Nino Pršeš

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Vahidin Pršeš (born in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer. Upon completion of Music High School he continued to pursue his studies at the Sarajevo Academy of Music, Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy.

Nino Pršeš has performed as a keyboardist with many pop and rock bands and has cooperated with many performers from Bosnia and Herzegovina arranging compositions for them. He is greatly inspired by ethno music. He is also known for his work at charity "Karitas" in Bosnia and Herzegovina during 2005-2008. His most famous nickname was "Macola" from his early childhood.

In 2001, he released his first solo album "Ženi se" (Get Married). Several songs from this album became hits and have been played on numerous radio and TV programs.

Nino Pršeš has written, composed and performed his song Hano at the Eurovision Song Contest 2001. He reached a 14th place.[1]

He has been lived in Slovenia between 2008 and 2011 as music producer and production director.

Recently, he became a technician in region Novi Grad Sarajevo, and currently releases film projections in the digital cinema "Novi Grad".

Albums[edit]

  1. Ženi se
  2. 1/1
  3. Rum-pum

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bronson, Fred; De Hart, Jeffrey (26 May 2001). Estonia wins Eurovision. Billboard. pp. 12, 73. Retrieved 7 June 2010. 
Preceded by
Dino & Beatrice
with Putnici
Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest
2001
Succeeded by
Maja Tatić
with Na jastuku za dvoje