Boško Jović

Boško Jović

Bosko Jovic was born on 1981 in Zenica, where he had finished Primary and Secondary Music School, in guitar class of Ljubinko Jovic, his father and professor of guitar.

He has graduated on Music Academy Sarajevo Department for Musicology in 2004, and the Department for solo guitar in Music Academy E. Sarajevo, in class of professor Zoran Krajisnik in 2006.

He continued his education on post graduated study with professor Alexander Swete on Music Academy in Sarajevo (2010).

He won a Special Prize on a Federal Guitar Competition in Bugojno 1998. As a soloist of the Chamber Symphony Orchestra Zenica, Bosko has been performing since 1994, and several times he had performed as a soloist of the Orchestra "2007" and Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra.

He has recorded guitar part on soundtrack for the movies: "Twice Born" (director: Sergio Castellito, actors: Penelope Cruz, Emile Hirsch and Mira Furlan)", and "Jasmina" (director: Nedzad Begovic, actors: Zijah Sokolovic, Nada Djurevska).

He has played with various artists in different genres of music, such as Edin Karamazov, one of the world finest lute players and Amira Medunjanin unique singer of "Sevdah", traditional music of Bosnia Herzegovina.

He has performed in India, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, UK, Serbia, Turkey, Italy, Montenegro, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Slovenia and Norway.

He continued his education by participating in different seminars (with Egberto Gismonti, Leo Brouwer and other) and working with distinguished professors of guitar such as: Predrag Stankovic, Mila Rakanovic, Roland Dyens, Costas Cotsiolis, Denis Azabagic, Vera Ogrizovic, Martin Myslavicek and others.