Conductor and violist, was born in Pula in 1982 in the marriage of Dutch-Croatian parents. Since the age of 5, he has been living in Split and at the age of 8 he enrolled in violin class at the Josip Hatze School of Music. During his education, he won numerous awards at national competitions, some of which are the first state award in 2000 as a violist, and the first state award in the category of chamber ensembles in 2003. He has performed as a violist in Germany, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Hungary.
From 2000 to 2009 he was a permanent member of the Split Chamber Orchestra where, with the constant presence and inspiration of Mo. Pavle Despalj, was born a love for conducting. In 2013 he founded the "Camerata Split" orchestra. In addition to Split, they performed at Hvar Summer events and at Bol Summer. Certainly, the most important concert was the one at the convent of Our Lady of Health where "Great Mass in C minor" by W. A. Mozart was performed for the first time in Split.
In the same year, he produced the concert program at the 59th Split Summer Festival and was the director of the music program at the 60th Split Summer Festival.
In the 2013/2014 theater season he was the director of the Opera of the Croatian National Theater Split. During his tenure, the operas "Mephistophele" by A. Boit and "Aida" by G. Verdi were performed at the 60th Split Summer Festival with great success.
In 2014 he enrolled in conducting studies at the "Hogeschool voor de kunsten Codarts" (Rotterdam-Kingdom of the Netherlands), in the class of prof. Hans Leenders (St. Petersburg School of Conducting - I.Musin /V.Gergiev).
During his education in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, he attended training at Mo. Kenneth Montgomery (18th Century Orchestra), Mo. Etienne Siebens and Mo. Antony Hermus (Nederland Jeugd Orchestra).
He was a scholarship recipient of the Lovro and Llly Matačić Fund and the Het Kersjes Fund, a foundation for young conductors in the Netherlands.
He participated as an assistant to prof. Leenders to the Codarts Project – Codarts Symphony Orchestra Concert at Gergiev Festival in Rotterdam conducted by Mo. Valery Gergiev. In 2016, he completed his bachelor's degree in conducting with G. Puccini's opera debut "Suor Angelica", directed by Michal Znaniecki. In 2016 he enrolled in a master's degree program in the same class of prof. Leenders. Among the mentors was Mo. Yannick Nezet Seguin (Metropolitan Opera of New York). In the same year, he brought together graduates of the "Codarts Rotterdam" and "Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag" into the NOW Orchestra, and in the 2016/2017 season successfully directed two performances in Rotterdam - "Scheherazade" by R. Korsakov and "Bolero". After successfully completing his master's degree in 2018, he is given the opportunity to perform (masterclass) at the 30th Gergiev Festival in Rotterdam with the Master's training in front of the crowded De Doelen Hall as the best student of the generation.
In December 2020 Maestro Ivan Hut took up the role of Resident Conductor at the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra where he conducted more than 50concerts in three years.
His most notabale collaborations are with Sinfonia Rotterdam (Concertgebouw Amsterdam), the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra (2017 - Christmas Concert and 2018 -New Year's), the HRT Symphony Orchestra (concert in season 2020 - first concert in Lisinski hall after earthquake , 2021 - opening of festival in Zadar and recording works by Croatian composers), the Zadar (2017, 2019, 2020, and 2023) and Varaždin Chamber Orchestra 2017 2021 and 2023), Orchestra Sinfonica della Universidad del Guanajuato (2018 and 2022), Symphony orchestra of Slovenian national theatre Maribor(2023) and Symphony orchestra of Croatian national orchestra in Rijeka (2022)
In 2022 he was assistant of Placido Domingo for Verdi Requiem with HRT Symphony Orchestra in Zagreb, Mo. Ivan Repusic for Opera gala concert in Croatian National Theatre Zagreb and assistant to Mo. Srba Dinic for W.A.Mozart “Zauberflöte” in Croatian National Theatre Zagreb with last performance as debut.
In 2023 he had premiere of Mozart's Zauberflote in SNG Maribor (5 performances).
21.10 Dubrovnik Symphony orchestra (Sibelius violin concerto – Eva Šulić Brajčić and Schubert 8th Symphony)
26.10 Dubrovnik Symphony orchestra (C. Saint Saens cello concerto - Branimir Pustički)
7. 11- 9.11 - Dubrovnik symphony orchestra “Dalmatian cycle” (Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar with Croatian composers program)
15.11. - Dubrovnik symphony orchestra in Orebić (S. Prokofiev “Peter and wolf”)
20.11. - Mostar symphony orchestra (R. Shchedrin – Carmen suite)
28.11 - Choir of Croatian Radio and Television (Russian sacral music)
22.12, 29.12, 04.01, 08.01 and 09.01 Fledermaus in Croatian National Theatre Zagreb
18.01. Symphony orchestra of SNG Maribor (Shostakovich 5th)
10.04. and 11.04 Zauberflote in Croatian national theatre in Zagreb
17.04. Rijeka Symphony orchestra (Sibelius violin concerto - Katarina Kutnar and Sibelius 2nd Symphony)