Téa Hodzic

The singer and guitarist Téa Hodzic was born in Sarajevo. Since living in the UK Téa has appeared on both television and radio and sang on the soundtrack for Channel 4’s award winning series, “Bloody Bosnia”. She also performed at international event “Acting for Sarajevo” at St James’ Church Piccadilly, alongside artists such as Vanessa Redgrave, Juliet Stevenson, Sir Ian McKellen, David Threlfall and others.

The Téa Hodzic trio recently released the album “Stay Awhile” on Dylan Fowler’s Taith record label.

Téa has been involved in creating and performing music for “When Lightening Breaks” at London’s Southwark Playhouse as well as a series of compositional and performance workshops including Bath Mozartfest’s Community Opera “The Mozart Bug”, and most recently workshop for BBC3 “World on Your Street” with Eliza Carthy.

Photo credit UNHCR/Ian Berry


Tea Hodzic at school
Photo credit UNHCR/Ian Berry