Vito Primožič (born 1961, Kranj, Slovenia) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy - majoring in Architecture with prof. Niko Kralj (1989) while working already as an independent music-engraver durig his study years. After studies completed, in 1990 he opened independent office in the Republic of Austria (1990-6) for music engraving services (setting & editing music manuscripts for printing). During this time he was a collaborator for choral engraving with the publishing houses Bärenreiter-Verlag from Kassel, Schott-Verlag from Mainz, Carus-Verlag from Stuttgart (all Germany) and Doblinger-Verlag from Vienna. He has completed over 350 musuc engraving opuses (with prints outside Slovenia), including projects from scientific / scholary critical editions: Monumenta monodica Mediiaevi, Das Deutsche Kirchenlied, Das Erbe deutscher Musik, Heinrich Schütz Neue Gesamtausgabe, Hector Berlioz Gesamtausgabe, etc. He has also worked as a music engraver in Slovenia for clients of journals "Naši zbori" (Our Choirs) and "Cerveni glasbenik" (Church Musician). In 1993 he founded the music publishing label ASTRUM Music Publications, which is still active today.
He was a tenor singer in various choirs (Peko Tržič, AP Alojzij Mav Ljubljana (1981-82) and Consortium musicum Ljubljana (1982-97 and occasionally thereafter). He is also the founder of the Church Choir "Ignacij Hladnik" Tržič, and conducted this choir from 1979-2001. He organised tours to the USA, Canada and Australia, France, Austria and elsewhere. This choir is the first church choir in the Republic of Slovenia to record a CD in nineties, Holy Night (Presveta noč) (ASCD 9.001, 1994), and premiered many compositions in Slovenia (eg C. Saint Saëns: Christmas Oratorio, op. 12, works by Rathgeber, Zelenka, Gounod, AL Webber, Rutter, Klobučar, Byron J. Smith, Wilhousky, RV Williams, Orban, Pärt, Bardos, Willcocks, Kumar, Trošt, Vremšak and others). During & since the 1990s he broadened his music knowledge at seminars abroad (Europa Cantat, World Choral Symposium and ACDA).
From 1992-2004 he was a member of the cultural organisation's boards ZKI, ZKO, OI JSKD Tržič and a member of the International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM) (1996-1998). For his amateur activities he received the plaque of Vojteh Kurnik (1995) in his home municipality. In the years 1996-2000 he was the first president of the Slovensko Cecilijino društvo / Slovene Cecilia's Society (SCD) after it's renewed activities after 50 years of discontinuation, and since 1998 he is a member of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), USA.