Krešimir Seletković (Slavonski Brod, 1974) graduated from the Music Academy in Zagreb, in the composition class of Professor Davorin Kempf. He attended master classes in Semmering (Austria), Radziejowice (Poland), Darmstadt (Germany), Szombathely (Hungary) and Grožnjan (Croatia). His compositions are performed in Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Russia, China, Austria, Canada and Netherlands. Seletković holds the position of Associate Professor at the Zagreb Music Academy, he is a member of the Croatian Composers' Society and from 2003 until 2012 the editor of arc croatica editions of the same Society. He won the Rector's Award of the Zagreb University (1999), Boris Papandopulo Award of the Croatian Composers' Society (2000), award for the best music in a children's play at the 19th SLUK (Puppet Theatre and Puppeteer Meeting) Osijek 2003, Stjepan Šulek Award (2004), as well as Josip Štolcer Slavenski Award (2009). His ballet Air, choreographed by Martino Müller, was declared the best ballet production in 2011 (Award of the Croatian Actors' Guild).