Téa Hodzic (singer/songwriter) was born in Sarajevo , Bosnia where she trained in classical guitar and opera. She’s been in a popular singing partnership with her sister Mirella since the age of 10. Téa made regular appearances on National TV and Radio and was involved with numerous projects with the National Theatre in Sarajevo. As a result of her contribution to musical culture Téa was invited to sing for President Tito at specially convened reception at his private villa.
Since living in the UK Téa has appeared on both television and radio and with Mirella sang on the soundtrack for Channel 4’s award winning series, “Bloody Bosnia”. In 2000 she performed at the Gala Concert marking the 50th anniversary of United Nation High Commission for Refugees in Geneva, alongside artists such as Youssou N’Dour, Arja Sainonmaa and Geoffrey Oryema. Téa performed at the WOMAD festival in Reading and scooped excellent critics in The Times by Clive Davis, “…Her voice haunted me for the rest of the day….”