The Austin Troubadours (AT) is an Austin-based group of instrumentalists and singers whose mission is to revive the beauty of musical masterpieces from Medieval and Renaissance Europe. AT was founded in 2008 by the award-winning lutenist and early music specialist Slobodan Vujisic. Mr. Vujisic has performed hundreds of concerts in Europe throughout the ’80s and ’90s including Berlin’s Schauspielhous, Theater St. Marten in Paris, and the Dubrovnik Festival. Seven musicians in Renaissance costumes with more than 30 authentic period instruments perform the music of Medieval and Renaissance Europe. The shows are high energy and unconventional, with performers that include members of the Austin Opera, University of Texas faculty, Fulbright Scholars, and winners of Austin Statesman’s Critics Choice Awards, funded in part by the City of Austin Cultural Commission. AT are proud to say that they have been approved for inclusion on the Texas Commission on the Arts Touring Roster since 2014. Program 1 – Introduction to Renaissance Music (6-7 musicians); Program 2 – Music of Shakespeare’s Theatre (6-7 musicians); Program 3 – Mediterranean Journey (Medieval music from Mediterranean countries, 6-7 musicians); Program 4 – Lute Song (Soprano and lute duets, 2-4 musicians). For more, please visit Photo by Maya Sokovic.

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Contact name

Slobodan Vujisic

Contact address

13276 Research Blvd #201 Austin TX 78750

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Public performance

$2500 – $6000

School performance

$1000 – $2000

Workshop fees

$1000 – $3000

Travel per diem lodging

$350 – $1500




Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Unplugged

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