Miroslav Škoro (English transliteration: Miroslav Shkoro, born 29 July 1962 in Osijek) is a Croatian musician. He first emerged onto the Croatian music scene with his debut Ne dirajte mi ravnicu. He co-wrote this album along with Pennsylvania native, tamburitza master Jerry Grcevich. Ne dirajte mi ravnicu produced a song of the same name which would go on to be one of the most famous Croatian songs ever.

Škoro’s music is characterized by its traditional tamburitza sound, updated to appeal to a contemporary pop audience. In 2002 Škoro had a collaboration with Marko Perković Thompson on the song Reci, brate moj (“Tell me, my brother”). He is also the president of Croatia Records, the largest record company in the country.

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