Edvin Hadžić is a professional bass player, composer, producer and arranger from Sarajevo. With more than 200 songs recorded and published, he is the leader of the new Bosnian pro musicians generation. Born in Tuzla, he left his home town in 2001 to study English language in Austria, and that is where he became interested in jazz and classical music, and began to play double bass, which would later become his first instrument. In 2014 he came to Sarajevo for his great love for sevdah music, and proved himself as double bass player and back vocals singer on the scene there. In the following years he performed and recorded with Damir Imamović and Amira Medunjanin, the biggest stars of the new Sevdah movement. He is very active at the Sarajevo music scene as a standing member of the Sarajevo Jazz Guerilla band, and has been a part of the Sarajevo Jazz Fest for 14 years, performing every year with the most prominent international jazz musicians on the main stage of the festival, or as a part of the club programme. In 2010 and 2012 he was invited by BHT (Bosnian national TV station) to join their delegation to the Eurosong contest as a back vocalist, singing with Vukašin Brajić (Oslo, 2010) and Dino Merlin (Dusseldorf, 2011). Some of the artists he played with, or composed and arranged for, include Dino Merlin, Amira Medunjanin, Damir Imamović, Nguyen Le, Michael Schiefel, Stoyan Yankoulov, Marija Šestić, Letu Štuke, Zoster, Laka, Sarajevo Jazz Guerilla, Darko Rundek, Mostar Sevdah Reunion, Halka and Božo Vrećo, Nina Badrić, Lana Jurcevic, Hari Mata Hari, and many others.