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» Zoran Orlic world class music photographer: Live From Chicago!

The Croatian-born photographer relocated to Chicago at an early age and began photographing bands in college. As a young musician might, he took his mantra seriously: practice, practice, practice. It wasn't until he chanced upon the work of one of the greatest rock photographers of all time that lightning struck, and he realized what he wanted to do with his life. "I shot Jeff," Orlic says of his first photo shoot with Wilco's founder, Jeff Tweedy. "They liked it, and the rest is history. I just kind of never left." From the perspective of the bands and record labels for whom he works, Orlic's easygoing manner and ability to produce images efficiently and without getting in the way are equally as important as his artistic prowess.
» Tino Pattiera 1890-1966 distinguished Croatian tenor promoted by Franica Vidovic Krampus
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/4/2020 | Music , Education | Unrated
Tino Pattiera was born in 1890 and died 1966 in his beloved town of Cavtat. He was a world-renown opera singer. His voice was a heroic, dramatic and delightful tenor, with perfect diction and pronunciation for both the German and Italian opera opus. He was an irresistibly attractive figure on the stage and is remembered by his attractive voice and appearance. Among other accomplishments, he was a lead in The Saxony Kingdom Opera House in Dresden and guest soloist at The New York Metropolitan Opera. He was among the greatest Croatian singers in history. With this article we mark 130 years since the birth of Tino Pattiera in the town of Cavtat, near the city of Dubrovnik.
» CROWN podržava 8. listu Ruze Studer za XI. izbornu jedinicu
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 07/1/2020 | Politics , Education | Unrated
Ruža Studer je rođena u jednom malom ličkom selu. Godine 1978. dolazi s obitelji u Švicarsku, u grad Schaffhausen. Godine 2006. birana je za predsjednicu HKUD-a "Fala". Upoznaje probleme s kojima se susreće iseljeništvo i uviđa da je teško pronaći kvalitetne informacije na jednom mjestu. To je bio glavni motiv koji ju je ponukao pokrenuti mrežni portal https://moja-domovina.net/. Uz želju povezivanja Hrvata raseljenih na sve strane svijeta s domovinom, glavni cilj portala je na jednom mjestu ponuditi važne informacije iseljenicima i povratnicima. U XI. izbornoj jedinici birajmo listu br. 8. MOJA VOLJENA HRVATSKA - MVH.
» Ljubo Krasic 1938-2020 Croatian Franciscan founder of Croatian Schools of America and Canada
Krasić's contribution to the formative period of Croatian language instruction abroad was massive and aimed at promoting our language and culture in North America. He left his homeland with a broad educational background and worked in the frame of Catholic missions in the Croatian communities on the dissemination of our language and culture in the anglophone world, all whilst discharging his complex parish duties while resident in the USA and in Canada. He enriched his new home through the organisation of Croatian language instruction and the printing of textbooks, magazines and books. (Dr. Vinko Grubišić.)
» Zeljko Zuanovic Croatian priest and his wonderful world of sea shells
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/25/2020 | Science , Entertainment , Education | Unrated

Željko Zuanović is a Croatian catholic priest, with an interesting hobby: he collects see shells throughout the world. His collection of about 2500 shells is since 2017 exhibited in the town of Pirovac, not far from the island of Murter, between the cities of Zadar and Šibenik. We recommend you to pay a visit to his collection of shells. Surprisingly, rev. Zuanović was born in continental part of Croatia, and his other hobbies include diving, singing, cooking and writing poetry. He has published a wonderful book entitled The World of Shells.
» Yoko Nishii plays Sergei Rachmaninov
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/21/2020 | Music , Culture And Arts | Unrated
   
» 1141 years since the first international recognition of Croatia: 879 - 2020
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/21/2020 | History , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
The Croatian Prince Branimir, 9th century, made important steps in strengthening the relations with Rome. During the solemn divine service in St. Peter's church in Rome in 879, Pope John VIII gave his blessing to the prince and the whole Croatian people, about which he informed Branimir in his letters, the first one dated on May 21, 879. This was the first time that the Croatian state was officially recognized (at that time the international legitimacy was given by the Pope), which, as we see, happened more than eleven centuries ago! In his letter dated from 881 the Pope addressed Branimir as the "glorious prince".
» Franka Miriam Brueckler author of three math books published by Springer
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/6/2020 | Science , History , Entertainment , Education | Unrated
Franka Miriam Brueckler, employed at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Zagreb, has published already three mathematical books with Springer Verlag, all of them in German langague. The first two deal with the History of Mathematics, while the third one, which appeared in 2019, is dedicated to mathematical foundations of chrystallography (for both mathematicians and natural scientists): Mathematische Grundlagen der Kristallographie fuer Matthematiker und Naturwissenschaftler. The last book has 207 pp, accompanied with more than 100 drawings and several tables. Congratulations to the author for her fine work!
» Radojka Sverko singing Croatian National Anthem on the occasion of Statehood Day on May 30th, 2020
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/3/2020 | Music , Education | Unrated
Radojka Šverko, Croatian diva, was singing Croatian National Anthem during the celebration of the Statehood Day on May 30th, 2020. On 30 May 1990, the first modern multi-party Croatian Parliament convened, following the 1990 Croatian parliamentary election. Croatian Deit (Sabor) is one of the oldest in Europe. During many centuries the Croats had their bans (viceroys) and their assembly called Sabor (Deit). The oldest known Sabor was held in Split in 925 and in 928 (devoted more to religious than to secular questions), and in 1076 when Dmitar Zvonimir was elected the Croatian King by the "unanimous choice of the clergy and the people".
» Branka Beretovac opera primadona of Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 05/30/2020 | Music , Education | Unrated
Branka Beretovac, soprano, was primadona of Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb for 35 years. She graduated from the Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb. In 1967, she became a permanent soloist at the Opera Stadt Theater in German capital Bonn. Upon returning back to Croatia in 1969, she had successful opera appearances in Croatia and throughout Europe: Bonn, Geneve, Monte Carlo, Paris, Madrid, St. Petersburg, Kiev, Berlin, Salzburg, Brno, Vienna, Luxembourg, Frankfurt am Main, Solingen, Ulm, Budapest, Frieburg and elsewhere. She had a fruitful collaboration with distinguished Croatian conductor Lovro von Matačić.
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