DARKO KARAJIC graduated from the Academy of Music in Zagreb in the class of Prof. Istvan Remer. With his predilection for playing in chambre ensembles, as a member of ensembles “Musica Antiqua”, “Ars Nova”, “Renaissance”, and “Studio for Early Music”, he performed all over ex-Yugoslavia, at mojor music events and at many festivals: BEMUS, BELEF, NOMUS, Ohrid Summer Festival, Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Musical Soirées in Donat (Zadar), Varazdin Baroque Soirées, in Italy, Germany, France, Hungary, Spain, and Greece. He participated in various music projects, stylistically diverse, encompassing ethno, medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque as well as film music (a total of 11 discography issues). He also gave a series of concerts titled “Music for Two Lutes” in collaboration with his former pupil Andrej Jovanic. He participated in selecting compositions for lute for the curriculum for early music department in elementary and middle music schools. He is a professor of guitar at “Josip Slavenski” music school. In his class 14 students graduated, 10 of which continued their studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. His pupil Andrej Jovanic continued his studies in London. At various festivals and competitions pupils from the class of Darko Karajic won 46 prizes. He is cultivating beehives and is achieving notable results with them. He is a great expert in the process of plum brandy making and also the keeper of family tradition (his grandma was a well-known manufacturer of plum brandy).