Editor: Jana Haluza
Duration: 25 min 8 sec
Listen to the recently discovered Baroque Franciscan chants from Varaždin sung by mezzo-soprano Nataša Antoniazzo, announcing her new album Cantus edition (Baroque Music of Northern Croatia).
About the show
The show presents new releases and vintage pieces from the archives of the Croatian Radio performed by popular classical music artists.
Radio show “Od portreta do portreta (Musical Portraits)” – Croatian Radio
Editor: Branko Magdić
Duration: 46:01 min
Interview with Nataša Antoniazzo mezzo-soprano – about recital at Concert Hall „ Vatroslav Lisinski Zagreb“ www.lisinski.hr
The main idea of this show is to give radio audience a comprehensive image of todays (mostly Croatian) composers and musicians through a series of stories told by the guests – and occasionally through interviews about their professional and private life.
Radio show “Život glazbe (The Life of Music)”, Croatian Radio
Author: Davor Schopf
Duration: 1 h 20 min
This talk & music show covers a wide range of musical topics. The 31 March broadcast looks into Goethe’s character Mignon as a recurrent theme in music. The Mignon Lieder are probably the most common musical interpretations of poems in the history of music.
Mignon’s Song “Kennst du das Land” has seen more than 30 composed versions alone. Mignon Lieder have been composed by Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Hugo Wolf, and Alban Berg.
This broadcast brings compositions performed by mezzo-soprano Nataša Antoniazzo and pianist Mia Elezović and reviews about recently published CD “Mignon”!
Radio show “Svijet glazbe (The World of Music)”, Croatian Radio
Editor: Jana Haluza
Duration: 2 h
“The World of Music” is a show that stages discussions, round tables, presentations, surveys, and live studio concerts broadcast by Croatian Radio Programme 3.
Announcing the 15 November concert at Concert Hall „ Vatroslav Lisinski“, Nataša Antoniazzo, mezzosoprano and Viktor Vidović on guitar will give us a taste of Spanish and Latin American classical music and talk about their work together.
Radio show “Putovi hrvatske glazbe (Croatian Musical Paths)”, Croatian Radio
Author/editor: Iva Lovrec Štefanović
Duration: 25 min 57 sec
Since 2000, this show has been presenting news about Croatian music and musicians, composers, and all involved in the current musical events in Croatia either in the live format of a talk show or a reportage. Some programmes are broadcast from outside the studio.
Nataša Antoniazzo was invited to talk about her solo concert presenting classical music -songs by Croatian composers to an audience in Madrid, Spain, and about the premiere of “Lux Aeterna” composed by Dalibor Bukvić.