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News: Interview

Interview: Damjan Krajacic

Q: When did you start playing the flute? Did your family already know you had an interest in music? A: I was a bit late coming to the flute, at 19. My main instrument was electric bass, and I dabbled into classical guitar and piano a bit prior to that. Once I entered college, I was ...

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Article: Album Review

Tamara Obrovac: Ulika Revival

Read "Ulika Revival" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


In 1998 singer and songwriter Tamara Obrovac, from Istria in Croatia, released Ulika (CBS), an album dedicated to her grandmother. Ulika Revival revisits a dozen songs from that album, presenting new renditions informed by the 15 or 16 years that lie between the two releases. The revival is a great success, a masterly collection of strikingly ...

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Article: Live Review

Leonard Cohen at Arena Pula

Read "Leonard Cohen at Arena Pula" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Leonard CohenArena PulaPula, CroatiaAugust 2, 2013On a sweltering day, with temperatures rising high above in the red, Canadian singer Leonard Cohen performed with a skill, passion and hunger that ultimately rendered all those restrictive perceptions of age, time or genre utterly redundant. Performing on St. Elijah's day at a Roman amphitheater ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Luka Veselinovic

Read "Take Five With Luka Veselinovic" reviewed by Luka Veselinovic


Meet Luka Veselinovic:Luka Veselinovic was born in Rijeka, Croatia. His father was a guitarist and his grandmother, a piano teacher. He is a professional musician, bassist, and composer who has been in jazz music for the past 10 years. He began playing bass at 21, and soon after became a professional. Luka has attended ...

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Article: Album Review

Kristian Terzic: Kristian Terzic

Read "Kristian Terzic" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


In case the good word hasn't gotten out, Croatia boasts a nascent jazz scene. Keyboardist Kristian Terzic dispatches a prime example of that notion, performing with fellow countrymen on this sparkling rendezvous that skirts jazz-fusion and the Latin element. Other than his impressive technical faculties, Terzic shines as an impressive composer. Regardless of tempo or when ...

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Article: Book Review

The Rolling Stones - 50 Years

Read "The Rolling Stones - 50 Years" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


The Rolling Stones--50 godinaHrvoje Horvat and Darko Glavan226ISBN: 978-953-313-079-8Profil knjiga d.o.o.2012Taking into consideration the short lifespan of a rock band, the longevity of the Rolling Stones can be counted as a miracle in an almost biblical sense. The question also arises of how many ...


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