Happy 15th birthday to BonaFideStudio

We have been here for you and the music since 1st of May 1999!

Recording studio with good faith

How it all started:
Deanna Vukovic Bogdanovic is the Director and founder of our BonaFideStudio and has been at the helm since its inception in 1997. After two years of fundraising, her dream finally came true on 1st May 1999 when BonaFideStudio opened its doors to the public.
Since then we have worked on thousands of projects, from fledgling teenage bands to Platinum-selling international artists and film soundtracks, offering some of the lowest recording and rehearsal rates in the business.

Why the lowest rates?
Because our aim is not primarily to make a profit but to nurture and support creative industries by providing the warm but professional environment for to suit even the emptiest of musicians pockets, and this remains true today:
We are here to maximise your individual talents within your means.

Today:
BonaFideStudio is family run and supported by volunteers who come to us from all over the world eager to learn valuable recording industry skills. Without our volunteers we would never be able to offer our exceptional value studio services or get involved with numerous local charities.

Our clients include The Klaxons, Patrick Wolf, Karen Poole, Grammy winner Ian Prince, The Noisettes, Bill Bruford (Yes), Stuck Mojo, Pete Doherty, Paul Abbot, BJ Cole, Carl Barat, Elastica, Charlie Simpson, Apollo 440, Dave Rowntree (Blur), Simon Callow, Guru Josh, Eddie Clark (Mothorhead and Fastway), Connan Mockasin, Bob Skeat (Wishbourne Ash), Jim Mullen to name but the few.

We hope to see YOU next.
As always we remain BonaFide….

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