Jasmin Bašić

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Jasmin Bašić
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Background information
Birth name Jasmin Bašić
Born (1971-12-07) 7 December 1971 (age 46)
Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Genres Classical Music, Opera, Cabaret, musical, les chansons françaises, Traditional Music – Sevdalinka
Occupation(s) Opera singer
Instruments Voice
Years active 1994–present
Website National Theatre Sarajevo / Opera

Jasmin Bašić (born 7 December 1971) is a Bosnian tenor and author.

He graduated in 2003 and obtained his Master of Music Degree (Vocal performance and pedagogy) from University of Sarajevo in 2006 under famous and world's recognized soprano Radmila Bakočević Belgrade (Serbia).

Up to 2009, he specialized with the Wiener Staatsoper Kammersängerin Olivera Miljaković in Vienna (Austria). He is employed at the National Theatre Sarajevo as opera soloist and is recognized as vocal pedagogue. Apart from that he also held solo concerts, and has collaborated with Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra and Orchester Pons Artis from Vienna. In 2016. also jubilee opera season, he performed the duty of artistic director of the opera in Sarajevo.

Opera repertoire[edit]

Operatic repertoire[edit]

Musical[edit]

  • Cabaret (musical) (John Kander / Fred Ebb). Adaptation of the musical film "Cabaret" (1972) directed by Bob Fosse – The Emcee
  • Annie (musical) (music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Martin Charnin, and the book by Thomas Meehan) – Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks

Bibliography[edit]

  • Primadonna Gertruda Munitić. Museum of Literature & Performing Arts. Sarajevo, 2017.

Concert repertoire[edit]

  • L. van Beethoven – Fantasie in C-minor (Solo piano: Mo. Jörg Demus)
  • J. Slavenski – Oriental Simphony
  • A. Pavlič – Missa bosniensis

Recordings[edit]

  • CD (live recording) (tenor solo) – "Bosnian Te Deum"- oratorio (M. Katavić) [1]

Gallery[edit]

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