Macedonian guitarist/composer Vlatko Stefanovski began playing guitar when he was 11. As an adolescent studying English vocabulary and books, he produced Macedonia’s biggest rock and roll group, Leb I Sol. The music group fused rock and roll, jazz, and traditional Macedonian music, components that inspired most of Stefanovski’s music. He used the band through the entire ’70s and ’80s, while also seeking a solo profession. Beginning in the past due ’70s, Stefanovski started scoring cartoon features like 1979’s Cirkus, movies like 1985’s Smeker, and ballets such as for example 1989’s Zodiac. After Leb I Sol faded out in the past due ’80s, Stefanovski concentrated his initiatives on his single profession and on collaborating with various other artists and music artists. His single debut, Cowboys & Indians, premiered in 1994 and showcased his different, emotional guitar design. 1996’s Sarajevo benefited UNICEF’s finance for kids in want, and 1999’s mainly acoustic Krushevo was documented with Miroslav Tadic, a Macedonian-American guitarist. Stefanovski also takes on using the Balkan Impressions, a Balkan-jazz fusion, and is constantly on the rating film, theatre, and ballet productions, like the rating for Gipsy Magic, a 1997 film by Stole Popov that earned a Grand Prix in the Montpellier Film Event in France.