Orhan Maslo
Mostar Rock School – project manager

Orhan “Oha” Maslo (1978) has been working in music industry for 17 years as musician, event producer and manager. As a percussionist he worked on projects with Brian Eno, Horace Andy, Prince Stanley, Duncan Sheik, Anthony Tidd, the Dutch Metropole Orchestra, Mostar Sevdah Reunion, Dubioza Kolektiv, Vasil Hadzimanov Band, Umoya Ensemble and many more.
He was the producer of a series of concerts for the European Commission marking the Day of Europe in Mostar, and the music director for Southeast Europe in the Bridge Eternal - NEO Balkan project for EXPO 2005 in AICHI, Japan.

He is one of the initiators of Mostar Rock School; manager of Recording Studio MC Pavarotti and one of the executive producers of Mostar Blues & Rock Festival.

Slađana Bem
Mostar Rock School - Office accountant & Outreach officer

Slađana Bem (1979) was born in Mostar. She is Language and Literature teacher, and has gained long year working experience in non-governmental organizations.

Nermina Ćorić
Mostar Rock School – Administrator

Nermina Ćorić (1983) has graduated in English Language and Literature and also has attended Media Journalism. She is involved in work of organizations that deals with youth issues, for many years now.


Đeno Mujić

Đeno Mujić (1971) has been working as a musician, producer, songwriter and arranger for over 25 years. He began his career in 1986, playing the bass guitar and drums in various underground bands in Mostar. He recorded his first album in 1988 as the drummer of legendary punk rock band Ženevski Dekret. In 1993 he moved to Stockholm, Sweden, where he continues to work. During his career, he contributed to over 40 studio albums. He is a co-owner of Frequency Productions Studio Stockholm, works as a freelance producer and teaches drums at the Mostar Rock School.

Nikola Galić
Bass guitar

Nikola Galić (1980) was showing an active interest for music since he was ten years old. He played guitar, bass guitar and drums. He is known as bass guitar player in Zoster band. He is also an organizer of West Herzegowina Fest for 15 years now.

Atilla Aksoj
Electric guitar

Atilla Aksoj (1972) is a multi-instrumentalist, but his main focus is the bass guitar.
He also works as a music producer, composer and sound engineer. He founded a music studio BARAKA in Mostar where he makes music for theater and works on variety of musical projects.
Atilla is a producer and guitar player in bands Zoster and Arkul.

Jelena Milušić

Jelena Milušić (1977), spent her childhood in Mostar, where she finished Primary music school, piano department in the class of professor Duško Štrekelj. She became known to a wider audience in the regional TV music competition OBN Supernova, in 2004 when she got into finals and won the award for best female vocal.
From 2007 to 2014 she built an international career with the bands: International Orchestre du Vetex, Mafiasko Taxi, Rumba Balkanika, and besides her performances in the EU, she has also presented herself to the audience in Argentina and Brazil.
In 2014, together with Atilla Aksoj she established Barimatango duo which released its debut in 2015.

Marin Bošnjak
Audio engineer/producer

Marin Bošnjak (1992) Educated at Music Production Academy (MPA), Zagreb 2015/2016 
Marin gained working experience at the Piece Of Cake studio during his studies in Zagreb and in the NLO studio.
After returning to Mostar he gains further experience in Recording Studio MC Pavarotti and Baraka studio.

Dario Vukoja
Drums - assistant

Dario Vukoja (1990) was born and lives in Mostar. He is in music since elementary school. As a drummer, he is a member of Rock school since its very beginning. He played with Pistolero and Birds of Beers bands with whom he also has performed at Mostar Blues & Rock Festival. He also plays in numerous bands and in the brass band.

Semin Merzic
Electric guitar – assistant

Semin Merzic (1993) was born in Steinfurt, Germany. He is graduate student of Musical Arts at University "Džemal Bijedic" in Mostar. He plays guitar and piano. He is a member of Floridus band, that also has recorded an album titled "Na vrhu svijeta". He works as an assistant in Mostar Rock School since 2016.

Jurica Šimunović
Electric guitar – assistant

Jurica Šimunović (1998) was born and lives in Mostar. He has been engaged in music since he was 10 years old. He has been musically educated by various teachers. He is in Mostar Rock School since 2016.

Ivan Zovko

Ivan Zovko (1995) started to play music since he was 15. His musical education began in GROOVE school after what he joined Mostar Rock School in 2015. He is a founder of ENT band with whom he works actively since 2014.

Marin Cecic

Marin Cecic, born in Split (1988) is a graduate music educator and theoretician. He plays piano, saxophone and writes arrangements. He is actively engaged in leadership of wind orchestra in which he is a leader and head of a youth school. He worked in „HNK Split“, coolaborated with many musicians throughout the region, and he is a member of „rockabilly-ska-punk“ Justin's Johnson band from Split.

Nedim Ćišić
Creative electronic production

Nedim Ćišić (1976) was born in Mostar. He is engaged in music and in various forms of art for last 20 years. He is one of the founders of Mostar art collective Alternativni Institut – sponsor of Kolaps, literary magazine– Vodič Za Urbane Spavače, one of the initiators and music editor of Mostar Intercultural Festival and one of the founders of Youth Cultural Centre Abrašević. In 2003, Nedim creates Vuneny, band/collective, which in 9 years of its existence, marked more than 800 shows in over 300 countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. Vuneny recorded three albums, several soundtracks, and few multimedia and experimental sound projects. After Vuneny split in 2012, Nedim starts solo project, Midi Brigade, cooperates with various musicians and composes music for theater plays.

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