Hanan Hadžajlić is flutist, composer, music analyst and transdisciplinary art researcher from Bosnia and Herzegovina / Slovenia. As flautist, she is mostly focused on interpretation of contemporary artistic music (acoustic and electroacoustic), as well as baroque music. As composer, she works in fields of “meccanical music” for acoustic instruments/ensembles, music theatre and real time electroacoustic composition. She is member of ensemble SONEMUS.
Hanan Hadžajlić (1991) was born in Slovenia, where she began her musical education at age four. She completed her undergraduate and master studies of Flute with prof. Sakib Lačević at the Music Academy Sarajevo (BIH). She is DMA candidate in the field of Flute with prof. Ljubiša Jovanović at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade (Serbia), as well as student of undergraduate study of Composition with prof. Ališer Sijarić, at the Music Academy Sarajevo. She participated in many masterclasses for Flute with teachers such as Eva Furrer, Boris Previšić, Felix Renggli. She has won numerous awards in international Flute and Composition competitions. She has performed in Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Italy, Germany, Israel, Switzerland, Ireland. Since 2012 she is member of ensemble SONEMUS and collaborated with ensembles AMAS, 2K+, Studio 6. She performed with conductors such as Yurg Wyttenbach, Robert Ames, Toshio Yanagisawa. Twice she performed as a soloist with the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra. She performed Jupiter for Flute&Live electronics by P. Manoury with composer, at festival Sarajevo Sonic Studio. She took part in composing seminars with Heiner Goebbels, Peter Ablinger, Vinko Globokar, Philippe Manoury. Her works have been performed in BIH, USA, Ireland, Denmark and Israel and her composition Freezing Moon was included in the book 21 Century Voice by Michael Edward Edgerton. She was scholar of Science Underground Academy 2016 where she created, in cooperation with programmer Viktorija Alilovic, a robot that physically reacts on flute signal. She is director and one of co-founders of INSAM (Institute for Contemporary Music and Art Practice).