Tagged with: Katarina Livljanić

Here are all our programs tagged with "Katarina Livljanić".

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A Millennium Easter

Program: #03-15, Air Date: 04/14/03

The first Millennium of Music program was Easter 1979, and the program began regular broadcasts Easter 1980 (it's ancestor, Musica Antiqua, began in 1975). We celebrate our birthday quietly, as always, and in the Middle Ages, with groups close to our heart: Schola Hungarica, Anonymous 4, and (of recent fame for the Croatian music), Dialogos.

Lombardy and the Barbarians

Program: #03-14, Air Date: 04/07/03

At their final concert at the 2002 Holland Festival of Early Music, the Ensemble Dialogos reinterpreted the earliest chant at the Benedictine home monastery of Monte Cassino--were "barbarians" Lombards, or indeed Byzantine traders who brought their own musical influences? [originally scheduled for March]

Vision of Tondal

Program: #03-01, Air Date: 01/06/03

At the 2002 Holland Fstival of Early Music, Katarina Livljanic and her Ensemble Dialogos recreated one of the most popular religious stories of the middle ages. The story of Tondal is of a man whose soul leaves his body, and was passed from Irish sources to a Dalmatian Benedictine monastery.

Judith

Program: #13-34, Air Date: 08/19/13

Our friend Katarina Livlianić continues her study of late medieval Croatian mystery plays with an amazing new film of the story of Judith.