (National Theatre Opera) in Sarajevo and participated in a large number of operas and concerts (Traviata, Figarov Pri, Nabuko, Hasanaginica, Ero S’Onog Svijeta, Mmocartov i Verdijev Rekvijem, Tosca, Šišmiš, Ljubavni Napitak, Zrinjski). In 2007 and 2008 he took part in the “BiH Radijsko-Televizijskom Festivalu (B&H Radio-Television Festival)” and both times won the prize for best interpretation. In 2009 he was awarded “Isa-beg Ishaković” award for his contribution to the cultural and musical heritage of B&H. In 2010 he was awarded “Etno-pop pjevač godine u BiH (Ethno-pop singer in B&H)”. His album Kaldrma (2010) is an autobiographical work and was a gift to his wife, Emka.[3]

Eldin is the owner of musical studio “Džaan" (1999). He is also a member of the “Balkanske Muzičke Akademije (Balkan Music Academy)” (30.01.2010) composed of the best authors and producers from the Balkans. He wrote over 100 songs.

As a songwriter he intensively cooperates with the biggest musical names in the region (Dino Merlin, Hari Mata Hari, Marija Šerifović, Elvira Rahić, Enes Begović, Osman Hadžić, Dženan Lončarević, Jelena Tomašević).


Studio albums
As featured artist

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