Singer-songwriter, poet and writer, artist... dancing among the stars. From endless travelling through space and beyond, she is very much influenced by the greatest poets of their eternal time as well as the sung stories of some musicians, and she combines poetry and music as two siblings. Various music experiences turn her to the soft genres of indie folk melodies, and lyrics become the stories about life, about love and about freedom - the common search in everybody's soul.

Born in Russia and raised in Slovenia, she writes in Slovenian, Russian (both mother tongues) and English, transforming the borders between them into new pathways of understanding and communication.

She began her music career as a singer in the project Allegro non troppo. After this she founded her own band Swarga, with whom she has released one album. She has performed in Slovenia, Croatia, Malta, Italy, Spain, Serbia, Czech republic, Austria and Russia, with the band Swarga she represented the European Capital of Culture 2012 in Belgium.

Following her path, she continues to create as a singer-songwriter in collaboration with different musicians.

"In songs that sometimes remind of Joni Mitchell's classics, or they resonate with Suzanne Vega or someone else of world fame, Sabina Vostner subtly articulates changes in nature, self-liberation, the necessary sincerity, connection of people and much more."

(Andraž Gombač: Primorske novice, 2020)

"A guy with a guitar is a cliché. The girl with the guitar, despite the fact that hundreds of women's voices and creative spirits have marked world music, still arouses some surprise... Sabina Vostner radiates special energy on the stage."

(Vesna Humar: Primorske novice, 2018)



New single: I Hope You're OK

Written together with irish singer-songwriter Keith McLoughlin (lyrics). 

Available in all music stores!

A song of unity and existence of deep connection between people. Universe has many colours, but only one is meant for us. 

The same colour as the same soul.  

Available in all music stores!

Allegro non Troppo: Per intervalla insaniae, album, 2006
Vokalna skupina Ruski talisman: Od Sibirije do Jadrana (От Сибири до Адриатики), album, 2018




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