Dusan Grubisic is a European tenor from Serbia. He started his vocal training at the age of 9– the same age at which he began playing piano and accordion, and competing in international children’s singing competitions. From creating a local pop-rock band to performing classical, opera, and musical theater singing, Dusan’s music projects have seen him perform in Rome, New York, Moscow, Belgrade, Cleveland, Chicago, Copenhagen, Ljubljana, and Sofia.
Dusan graduated from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and in 2017, he debuted a modern opera production, “Songs from Liquid Days” at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Music Performance at Carnegie Mellon University.
Dusan loves being around children, and he is thrilled to have the opportunity to teach them, inspire them, and to shape the next generation of musicians.