Dalibor Banovic: Bio

Philomuse: Dalibor Dalibor Banovic (pronounced Ban-o-vich) was born in 1975 in Sombor, a city in the province of Vojvodina, Serbia. He grew up in Apatin, a small town on the left bank of the Danube. His natal chart expressly indicates two things: Art and Communication.

The colorful motifs and culture of Sombor and Apatin — the people, Apatin coast, marshes and forests — are an ongoing inspiration for his work.

His early media work began as an announcer and journalist for Radio Apatin and the newspaper Voice of the Commune. In 2002, he moved to Budva, a Montenegrin town on the Adriatic Sea, where he honed his skills as a TV presenter and reporter on a wide range of programs.

Throughout this work, Dalibor did not neglect the artistic side of his soul. Through poetry, short stories, songs, vocals and videos, he engages a growing audience around the world. To learn more about his life and times, please visit Dalibor's official website. Also see Facebook.

Dalibor moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2012 to focus on poetry, songwriting, vocals, music and videography. This led to a collaboration with Philomuse founder J S Kingfisher. Dalibor created several music videos for Kingfisher's 21-song From the Moon to the Earth album, including Tellurian Passage and Nosferatu.

Dalibor and Kingfisher are currently in the studio writing and producing a debut solo album, as yet untitled. The album is slated for release through Philomuse in 2016.


Music Video: Cekacu te (I will wait for you)

Music and Arrangement: J S Kingfisher. Written by Dalibor Banovic. Guitar: Tony Blöndal.
Cello: Stefanie Fife. Piano and Melodica: J S Kingfisher.

Video by Dalibor Banovic © 2016. All rights reserved.
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