lakiko

With a Master’s degree in composition from the University of Arts in Bern, Lakiko seeks to awaken buried parts of human consciousness through her music. Lana Kostic uses her cello and her magnificent voice to take us on a stroll through her soft and dark universe. She studies how brainwaves react to music and uses it to create her scores.

Disturbing, bewitching and repetitive, her music leaves no one indifferent. Drawing on sounds from her native Bosnia, the young musician leaves her listeners with a melancholy aftertaste, pleasant for some, disturbing for others. From England to Serbia via Switzerland, she travels all over Europe with her show that crosses the ages. A striking experience, mixing science and music that plunges us entirely into the world of this singular artist.


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