Slavko Avsenik Jr.

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Slavko Avsenik Jr. (Slovene: Slavko Avsenik mlajši) (April 9, 1958 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian composer and pianist. He is also the author of numerous children's songs. He is the son of the Slavko Avsenik.[1]

Slavko Avsenik Jr.
Background information
Born(1958-04-09)April 9, 1958
Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation(s)Composer, editor, arranger, songwriter, producer
Years active1981 – present


Avsenik graduated from the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz in jazz piano, in 1981, and film music composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston in 1985.

During and after college he worked as a composer, arranger and producer, first in Ljubljana, then KOCH International in Austria and as a music editor at Arioli BMG in Germany.

He creates film scores and produces music for film, TV, theater, multimedia, using a wide assortment of genres of pop music, and music for children.

Avsenik collaborates with industrial music group Laibach on their album Opus dei.


  • 1981 Award of the Austrian Ministry of Culture
  • 1993 Župančičeva Prix


  • Opus Films: Remington (1988)
  • The Wind in the Network (1990)
  • Heart Lady (1992)
  • Moran (1993)
  • A Tale of Awakening (1993)
  • Traveling Božidar Jakac (1994)
  • Dogged (1995)
  • Used Fresco (1995)
  • Felix (1996)
  • The Abyss (1998)
  • Socialization of a Bull (1998)
  • Faces of the Green River (1999)
  • Hop, Skip and Jump (2000)
  • In the Kingdom of Marmots (2004)


  • LOVRAČ, Fugitive, Bear With a Rose (A), Jeppe S Hill, Velden 200th
  • LET F. Prešeren
  • Lefend OF Kamniške Veronika
  • STORY Soldier R. MAISTRA, Hansel and Gretel, Cuore (A)


  • Šmentana muha [2]
  • Spanckaj glasba za dojencke [3]
  • Izdano na medijih [4]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Archived 2010-02-22 at the Wayback Machine#xpathid=124703#lang=slo
  2. ^ "Slavko Avsenik ml.: Šmentana muha - mimovrste=)". Archived from the original on 2009-01-07. Retrieved 2010-02-22.
  3. ^ "Slavko Avsenik ml.: Sladko spančkaj (Glasba za dojenčke) - mimovrste=)". Archived from the original on 2011-01-02. Retrieved 2010-02-22.
  4. ^ "Filmski sklad".