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Bole Boskovic

Bole Boskovic

Bole Boskovic


Miodrag Bole Boskovic was born on November 9, 1962 in Titograd. He has dealt with music since his early childhood. He worked as a music editor in Radio-Television Montenegro for ten years and then as the music editor-in-chief and technical director of the Podgorica Radio Antena M. After that he was director of the Montena production. During his stay in the UK, where he performed on different music stages in Manchester, London, Sheffield and Aston Read more on Last.fm
Miodrag Bole Boskovic was born on November 9, 1962 in Titograd. He has dealt with music since his early childhood. He worked as a music editor in Radio-Television Montenegro for ten years and then as the music editor-in-chief and technical director of the Podgorica Radio Antena M. After that he was director of the Montena production.

During his stay in the UK, where he performed on different music stages in Manchester, London, Sheffield and Aston, he also worked as a visitor music and film producer in RTV PICCADILLY 103, the biggest private RTV station, located in Manchester. Upon his return to Podgorica, he was the editor-in-chielf of RTV Elmag. Since he is an electrical engineer by profession, he participated in creating engineering documents, technical editing, opening and setting of the complete programme scheme of several radio and TV stations (Radio Montena, Radio Ozon, TV Montena, TV Elmag , TV Budva , Tv Sky Sat...). He is currently music editor in TV Montenegro.

He owns his personal studio A NIGHT ROSE OF MONTENEGRO, where all his pieces have been made. His hobby is creating, collecting and restoration of guitars. Independent music career of Bole Boskovic started in 1990 when he wrote the piece "Good Morning Montenegro". He is the author of the first album of instrumental music in Montenegro "A Night Rose of Montenegro" (1993-94), the first music documentary film on Montenegro "A Throne of Stone" (1996-97) and the first CD of instrumental music in Montenegro "The Night Rose of the Stone Throne" (1997-97). Between 1990 and 2007 ha published twelve independent projects: three albums, four films ("A Throne of Stone", "The Tsar of Heroes", "Music Cards of Montenegro" and "Lacus Labeatis"), four CDs of instrumental ambient music ("The Night Rose of the Stone Throne", "The Forest of Montenegrins", "Lacus Labeatis" and "Profile"), as well as two collective CDs ("Ocean" and "TOCG").

He is also the author of the first DVD in Montenegro with a symbolic title "View and Music without Words", which represents a specific review of Boskovic's work. He has participated in numerous TV festivals (Workshop Sarajevo, Prix Europe Berlin, Roterdam TV Festival, Manchester Art...). The music of Bole Boskovic, as well as his films, have been fully inspired by natural beauties of Montenegro and its history. Boskovic's films, which belong to the art lending style, 'landscape', have been shown on 27 national TV stations worldwide (Italy, France, UK, Russia, Israel, Germany, USA etc.) Bole Boskovic participated in establishing the first Rotary Club in Montenegro, RK Podgorica. He is president of the Board of Directors of Composers' Assiciation of Montenegro, a member of the Art Council and Selection Commission of the Music Festival Budva, founder, director and president of the Board of Directors of the International Festival of Traditional Music Groups Perast, member of the Board of Directors of Art Society Njegos, director of the NGO for presentation of environmental protection Objektiv...

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