Institute for Bass Sciences

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Institute for Bass Sciences
Two adjacent bass clefs in black on a white background. The left clef is reflected about the vertical axis, giving the logo a rough cardioid shape.
Formation1996; 26 years ago (1996)

The Institute for Bass Sciences is an international scientific research institute dedicated to establishing, advancing, and deepening the science of bass singing.

The Institute for Bass Sciences recognizes all life forms that seek their intonation to the right of the bass clef as basses.


The IBS was founded in 1996 by the members of the bass section of the APZ Tone Tomšič choir.


The IBS watches over the World Bass Day celebrations, researches various bass-related phenomena (e.g. the Bass Phenomenon), organizes various Bass symposia and banquets, appoints the Bassadors of Bass sciences, manages the Great Bass Choir, and has inspired the creation of the Ode to Basses.

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