Cor Solis started in late 2004 e.v. as an internet-based musical collaboration between Goran Brkić (gregor93) and Milan Putnik. They made some songs together and worked on the project for about a year, however, due to professional obligations Milan couldn't devote his time to the project.
Cor Solis was put on ice until Ana Herman (lebensblume) joined, with some of her lyrics, her powerful voice and amazing energy she put in live performance. Shortly after, they started composing more, played a MuzikFantastique Autumn Equinox gig 2005 in the middle of a forest accompanied by Dražen (daredevillive)of Zagrob on accordion. This went extremely well, giving Cor Solis the motivation to move forward, as well as giving their listeners a first peek of Cor Solis live.
Many months passed and some more songs got written. Cor Solis played a gig in Ivanić Grad together with Zagrob and Smrt i Čekić, and received some more attention from radio promoters and magazines, both Croatian and foreign.
In late 2005 Cor Solis withdraws from publicity and creates in silence. In May 2006 Eleonora Bruk joined, an academic viola player of amazing talent. After a concert in Sisak, supporters react very well, especially online. Nora graduates and moves out of the city to pursue other interests, and the lack of motivation on Gregor and Ana's side is almost palpable at this time. They decide to have a break, the burdens of a daily life taking most of their time and energy.
After a long hiatus of the band being put on ice, in 2009 the flame dies. Cor Solis is no more. Goran states on numerous occasions he'll be doing music again, under a different name perhaps.
Where are they now?
Goran lives in Zagreb with his cat and works for a web portal.
Ana is on the move, enjoying the adventure of Life, devoting herself to painting and other Arts.
Eleonora lives in Rijeka with her husband and her dog, and plays in a tango / flamenco band called La Pasion Escondida.
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