Muharem Serbezovski (May 2, 1950 in Skopje Yugoslavia) is a Macedonian folk singer and writer of Roma origin. He was born in Šuto Orizari, a municipality of Skopje. He graduated in Philosophy in Sarajevo and has written more than three hundred songs and poems. He also translated the Qur'an into Romani language in 2005.
Serbezovski has plans to translate the Old and New Testament, Hadith and some well-known literary works (War and Peace, Crime and Punishment and One Hundred Years of Solitude) into Romani. In the year of 1969, he left his home country Republic of Macedonia to study in Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received his B.A. in economics. Afterwards, he continued his education at Stanford when he went to law school and earned his LL.B. In the early 1980s Serzbezovski decides to takes his life in another direction, completely devoting himself to music, particularly Macedonican folk.
Nowadays, he spends his days not only singing but composing his own music which has brought him nothing but success throughout his mature age.Interview