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Tilen Hudrap

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Bass guitar player Tilen Hudrap performed in bands such as Keller, Paradox, Pestilence, Scepsis, Testament and Wartune and is currently making music with the German band U.D.O..

Timo Chinala

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Timotej Kosovinc

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The young guitarist Timotej Kosovinc studied guitar with prof. Alvaro Pierri and is currently studying composition in the class of professor Detlev Müller-Siemens at the University of music and performing arts in Vienna. He won first prizes at the European guitar competition of the city of Gorizia - Premio Enrico Mercatali in Italy and at the Slovenian national competition -Temsig, among others.

Tine Bec

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Tine Bec graduated in 2016 under Full Professor Jani Golob at the Ljubljana Academy of Music where he later also received his master’s degree. He is most widely recognised for his vocal and vocal-instrumental music, which is getting increasingly circulated internationally. He is the choir leader of the Zvon Mixed Choir and the leader of the Jurij Dalmatin Octet. He also leads two female vocal groups and often collaborates with various Slovenian choirs as rehearsal accompanist, vocal technique coach, and composer.

Tine Vrabič (Nitz)

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Nitz is one of the most active individuals of Slovenian music scene. Besides djing and performing live sets, he is also a producer, promoter and organizer with more than 10 years of experience.He is a cofounder of Synaptic Crew with a group of friends, who celebrated 15 years of existence this year. In 2014, after being a resident dj at Klub K4 for a few years, he has taken up the position of program manager. He is also part of an exiperimental/ambient duo II/III with his long time friend Urša Preis. His passion for ambient and experimental side of music has motivated him to start running a new series of events called AmbientSoup. He will present his first solo ambient oriented live project at od:vod festival, performing after Melina Serser. Let's just say he has done a lot for the scene and we're glad to have him back this year.

Tinkara Kovač

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Since 1996 Tinkara has given over 1000 concerts in Slovenia, Croatia, Austria and Italy with many different ensembles. Among her most important international collaborations on stage and in studio are with Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull), Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin), Carlos Nunez (TheChieftans), Dan Lavery (Tonic), Massima Bubolo, Kati Garbi and Paul Millns. Recently, she has took part in the recording of a new studio album by the cult Italian band Litfiba.

Tjaša Fabjančič

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Slovenian singer, composer, and lyricist Tjaša Fabjančič lives in Graz, Austria. She studied Jazz singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. A multiple finalist of the Jazzon composition award, she received 1st prize at the 2009 Jazzon award, for her composition ‘Smeh in solze’ [Laughter and Tears]. Her jazz line-up, Playgrounds, won several European jazz competitions.

Tom Varl

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Tom Varl (1998) enrolled at the theoretical department of the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana (KGBL) in 2013. In 2015, he began attending solo singing lessons at the KGBL music school. In 2017, he started studying composition at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana (AG) in the class of prof. Vito Žuraj. Singing in the KGBL Chamber Choir fascinated him, so he started conducting. He leads the vocal group of Ivan Cankar. In 2019, he successfully presented himself at the International Conducting Competition Aegis carminis in Koper and passed the entrance examinations to the choral conducting studies at the Academy of music. In addition to his studies, he also teaches solfeggio at the Edgar Willems Music Centre in Ljubljana and at the DoReMi Music Center, and since September 2020 he has been a ballet accompanist at the KGBL. As a conductor and vocal teacher, he has collaborated with various ensembles, such as the Slovenian Philharmonic Choir, Chamber choir of the Ljubljana Conservatory of music and Academy of Music, Academic choir Tone Tomšič andf the University of Primorska Mixed Academic Choir

Tomaž Domicelj

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One of Slovenia’s seminal and most distinguished singer-songwriters, Domicelj has been an important part of the national music scene since the late 1970s. Many of his songs have spread among the people and become an integral part of Slovenia’s national heritage.

Tomaž Grom

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Tomaž Grom is a double bass player, electronic musician, composer, producer, educator and explorer. He has performed at festivals across Europe and North America, and has composed original music for numerous theatre productions, contemporary dance and puppet performances and movies. Grom is the founder and artistic director of Institute Sploh, an association dedicated to the production of music and performing arts, as well as education and publishing. As an improviser he often works with musicians Samo Kutin, Vid Drašler, Jošt Drašler, Irena Z. Tomažin, Andrej Fon, Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec, etc. and engages in occasional collaborations (Drago Ivanuša, Zlatko Kaučič, Michel Doneda, Jonas Kocher, Pascal Battus, Nate Wooley, Seijiro Murayama, Marc Ribot, Sonny Simmons, Doug Hammond, Axel Dörner, Eduardo Raon, Kaja Draksler...). He plays in the following groups: Tomažin / Grom, Samo Gromofon, Šalter Ensemble, Oholo! and Kaučič / Grom.