Jadran began to explore baroque music during his studies at the Royal College of Music in London (where he studied guitar under Gary Ryan and lute under Jakob Lindberg). Apart from regular performances with the Norwegian ensemble Barokkanerne, his focus is primarily on solo and chamber music.
Recent chamber concerts with musicians such as Kinga Ujsászi, Amandine Beyer, Johannes Pramsohler and Giuliano Carmignola have taken him to halls such as the Mozart-Saal of the Konzerthaus Wien, Beethovenhaus Bonn, Auditorium du Louvre and Alpine rocks 2700m above sea-level for the Suoni delle Dolomiti. With Repicco he performs all over Europe. They released their first CD Assassini, Assassinati last year to excellent reviews. His distinctive basso-continuo style on the theorbo has been praised in Diapason amongst other publications for its richness, sensitivity and virtuosity. His first solo-CD of baroque lute sonatas - Weiss & Hasse - came out on Audax Records this Spring.
He graduated cum laude from the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Trossingen, Germany with a Masters in the lute and basso continuo under Prof. Rolf Lislevand.