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Born in Pula, lives in Rovinj. He discovered jazz music at the age of 15 and has been a professional musician since the age of 16. In 1997, together with some fellow musicians, he established a jazz - fusion band “Combinate” with whom he appeared several times through the years in a HRT's show “It's time for Jazz” and at various festivals throughout Croatia and abroad (Hrvatski Jazz Sabor “ Zagreb, Sarajevo Jazz Festival, Jazz Spring Festival Osijek, RMF, Priština Jazz Festival, Off Blues & Jazz Festival” Šibenik, Spring Jazz Festival Rovinj, Valamar Jazz Festival, Pečuh Jazz Festival...) In 2011 they performed at the “Avantgard Jazz Festival” as an opening act for Chick Corea & Return To Forever IV. and in 2012. on the same festival Kristian Terzic Band opened for the Yellowjackets. For the second year in a row he's been the leader of the “Valamar Jazz After” band (in sessions he plaed with Maurice Brown, Nils Landgren, Claudia Acuna, Cecilie Norby, Lars Danielsson...) Simultaneously acts as a studio and live musician and collaborates with various Croatian performers (Gibonni, Massimo Savić, Nina Badrić, Divas, Tereza Kesovija, Soul Fingers, Boris Novković, Tony Cetinski, Nola, Davor Terzić, Porin Band, Jadranka Stojaković, Rade Šerbedžija & Miroslav Tadić....). He played with Manu Katche and Tony Levin on Gibonni's album “Unca Fibre” and on the same tour in 2006 he performed with Tommy Emanuel, Vlatko Stefanovski, Maya Azucena

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Apeiron Records & Publishing
2013

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