One Song a Day Takes Mischief Away is the title of the cult of Zagreb film, and is also the motto behind every verse I’ve ever sang.
Singing through my grammar school education, I decided to devote myself more deeply to developing my voice during my studies at the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences. I attended the Rock Academy and worked on my solo singing under the guidance of Martina Klarić, where I developed my opera and modern singing techniques, to better understand and improve my own vocal abilities.
Since then I have performed several professional theatre musicals and sang as lead vocal in several bands and music videos.
Veselin Krstovski was born on June 25, 1986 in Virovitica, Croatia. His mother Snežana is a bakery owner and his father Atanas a clerk. He has a younger sister Biljana, and is of Macedonian descent. Veselin was brought up in a small village Končanica, Croatia where he attended primary school and showed interest for acting and singing. In the nearby town of Daruvar, he continued his education in grammar school where acting and singing soon became his full-time hobbies. Afterwards he applied to the Zagreb Faculty of Kinesiology. He quickly dropped out and continued his studies at the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences and acquired a degree in computing. In parallel, he attended a solo singing program at the Academy for Jazz and Popular Music. After several roles performed in State Theatres as a triple threat, his love for film and television made him pursue Acting for Film program (est. by Nancy Bishop) in the Prague Film School.