Aida Šošić was born in Bugojno, a small city in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina. After finishing music school and high school, she moved to Sarajevo and went on to study dentistry. But it was music that remained the essential part of her life, even though the pragmatic reality of post-war Bosnia was destroying her chances of living this dream. Theatre became a refuge for her, and she explored it through various theatre performances in BiH and abroad, mixing her classical music knowledge with authentic Bosnian music and other influences. After exploring and working in different European countries, she settled in Romania, where she juggles her career in dentistry with theatre studies at the National University for Theatre and Film and her music career. She is a co-founder and soloist of Aida şi Noi, an eclectic Balkan-influenced funk-glam-discopsychedelic band, and an unlikely gathering of musicians from Chile, Cuba, Bulgaria, Bosnia, and Romania. Aside from this and other musical collaborations, Aida is now exploring soundscapes for theatre and, hopefully, film.